Day Three

08:00
Welcome coffee

08:50
Opening remarks from the Chair

Attilio Pigneri
Chief Executive Officer
H2U, the Hydrogen Utility

09.10
National Hydrogen Roadmap

Alison Reeve
Taskforce Leader, National Hydrogen Strategy
Government of Australia

09:25
Global trends on hydrogen, sector applications and future technology development pathways

Daniel Roberts
Leader, Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform
CSIRO

09:40
The rise of hydrogen vehicles in Australia

Claire Johnson
Chief Executive Officer
Hydrogen Mobility Australia

09:55
Analysing ARENA’s hydrogen R&D investment portfolio

Matt Walden
Investment Director
ARENA

10:10
Devil’s advocate Q+A: What are the main reasons that a hydrogen industry could fail to take off?

Panel Moderator:

Attilio Pigneri
Chief Executive Officer
H2U, the Hydrogen Utility

Panellists:

Claire Johnson
Chief Executive Officer
Hydrogen Mobility Australia

Matt Walden
Director Business Development & Transactions
ARENA

Daniel Roberts
Leader, Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform
CSIRO

Alison Reeve
Taskforce Leader, National Hydrogen Strategy
Government of Australia

10:30
Morning tea break
11:00
EXPORT MARKET OPPORTUNITIES: SOUTH KOREA’S RISING HYDROGEN ECONOMY

There's a boom in hydrogen business and technology development in Korea. Hear from South Korea’s public natural gas company and the largest LNG-importing company in the world on the Korean Government's Roadmap for the Hydrogen Society and what opportunities it presents for Australia. The content will give insights on the R&D being undertaken for hydrogen technology, the development of hydrogen fuelling stations and how Australia can be a strategic partner in achieving a clean energy future.

Taekyong Song
Senior Research Engineer, Hydrogen Research Team
KOGAS 

11:20
DELIVERING AN ENDURING ENERGY LEGACY: HYDROGEN’S ROLE IN AUSTRALIA’S RESOURCE, ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE FUTURE

Sam Button
Director, Future Energy
Aurecon

11:40
PANEL: Lessons from the international hydrogen scene – what opportunities are there for industry acceleration and exports?

Hear from speakers on what lessons can be taken from other leading countries driving hydrogen progress and how these advances can be applied to the Australian industry to fast-track.

Panel Moderator:

David Norman
Chief Executive Officer
Future Fuels CRC

Speakers:

Murray  Lyster
Head of Hydrogen Solutions
Siemens

Alex Dronoff
General Manager LNG, Hydrogen, Ethylene
BOC, South Pacific

12:10
Networking lunch
13:00
Clean Energy Innovation Hub: ATCO’s plan for WA’s own hydrogen economy

Stevan Green 
President
ATCO Gas Network

13:15
Hydrogen Park SA: the first integrated hydrogen project in South Australia by AGIG

Vikram Singh
Lead Advisor Low Carbon Transformation
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group

13:30
The role of gas to meet Australia’s climate obligations

Dennis Van Puyvelde
Head of Gas
Energy Networks Australia

13:45
Realising Australia's domestic hydrogen energy potential

Greg Hannan
Gas Business Owner
AusNet Services

14:00
Panel Q+A: How does Australia achieve scalable hydrogen production that is economically sustainable and competitive?

Panel Moderator:

Attilio Pigneri
Chief Executive Officer
H2U, the Hydrogen Utility

Panellists:

Greg Hannan
Gas Business Owner
AusNet Services

Dennis Van Puyvelde
Head of Gas
Energy Networks Australia

Vikram Singh
Lead Advisor Low Carbon Transformation
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group

Stevan Green
President
ATCO Gas Network

14:15
Why hydrogen, why now: NSW perspective

Shaun Reardon
Executive General Manager, Customer and Markets
Jemena

Gabrielle Sycamore
General Manager, Gas Markets
Jemena

14:35
Labor’s Hydrogen Economy Plan

Pat Conroy MP
Shadow Assistant Minister for Climate Change & Energy, Shadow Assistant
Minister for Infrastructure

15:00
Afternoon break
15:30
From the age of gas, to the age of hydrogen

Shannon O'Rourke
General Manager, Hydrogen
Woodside Energy

15:50
PANEL: How can hydrogen help address the NEM’s trilemma?

Rosemary Sinclair
Chief Executive
Energy Users Australia

Dave Johnson
General Manager, Development and Construction
AGL

Michael Brear
Director
Melbourne Energy Institute

Sam Button
Director, Future Energy
Aurecon

16.50
Closing remarks from chair

Attilio Pigneri
Chief Executive Officer
H2U, the Hydrogen Utility

16:55
End of conference