Hydrogen and low carbon gases at Flame
Creating a climate friendly energy future
Delivering net zero through the right mix of renewables and low carbon gases in the new energy landscape. Connect with companies and leaders who are investing in the low carbon projects which will deliver energy across Europe in the next decade.
low carbon energy solutions
Choosing low carbon energy
As Europe accelerates towards decarbonisation and diverse energy supply, find out how polices are impacting the choices energy suppliers make in selecting from a range of low carbon gases and renewables. Energy companies have the difficult task of weighing up the financial risks, creating the right cross border alliances and ensuing energy supply remains stable and secure.
Find out how market and policy changes are influencing those decisions and the realities of hydrogen, bio-LNG , bio-gas, bio-methane and other alternative fuels in long term energy security.
Low carbon infrastructure
Investor confidence is central to the development of new energy infrastructure. Hear strategies and the latest projects underway for the development of new terminals, pipes and net zero storage.
Find out what regulatory hurdles need to be overcome to ensure investor capital flows. What do investors need to consider when choosing whether to invest in low carbon infrastructure or renewables?
New economies of scale in H2
What is the future for different colours of hydrogen in Europe's new energy landscape? Find out how investors are weighing up the different options for hydrogen projects, what they view as the demand growth for hydrogen and whether consumer appetite will be geared towards renewably created hydrogen only?
Is it a case of blue versus green hydrogen or will the industry adopt a combination of the two? Hear the steps taken to ensure blue hydrogen and CCS are providing viable carbon reductions in the long term. Find out whether offshore green hydrogen can provide energy at scale and whether it is possible to overcome the risks and provide profitable energy at industrial volumes? Assess whether electrolyser manufacturing can keep pace with hydrogen demand.
LNG terminals and hydrogen
New for this year! Join the Global LNG Summit for insights on the rapidly changing LNG market, the movement of LNG from the US to Europe and the fuels which are powering the vessels supplying LNG. Is the transportation of LNG meeting carbon emissions guidelines? and the fuels which are powering the vessels,
The latest on development of new FSRU and FLNG terminals as Europe strives towards energy independence across a number of States. Assess how long term LNG is as a solution to net zero and whether LNG terminals may be repurposed into green hydrogen hubs and what challenges shipowners, ports and cargo owners will have to overcome in bunkering and handling hydrogen.