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The hydrogen economy | Future proof container terminals

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Global Hydrogen Advisor, Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Future proof container terminals




Ports, along perhaps with refineries, stand at the very forefront of the energy transition. Prior to making major long-terms investment decisions many global ports are assessing and modelling their options.

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The prize is immense and the industry can follow principles which have allowed the offshore wind sector to flourish and transform the regional economies in places such as Grimsby


From an investor perspective any early mover advantage must be weighed against associated with a nascent economy.

A variety of option options that include hydrogen and its various liquid or gaseous forms; Emethanol. Ammonia and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers.

I'm catching up with key port stakeholders in Rotterdam and Middle East in the coming months but recently had the pleasure of discussing the energy transition and hydrogen with relation to ports and container terminals and the modelling of future proofing of container terminals along here with the splendid Chris Saveedra

It is shared here in the hope that the community may find the webinar discussion of interest.

Feel free to join key stakeholders at the Hydrogen for Ports experts group.

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Matt Chester on Jun 13, 2022

Is this going to be an area where those ports that are already heavily used for O&G going to have an early advantage, or is this so different that it gives an opportunity for new players to come into the game that missed out on the O&G bounties? 

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