Power and renewables

Road to COP26: Is the future hydrogen?

Hydrocarbon metering management

To some, hydrogen may remain an energy source of the future. However, proven large-scale and low-emission hydrogen production is already here, with hydrogen transportation becoming a reality, fuel cells are constantly developing and improving, and carbon capture technology is at a pivotal point.

EIC’s Principal Supporting Partner

Ahead of this year’s COP26 summit, EIC have partnered with DNV on a LIVE series of webinars. Together, we aim to promote industry awareness and address the key factors surrounding the future of the global energy sector and the work, we as an industry, must continue to do in lowering carbon emissions and tackling our net zero targets.

Road to COP26: Is the future hydrogen?

Join us on Tuesday 14 September as we host the Road to COP26: Is the future hydrogen?

There’s recognition that hydrogen has the potential to be a major component of a global, low-carbon, energy system, as deployment and investments in hydrogen have accelerated rapidly to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.

As it becomes one of the most talked about clean technologies bringing us closer to our net zero goals, join our panel of experts as they explore the future, expectations, potential challenges, and possibilities of hydrogen in a range of sectors from production to industry.

DNV's speaker:

Jørg Aarnes, Global Lead – Low Carbon Energy Systems, DNV - Jørg Aarnes is the Global Lead for the portfolio of services within DNV Energy Systems related to adoption of hydrogen as an energy carrier and the deployment of carbon capture, transport, and storage (CCS).

A major part of his work in DNV has been devoted to the development and delivery of services within CCS, with emphasis on supporting processes related risk management and independent verification associated with qualification of storage sites. He has also had leading roles in the development of international standards for geological storage of carbon dioxide, and associated frameworks for certification of storage sites and projects.

Jørg has further led a range of activities related to efforts to tackle the energy transition. This includes leading the Technology Outlook 2025 development, publishing a position paper on hydrogen as an energy carrier, leading market analysis for climate adaptation services, and developing a corporate hydrogen roadmap. Jørg has a PhD in applied mathematics.

EIC’s Principal Supporting Partner

Ahead of this year’s COP26 summit, EIC have partnered with DNV on a LIVE series of webinars. Together, we aim to promote industry awareness and address the key factors surrounding the future of the global energy sector and the work, we as an industry, must continue to do in lowering carbon emissions and tackling our net zero targets.

Road to COP26: Is the future hydrogen?

Join us on Tuesday 14 September as we host the Road to COP26: Is the future hydrogen?

There’s recognition that hydrogen has the potential to be a major component of a global, low-carbon, energy system, as deployment and investments in hydrogen have accelerated rapidly to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.

As it becomes one of the most talked about clean technologies bringing us closer to our net zero goals, join our panel of experts as they explore the future, expectations, potential challenges, and possibilities of hydrogen in a range of sectors from production to industry.

DNV's speaker:

Jørg Aarnes, Global Lead – Low Carbon Energy Systems, DNV - Jørg Aarnes is the Global Lead for the portfolio of services within DNV Energy Systems related to adoption of hydrogen as an energy carrier and the deployment of carbon capture, transport, and storage (CCS).

A major part of his work in DNV has been devoted to the development and delivery of services within CCS, with emphasis on supporting processes related risk management and independent verification associated with qualification of storage sites. He has also had leading roles in the development of international standards for geological storage of carbon dioxide, and associated frameworks for certification of storage sites and projects.

Jørg has further led a range of activities related to efforts to tackle the energy transition. This includes leading the Technology Outlook 2025 development, publishing a position paper on hydrogen as an energy carrier, leading market analysis for climate adaptation services, and developing a corporate hydrogen roadmap. Jørg has a PhD in applied mathematics.