AGN opens SA hydrogen facility

The Australian Gas Network (AGN), part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), has officially opened its $14.5 million hydrogen production facility, Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA). The company reported that is has commenced blending renewable hydrogen into part of its natural gas distraction network in Adelaide. At HyP SA, a proton exchange membrane (PEM) …
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ScoMo announces new gas deal with SA

The federal government has signed a $1.08 billion energy and emissions reduction deal with South Australia that will target an additional 50 petajoules (PJ) per annum by the end of 2023 and 80 PJ by 2030. As part of the agreement, the governments will pursue initiative that create additional dispatchable generation to help deliver affordable …
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SA road project to benefit resources industry

The South Australian Government has announced a $10 million investment to seal the first 50km of the 472km Strzelecki Track, beginning immediately north Lyndhurst. The project is set to be one of South Australia’s biggest regional road projects and will create at least 31 jobs during construction, commencing in the third quarter of the year. …
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