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Day 2 - Production & Business:
What to do with H2 and how to finance it?

All times are CET: Paris/Brussels/Zurich/Berlin time zone

The sessions with a « € » sign are available only with the Conference Pass.

Conferences Room 1

  • Session 3: Production, regulation and separation
  • Open Discussion with Speakers of the Day

    09h00 - 09h20
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  • What is happening in Asia_Oceania? : focus on Australia

    09h20 - 10h00

    ROUND TABLE

    • Dr Emanuelle FRERY Senior Research Scientist CSIRO
    • Dr Chris BOREHAM Principal Research Scientist GEOSCIENCE AUSTRALIA
    • Sandra MENPES Team Leader Amadeus Basin Exploration Onshore New Ventures SANTOS
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  • WESTERN AUSTRALIA’S POSITION ON REGULATING THE HYDROGEN INDUSTRY

    10h00 - 10h25

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • Western Australia is currently looking at regulatory impacts for manufactured “green” hydrogen with blending in natural gas pipelines and geological storage.
    • Manufactured “blue” hydrogen, were it to develop, would need some form of Greenhouse Gas Underground Storage for produced CO2 to become “green” requiring regulation.
    • While not legislated currently, exploring and producing natural hydrogen from rock formations is being discussed in Western Australia adding further complexity to regulators.
    • Jeffrey HAWORTH Executive Director, Geological Survey and Resource Strategy GOVERNMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
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  • State agencies / Regulations : Is regulation allowing or slowing down natural hydrogen exploitation?

    10h25 - 10h50

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • How do the mining laws and regulations in different countries differ?
    • Are hydrogen national strategies taking sufficient account of natural hydrogen?
    • Andrea RIGAL-CASTA Lawyer GEO AVOCATS
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  • Break

    10h50 - 11h05
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  • What is happening in Africa? : focus on Morocco

    11h05 - 11h30

    TALK IN PAIRS

    • Does Africa represent a particular profile for natural hydrogen?
    • Why does natural hydrogen call for a different economic model?
    • What is the hydrogen strategy in Morocco?
    • How does natural hydrogen fit into this strategy?
    • What economic and social model?
    • Stephane AVER President HYNAT
    • Mohammed GHAZALI Secretary General Ministry of Energy, Mines and the Environnent - Morocco
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  • Surface processes, gas separation...

    11h30 - 12h10

    ROUND TABLE

    • What is hydrogen recovery and how does it work?
    • What industrial processes have hydrogen available for recycling?
    • How can you pressurize hydrogen without relying on moving parts?
    • How can we immediately reduce the cost of industrial hydrogen while simultaneously converting from brown, gray or blue hydrogen to green?
    • Dr Simon JALLAIS International Senior Expert AIR LIQUIDE
    • Dr Trent MOLTER Founder and CEO SKYRE
    • Dr Oliver PURRUCKER Executive Director Business Development and Sales LINDE
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  • Storage (surface and underground)

    12h10 - 12h40

    TALK IN PAIRS

    • What is the impact of Hon the subsoil ?
      • What is the importance and consequence of H2 quality (sulfur compounds, 02, physicochemical and bacteriological interaction) ?
      • What are the consequences of the exploitation cycles on the geomechanics ?
    • What are the impacts of H2 on well equipment: steels, elastomers, cementing, etc.?
    •  What are the industrial safety issues for underground storage? What are the specific risks related to H2 and possible mitigation measures ?
    • What are the needs in term of hydrogen ?
    • What are the different hydrogen storages techniques ?
    • What are the risks related to the hydrogen underground storage ?
    • Christian HUE Deputy Director of Expertise Department STORENGY
    • Dr Pascal BAYLOCQ CEO GEOSTOCK HOLDING SA
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  • Lunch Break & Networking

    12h40 - 13h45
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  • NATURAL HYDROGEN RESERVE CERTIFICATION

    13h45 - 14h05

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • What tools or methodology have been used to identify the accumulation and quantify the hydrogen volumes present?
    • What is the nature of hydrogen system logic compared to conventional oil and gas reservoirs?
    • For public disclosure with securities regulators, under which regulation do the hydrogen reserves relate to?
    • Denis BRIERE Vice President - Engineering CHAPMAN PETROLEUM ENGINEERING
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  • Conferences Room 1
  • Session 4: Overview of the market players
  • FRAMEWORK FOR FINANCING AND DEVELOPING NATURAL HYDROGEN PROJECTS : HOW JOINT VENTURES AND CONSORTIUM COLLABORATIONS CAN ACCELERATE GROWTH ?

    14h05 - 14h25

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • Kevin J. SYLLA Chief Executive Officer PRISTINE ENERGY
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  • Investors and Funds

    14h25 - 15h05

    ROUND TABLE

    • Financing the industrialization of high-potential hydrogen technologies
    • Driving the emergence of European Hydrogen ecosystems by aligning with key industrial, financial, and regulatory stakeholders
    • How joint ventures and consortium collaborations can accelerate growth?
    • Nicolas LEPAREUR Co-founder & managing partner TiLT CAPITAL PARTNERS
    • Sophie DESORMIERE Chief Executive Officer AALPS CAPITAL
    • Raphael SCHOENTGEN Founder & Chief Executive Officer H2 ADVISOR
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  • A tool for economic evaluation of scenarii for hydrogen usage

    15h05 - 15h30

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • Hydrogen from natural sources must be purified and is then considered like any other hydrogen source.
    • How do we evaluate and compare potential uses? The example of the free simulation tool developed by the company Naldeo.
    • How is the combination of different uses (e.g. sale to an industrial user and use for mobility) the key to ensure projects and bancable?
    • Pauline PLISSON Director of Innovation & Consulting NALDEO TECHNOLOGIES & INDUSTRIES
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  • Break

    15h30 - 15h50
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  • Panorama of the ongoing research programs

    15h50 - 16h15

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • Dr Michael WEBBER Chief Science and Technology Officer ENGIE
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  • Natural H2 within the global H2 road maps of various countries: the world needs decarbonated hyrogen

    16h15 - 16h40

    INDIVIDUAL TALK

    • What are the stakes for hydrogen in the face of the energy transition?
    • How does hydrogen impact geopolitics and international trade?
    • Paul LUCCHESE Chair Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Programme, IEA
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  • The role of natural H2 within our decarbonized energy mix

    16h40 - 17h10

    ROUND TABLE

    • From vector to resource: what impact in the new energy mix?
    • Is it sustainable?
    • Is it CAPEX intensive? For what cost?
    • For which model?
    • Stephane AVER President HYNAT
    • Didier HOLLEAUX Executive Vice President ENGIE
    • Pierre-Etienne FRANC Co founder & CEO FiveT Hydrogen
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  • Open Discussion with Speakers of the Day

    17h10 - 17h30
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