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See below presentations from the Future of Gas II 4-5 February 2019. Simply click on the name of the presenter to see their presentation from the day.



Monday 4th February 2019

Mark Taylor

Deputy Director for Energy Innovation, BEIS


Session Chair

Ian McCluskey, Head of Technical Services, Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers

Simon Fairman

Director for Network Strategy and Safety, Cadent

Future of Gas for Industry/ Commerce, Transport and Domestic Heat.

Andy Lewis

Future of Gas Innovation Manager, Cadent

HyNet North West - Hydrogen Energy and Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) Project

Keith Owen

Head of Gas Futures, NGN

Hydrogen Energy Research at Northern Gas Networks

Mark Wheeldon

Hydrogen Program Manager, SGN

H100 Project Update



Iain Summerfield

KIWA Gastec

Hy4Heat: Investigating the Safety Case

Session Chair Nigel Holmes

CEO, Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association

Antony Green

Head of Network Engineering, National Grid

A Role for the NTS in a Hydrogen Transition

Oliver Lancaster


Findings from the Project Freedom


Tuesday 5th February 2019

Stewart McEwen

HSE Policy, Energy Division

Health and Safety Regulation of GB's Future Gas Networks

Session Chair David Caine Principal Consultant, ERM

Chris Manson-Whitton

Director, Progressive Energy

HyDeploy Exemption - Lessons Learnt.

Catherine Spriggs

Senior Technical Project Manager, HSE

HyDeploy Science Evidence Base

Beatriz Ruiz Castelló

Innovation and New Energies Division, Enagas

Potential of Hydrogen and Renewable Gases Transport in the Natural Gas Network

Sam Gomersall

Commercial Director, Pale Blue Dot

The Acorn Hydrogen and CCS Project

Thomas Jordan

Group Leader at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Hydrogen Safety International Perspective

Thomas Bacquart

Technical Lead HG2V, National Physics Laboratory

The HG2V Project






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