Podcasts

Targeted H2 technology application on the path to net zero

In this podcast, we discuss Wood's goals for H2 development over the next decade with Josh Carmichael, Vice President of Hydrogen at Wood. We also discuss the advantages of H2 application in different areas—particularly those that are hard to decarbonize—in light of net-zero emissions goals, and what technology and infrastructure developments it will take to get there.

 

 

 

 

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H2's role in decarbonizing the UK

This week on H2TechTalk we are discussing “The Case for Blue Hydrogen,” a position paper published by the UK HFCA with Sam French, Director of Business Development for Johnson Matthey. French also provides insight on blue and green H2 developments and projects within the UK, and next steps in furthering the global deployment of H2.

 

 

 

 

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Sustainable blue H2 for meeting global demand

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Greg Shumake, the Managing Director of Lummus Technology's Green Circle business unit, about Green Circle's blue H2 technology applications and its plans for meeting global demand for clean H2 over the coming decades.

 

 

 

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Hyzon delivers to the promise of ‘accelerating the energy transition’

This episode of H2TechTalk features a discussion with Mrugank Inamdar, Head of Asia and Middle East region, Hyzon Motors, about Hyzon’s innovative techno-economic solutions to accelerate commercial deployment of fuel cell powered vehicles in various medium and heavy-duty mobility applications. We also talk about Hyzon’s plans for developing H2 generation hubs and other R&D projects and collaborations including the partnership with Chart and a joint venture with Raven SR in the U.S.

 

 

 

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Increasing blue H2 affordability with gas POX

This episode of H2TechTalk is a reading of an article from our Q2 issue of H2Tech published in May. This article, which focuses on increasing blue H2 production affordability with a proprietary gas POX process, is authored by Nan Liu, Licensing Technology ManagerGasification at Shell Catalysts and Technologies.

 

 

 

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H2Tech News Brief

H2Tech Digital Editor Anthresia McWashington is sharing some of the top news stories of the week on this episode of H2TechTalk. From Air Liquide inking multiple agreements across the H2 sector in South Korea, to Tallgrass Energy receiving a boost from the U.S. DOE for their study of CO2 capture associated with producing H2 from natural gas via an auto-thermal reforming (ATR) facility in Wyoming, we’re catching up on the most recent H2 technology announcements across the globe.

 

 

 

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DNV on rising to the challenge of a hydrogen economy

This week, we talk with Jorg Aarnes, Global Lead for Hydrogen and CCS at DNV, about the findings of DNV's recent report, "Rising to the challenge of a hydrogen economy." The report surveyed 1,100 senior energy professionals on their companies' current and anticipated future investments in H2 technology application and revenues from the  sector. We also discuss the technical limitations and opportunities for H2 technology and its synergies with electrification.

 

 

 

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H2 policies for a clean energy future for Australia

In this episode of H2TechTalk we get in conversation with Dr. Fiona Simon, CEO of Australian Hydrogen Council, about AHC’s work towards creating a clean energy future for Australia. We discuss AHC’s projects for creating demand that will drive market dynamics, forging collaborations across the hydrogen value chain, and developing best policies and regulations to build a strong hydrogen ecosystem.

 

 

 

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Large-scale, zero-emissions blue H2 for decarbonization

This episode of H2TechTalk examines H2 production technology and CCUS solutions with Torkild Reinertsen, Chairman & Market Lead for Hydrogen at REINERTSEN New Energy and HYDROGEN Mem-Tech. We discuss the advantages of zero-emissions blue H2 technology in the context of a market study for the production and transport of H2 based on Norwegian natural gas, as well as the cost factors and applications of blue H2 vs. green H2 for decarbonization.

 

 

 

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Texas makes strides to grow into global H2 hub

On this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Andy Steinhubl, Vice Chair of the Board for The Center for Houston's Future, about the opportunities and challenges for Texas in becoming a regional and global hydrogen hub in light of the ongoing energy transition. We also discuss the growth of blue hydrogen projects in the Gulf Coast region, as well as questions surrounding intermittent renewable power sources for green hydrogen projects. The Center for Houston's Future and the Greater Houston Partnership will hold The Future of Global Energy Conference from June 29–July 1 to discuss several of these topics.

