Hydrogen as a critical path for decarbonization

 
This major new conference focuses on the growth of hydrogen as part of the move toward decarbonization. Learn about near-term growth potential, industry supply chain, pricing trends, and future market dynamics.
 
Attendees will include hydrogen producers, midstream natural gas companies, petrochemicals, manufacturing, automotive, regulators, and investors. This event is part of a global series organized by S&P Global Platts, with parallel events in Europe and Asia.
 
Hydrogen in focus:
 
  • Learn about the near-term growth potential of hydrogen
  • Focus on the industry supply chain
  • Understand future market opportunities for buyers and sellers of hydrogen
  • Hear from key groups of stakeholders: hydrogen producers, supply chain, project developers, and investors
  • Explore where will demand come from. Learn about the potential for hydrogen in power generation, transportation, heavy industry, marine transport, fertilizer/petrochemicals, and more.
  • Discuss the investment outlook for hydrogen projects at scale
  • Reassess the post-US election outlook and possible policy directions for hydrogen, both conventional and green
 

Networking, bonus content, and more

 
Do more with your registration. You'll receive access to our online event tool in advance of the conference. Use it to:
 
  • Build your network—You can't "work a room" like you used to. Now you can see who else is registered, help people find you, and exchange contact information digitally.
  • Connect—Use 1:1 messaging to introduce yourself. Conversations are saved and searchable for your convenience.
  • Enjoy extra content—Get Platts market news, exclusive content, and more leading up to the event. Find out about event updates as they happen.
  • Share—Add your social media profiles to the tool to easily post, share, and connect. Check the real-time activity feed to learn what other attendees are thinking right now.
  • Take it all with you—Use the tool to take notes, then export them (and share with other attendees). Look up contacts and conversations later. Visit the replay for a refresher and to download speaker presentations. Install the mobile app version for easy access from anywhere.
 

Agenda

Join us for the inaugural S&P Global Platts hydrogen markets conference for the Americas. This four-hour virtual event features presentations, panel discussions, and audience Q&A with speakers. The program focuses on the growth of hydrogen as part of the move toward decarbonization. Learn about near-term growth potential, industry supply chain, pricing trends, and future market dynamics.

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
  • 12:00 pm Chairman’s Welcome to the Virtual Conference
    — Goals of the virtual conference
    — How to view and save the content
    — Using the networking app – contacting other attendees, viewing content
    — How to ask questions and participate in audience polls

    Andrew Moore, Managing Editor, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Platts
  • STATE OF THE INDUSTRY: SUPPLY, DEMAND, PRICING
  • 12:05 pm Hydrogen Markets in the Americas and the Transition to Low/No Carbon Hydrogen
    — The US is the largest hydrogen producer in the world currently
    — How hydrogen is currently produced and production/consumption numbers in the US
    — Exploring the multiple pathways to decarbonization (renewables, CCS, biogas)
    — Growth potential for hydrogen as part of a global energy transition
    — Market drivers: sources of demand
    — Policy drivers: incentives for ramping up use of hydrogen
    — Platts experience tracking hydrogen prices in the US and globally
    — The trend toward lower prices
    — Competitive outlook for green hydrogen
    — What are the challenges for new production?
    — How can we switch to green hydrogen production?
    — Follow up questions from the audience and moderator

    Moderator: Sandra Safro, Partner,
    K&L Gates
    Zane McDonald, Lead Hydrogen Analyst,
    S&P Global Platts
    Morry Markowitz, President,
    Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
  • 12:50 pmIntermission
  • BUILDING OUT HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE: PROJECT STATUS, TECHNOLOGY, AND INVESTMENT
  • 1:00 pm Key Sectors for Hydrogen: How can the California Infrastructure Model Be Replicated Across America?
    — California as a first mover in North America
    — Structural market changes needed to get to scale
    — Transportation and hydrogen fuel cells as first mover
    — The state of hydrogen fueling and transportation in California
    — Opportunities in fuel cell technology and investment
    — Gas and power markets and the role of hydrogen
    — Energy storage to complement clean energy
    — The role of power companies and Utility Commissions
    — Plans moving forward: the next five years
    — Other industries with potential for largescale hydrogen utilization
    — Follow up questions from the audience and moderator

