The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)’s latest gas inquiry found that Australian manufacturers were mitigating the impacts of increased gas costs by implementing changes to their businesses. ACC chairman Rod Sims, in an exclusive interview with the ABC last week, linked increased gas prices to the gas industry misleading governments into approving massive gas … Continue reading Gas prices forcing manufacturers to change business processes
Gladstone has been selected as the location for The Hydrogen Utility’s (H2U) latest project, a multi-billion dollar chemical complex for industrial-scale production of green hydrogen and ammonia. “A project of this scale requires a large, accessible site, where complex industrial processing can occur,” Minister for State Development, Cameron Dick, said. “With green hydrogen and ammonia … Continue reading Gigawatt-scale hydrogen and ammonia plant to be built in Gladstone
Yara Pilbara Fertilisers has been awarded $995,000 for a feasibility study to explore the potential to produce renewable hydrogen at industrial scale at its liquid ammonia production facility in the Pilbara, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced. The renewable hydrogen produced at the $700 million liquid ammonia production facility will displace 30,000 tonnes … Continue reading Ammonia plant to produce renewable hydrogen
Orica has been fined more than half a million dollars for a series of chemical spills at its Kooragang Island and Port Botany facilities.
Orica has seen an ammonia spill at its Kooragang Island plant this morning after a leaking gasket was discovered.