 

 

 

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Japan, Australia forge a path for Asia-Pacific H2 development

This episode of H2TechTalk dives into the Regional Report on Asia-Pacific from H2Tech’s Q2 issue, published in May. Asia-Pacific is forecast to be the fastest-growing region in hydrogen to 2025, as governments continue to adopt green technologies to meet national targets for carbon emissions reduction. Estimated potential demand for imported hydrogen in China, Japan, South Korea and Singapore could reach $9.5 B by 2030. Japan and Australia are the regional leaders in hydrogen projects and synergies, although China is working at a rapid pace to expand its hydrogen infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

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Linde pushes H2 to the forefront with project collaborators

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Dr. Philip Severin, Senior Director of Business Development for Linde Clean Hydrogen, about Linde's numerous H2 technology projects, including its refueling station networks in the EU and its H2 liquefiers in South Korea. We also talk about Linde's H2 technology collaborations with Daimler Trucks, ITM Power (via ITM Linde Electrolysis), and Alstom.

 

 

 

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Ramping up hydrogen capacity ahead of net-zero targets

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Fabian Kapp, Managing Director of Graebener Maschinentechnik, about the technology behind the manufacturing of bipolar plates, a critical equipment component of electrolyzers and fuel cells. We also discuss the future market for electrolyzer-produced green hydrogen amid net-zero carbon targets set to be reached in 2050.

 

 

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Hydrogen poised for growth as cargo and marine fuel

This episode of H2TechTalk is a reading of an article from our Q2 issue of H2Tech, published in May. This article, which focuses on marine applications for hydrogen, is by Sotirios Mamalis, Manager of Sustainability for Fuels and Technology at ABS in Houston, Texas.

 

 

 

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Deploying green H2 at scale for multi-sectoral decarbonization

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Janice Lin, Founder and President of the Green Hydrogen Coalition (GHC), about the GHC's involvement in the Intermountain Power Project in Utah, which will convert Utah's largest coal-fired power plant to 100% H2 fuel by 2045. We also discuss the GHC's new Western Green Hydrogen Initiative to promote green H2 networks in U.S. member states and Canadian member provinces.

 

 

 

 

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The roles of H2 and CO2 capture in today's decarbonization efforts

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Elizabeth Carter, Senior Business Manager for Clean Hydrogen Initiative at Honeywell UOP, about methods for emissions reduction from the steam methane reforming process, as well as blue H2 production technology for process decarbonization and clean energy use.

 

 

 

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Enabling green technology solutions with HPI fundamentals

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we speak with Karsten Radtke, Global Head of Business Development and Sales, Digital Products and Asset Management for thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions' Chemical and Process Technologies business unit. Mr. Radtke discusses the transition from the traditional hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) to green fuels production technologies and carbon utilization for improved energy use and a cleaner environment, and how Udhe/thyssenkrupp has helped shape this transition over its 100-year history.

 

 

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Decarbonizing oil and gas with carbon capture and H2

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Michael Sicker, President of the Oil & Gas Division at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, about decarbonizing the oil and gas sector and the roles that energy efficiency, carbon capture and hydrogen will play in these efforts and in the ongoing energy transition.

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Tackling flow measurement challenges for hydrogen fuels

This episode of H2TechTalk is a reading of an article from our Q1 issue of H2Tech, published in March. This article, which focuses on flow measurement challenges for hydrogen fuels, is by Dale Anderson, a Clean Fuels Engineer at TÜV SÜD National Engineering Laboratory (NEL) in Glasgow, Scotland. NEL is the UK's Designated Institute for Flow Measurement.

