A whole day of the Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2019 (ADGO) will focus on the development of hydrogen.
ADGO is a four-day event commencing on Monday 4 March with in-depth learning sessions, followed by two days of conference sessions.
The last day of the event, Thursday 7 March, will be entirely focused on the emergence of hydrogen as a sustainable fuel, bringing together leading experts and gas companies to discuss how pipeline infrastructure, storage and other assets can be used in the emerging hydrogen economy.
Speakers on the day will include Energy Networks Australia Head of Gas Dennis Van Puyvelde, Future Fuels Cooperative Research Centre CEO David Norman and Hydrogen Mobility Australia CEO Clair Johnson.
Proceedings will tap into a growing opportunity for major research and innovation institutions, such as the CSIRO and Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel, in looking at the potential of a hydrogen industry in the country.
Click here to view the full day’s agenda.
For more information visit the ADGO website.
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