CEDIGAZ, the International Centre for Information on Natural Gas, based in Paris, has launched a new service dedicated to the rising role of renewable gas and publishes regular reports on developments in hydrogen, biomethane and CCUS around the world. CEDIGAZ has also developed databases on key projects.


For this first event, the rising role of hydrogen in the energy transition and the emergence of international supply chains will be debated, with a focus on the growing pipeline of hydrogen projects around the world and the specific role of Australia as a frontrunner in building international supply chains.

Australia has big hydrogen opportunity


Australia is emerging as a key player in the global hydrogen supply chain, taking the lead, together with Europe, on renewable hydrogen developments around the globe.
The Australian government released the National Hydrogen Strategy in November 2019 and has continued to outline its support for hydrogen through the First Low-Emissions Technology Statement, released in September 2020. The government has stated its commitment to reducing Australia’s emissions through technology investment, rather than through carbon pricing, with the Technology Investment Roadmap a core element of its long-term emissions reduction strategy.

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