Hydrogen, Ammonia, Methanol > Hydrogen Storage, Transportation and Distribution - Successfully Navigate the Hydrogen Value Chain
Code Date Format Currency Team of 10
Per Person*
Team of 7
Per Person*
Early Bird Fee
Per Person
Normal Fee
Per Person
PWR1284 24 - 26 Feb 2025 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 3,353 3,509 3,699 3,899
PWR1284 24 - 26 Feb 2025 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia USD 2,665 2,789 2,899 3,099

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Code

PWR1284

Date

24 - 26 Feb 2025

Format

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Currency

SGD

Team of 10
Per Person*

3,353

Team of 7
Per Person*

3,509

Early Bird Fee
Per Person

3,699

Normal Fee
Per Person

3,899

Code

PWR1284

Date

24 - 26 Feb 2025

Format

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Currency

USD

Team of 10
Per Person*

2,665

Team of 7
Per Person*

2,789

Early Bird Fee
Per Person

2,899

Normal Fee
Per Person

3,099

*Fee per person in a team of 7 or 10 participating from the same organisation, registering 6 weeks before the course date
Request for a quote if you have different team sizes, content customisation, alternative dates or course timing requirements
Request for in-person classroom training or online (VILT) training format

About This Classroom Training

Hydrogen’s unique molecular properties make it an ideal medium for storing large amounts of energy for extended periods and enabling the transportation of energy across countries and industry sectors. However, hydrogen production sites are often located in areas with favorable production conditions, such as low-cost electricity, water availability for electrolysis, natural gas with or without carbon capture capabilities, and other suitable resources. These production sites are rarely situated at or near the points of use, necessitating the storage and transportation of hydrogen from production to consumer sites.

This training course focuses on state-of-the-art solutions for hydrogen storage and transportation, encompassing technological, economic, and safety aspects. It highlights the challenges associated with the unique nature of hydrogen gas, including its low density, high tendency for leakage, and flammability, which impose stringent requirements on storage solutions.

Participants will gain comprehensive knowledge about the various methods for storing and transporting hydrogen, and the use of pipelines for transportation. The course will cover the technical details of these methods, including container types, balance of plant systems, geological storage options, and the operational aspects of filling and discharging containers. Moreover, the training will address the factors influencing the selection of appropriate storage and transportation methods, taking into account specific requirements, applications, and suitability considerations. Case studies and real-world examples, such as hydrogen refueling stations and industry standards like SAE J2601, will be discussed to provide practical insights.

This course will be delivered via face-to-face over 3-day sessions, comprising of 8 hours per day, 1 hour lunch and 2 breaks of 15 minutes per day. Course Duration: 24 hours in total, 24 CPD points. This course can also be delivered through Virtual Inspector Led Training.

By the end of this course, participants will:

  • Gain an overview of the process of storing, transporting and distributing hydrogen from production to end-use.
  • Distinguish the state of the art for the physical and material-based options for the storage and transport of hydrogen.
  • Understand the underlying technologies of storing, transporting and distributing hydrogen and are able to evaluate them technically, economically and ecologically.
  • Recognise the challenges and risks involved in storing, transporting and distributing hydrogen and are able to understand appropriate solutions.
  • Assess the requirements and understand appropriate storage and transport concepts.

This course has been designed for professionals working in the energy sector looking to further develop their careers to keep up to date on emerging technologies.

  • Chemical, Mechanical Engineers and Electrical Engineers working in the energy sector, utilities companies, particularly those focusing on hydrogen technology.
  • Specialists in hydrogen generation, storage, and transportation systems.
  • Logistics Professionals involve in managing the supply chain for hydrogen storage, transportation and distribution
  • Quality Assurance and Safety Managers within companies dealing with hydrogen.
  • Materials Scientists involve in hydrogen production and electrolysis development.
  • Project Managers and Team Leaders overseeing hydrogen project planning.
  • Strategic Planners and Business Development Managers in the energy sector.
  • Energy Analysts and Consultants, Renewable Energy Project Developers interest in hydrogen integration.
  • Environmental and Sustainability Specialists such as Environmental Engineers, Sustainability Managers working on green energy and carbon reduction initiatives.
  • Basic
  • Intermediate
  • Course material will be provided for future reference.
  • Each topic begins with a statement of the intended learning outcome (LO).
  • Activities such as quizzes, videos and assessment will be incorporated.

Your expert instructor possesses a Dipl.-Ing. (Univ.) in Materials Science from the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg in Germany, an MBA from Henley Management College in the UK, and holds the prestigious title of Six Sigma Black Belt. With a remarkable career spanning more than 27 years, he is recognised as an esteemed authority in the field of Hydrogen Technologies. His areas of specialisation include hydrogen generation, storage, transportation, and distribution, as well as electrochemical conversion systems like electrolysers and fuel cells.

His professional journey includes a 5-year tenure as a scientific researcher at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research in Baden-Württemberg, Germany (ZSW). He then embarked on a noteworthy 14-year career at SGL Carbon, a global leader in carbon and graphite manufacturing, where he played various pivotal roles. His primary focus was on the development and production of Gas Diffusion Media.

Your expert instructor’s expertise in hydrogen storage and transportation systems is further evidenced by his previous role at SGL Group, a leading carbon and graphite manufacturer. He spearheaded the technological aspects of the company’s fuel cell component offerings, including bipolar plates and gas diffusion layers. His contributions helped establish the SIGRACET® brand as a world leader in the field.

Following his tenure at SGL Carbon, he spent 8 significant years with BMW AG, serving as a Technology Manager within the hydrogen fuel cell passenger car program, known as iX5 Hydrogen. In this pivotal role, he was responsible for overseeing quality and safety management across the entire hydrogen system enabling the release and certification of fuel cell electric vehicles for public roads. This encompassed tanks, hydrogen supply systems, fuel cell systems, and in-house hydrogen infrastructure.

Your expert instructor’s contributions also extend to his work with the Hydrogen Academy, where he has created educational materials. The training materials covering the hydrogen value chain, hydrogen economy, storage, transportation, fuel cell technology, and other industrial applications. He has conducted professional training sessions on this material for clients of the Hydrogen Academy and for a training company located in northern Germany. Furthermore, he has earned recognition as a tentative trainer (successfully passing all assessments) for Hydrogen Technology, Quality, and Safety Management at TÜV Süd Akademie GmbH. Therefore, over the span of 3 years, he has been actively engaged as a freelance educator, offering comprehensive courses that encompass the entire hydrogen value chain. His extensive experience and knowledge make him a valuable asset in advancing sustainable hydrogen storage, transportation, and distribution solutions.

To further optimise your learning experience from our courses, we also offer individualized “One to One” coaching support for 2 hours post training. We can help improve your competence in your chosen area of interest, based on your learning needs and available hours. This is a great opportunity to improve your capability and confidence in a particular area of expertise. It will be delivered over a secure video conference call by one of our senior trainers. They will work with you to create a tailor-made coaching program that will help you achieve your goals faster.
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Learn what past participants have said about EnergyEdge training courses

I have been working with your expert instructor since the beginning of the master's program in hydrogen technology and economics at the Ingolstadt University of Technology. He was very convincing as a lecturer with his in-depth specialist knowledge and his competent and friendly way of conveying the teaching content. He also provided us with advice and thus contributed greatly to the successful start of the course. I can therefore unreservedly recommend him as a trainer and lecturer.

Manager, University Ingolstadt, Germany.

Your expert instructor`s effort and willingness to answer all our questions and requests. The hands-on demonstration of the topic was excellent.

Senior Production Engineer, SLB, Malaysia.