Clémence Carayol

Hydrogen plant

2H Resources progresses in WA

Buru Energy’s wholly owned hydrogen and helium business 2H Resources has been building a substantial portfolio of prospective acreage in South Australia (SA), and is now progressing activity in Western Australia (WA). Read More
Australia GHG

Australia joins global GHG group

Australia has joined an international working group to measure and verify greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across international gas supply chains. Read More
South Australia

SA votes landmark energy bill

South Australia’s Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Bill has passed both Houses of the South Australian Parliament. Read More
CSIRO Western Australia

WA carbon capture economic boom under net zero

Western Australia’s (WA) economy would enjoy a $55 billion boost by 2050 from rolling out carbon capture hubs, according to a new report by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Read More
Gold Hydrogen Ramsay

Ramsay 2 up to drill

Gold Hydrogen is currently mobilising contractors and company supervisors to the Ramsay 2 well site, with drilling operations to commence in the next 24 to 48 hours. Read More
carbon leakage consultation

Australia addresses carbon leakage

The federal government has opened public consultation on options to help address the risk of carbon leakage and protect the future of Australia’s heavy industries. Read More
Vali Odin on track

Vali and Odin back on track

Vintage Energy has announced that Vali and Odin are back online following scheduled shutdown for both wells. Read More
pure hydrogen

Pure Hydrogen invests in hydrogen hubs

The company won’t proceed with the land acquisition in Bracalba in Queensland, instead, it will develop the Moreton Bay Hydrogen Hub for Emerald Hydrogen manufacturing and distribution facilities. Read More
Melbourne hydrogen AGIG AGN

Melbourne ready for hydrogen

Australian Gas Networks (AGN), part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), just completed two decades of upgrades to its infrastructure, which means the city’s gas mains are hydrogen-ready. Read More