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CSIRO to revolutionise the hydrogen market

The CSIRO is working with BOC on a $3.4 million ammonia to hydrogen cracking and membrane purification project that aims to revolutionise the global supply chain for hydrogen.

IntelliGas and Mine Energy Solutions’ work on high density compressed natural gas (HDCNG) for heavy commercial vehicle applications has been acknowledged with the Gold Award at the 2015 SAE-A Mobility Engineering Excellence Awards.

The recent decision by Volkswagen to stop selling certain diesel vehicles in Australia, following on from the company’s emissions testing scandal, highlights the difficulties oil-based fuels face in cutting both climate change inducing carbon dioxide emissions and deadly toxic tailpipe emissions, according to the peak LPG body in Australia.

Gas Energy Australia has launched the a compressed natural gas (CNG) service station in Melbourne.

SA aims to increase use of gas for transport and heavy machinery

A South Australian Government working group will develop a framework for increased use of gas for various transport and heavy machinery, following its inaugural meeting in Adelaide in May.

New collaborative LPG study to revive manufacturing

Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas has commended the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC) and Gas Energy Australia for supporting a demand study to investigate a potentially new cutting edge LPG...

The tax burden on Australian gaseous fuels continues to exceed that promised for alternative transport fuels by the Federal Government, and is denying Australians myriad benefits from using these fuels, Gas Energy Australia CEO Mike Carmody has said.

Caltex Australia has stated it will not be pursuing plans to develop LNG for transport in the short-term.

Gas Energy Australia, Australia's peak gaseous fuels body, has called on the major parties to give gas a key role in combating climate change and improving the environment.

AGL unveils CNG fuel vision

AGL Energy will roll out compressed natural gas refuelling stations across the east coast of Australia, accelerating involvement in the alternative fuel market for transport vehicles in Australia.

Public and private collaborate for LNG future

Kleenheat Gas’ EVOL LNG and the Victorian Government have opened the first of five LNG refuelling stations for heavy vehicles in Wodonga, 300 km north-east of Melbourne, improving access to...

Governing gas – one on one with Martin Ferguson

Gas Today sat down with the Hon Martin Ferguson to discuss the Federal Government’s perspective on the issues which are shaping Australia’s gas industry. Katherine St Lawrence and Stephanie Clancy...

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