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Hydrogen plays to Australia’s strengths

LNG project experience, proximity to Asian markets and renewable resources are in nation’s favour

Australia is moving fast on the clean hydrogen front. The state of New South Wales recently released its hydrogen strategy, while oil and gas firm Woodside has announced a green hydrogen hub in Perth. Six firms are also carrying out feasibility studies for a hydrogen project in Queensland. Hydrogen Economist interviewed Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, the author of a recent report titled Australia at the forefront of developing a huge hydrogen export industry, about developments in the country. Cornot-Gandolphe is a research associate with Cedigaz, the not-for-profit gas organisation based near Paris, and is president of SCG Consulting.  Fast out of the gate “Australia has a rapidly growing p

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