November 4, 2021
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. // Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh Southpointe
Registration for Fall Conference is now Open!
Why H2 & Carbon Capture
The continuing pressure on pipelines, climate change, and the recent elections reinforces that change is a constant in our industry.
ExxonMobil estimates hydrogen and carbon capture sequestration to be a $3 billion dollar market by 2040. The DOE continues work on their $1 billion + carbon capture sequestration program. South Korea is well on their way to have 6.2 million hydrogen vehicles on the road by 2040. Here in the US extensive use of hydrogen public transit vehicles is becoming the norm.
Why hydrogen? It's an energy-dense fuel that when burned produces only water and can be transported in existing natural gas infrastructure.
Why carbon capture and sequestration? Post treatment of hydrocarbon combustion can capture carbon dioxide allowing for sequestration in underground formations, eliminating climate change concerns.
The industry has the core competencies and scale to lead way to a carbon free future. It will require innovative thinking – especially in how to monetize the massive investments. A challenge the industry has been able to address in the past.
This conference explores these issues in the unique context of the Appalachian region and your opportunity be a part of the next big thing. Learn from the leaders.
FALL 2021 Speakers
We will soon be announcing our 2021 slate of speakers for the Fall Conference. Stay tuned here for more details about a great group of industry experts.
Fall 2021 Agenda
Opening Remarks 7:30
Joe Barone, President Shale Directories
Archaea Energy 7:45
Nicholas Stork, CEO, Archaea Energy
How it All Ties Into Appalachia and Oil & Gas Legacy 8:15
Tom Gellrich CEO and Founder, Topline Analytics
KeyState Hydrogen, Ammonia and Carbon Capture 8:45
Perry Babb, CEO, KeyState Natural Gas Synthesis & CCS
SMR Process, Economics and Advancements 9:30
Sam French, Senior Business Dev. Manager, Johnson Matthey
State of the Art in Hydrogen Storage 10:30
Michael Tritt, President and CEO, Lane Power & Energy
Tim Reichwein, EVP & COO, Lane Power and Energy
Long Ridge Energy Terminal - Fueled by Hydrogen 11:15
Robert "Bo" Wholey, President, Long Ridge Energy Terminal
Mitsubishi Turbines Ready for Hydrogen 12:00
Michael Ducker, Vice President, Mitsubishi Power Americas
Lunch Break 12:45
Washington County 01:15
The Honorable Larry Maggi, Vice Chair, Washington County Board of Commissioners
Considerations for Pipeline Hydrogen 01:30
Ken Thompson, Founder and President of Mustang Sampling
Kevin Warner, CTO and Sr. Vice President, Mustang Sampling
Jamie Marsden, Emerson Automation Solutions
Alysia Salva Gas Quality Engineer, BHE GT & S
US Department of Energy 03:00
Hydrogen - Fuel of Today, Bob Schrecengost, Senior Program Manager,
Carbon Capture - prime time, Lynn Brickett. Carbon Capture Program Manager
Dr. Chuck Zelek, Chief Marketing Development Officer, Mineral ORE, Omnis Energy Refineries