Meet our distinguished Japanese delegation at Hydrogen Connect 2022

Japanese investment commitment to the Australian hydrogen economy is prolific and plentiful

Hydrogen Connect 2022 will feature key Japanese companies looking to forge relationships, and partner with Australia to meet their clear zero emission targets.

Sumitomo is championing and investing in the hydrogen ecosystem in Gladstone.

Meet Ko Watanabe, Head of Business Development; Hydrogen Sumitomo Corporation, who will share Sumitomo’s plans to commence production in 2023, along with their future requirements, yet to be fulfilled.

Find out more by viewing the program Thursday 8th September, 1555-1640

Meet Queensland’s hydrogen envoy in Japan

Professor Masakazu Sugiyama, University of Tokyo, is renowned for his impressive research credentials, particularly the commercial applications of hydrogen. He is committed to forging partnerships with Australian and Japanese organisations to fulfil Japan’s decarbonisation ambitions.

Australian inks contribution agreements with JOGMEC

JOGMEC has evidenced their commitment to Australia with several deals, signed and sealed. Miyoshi Keisuke, Deputy Director General, Technology Department, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals Corporation (JOGMEC) will provide updates and discuss future plans.

View the detailed agenda, including the speakers and panellists for Thursday 8th September, 1555-1640

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Meet 600+ C Suite decision makers, and like-minded delegates, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors in the Australian Hydrogen Industry.