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Welcome to the "Positioning Hydrogen – 2022" Conference

Hydrogen is transforming the global energy environment, with global production of hydrogen expected to more than double by 2030 as a result of international public and private sector engagements. The challenge is to develop the value proposition, producer, and financial management, distribute, and more importantly, scale low-carbon hydrogen production in time to reduce carbon emissions.

Positioning Hydrogen 2022 will bring together key industry stakeholders from all corners of the Hydrogen industry to give you an insight into the latest regulations impacting on global transition in energy trends & the required economical and infrastructure innovations for a sustainable energy carrier.

The opportunity to capitalize on hydrogen's potential contribution to a sustainable energy system has turned up. At the time of the announcement of the IEA's landmark report, The Future of Hydrogen for the G20 in 2019, only France, Japan, and Korea had hydrogen-use strategies. Today, 17 government agencies have announced hydrogen strategies, more than 20 governments have consistently announced that they are developing strategies, and numerous firms are seeking to shine a spotlight on hydrogen investment opportunities.

  • Australia: Advanced towards a leading global hydrogen player
  • Accessing global hydrogen policies, regulations and investment opportunities
  • Australia to Japan liquid hydrogen overseas export – Hurdles of sailing into the future
  • Hydrogen fleet market: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Hydrogen finance, investments and incentives
  • Renewable energy for green fuel
  • Bridging a gap between australian energy exporters and global energy off-takers
  • Sustainable zero emission mobility
  • Advanced fuel cell technologies
  • Stationary applications of hydrogen
  • Heavy industry decarbonisation, sustainability and certification
  • Real time applications of advanced technology in the emerging new hydrogen market
  • Hydrogen storage technologies
  • Hydrogen supply chain infrastructure
  • Hydrogen refueling infrastructure
  • Hydrogen value chain player’s alliance


  • Project safety, risk and regulations
  • Impact of gas price rise on project execution and economics
  • Ammonia: The inevitable fuel for future
  • Water resource management and supply infrastructure
  • Carbon capture and CO2 utilization
  • The electrolysis market: Technological updates of electrolyzers
  • Advanced hydrogen regulator materials, control systems and tools
  • Green maritime corridors: A driving force behind the transition to green shipping fuels

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 Attend 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 Function

  • Executive and mid-level management
  • Government affairs and advocacy
  • Project management
  • Technical services
  • Supply chain
  • Manufacturing
  • Application
  • 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 developers of gigantic initiatives aiming for $2.00 or less hydrogen and learn from them.
  • Demands for infrastructure: Massive capital investments will be required for hydrogen storage and mass transportation over land and sea. Gas pipeline technicians have taken the required steps to demonstrate that blending is entirely achievable, 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 Conference Agenda


DAY – 1

Conference Agenda
21st, November, 2022

DAY – 2

Conference Agenda
22nd, November, 2022

DAY – 3

Conference Agenda
23rd, November, 2022

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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SUBMIT PAPERS

Submit Your Abstract

Kindly fill the below form to submit your abstract for the summit. You can also send your abstract to the conference secretary via email at chandu.kmp@hydrogenconferenceaustralia.com with the subject line Positioning Hydrogen-2022 Abstract.