Ammonia Energy Conference 2022 – Australia

The transition accelerates

Join us Wednesday 24 – Friday 26 August in Melbourne, Australia for the Ammonia Energy Conference 2022 – Australia. This event is organised by AEA Australia, with support from Monash University and CSIRO.

Our hybrid event will run over two-and-a-half days based at CSIRO Clayton, including:

  • Two-day speaking program accessible to in-person and virtual registrants (catered with morning/afternoon breaks and lunch)
  • Drinks reception for all in-person registrants (Wed 24, 6PM)
  • Ticketed dinner available as an add-on to conference registration (Thurs 25, 7PM, AU$100 per ticket)
  • Half-day project tours & safety demonstrations (Fri 26 Aug)
  • Virtual access to speaking program (live & recordings)
  • Space available for research posters to be displayed
  • Limited sponsorship packages available (contact Julian for more info)

The fourth edition of our annual Australian event will explore the amazing strides being taken to develop Australia’s own ammonia energy industry. We are entering a critical phase of the transition, where steel needs to go into the ground, long-term agreements signed and full supply chains established. The challenge is no longer proving ammonia’s potential, but using the combined skills, expertise and enthusiasm of our wider network to bring the transition to life.

Our speaking program reflects a busy, challenging but exciting time for ammonia energy. We will celebrate progress, and also take stock to reflect on key lessons learnt in developing projects to date. Our speaking program in 2022 will cover:

  • The Australia – EU ammonia supply chain
  • Ammonia developments in key APAC countries: Japan, South Korea, Singapore and India
  • Key end-uses for ammonia in Australia, and growing domestic demand
  • The possibility for green fertilisers in Australia
  • Establishing green maritime corridors from Australia to the world
  • Certification schemes under development
  • Key university R&D in progress, and successful commercial spin-offs
  • Social license, working with Indigenous communities and ensuring a just transition
  • Critical next steps, and looking forward to the next twelve months

Registration will open early June, with an early-bird rate available until late July. AEA Members and employees of AEA Member organisations receive a 25% discount on registration for the in-person event, and free access to our virtual live stream (& event recordings). More details on AEA Membership can be found here: you are of course welcome to sign up as a Member immediately to receive the discounted registration rate.