Live online course – starts on 11 May 2021.
The Hydrogen Workshop will explore hydrogen production and utilisation technologies as well as what hydrogen offers for the energy future of Asia-Pacific and the globe.
56% of Asia-Pacific senior oil and gas professionals expect hydrogen to be a significant part of the energy mix by 2030, with 42% of global oil and gas companies investing in the hydrogen economy (up from 20% in 2019)*. This workshop provides an opportunity to rapidly get up to speed on the wide array of hydrogen technologies and opportunities. *DNV-GL, “Heading for Hydrogen”, September 2020.
Topics will include:
- current and future hydrogen demand and trends
- industrial hydrogen production and purity requirements for different applications
- end uses for hydrogen: transport, industrial, power, export
- hydrogen compression, storage and transmission
- hydrogen fuel cells
- workshop sample exercises will include mass and energy balances for hydrogen production; levelised cost of hydrogen production; risk assessment of a hydrogen system (ie mock mini-HAZOP) and a hydrogen supply chain SWOT analysis.
Teaching will be delivered via three live modules (approximately three-four hours in length each), alongside independent study and pre-recorded video sessions issued before/between modules.
An e-certificate will be issued at the end of the course to confirm attendance and continuing professional development (CPD) hours logged.
By the end of this course you will understand:
- where the opportunity for H2 sits within the wider Asia-Pacific and global process and energy industries space
- in-depth knowledge of hydrogen production, storage and transmission, and fuel cell technologies
- how to produce H2 and the purity / composition required for different applications
- end uses for H2: export, transport, power, industry
- an understanding of the role of hydrogen and its technologies in clean energy businesses
- skills and where to acquire further skills for an engineer to work in the H2 industry.
Who will benefit
- Chemical and process engineers commencing works or interested in further understanding of the H2 industry
- Professionals looking to move careers into the hydrogen industry
- Consultants, executives, engineers and managers seeking engagement in H2 and clean energy technology
- Postgraduates in science and engineering interested in a career in clean energy
- Technically oriented government officers with a responsibility for clean energy policy
- Those involved in setting standards for safety and regulatory issues
- Engineers and technicians responsible for building and implementing hydrogen systems
- Hydrogen introduction
- H2 opportunities within the wider Australian and global process industries space
- Technologies for H2 production
- Integration of H2 with existing industries: mining, water treatment, power generation
- H2 gas purification
- H2 transport and usage physical conditions
- H2 demand
- Fuel cells
- H2 compression
- H2 liquefaction and cryo-compressed
- H2 storage, H2 vs batteries
- H2 transmission
- Energy markets overview
- Economic considerations for a H2 supply chain
- H2 value
- Safety of H2 production and handling
- Understanding the role of hydrogen and its technologies in clean energy businesses
- H2 for carbon emissions reduction
- Worldwide H2 activities
- Further skills for working in the H2 industry
Module dates and times
Tuesday 11 May 2021, time to be confirmed.
Tuesday 18 May 2021, time to be confirmed.
Tuesday 25 May 2021, time to be confirmed.
Tuesday 1 June 2021, time to be confirmed.
There will be independent study and pre-recorded video sessions issued before/between modules.
Not available then? Register your interest for future online dates.
- IChemE member: to be confirmed
- Non-member: to be confirmed
Discounts are available to companies booking more than one place:
- 2 places–10% discount
- 3 places–15% discount
- 4 or more places–20% discount.
Bookings must be made at the same time to receive the discount.
Modules will be delivered via Microsoft Teams. If you don't already have this installed, you can join as a guest in order to access the training. We'll share information about how to do this after you've registered.
Please note: this course uses example spreadsheets that do not display correctly on a Mac computer. You are therefore strongly advised to use a Windows-based PC to access the course.
This can also be delivered as a virtual in-company course. Contact us for more details.