RP3.1-01: Review of future fuels transport and storage technologies
This project reviewed the future fuels transport and storage technologies and performed a knowledge gap analysis for fracture control of hydrogen pipelines.The project reviewd the industry standards, past and on-going RD&D projects regarding the compatibility of future fuels with metallic components of both pipeline transmission and distribution networks.
The project assists researchers and industry to identify typical scenarios relevant to “Australian conditions” for using existing natural gas pipelines to transport hydrogen-natural gas blends. This state of the art review is a critical step to assess technological gaps and opportunities for Future Fuels research.
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|Commencement / End Date||February 2019 to April 2020|
|Outcomes / Impact||
This project generated following information for industry:
|Partners||University of Wollongong, Deakin University, GPA Engineering, Jemena, APA Group, OSD and independent advisors.|
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