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Expanding low-carbon hydrogen use in European industry

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we explore the Regional Report on Europe from H2Tech’s Q1 issue, published in March. In line with its net-zero carbon goal, the EU plans to prioritize green H2 production, mainly from wind and solar energy. Over the short- and medium-terms, however, blue H2 will be needed to rapidly reduce emissions from existing gray H2 production and support the parallel and future development of green H2 production. The podcast also includes a discussion of blue and green Hprojects underway at European refineries.

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Technologies advancing decarbonization and the H2 economy

H2Tech sat down with Armin Schnettler, Executive Vice President, New Energy Business, Siemens Energy, to discuss the technologies that are helping decarbonize the oil and gas industry and advance a hydrogen economy.

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Ensuring safety in a new era of hydrogen

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Dr. Kelly Thomas, Vice President and Blast Effects Section Manager for Baker Engineering and Risk Consultants Inc., about the importance of realizing, addressing and managing hydrogen release and explosion risks. Dr. Thomas also discusses how companies new to the hydrogen sector can take a "page" out of oil refiners' and petrochemical producers' playbooks with regard to process safety management practices for hydrogen.

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ITM Power CEO hails exciting time for hydrogen

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we chat with Graham Cooley, CEO of ITM Power, about the company's various H2 projects and technologies under development and in deployment. Dr. Cooley discusses the REFHYNE project at Shell's Rheinland oil refinery in Germany; ITM Power's joint venture with Linde to build the world's largest PEM electrolyzer at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany; and the company's involvement in the HyDeploy project to inject 20% H2 into the natural gas grid in Keele, UK, among other initiatives.

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Linde moves hydrogen forward with green engineering

In this episode of H2TechTalk, we talk with Dr. Lars-Erik Gärtner, Associate Director of Sales and Business Development for CO2 Plants and Clean Technologies at Linde Engineering. Dr. Gärtner provides updates on Linde's focus areas for hydrogen technology and projects, including its joint venture with ITM Power to build the world's largest PEM electrolyzer plant at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany.

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Harnessing H2 potential with the EU–GCC Clean Energy Technology Network

In this episode of H2TechTalk, Frank Wouters, Director of the EU–GCC Clean Energy Technology Network and Vice President of Clean Hydrogen at Worley, talks about fostering cooperation to create clean energy and H2 markets for Europe and the Middle East, as well as the development of a regulatory framework and source certifications for H2. Additionally, he discusses Worley's current H2 projects, including the Air Products-led green ammonia export project in Saudi Arabia's planned NEOM city. You can also watch the video version of this podcast here!

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Optimizing and decarbonizing industrial hydrogen supply

In this episode of H2TechTalk, Joris Mertens, Principal Consultant at KBC, A Yokogawa Company, talks about incorporating, optimizing and managing industrial hydrogen supply and demand, and the move toward decarbonizing hydrogen operations. He also discusses the role of carbon pricing in blue hydrogen applications, as well as the importance of European demonstration projects incorporating green hydrogen production into refinery and biorefinery operations.

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Momentum for molecules: Hydrogen in the MENA region

H2Tech talks with Dr. David Engel, Managing Director of Nexo Solutions Companies, about the decarbonization of mining operations using waste heat to produce hydrogen, as well as developmental projects for green ammonia production. Dr. Engel also discusses how companies in the conventional energy sector are transitioning their focus to renewable/alternative energies amid global decarbonization efforts.

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Decarbonizing mining operations using green hydrogen

H2Tech talks with Dr. David Engel, Managing Director of Nexo Solutions Companies, about the decarbonization of mining operations using waste heat to produce hydrogen, as well as developmental projects for green ammonia production. Dr. Engel also discusses how companies in the conventional energy sector are transitioning their focus to renewable/alternative energies amid global decarbonization efforts.

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Blue hydrogen's role in the energy transition

H2Tech sat down with Deepak Bawa, Director of Project Development and Hydrogen Projects for New Fortress Energy, to discuss the roles of blue and green hydrogen in the energy transition, as well as how blue hydrogen both complements and competes with the natural gas midstream sector.

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