Fyfe’s engineering expertise in pipelines and above ground facilities allows us to help our clients before, during and after the transition to hydrogen fuel.

  • Project concept studies
  • Site selection
  • Approvals including planning, environmental and technical
  • Assistance with local and federal grant applications
  • Bankable feasibility studies
  • Front end engineering design
  • Detailed engineering design
  • Project management services
  • Procurement and estimating
  • Owner engineering services
  • Integration with technology partners
  • Geospatial services including Survey, 3D Capture & Modelling and GIS
  • Integration with construction companies.
  • Technical guidance and review of Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)
  • Evaluation of the positive and negative factors for existing non-mechanical and mechanical compressor technologies used for hydrogen refuelling stations
  • Assessment of different hydrogen refuelling station layout configurations
  • Assisting in project planning to support grant applications for a hydrogen refuelling station network feasibility study
  • Gap analysis to compare standards used for the design of hydrogen refuelling stations between Chinese GB standards and ISO 19880
  • HAZOP Facilitation for a methane pyrolysis for hydrogen facility
  • Undertook a red flag assessment of storage options for a hydrogen production facility.

We actively contribute our knowledge and develop our technical expertise in the hydrogen and new energy sectors through partnering with industry and academia. Activities are as follows:


Several Fyfe team members are involved in NERA hydrogen clusters around Australia. This allows our experts access to the latest information and advancements in Australia’s hydrogen industry, while collaborating with cross-sector participants to facilitate the achievement of scale in the technology.

Australian Standards

Jaron Whalley, Principal Mechanical Engineer at Fyfe is a member of the Australian Standards ME93 working group and is contributing to developing new ISO 19880 standards for gaseous hydrogen refuelling stations focusing on mechanical and non-mechanical compressors.

Methane pyrolysis for hydrogen production

Fyfe is involved in the Future Fuels CRC (FFCRC). In conjunction with the Universities of Queensland and Adelaide, Fyfe is supporting essential research into the hydrogen supply chain, specifically, identifying the potential of methane pyrolysis in hydrogen production.

Fyfe is pleased to be involved in these projects, to share our knowledge and technical skills in the new energies and hydrogen sectors, and to better support our clients.