US Chapter Workshop "From Hydrogen Market Development to Project Development"
11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, 2024
University of Texas | McCombs School of Business, Special Events Room 5.210 (RRH Fifth Floor), 2110 Speedway, Austin, Texas 78705
Hydrogen has been widely discussed as potentially playing a significant role in a decarbonized future. Sitting at the intersection of the “electron” and “molecule” sides of the energy industry, hydrogen has the potential to work in concert with other key energy vectors and decarbonization tools to aid in the push towards a cleaner future. This half-day workshop will explore the potential role hydrogen could play in the broader economy and highlight challenges associated with growing the global market.
The workshop will feature three key segments:
Hydrogen Market: An overview of the global hydrogen market, including a view of foundational supply and demand dynamics.
Amy Herbert, CEO, Arcadia Fuels
Ryan Eslicker, Business Development Director, EDF
Ryan Macaluso, Manager of New Energies & Carbon, Motiva Enterprises
Hydrogen and Geopolitics: The interplay of national and regional actors in driving demand and supply for clean hydrogen globally.
Chris Hardy, Hydrogen Origination, Chevron
Lindsey Bok, Lower Carbon Manager, Equinor
Dickson Chin, Partner, Jones Day
Moderator: Michael Webber, Professor, UT
Hydrogen Project Commercialization: Navigating the project commercialization process and assessing new commercial models required to make hydrogen projects bankable.
Abby Spring-Mann, Managing Partner, Société General
Marc Van Den Boom, Senior Vice President of Operations US Gulf Coast, Worley
Kyle Doherty, Senior Associate, Baker Botts LLP
Moderator: Drake Hernandez, Hydrogen and Low-Carbon Fuels, Charles River Associates
Registration is complimentary. Please register at the link to the right by March 25. Onsite registration will be available.