Queensland, Australia, is poised to make significant strides in the burgeoning hydrogen industry, with plans underway to introduce a standalone hydrogen act aimed at regulating new production and storage facilities.
GE Vernova’s Gas Power business has secured a significant order from CS Energy, a Queensland Government-owned energy company.
Fortescue Metals, led by Andrew Forrest, has manually produced its first “home-grown” hydrogen electrolysers at its Gladstone “gigafactory.” These 1MW PEM electrolysers, to be automated soon, mark a pivotal development for Fortescue’s participation in the Australian federal government’s $2 billion Hydrogen Head-start program.
ArcelorMittal to buy Pecém’s green hydrogen Erick Torres, CEO of ArcelorMittal, announced that the company will buy green hydrogen generated…
Australia’s ambitious Central Queensland hydrogen project (CQ-H2) has received a significant boost with A$35 million ($23 million) in government funding…
To build the Kogan Renewable Hydrogen Demonstration Plant close to Chinchilla in the Western Downs region, Queensland government-owned utility CS Energy has formalised its joint venture (JV) agreements with Senex, owned by South Korean steel giant Posco alongside Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Energy.
A significant financial infusion for a new Queensland hydrogen hub in Queensland will “The Prime Minister claims that this will create “thousands” of “well-paid employment” and move Australia closer to achieving its carbon emission reduction goals.
In an effort to move the HyNQ project along more quickly, CS Energy has approved plans to build a green hydrogen and ammonia production and export facility in North Queensland.
Four Australian ports could become hydrogen hubs The Queensland government of Australia determined that four ports in the state may…
Queensland has started the process of creating a green energy corridor in the state’s north after agreeing to a trade agreement for the export of hydrogen with three of the biggest corporations in Korea.