The role of Hydrogen in the Energy Transition
Global energy demand is set to increase by 50% by 2050 creating the need for a kaleidoscope of energy sources such as hydrogen, natural gas, solar and wind to provide a cleaner, secure and affordable energy landscape all whilst fulfilling the decarbonization potential.
Hydrogen is at the forefront of the energy transition debate, able to provide solutions to the existing needs of the entire energy sector including the production of methanol and ammonia, crude oil refinement for fuels and petrochemicals, transportation fuel, to heating and power, or as a renewable feedstock.
LRQA and the EIC invite you to hear from our panel of cross industry experts who will discuss the important role Hydrogen can play in the Energy Transition. The discussion will focus on the numerous opportunities, implementation, and technical challenges of the hydrogen economy. Engage with our speakers in this unmissable event and gain insight into how Hydrogen is set to transform the US energy market.
Date: Thursday 24 September
Time: 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST
Cost: Free and Open to all companies
Agenda: EIC LRQA Hydrogen Agenda FINAL.pdf
Amanda Duhon, Regional Director North & Central America, EIC
Mai-Trang Tran, Global Events & Campaign Manager, LRQA
Traci Kraus, Director, Government Relations – Cummins, Board Member - Hydrogen Council
Jeffrey Reed, PhD, Chief Scientist–Renewable Fuels & Energy Storage at University of California, Irvine
Matthew Blieske, Global Head of Product Development and Engineering at Shell Hydrogen
Beth (Hardy) Valiaho, Vice President, Strategy & Stakeholder Relations - International CCS Knowledge Centre
Nigel Jenvey, Global Head of Carbon Management – Gaffney, Cline & Associates
Olav Hansen, Associate Consultant – Hydrogen - LRQA