The FEnEx CRC has two core and two cross-cutting research programs; Efficient LNG Value Chains (Core), Hydrogen Export and Value Chains (Core), Digital Technologies and Interoperability Operability (Cross-Cutting) and Market and Sector Development (Cross-Cutting). The projects on this page provide an overview of the project, the partners and the duration of the study. The CRC is always looking for interesting opportunities within its scope to explore topics of speciﬁc interest to organisations in the energy sector. Please contact Professor Eric May, CEO to discuss your interests.
Program 3: Digital Twin Feasibility Study (20.RP3.0042)
Working with Enterprise Transformation Partners, UWA and Curtin University, this consortium will be exploring flexible, low-cost software solutions for digital twins that permit the accurate simulation of operational behaviour throughout LNG and hydrogen plants. The impact of identifying such flexible low-cost solutions includes the attainment of several efficiencies including real-time optimisation to minimise power consumption…More Info
Program 4: Developing a Digital Competencies Framework (20.RP4.0041)
The success of integrated data systems across the LNG and hydrogen sectors will hinge on the ability of the workforce to use digital technologies effectively. Understanding the proficiency of the workforce across data engineering, data science, wireless and networks required for the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, automation and robotics, and cyber security systems…More Info
Program 4: Net Zero Australia (20.RP4.0052)
A two-year collaboration has begun to analyse how Australia can achieve a net zero economy by 2050. The Net Zero Australia (NZAu) project is a collaborative partnership between the University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland, Princeton University and management consultancy Nous Group. It is based on Princeton University’s Net-Zero America study, which has attracted…More Info