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Hydrogen Economics and Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)

4 days
4,495 GBP
Next course start
2 October, 2023 See details
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4 days
4,495 GBP
Next course start
2 October, 2023 See details
Virtual Classroom
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Course description

Hydrogen Economics and Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)

Hydrogen is set to be the game changer in the 21st century for the global energy markets. This growth is driven by decarbonisation of energy-use, ammonia production and rising demand of fuel cell electric vehicles. Hydrogen as a fuel has outstanding energy carrying capacity and many application possibilities ranging from Petroleum refinery, Ammonia and Methanol production, Transportation and Power generation. Although the current petrochemical market segment will remain strongest in the near future, it is the transport and power sector which spurs the vision of a massive market take-off in the next decade. The ever-rising share of renewable energies require flexible and scalable storage solutions, which in turn offers many additional revenue streams beyond pure electricity sales. Adding to this the strong impetus towards decarbonisation of the transport sector from cars, trucks, trains to ships and even airplanes create the breed for an exciting and yet untapped market potential. This course aims to clarify and assess the hydrogen business case along

Upcoming start dates

1 start date available

2 October, 2023

  • Virtual Classroom
  • Online

Who should attend?

Who Should Attend

  • Project developers and Sponsors
  • OEM manufacturers, EPC contractors and O&M service providers
  • Oil & Gas upstream companies
  • Petrochemical and Process industry companies
  • Transport sector companies and port operators
  • IPPs, Utilities and Grid operators
  • Private Equity & Institutional Investors
  • Development finance institutions and Commercial lenders
  • Legal, Technical and Insurance Advisors
  • Government officials and Regulators
  • Corporate procurement and Contract managers
  • Business developers and Sales Managers

Training content

Day 1

Hydrogen production processes

  • The hydrogen energy value chain from production, transport, storage and end usage
  • Production pathways and their current level of maturity
  • Understanding differences of green, blue, turquoise and grey hydrogen
  • Natural gas steam methane reformation and coal gasification
  • Carbon capture and storage and the relation to hydrogen
  • Hydrogen production via electrolysis
  • Renewable Hydrogen Technologies and Applications
  • Drivers of levelised cost of hydrogen production
  • Economics of Power-to-Hydrogen
  • Technology CAPEX, OPEX and performance
  • Hydrogen facility costs other than equipment costs
  • Future cost trends and roadmaps
  • Value to be captured from power-to-hydrogen applications

Day 2

Hydrogen transportation, distribution and storage

  • Transmission, distribution and storage elements of hydrogen value chain
  • Transport options for hydrogen
  • Overview and requirements of hydrogen storage options
  • Hydrogen compression and liquefaction
  • Hydrogen refuelling stations
  • Sector coupling - a united infrastructure for electricity and gas
  • Limits on hydrogen blending in natural gas networks
  • Feasibility of using existing transmission and distribution networks
  • Logistical challenges in transporting and storing hydrogen
  • Cost competitive hydrogen storage, transmission, distribution and reconversion
  • Operating constraints from value stacking
  • Developing additional revenue streams up and downstream

Day 3

Energy Applications

  • Increased power system flexibility delivering electrical grid services
  • Large scale renewable integration, grid constraints and hydrogen as a long-term energy storage
  • Industrial applications: Refineries, Steel, Chemical industry and light industry
  • Micro-CHP
  • Commercial and large scale CHP
  • Fuel cell system for re-electrification
  • Converting hydrogen to hydrogen-based fuels and feedstocks
  • Ammonia and methanol conversion

Day 4

Transport Applications

  • Passenger cars and light commercial vehicles


Course fee: £4495 + VAT

Certification / Credits

  • Understanding current hydrogen market status and recent developments
  • Major drivers and inhibitors influencing the growth of the market
  • Understanding and comparing various production technology processes
  • Challenges and solutions in transport, distribution and storage of hydrogen
  • Mapping the many petrochemical, energy and transport applications
  • Analyse business cases from around the world and understand their economics

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