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PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME AVAILABLE for next 2-Day Technical Meeting (also available via Webcast) - 23rd & 24th October 2024

03 July 2024

HARNESSING HISTORY: SAFE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF FUTURE ENERGY SYSTEMS

We are pleased to inform you that our next 2-day Technical Meeting will cover 'Harnessing History: Safe Design and Operation of Future Energy Systems' and will be held on Wednesday 23rd & Thursday 24th October 2024 in London, UK and via Webcast.

This will be a 2-day event held in London, UK. Day 1 of the event (Wednesday 23rd October) will start at 9.15am with registration, and an evening drinks reception will be held after the last presentation from 17.00 onwards. Day 2 (Thursday 24th October) will start at 09.15am and will close at 16.00 to allow all delegates to travel in the evening.


PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME:

The following presentations have been confirmed:

  • The role of human factors in future energy systems
    David Keane - Risktec
  • Accidental deflagration research and H2 gas turbine enclosure application
    Valentina Bisio - Imperial College London & Baker Hughes
  • Extending a long history of natural gas for heating safety to a possible hydrogen future
    Dan Allason - DNV
  • Designing for safety: Integrated energy systems in industrial and non-industrial settings
    Asad Mohiuddin - Thornton Tomasetti
  • Dolphyn hydrogen - Safety and regulatory challenges in the offshore production of hydrogen from wind
    Laura Bond & Sean Baker - ERM
  • Green and Blue H2 projects: A process safety perspective
    Christian Schovsbo - BP
  • Safety studies required for the life cycle of renewable energy projects
    Hamid Kareshki & Vahid Foroughi - Fluor
  • Developing a safe plot plan for hydrogen facilities in the absence of recognised or standardised separation distances
    Jerome Hocquet - Technip Energies
  • Review of ammonia incidents and update on ongoing research activities on ammonia safety
    Simon Gant - Health and Safety Executive
    Andy Pearson - Star Refrigeration
    Ed Sullivan - Ricardo's National Chemical Emergency Centre
  • Introducing risk analysis and safety distances in Hydrogen Refuelling Station (HRS) design
    Benjamin Truchot - INERIS
  • MultHyFuel - Risk assessment review of hydrogen refuelling stations in a multi-fuel context - Hazardous area classification example for a hydrogen dispenser
    David Torrado - ITM
  • Technological risk management for multi-energy service stations
    Duc-Quang Do - TotalEnergies
  • Data sharing - The key to cost-effective risk assessments for the low carbon industries
    Ingar Fossan - Safetec
  • Electric Vehicle fires: Statistics, parking structures & incident response
    Tom Hessels - Netherlands Institute for Public Safety (NIPV)
  • Modelling source terms for battery-related hazards
    Chris Gold - Gexcon

REGISTRATION:
  • To attend our 2-day event in person in London, UK, please register here;
  • To attend our 2-day event online via live Webcast, please register here.

FEES:
  • FABIG Members:
    • FREE for attendance in person or via Live Online Webcast
  • Non-members:
    • £500+VAT for attendance in person
    • Only FABIG Members can register for the Webcast


We look forward to hearing from you.

The FABIG Team

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