THIRD NORTH SEA HYDROGEN PORTS AND MARITIME CONFERENCE
Tuesday 11 January 2022
Scotland Europa Conference Centre, 8th Floor, Rond-Point Schuman 6,
Organised by the North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Community (NS HyMaP) with the support of CMB.TECH and Nedstack
The third North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Conference looks at policy initiatives that will emphasise the key role that the ports and maritime sector must play in the creation of a hydrogen economy. Firstly, we look at the advantages that ports have in developing regional hydrogen economies as hydrogen valleys and the steps that ports are taking to create these valleys.
The development of hydrogen vessels for work in ports and short sea shipping will also be a key challenge in the coming years and we look at a range of issues including system design, onboard storage and safety.
Bunkering will also be a critical issue for the creation of a short sea shipping network in the North Sea Region and this will be discussed at the Conference in a session looking at the transport of hydrogen. Hydrogen transportation will be a key issue as some areas of the North Sea will be exporters of hydrogen while other areas will be net importers.
The European Commission and Institutions have played a crucial role in stressing the importance of hydrogen and we will have key speakers from the Commission outlining recent policy initiatives including the Fit for 55 package.
The full Programme can be found on the European Policy Solutions website. Speakers include Bart Biebuyck (FCH JU). Paul Turner (CMB- TECH), Jogchum Bruinsma (Nedstack), Milinko Godjevac (Future Proof Shipping) and speakers from Lloyds Register and Statkraft.
More speakers will be announced shortly.
Registration and Conference Fees
NS HyMaP Members €65
Early Bird Rate €100 until 22 December 2021
Full Rate €130
Please register on the European Policy Solutions website (www.europeanpolicysolutions.com ) Click on the seminar button and that should take you to the Conference Page. Payment is by invoice or PayPal – credit/debit cards can be used by clicking on the PayPal option. Any problems, please contact Jon Jordan at [email protected]
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