Participants Research Seminar 2023 – Sydney
July 27, 2023
We are holding our regular Sydney Research Seminar for all our participants on 27 July 2023. The seminar is held to coincide with the meeting of APGA’s Research and Standards Committee. It is open to all our participating organisations and universities to help share the latest developments in our research. The Seminar is a hybrid event, so you can register to attend in-person or via online webinar.
The seminar will be held in York Street, Sydney right in the CBD. We will send full event details to all registrants before the event.
If you register to attend online we will send you Zoom webinar details closer to the event date.
Update: The in-person event is very close to capacity, so please contact email@example.com if you would like to attend in Sydney.
You can register for webinar access to the event here:
As this event is only open to our participants please use your official email account when registering so we can identify you.
Our research presenters will be joined by industry proponents to introduce their work and participate in Q&A at the end of every presentation.
Agenda (All times Syd/Mel)
8:30am – Coffee and Refreshments
9:00am – Opening Session
- Update on Future Fuels CRC progress, David Norman CEO
- Emerging Fuels Symposium Update, report on global developments from the latest US/European technical knowledge sharing event, Doug Proud and Tariq Uddin
- Hydrogen Pipeline Code of Practice RP3.2-10, Josh Wickham, GPA
10:30am – Refreshment Break
11:00am – Research Program 3 – Network Lifecycle Management
- Introduction to Research Program 3, Doug Proud
- SAFE(TI) Lab – Work to Date and Next Steps, Bradley Davis and Cheng Lu, University of Wollongong
- Parmelia Pipeline Conversion: Materials Testing Results and Lessons Learnt, Bradley Davis and Cheng Lu, University of Wollongong
- Hydrogen Embrittlement Testing, Jeffrey Venezuela, University of Queensland
12:30pm – Lunch Break
1:30pm – Research Program 1 – Future Fuel Technologies, Systems And Markets
- Introduction to Research Program 1, Martha Le
- Biomethane Injection into the Gas Network RP1.4-07, Mohsen Talei, University of Melbourne
- Integrated planning of electricity and hydrogen transport systems RP1.1-02, Sleiman Mhanna, University of Melbourne
2:30pm – Refreshment Break
3:00pm – Research Program 2 – Social Acceptance, Public Safety & Security Of Supply
- Introduction to Research Program 2, Stephen McGrail
- Understanding the implications of a Renewable Gas Target, RP2.2-04 Jim Hancock, University of Adelaide
4:00pm – Event close