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Join Our Exclusive Webinar on Hydrogen Infrastructure Integration!
Are you ready to be at the forefront of the Zero Carbon movement? The Energy Institute (EI) is proud to present an immersive webinar that will delve into the critical topic of hydrogen infrastructure integration. This event will equip you with the knowledge and insights you need to navigate the evolving energy landscape.
Date: 31st August, 2023
Time: 13:00 – 14:30
Platform: Virtual Webinar on Zoom
Executive Vice President, Penspen
Gain exclusive access to the latest findings from the Hy2005 study conducted by Consultant, Penspen. The focus will be on the infrastructure required to link the Gas Transmission Network and Distribution Networks to producers and consumers of blended Hythane and higher concentrations of Hydrogen. Discover the innovative solutions and gaps in knowledge that will shape the future of the industry.
Our expert speakers will provide visual illustrations of each interface, drawing on their vast experience in existing methane systems and new energy transition projects. Engage in meaningful discussions, share your insights, and uncover aspects you may not have considered before.By attending this webinar, you will gain exclusive access to the valuable insights derived from stakeholder meetings held during the study. Discover the amended interfaces and the agreed views, providing a practical record of the discussions. These takeaways will be invaluable for anyone involved in the hydrogen transition, providing guidance and direction for your projects.
This webinar is essential for professionals and organizations involved in the energy sector, including:
Energy industry leaders and executives, Infrastructure developers and operators, Researchers and academics, Policy-makers and government officials, Environmentalists and sustainability advocates, Hydrogen producers and consumers, Technology providers and innovators.
Speaker: Nigel Curson
Nigel is an Executive Vice President at Penspen and has 30 years of energy infrastructure related consultancy experience. His focuses include asset integrity, concept development, FEED and technoeconomic studies. Recent energy transition work includes re-purposing of supply infrastructure to facilitate fuel switching, assessment of whole country hydrogen conversions, carbon capture, hydrogen production, blending of hydrogen and natural gas at scale, quantitative risk assessment of CO2 and hydrogen transportation and energy transition related market studies. Nigel is currently running Penspen's Centre for Engineering Excellence supporting a wide range of energy transition projects and heading up Penspen's digital initiative called THEIA.