Australian Institute o f Energy

Leadership in Energy

AIE SA - Driving the Decarbonisation of Gas in Australia

Venue: Finlaysons: Level 12, 81 Flinders Street, Adelaide South Australia 5000

Date: Thu 31 May 2018 @ 5:30pm to 8:00pm


The hydrogen industry is receiving unprecedented levels of interest driven by its ability to decarbonise gas, electricity and transport whilst maintaining a stable and secure supply. Australia is well positioned to maximise the benefits of hydrogen, however industry, government and researchers must come together to ensure we maximise the likely substantial benefits from the development of a hydrogen economy.

Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), is one of Australia’s largest gas infrastructure businesses. AGIG is working with stakeholders to drive the development of a hydrogen industry in Australia, particularly with its recently announced Hydrogen Park South Australia (HyP SA) project.

Craig de Laine, General Manager People and Strategy at AGIG will provide an overview of the HyP SA project as well as comment on the broader benefits of a hydrogen economy and the pathway to growing this industry. Craig is responsible for managing people and culture, corporate strategy, which includes setting and implementing the long-term vision for natural gas distribution networks, stakeholder relations, internal audit and risk and regulatory management. Craig has around 17 years of industry experience, including roles at the Essential Services Commission of South Australia and the Productivity Commission.

TIME:       5.30pm to 8.00pm, Thursday 31 May 2018

VENUE:   Finlaysons, Level 12, 81 Flinders Street, Adelaide South Australia 5000

COST:      Members $35 | Non-Members $50 (includes drinks and light refreshment). All pricing incl. GST

RSVP:      5pm Wednesday 30 May 2018 at or by calling 1800 629 945.

To avoid disappointment, please book early as numbers are limited.

Payments cannot be accepted on the day. Non-attending registrants will not be refunded.

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