RP2.1-04 Developing appropriate protocols for naming future fuels
This project involved the systematic collection of actual and proposed names for current and future fuels along with interviews with industry stakeholders. The project team reviewed Australian regulation on product naming conventions to crystallise any limits which might exist or emerge towards naming singular and blended products for domestic use and commercial export.
The final project report provides inputs into potential naming strategies and decision-making around the names of new fuel products. It contains:
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|Commencement / End Date||November 2019 to July 2020|
|Outcomes / Impact||
This research project provided the gas sector with information on naming trends and regulatory, media and stakeholder insights relevant to choosing a way forward for defining and naming future fuels. The considerations it identified and its analysis of fuel names in use around the world, especially for hydrogen, can be used when identifying appropriate naming protocols.
|Partners||RMIT University, ENA, AGIG, Jemena, Evo Energy|
Dr Stephen McGrail
Research and Education Program Coordinator