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Development and Deployment of Low-Carbon Intensity Hydrogen At-Scale

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Course Credit: 0.15 CEU, 1.5 PDH

Hydrogen is increasingly seen as a scalable energy carrier and storage mechanism for decarbonizing a variety of economic sectors in the United States (where recent legislation has earmarked billions of dollars for hydrogen development) and globally.

While hydrogen holds significant promise in this regard, there are numerous technical and infrastructural challenges to address and manage in every phase of the hydrogen value chain.

Join our panelists and moderator as we discuss a broad overview of the hydrogen economy, including use cases, market development, modalities of generation, and a special focus on technical aspects of hydrogen transport and geological storage.

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  • 1Development and Deployment of Low-Carbon Intensity Hydrogen At-Scale - Chapter 1
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Earn credits by completing this course0.15 CEU credit1.5 PDH credits


Eugene Holubnyak
Mark Shuster
Zachary EvansModeratorZachary Evans currently serves as Sales Director – Underground Storage for DarkVision, an industry leader in ultra-high-resolution acoustic imaging for dowhole inspections. In this role, he serves as DarkVision’s global SME for underground storage and oversees the company’s continued expansion into the storage well integrity market, including traditional reservoir storage, salt caverns, and adjacencies such as disposal wells and CCUS. Zachary has over 20 years of industry experience, starting his career as an MWD/LWD Engineer for SLB before moving into the Midstream sector as a Sr. Storage Engineer with the Columbia Gas / TC Energy family of companies and later as Vice President, CCUS & Reservoir Storage for WSP, a leading energy storage consulting firm.

Mr. Evans began his career as an MWD/LWD Engineer for SLB with international placements in Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and Australia. Following his time abroad, he has amassed nearly two decades of midstream experience, first serving as a Senior Storage Engineer with the Columbia Gas / TC Energy family of companies, operating assets and managing capital budgets for the largest storage and pipeline company in North America. He later joined WSP, a leading energy storage consulting firm, as Vice President, CCUS & Reservoir Storage, where he oversaw all of the company’s depleted reservoir storage work, including engineering, compliance and project management, with national business development efforts in traditional storage, carbon sequestration, and hydrogen.

Mr. Evans is an active member of the North American underground storage community, having been a former member and two-time past Chair of the Southern Gas Association’s Underground Storage Committee and having served as a Team Lead for authorship of the 2nd Edition of API Recommended Practices 1170 & 1171 governing storage He is also a passionate SPE volunteer, serving in a variety of local, regional, and international roles, including a founding member of the SPE Hydrogen Technical Section and a former member of the SPE’s International Board as the Regional Director for North America.