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INNOVATION WITHIN SUPPLY AND STORAGE

WEBINAR AND VIRTUAL NETWORKING

HYDROGEN

Foresight

WEBINAR SERIES

24th / September / 2020

OVERVIEW:

 

Large scale production of low carbon Hydrogen has the potential to play a significant role tackling climate change and improving air quality. It’s imperative we produce Hydrogen at a range of scales with little or no carbon emissions at an acceptable cost. This webinar seeks to highlight the latest Hydrogen production and storage projects enabling the commercialisation of Hydrogen technology and practice.

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A series of live online presentations and panel discussions highlighting key projects and developments to enable innovation within Hydrogen supply and storage.

The webinar platform will include interactive features such live polling, upvote Q&A and the chat room.

The event recordings will be available to the next day and the virtual networking will involve all participants within the Webinar Series.

WEBINAR

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SPEAKERS

 
  • MATTHEW WILSON

    Senior Consultant

    Element Energy

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  • DAVID CAINE

    Principal Consultant - Low Carbon Energy Team

    ERM

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  • CHRIS LOMAX

    Chief Process and Controls Engineer

    ODE Group

    • DAVID ROBERTSON

      Head of Renwables

      ODE Group

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    • PROF. JOSEPH HOWE

      Executive Director Of Energy Research Institute

      University of Chester

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    • FRANK WOUTERS

      Sr. Director Hydrogen

      Worley

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    • NAN LIU

      Technical Expert

      Shell

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    • PETER GRAY

      Business Development Director

      EnAcumen Limited

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    AGENDA:

     

    24th September- UK Time

    09:30 -> 10:00 -> Presentation

    Gigastack - Bulk Supply of Renewable Hydrogen

    Matthew Wilson

    Senior Consultant

    Element Energy

     

    10:00 -> 11:00 -> Presentation and Discussion

    Project Dolphyn - Developing Green Hydrogen from Floating Offshore Wind

    David Caine

    Principal Consultant - Low Carbon Energy Team

    ERM

    Chris Lomax

    Chief Process and Controls Engineer

    ODE Group

    David Robertson

    Head of Renewables

    ODE Group

     

    11:00 -> 11:30 -> Presentation

    Taking Advantage of Oil and Gas Infrastructure to Produce Clean Hydrogen

    Prof. Joseph Howe

    Executive Director of Energy Research Institute

    University of Chester

     

    11:30 -> 12:00 -> Presentation

    Policy options for European Hydrogen Strategy

    Frank Wouters

    Sr. Director Hydrogen

    Worley

     

    12:00 -> 12:30 -> Presentation

    Introducing Shell Blue Hydrogen Process, Technology to Significantly Lower the Cost of Large Scale Blue H2 Production

    Nan Liu

    Technical Expert

    Shell

    12:30 -> 13:00 -> Presentation

    The Role of Ammonia in Enabling a Hydrogen Future

    Peter Gray

    Business Development Director

    EnAcumen Limited

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    VIRTUAL NETWORKING:

     
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    The virtual networking event will take place after the webinar series in the form of a roundtable discussion. Each participant will have the opportunity to give an elevator pitch and interact directly with other participants.

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