Managing Director and Founder
Infinite Blue Energy
- Session 4: Integrating Hydrogen’s Global Supply Chains: Middle East Hydrogen Exporters Meeting Asian Energy Buyers
Stephen Gauld is the Founder and Managing Director of Infinite Blue Energy (IBE).
Stephen has more than 20 years’ experience as an Engineer across some of the largest global service companies and operators such as Baker Hughes GE, Weatherford, ENI, ExxonMobil, Chevron & Woodside.
Stephen has an unwavering commitment to technical excellence with a proven track record in designing, building and transitioning large renewable energy projects including: Cliff head Alpha and Arrowsmith Crude Oil & Gas Separation Facilities, Blue Lake Milling renewable energy facility in Bordertown (Biogas to Electricity generation); DeLorean SA One and Austrans renewable energy facility in Adelaide and Ipswich; Ecogas/Pioneer Energy (Auckland) renewable energy plant and re-purposing a 155MW Biomass Plant in the Hunter Valley to Hydrogen Generation.
In 2018, Stephen drew from his experience across the oil and gas and energy sectors to create Infinite Blue Energy (IBE). Based in Perth, Western Australia, IBE is committed to leading the transition to a net zero emissions economy by developing projects in Australia, Italy and New Zealand to produce and deliver green hydrogen to domestic and export markets around the world.
Stephen’s drive and commitment to the vision of the business is reflective of his own work ethic and mission to play a leading role in decarbonising the global economy for the benefit of our planet.
Stephen is a Non-Executive Director of Port Anthony Renewables, and has degrees across numerous disciplines including Mechanical Engineering, Business Administration and High-Performance Leadership.
Using a combination of wind and solar energy, IBE will be producing 25 tonnes per day of liquid hydrogen to the Australian domestic market from 2024. Once in market, the green hydrogen produced by IBE will displace more than 1.3 million tons of CO2 emissions based on natural gas emission rates.