CodeDateVenueEarly Bird FeeFee
PWR101712 - 14 Jul 2021Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) SGD 2,300 SGD 2,500 Remind me of Course Dates
PWR101712 - 14 Jul 2021Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT) USD 1,679 USD 1,825 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PWR1017

Date

12 - 14 Jul 2021

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

SGD 2,300

Fee

SGD 2,500

Code

PWR1017

Date

12 - 14 Jul 2021

Venue

Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

Early Bird Fee

USD 1,679

Fee

USD 1,825

About this Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT)

The hydrogen economy is taking shape across the globe in a variety of forms and possible project setups. Each of these project setups has corresponding contractual and operational aspects that need to be set with the right risk allocation to ensure the project is successful. This course prepares participants with the necessary knowledge an skills to choose the right contractual setup and to be able to negotiate the adequate risk allocation and related mitigation measures. It covers the possible green hydrogen project setups and the corresponding contractual structure from the procurement of green power to the transportation and sale of green hydrogen, therefore covering the entire value chain of each possible project setup. It provides participants with knowledge and skills that can be applied across geographies therefore preparing them for the global hydrogen market in the making.

  • Understand the project setup and contractual structure of the most common green hydrogen projects from procurement of renewable energy to sale and supply of hydrogen
  • Learn the fundamentals of green hydrogen, its properties, technology, market trends, and policy
  • Learn how to structure contracts and risk allocation of different green hydrogen projects, procurement of renewable energy, transport of green hydrogen, and sale of green hydrogen
  • Understand latest market developments around green hydrogen, including a clear international perspective of its
    potential across geographies

The course is ideal for participants working across hydrogen projects across the entire hydrogen value chain, working in commercial, technical, regulatory, policy, strategy-related and planning functions. It is also aimed at personnel of organizations working across production, transportation and supply/sale of hydrogen in one or multiple geographies.

  • Hydrogen strategy and business development functions
  • Hydrogen producers
  • Hydrogen transport companies
  • Renewable energy producers
  • Banking and finance functions
  • Government ministries and departments
  • Energy sector regulators
  • Hydrogen equipment providers
  • Hydrogen market analysis
  • Anyone interested in green hydrogen business

The VILT will be delivered online in 3 sessions comprising 4 hours per day, with 1 break of 10 minutes per day, including time for lectures, discussion, quizzes and short classroom exercises. Additionally, some self-study will be requested.

Participants are invited but not obliged to bring a short presentation (10 mins max) on a practical problem they encountered in their work. This will then be explained and discussed during the
VILT. A short test or quiz will be held at the end the course.

Your course expert has been involved in the renewable energy business for over a decade. Throughout his career, he worked across regulatory and policy development, as well as commercial and business development activities. His key areas of expertise include commercial development, business development and strategy activities, regulatory and policy analysis as well as market analysis.

Some of the companies he worked for include Norwegian energy major Equinor, and in the renewable energy units of German energy companies E.ON and RWE, in both business development and commercial functions. He also worked for international consultancy and advisory firm DNV-GL, supporting private and institutional clients, respectively in the
sale and acquisition of energy infrastructure assets, and in the development of regulation for renewable energy and green gasses. His professional experience led him to provide risk assessment and advisory services around energy infrastructure projects for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank.

Some of the key projects he worked on include the Trans Adriatic Pipeline, a natural gas pipeline delivering natural gas from Azerbaijan to Italy. He structured the commercial terms of gas transportation agreements for the pipeline, and supported their negotiations. Additional projects include the commercial due diligence of gas storage and transportation agreements for private customers interested in the sale or purchase of natural gas infrastructure assets.

He lately structured the commercial terms and agreements for the sale of renewable energy across several countries in Europe for a variety of corporate customers across different industries, and developed business cases for the provision of flexibility services to power grid operators.

His experience in both the renewable energy and natural gas sectors gave him the necessary knowledge to understand the latest developments in the hydrogen business worldwide. Working in the renewable energy business also allowed him to work on real-life projects to produce green hydrogen, and exploit its market potential. He hasconsequently trained professionals on the emerging business models, projects and related contractual structures around hydrogen.