12.00 Lunch walk-in & networking
by Sylvia Boer, Director AYOP & Ben Oudman, Senior Director and Regional Manager CEMEIA DNV
13.40 Future perspectives on offshore wind and hydrogen
Offshore wind energy will be a very important
sustainable source of energy worldwide in our future energy system. The demand
for hydrogen is coming, it will increase immensely if we can successfully
convert renewable energy to hydrogen. This meaning we have to aim high. Let’s
discuss key issues like system integration, flexibility, certification, Fit for
55 and the need for partnerships.
Erik Mobach, Project Director NortH2, Shell - Pim Reuderink , Energy Innovation Director Nordics & Benelux, Bureau Veritas and Ruben Dijkstra, Director Offshore Wind, Eneco will discus the beforementioned in the form of a presentation followed up by a panel discussion.
14.25 It's all about collaboration
As an increasing number of offshore oil and gas infrastructures and facilities are nearing the end of their economic operation, we must find a new use for platforms and pipelines. Through the use of decommissioning and reusage of existing infrastructures, we will be able to implement change more rapidly and kickstart green initiatives. Jacqueline Vaessen, General Manager at Nexstep will share her insights and lessons at Offshore Industry!
14.50 Hydrogen powered vessels
With TU Delft's project 'Hydro Motion' the school hopes to take the next big step towards a sustainable future and a green maritime industry. With the use of hydrogen, they aim to complete the circle of green energy and build towards a more sustainable future.
By building on the work of the previous 13 teams and 12 boats, TU Delft keeps on innovating and improving ways to use clean energy. The Solar Boat Team will be present at Offshore Industry, including their award winning hydrogen boat.
15.00 Break & networking
15.45 Ecosystems and biodiversity
biodiversity at your offshore installations making the offshore industry more
nature-inclusive. The start-up ReefSystems has multiple successful pilots in 3
continents. One of the founders, Max Dijkstra , will pitch the
possibilities and obstacles that stand between our current status and a
sustainable and productive use of the North Sea.
15.55 The future of offshore is floating
oceans are key to solving global energy challenges. The potential of the oceans
is still huge. SBM Offshore is investing in multiple floating solutions in
order to make use of this potential like FLNG, wave energy and floating wind. Stein Rasmussen, Chief Strategy Officer, SBM Offshore will tell us all about his vision and lessons learned.
16.20 Foundation to Future
Tradional fuel, green energy and infrastructure. how can we modernize existing pipelines and platforms in order to create a hydrogen pathway? The North Sea allows us to develop more rapid compared to other countries, but how can we become the hydrogen backbone of Europe? And what will he North Sea look like in 2050? Erik Hiensch, Director O&M Offshore, Vattenfall, Maurits den Broeder Managing Director Van Oord Offshore & Member of the Executive Committee and Dick Lagerweij, Project Director Hollandse Kust Noord & West Alpha bij TenneT will tell us all about the vision for 2050 and how non-sustainable energy suppliers will transition into sustainable and green energy suppliers.