    Bill Zobel, Executive Director,
    California Hydrogen Business Council
    Bill Elrick, Executive Director,
    California Fuel Cell Partnership
  • 1:45 pm Longer Intermission & Refreshment Break
    — Break for refreshments / optional lunch on your own
    — Prepare questions to ask the speakers/moderators
    — Review polling questions
    — Share thoughts/comments with other attendees
  • 2:10 pm Hydrogen Case Studies: Technology, Economics, and Finance
    — Hear about important new projects for hydrogen
    — Scope and impact of these projects
    — Using hydrogen to reduce the carbon footprint of steel production
    — Evaluating project success factors and what it will take to scale up on for a regional or national hydrogen production system
    — Follow-up questions from the audience and moderator

    Jason Rowell, Associate VP and Global Technology Portfolio Manager,
    Black & Veatch Inc.
    Francesco Memoli, Executive Vice President, Commercial Operations,
    Tenova Inc.
  • 3:00 pmIntermission
  • 3:15 pm Financing Hydrogen Infrastructure: Next Steps
    — Scenarios for future use of hydrogen
    — Economics of hydrogen: moving production closer to demand
    — Reducing cost to increase adoption and accelerate the hydrogen economy
    — What role can oil and gas businesses play in the hydrogen economy?
    — Leveraging and repositioning existing infrastructure
    — Hydrogen transportation: integrating with existing natural gas pipelines and distribution
    — Where are the key opportunities for hydrogen projects?
    — Who will fund the energy transition and how can we pay for it?
    — Follow-up questions from the audience and moderator

    Moderator: Mona E. Dajani, Global Co-Head, Energy & Infrastructure Projects Team,
    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
    Mo Vargas, President and Chief Executive Officer,
    BayoTech On-Site Hydrogen
    Aaron Ratner, President,
    Cross River Infrastructure Partners
    Jigar Shah, President,
    Generate Capital
  • 4:00 pmClose of Virtual Conference

Speakers


PD036_Headshot_Vargas_Mo_200x200.jpg Mo Vargas
President and CEO, BayoTech On-Site Hydrogen
Headshot_Rowell_Jason_350x350 - Rotated.JPG Jason Rowell
Associate VP and Global Technology Portfolio Manager, Black & Veatch Inc.
Headshot_Elrick_Bill_213x213.jpg Bill Elrick
Executive Director, California Fuel Cell Partnership
PD036_Headshot_Zobel_Bill_136x136.jpg Bill Zobel
Executive Director, California Hydrogen Business Council
PD036_Headshot_Ratner_Aaron_385x385.jpg Aaron Ratner
President, Cross River Infrastructure Partners
PD036_Headshot_Markowitz_Morry_300x325.jpeg Morry Markowitz
President, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association
PD036_Headshot_Shah_Jigar_194x194.jpg Jigar Shah
President, Generate Capital
Sandra Safro Sandra Safro
Partner, K&L Gates
Headshot_Dajani_Mona_300x300.JPG Mona E. Dajani
Global Co-Head, Energy & Infrastructure, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Andrew Moore Andrew Moore
Managing Editor, Hydrogen, S&P Global Platts
Zane-Mcdonald.jpg Zane McDonald
Lead Hydrogen Analyst, S&P Global Platts
PD036_Headshot_Memoli_Francesco_380x380.jpg Francesco Memoli
EVP Commercial Operations, Tenova

Sponsors

Black & Veatch
K&L Gates
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Become a sponsor

Download the brochureDemonstrate your strengths, raise your company profile, and maximize your ROI as we bring key industry players and decision-makers to you. At the S&P Global Platts Hydrogen Markets Americas Virtual Conference, each sponsor has the opportunity to showcase their products and services, and distinguish themselves from the competition. We offer a full range of opportunities and packages, and can even tailor solutions to suit your needs.

Download our Americas event portfolio brochure to learn more about our events and who attends.

Contact us to start a conversation about your goals and how you can lead the pack as an event sponsor: Martin Falkenberg, Business Development Manager, at +1 857-383-5630 or [email protected].

Pricing

The S&P Global Platts Hydrogen Markets Americas Virtual Conference will take place Online on November 10, 2020 at 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST.

Early Bird Rate*
Register by October 27
Standard Rate*
Register by November 9
Virtual Conference Delegate
$199    
$299    

* Rates are in USD and are not inclusive of local taxes or VAT.




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