Hydrogen Society of Australia presents
Developing Hydrogen Projects under Current Australian Law
Overview of Australia’s Hydrogen Legal regime. Influence of the current legal regulatory models on future regulation of hydrogen projects.
About this event
The global shift towards clean energy has driven State and Federal Government efforts to develop the hydrogen industry in Australia. With the Australian regulatory framework for developing hydrogen projects still in its relative infancy, this webinar provides on overview of the current status of the Australian hydrogen legal regime and the latest developments within this space. The webinar will also examine how legal regulatory models developed by other countries and well-established Australian energy industry regimes may influence future regulation of hydrogen project development.
In addition the webinar will look to addresses the legal challenges the hydrogen industry will need to navigate in order to advance projects and realise Australia’s hydrogen resource potential. Particularly, focus will be on the legal risks associated with:
- securing project financing;
- State and Federal Government fiscal regimes;
- compliance with competition and foreign investment regulations and policies; and
- infrastructure access and construction.
About the speakers
Paul Shillington is a transactional and projects lawyer with more than 20 years of experience in energy and infrastructure. Paul has worked for and advised developers, contractors and investors on energy-focussed projects in the Middle East, West Africa and the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in the LNG space. Paul is an active presenter to clients on the emerging hydrogen industry, recognising its growing importance as a low-carbon energy source for the Asia Pacific region and as a major export opportunity for Australia.
Michael Brady brings a wealth of experience and a pragmatic, client focussed approach to the ambit of issues that arise in the areas of energy and resources, corporate and securities law. Michael is recognised for his knowledge in the natural resources, oil and gas, mining, construction and commodities sectors. Michael has a growing profile within the hydrogen space and is actively advising clients on various aspects of hydrogen projects. Michael is a member of the board of the Hydrogen Society of Australia and also sits on the HSA steering committee.
Ticket prices and membership value
HSA members participate in online and venue events free of charge. We aim to run a minimum of three events per year with a General Admission of $20-$30.
The Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) is preparing a series of educational and informational webinars to explain the technical and commercial fundamentals underlying the role of hydrogen as a clean fuel and energy storage solution.
8 July 2021
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