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Carbon capture hub at Middle Arm nearly ready for imports

Plans to develop a carbon capture hub at Middle Arm that will accommodate CO2 from both local industry and ASEAN imports are progressing well, according to Director Howard Smith, who says the project is set to be self-financed within the next decade. Speaking to Informa ahead of NT Resources Week, Dr Smith said international government…

18 Aug 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities

Bradfield City Centre: Spearheading Smart, Sustainable Cities in Sydney

Western Sydney’s Bradfield City Centre is a $1 billion investment on the circular economy and a well-anticipated business and innovation hub set to open its gates in 2026. Bradfield City Centre is a modern marvel designed to redefine the future of city living. Plans for the brand-new city centre boast streets lined with trees and…

15 Aug 2023, by Kristen Gutierrez

Energy & Utilities

International consortium of partners to execute a commercial-size Liquid Hydrogen shipping project in Darwin

An informal association of Australian and Korean companies led by LATTICE Technology (Korea) are progressing a Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) shipping project in Darwin, with barge export/import terminals and a large-scale LH2 tanker, to export Australian Renewable H2 to Korea. The LH2 project is a commercial-size demonstration to “prove-up” the key technologies for safe and efficient…

15 Aug 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Energy & Utilities | Mining & Resources

How Kwinana is working towards its net zero future

VISIT KWINANA WEBSITE   With the likes of BP and Woodside Energy planning hydrogen hubs, the Kwinana Industrial Area of the Western Trade Coast is fast building a reputation as a hotspot for decarbonisation initiatives. But with plans to build a new port, Westport, now steaming ahead, what will this mean for the area’s carbon…

3 Aug 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities

Navigating the Green Hydrogen Economy: The Critical Need for Upskilling and Training

The role of green hydrogen in Australia's energy transition Green hydrogen has emerged a vital force in Australia’s growing appetite for a clean energy transition. According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, renewable hydrogen should supply between 7-24% of the world’s energy demands by 2050 if global warming is to be kept within 1.5°C. A key…

27 Jun 2023, by Kristen Gutierrez

Energy & Utilities

Building globally competitive tenders for transmission infrastructure projects

Building transmission infrastructure is one of Australia's greatest priorities as its makes headway with its decarbonisation agenda. It is also one of the greatest challenges, with heightened overseas competition and global shortages of skills and equipment to contend with. Ricardo Da Silva, Networks Business Development Manager at Iberdrola Australia believes several things are important in…

23 May 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities

Scaling Australia’s clean energy supply chain – what needs to happen?

As Australia makes headway with its clean energy transition, pressure is mounting for the country to expand its own manufacturing capabilities. Geopolitical tensions, allegations of modern slavery, and a shift in global energy dynamics have added further pressure, sparking concern that we rely too heavily on overseas supply chains. Simon Currie, Co-Founder of Energy Estate,…

15 May 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities | Mining & Resources

How could Australia help support the steel industry’s net zero future?

As the world’s largest producer of iron ore and a major contributor of its derivative, steel, Australia is facing immense pressure to support the steel industry’s net zero future. Currently, the steel value chain is accountable for around 7 percent of global emissions, with blast furnace production and the shipping of unprocessed ore feed largely…

24 Feb 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities

Unleashing the value of storage as a transmission asset

Renewable energy generation is rapidly increasing around the world, driven by competitive costs, eager capital and supportive governments. Many countries have ambitious targets, including Australia, which is aiming for 82 percent renewable generation by 2030 - up from around 29 percent in 2021. To ensure the grid remains reliable while these targets are met, many…

16 Jan 2023, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities

Addressing the impending energy storage undersupply

The Federal Government, through ARENA, has extended funding of $175 million to support 4.2GWh of energy storage across six projects, operational by 2025. Recently, Victoria also announced its intention to legislate 2.6 GW of energy storage capacity by 2030 and at least 6.3 GW by 2035. The target - which includes short, medium and deep…

12 Jan 2023, by Amy Sarcevic
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