Colloquium

Keep up-to-date with your fellow FEnEx CRC participants by taking part in our monthly colloquium. The presentations will represent the interests of the CRC from across the programs; focussed on technical challenges/interests, project updates and market insights.

DatePresenterTitleVenue
25thNovember 2022Chad Wilson, SantosThe role of CCS in the energy transitionTeams
28thOctober 2022Johann Rinnhofer, Thyssenkrupp-NuceraLarge Scale Water Electrolysis- Green hydrogen technology for mega and gigawatt installationsTeams
23rdSeptember 2022Phil Grainger, INPEXDecarbonising Ichthys LNGTeams
26thAugust 2022Neil Thompson, ITM PowerTowards the Australian PEM Gigastack for Future Energy ExportsTeams
29thJuly 2022Eric May, FEnEx CRC CEOTechno-economic Assessment of a Closed Carbon Cycle Hydrogen Supply ChainTeams
8th & 9th June 2022Keynote, presentations, posters, 3MT competition, fugitive emissions workshop and networkingAnnual ConferenceTradewinds Hotel, Fremantle, WA
29thApril 2022Environmental Clean Technologies Limited - Ashley MooreLatrobe Valley Hydrogen Refinery Project-A Path to Zero EmissionTeams
25thMarch 2022Chevron - Scott RyanThe Gorgon Project - Carbon Capture and StorageTeams
25thFebruary 2022APPEA - Damian Dwyer and Sarah BrowneNatural Gas in a Cleaner Energy Future - Policy Development and Public SentimentTeams
19thNovember 2021Amish Metha, Cameron Newton & Ellen Tyquin, QUTThe emergence of future energy markets - next steps for researchTeams
22ndOctober 2021James Holbeach, Wood plc.Dynamic hydrogen holes - the known unknowns and their impactTeams
24thSeptember 2021Luke McElroy & Eric May, FEnEx CRCAustralia's helium opportunityTeams
27thAugust 2021Robert Catchpoole and Sarah Tincknell, Origin EnergyOrigin Green Ammonia – Bell Bay ProjectTeams
30thJuly 2021Rowan Hill, Mineral Resources LtdA mining perspectiveTeams
15thJune 2021Eric May, FEnEx CRCAustralia's hydrogen future - turning promise into realityPCEC Perth