Repurposing pipeline systems for hydrogen: Technical Webinar
Repurposing pipeline systems for hydrogen
If you're interested in the future of hydrogen pipelines, you won't want to miss our discussion of the hydrogen compatibility guideline for materials. This guideline has been specifically created for the Future Fuels CRC's Hydrogen Pipeline Code of Practice, and will give you valuable insights into what materials are best suited for hydrogen transportation.
But that's not all - we'll also be discussing some findings from a project that studied the feasibility of injecting hydrogen into distribution networks in Victoria and South Australia. You'll learn about the challenges and opportunities that come with this kind of project, and gain a deeper understanding of the potential impact of hydrogen on our energy landscape.
Margaret is a Mechanical / Project Engineer at GPA Engineering, and has experience in gender equality advocacy, elite athletics and public speaking.
She was recently awarded Young Professional Engineer of the Year for South Australia by Engineers Australia, and the Young Energy Professional Development Award by the Australian Institute for Energy (SA).
Margaret is reliable and capable, both as a leader and as an engineer. She has designed leading-edge medical technology and new oil and gas facilities, and performed studies for the emerging hydrogen industry.
Her advocacy work employs storytelling to create cultural change within engineering organisations. She has recently published research about the gender equality of the Australian pipeline and gas industry.
As an athlete, she represented Australia in 6 international competitions including the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
This webinar will be hosted on Zoom - to participate please ensure Zoom is available, either the downloaded, web or mobile version. A link will be shared with you after registration, please use that link to access the webinar.