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Key Speakers

Jeremy Stone
Jeremy Stone

Non-Executive Director & Advisor, J-Power, Latrobe, Valley, Australia.

Yuko Fukuma
Yuko Fukuma

SSO, Hydrogen Project Deve. Center, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan.

Geoffrey Drucker
Geoffrey Drucker

Managing Director, Countrywide Renewable Hydrogen Ltd., Australia.

Grace Quan
Grace Quan

President & CEO Hydrogen In Motion, Inc. (H2M)
Canada.

Bernardene Smith
Bernardene Smith

Associate Director,
KPMG,
Australia


Vinod Patel
Vinod Patel

Downstream Director InterContinental Energy (ICE), Australia.

Sausan Al-Riyami
Sausan Al-Riyami

Director
Oman Hydrogen Centre(OHC)
Oman.

Winnie Huynh
Winnie Huynh

CEO & Founder
The Green Hydrogen Group
Vietnam.

Bill Tabourlos
Bill Tabourlos

AGA’s Managing Director
and CEO,
Australia

Paul Hodgson
Paul Hodgson

Interim CEO, Scaling Green Hydrogen Cooperative Research Centre, Australia.


Diane Hinson
Diane Hinson

Hydrogen Transformation
Partner, Advisian,
Australia.

Craig Ehrke
Craig Ehrke

CEO
Skai Energies Pty Ltd.,
Australia.

Hossein Khalilpasha
Hossein Khalilpasha

Principal Engineer - Asset Advisory Team Lead, Advisian, Australia.

Adam-Osseiran
Adam Osseiran

President,
Hydrogen society of Australia (HSA), Australia

Sankar Bhattacharya
Sankar Bhattacharya

Professor and Interim Head, Monash University,
Australia

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Welcome to "Positioning Hydrogen – 2022" In Melbourne, Australia.

  • Australia: Advancing towards a leading global hydrogen player
  • Hydrogen finance, investment and incentives
  • Green hydrogen and ammonia production
  • Australia to Japan liquid hydrogen overseas export- Hurdles of sailing in to the future
  • Victorian renewable hydrogen production and supply hub
  • Hydrogen refueling infrastructure
  • Hydrogen refueling infrastructure


  • Renewable hydrogen project challenges
  • Hydrogen supply chain infrastructure
  • Hydrogen Storage Technologies
  • Safety, risk and emergency management in the Hydrogen industry
  • Real-time application of advanced technology in the emerging new hydrogen market
  • Stationary applications of hydrogen
  • Hydrogen control and safety management systems

  • Hydrogen skills development and area of practice
  • Power to green hydrogen mallorca: A case study - keys to a successful green hydrogen development
  • The challenge of constructing hydrogen network in australia
  • Hydrogen as alternative economy for sultanate of Oman






What to Expect from Positioning Hydrogen Conference

Principles of the “COAG” for growing industries

  • Collaboration: Entails matching national and international legislation while taking into account the broader regulatory ecosystem. Governments should share their resources in order to establish standard frameworks.
  • Strategic objectives: Adopting a systems-level approach to regulation, with an emphasis on results and performance, governments should ensure that regulations are consistent with planned goals.
  • Flexibility: Recognizing that regulatory frameworks may need to be adjusted on a regular basis as the industry evolves. Governments should take an adaptive, iterative approach, employing standards, codes of conduct, and other tools to allow for flexibility.
  • Innovation: Promoting creativity and testing new ideas through formats such as regulatory sandboxes and accelerators. Governments should be open to novel approaches to frameworks that are suited for a developing industry.

Collaboration

Flexibility

Strategic objectives

Innovation

Who will you meet at Positioning Hydrogen Conference

Industry

  • Component manufacturers and end users
  • Domestic hydrogen infrastructure providers
  • Electrolyser manufacturers
  • Energy producers
  • Engineering, Procurement and Construction companies
  • Financial stakeholders and investors
  • Fuel cell companies
  • Oil/Gas companies
  • Government officials
  • Hydrogen refuelling infrastructure developers
  • Hydrogen suppliers
  • Mobility OEMs
  • Off-takers
  • Societies and associations
  • Sustainability and mobility technology providers
  • Utilities / IPPs

Job Role

  • C level executives
  • Precedents and vice presidents
  • Founders and co-founders
  • Directors, managing director and non-executive directors
  • Advisors
  • Hydrogen transformation partners
  • Principal engineer, asset advisory, team lead
  • Executive and mid-level management
  • Government affairs and advocacy
  • Project management
  • Technical services
  • Supply chain
  • Manufacturing
  • Risk management
  • Customer engagement
  • Marketing and sales
  • Product communications
  • Academia

Themes Defining Positioning Hydrogen Conference

  • The global hydrogen potential and leadership: With the plunging cost of renewables, the potential for green hydrogen is enormous. To establish a hydrogen economy, representatives in policy, investment, energy, and industry must work together to take advantage of the opportunity and incorporate the global energy environment.
  • Net zero-emission objectives: Due to the constraints of electrification, sky rocketing oil price, is it the hydrogen is the future fuel? What are the objectives to achieve the hydrogen demand and what off-takers methods or subsidy assistance are required to boost demand? Hear from industrial off takers in metallurgy, manufacturing, industrial applications, shipping, aerospace, and automobiles about their approach to the hydrogen economy and how it fits into their massive net zero objectives.
  • Projects and production: Like any other product, green and low-carbon hydrogen are priced competitively. Although worldwide electrolyzer capacity benchmarks have been established, how will companies ramp up production to achieve these targets and support net-zero goals? Meet the leading innovators and leaders of gigantic initiatives aiming for $2 or less hydrogen and learn from them.
  • Infrastructure: Massive capital investments are required for hydrogen storage and mass transportation over land and sea. Gas pipeline leads have demonstrated that hydrogen blending with natural gas is fully viable, while hubs, port facilities, and clusters have cropped up around the world to highlight the benefits of hydrogen being consumed near where it is produced. Learn about the foremost obstacles to establishing hydrogen-ready infrastructure and how to tackle them.
  • Funding for the hydrogen economy: The Energy transitions commission estimated that between now and 2050, $15 trillion would be needed to support hydrogen economy. Despite the current buzz surrounding green and blue hydrogen, only a few project financing deals have been completed. Learn how the hydrogen economy can take advantage of the current wave of green financing, as well as the off-take agreement models that will make projects marketable.

Positioning Hydrogen Testimonials

Hydrogen Market Reports

Australian hydrogen market

The Low Emissions Technology Statement established the target of hydrogen production at less than $2 per kilogramme (H2 under $2)
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Promoting hydrogen production and utilization

Australia has been engaged in multinational and regional organisations dealing with hydrogen-related concern
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Global hydrogen market

Hydrogen use is expected to increase to 500-800 million tonnes per year by mid-century, accounting for 15-20% of total final global energy demand, rising from 115 million tonnes presently
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