Tue 1 October
LantarenVenster, Rotterdam
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European conference about future fuels, this year with a special focus on hydrogen.

First confirmed speakers Fueling the Future Summit

  • Didier Stevens, Senior Manager European and Government Affairs at Toyota Motor Europe and Member of the Board of Hydrogen Europe
  • Robert Hertzenberg, CEO Hydrogen UNO-X
  • Pierre Etienne Franc, Vice President Air Liquide, managing the Hydrogen Energy World Business Unit
  • Michèle Azalbert, CEO ENGIE Hydrogen
  • Marco Waas, Director RD&I and Technology Nouryon
  • Nigel Brandon, Professor and Director Energy Futures Lab Imperial College
  • Emily Waterfield, Chief Energy Correspondent MLEX, moderator
  • More to come ...

Hydrogen key in accelerating the energy transition

Welcome at the first Fueling the Future Summit Europe. This years focus is on hydrogen, seen by many experts as the future fuel in the energy-transition. How can we use this potential and role out hydrogen within the mobility, industry and energy sectors? How can we scale up the hydrogen economy? To get there questions need to be answered and we need to share our power and knowledge.

To bring to whole supply chain and politics together we believe the first and next steps can be made. Your participation is important, so we hope to meet you. Register directly and motivate your colleagues and partners to come as well. Together we get there.

Program

Detailed program will be advised in June.

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BP and Nouryon explore production of green hydrogen at BP’s Rotterdam Refinery

BP plc (London; www.bp.com), Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals) and the Port of Rotterdam have joined forces to explore the opportunity of making ‘green hydrogen’ via water electrolysis for BP’s refinery in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, which has the potential for significant reductions in CO2 emissions.