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Hydrogen - Powering the Clean Energy Shift - A Technical Deep Dive

Wednesday, 25 September
203 - 205
Technical Session
Hydrogen is gaining importance as a key element in the global transition to sustainable energy. It is seen as a viable and environmentally friendly fuel option for transportation, industry, and power generation. This session focuses on the technical aspects of hydrogen, its eco-friendly production methods, efficient storage techniques, field case scenarios, and the necessity of building hydrogen infrastructure to maximize its potential in creating a cleaner energy environment.
Session Chairpersons
Pankaj Tiwari - PETRONAS
Kalyan Saikia - Halliburton Landmark
Fatick Nath - Texas A&M International University
  • 0830-0855 220916
    Enhanced Hydrogen Generation From Olivine Sand
    B. Vega, C.M. Ross, T. Kim, A. Kovscek, Stanford University
  • 0855-0920 220766
    Thermocatalytic Decomposition Of Methane To Produce Low-Carbon Hydrogen And Carbon Black
  • 0920-0945 221063
    Energy Efficiency Of In-situ Carbon-zero Hydrogen From Natural Gas Using Electromagnetic-assisted Catalytic Heating
    K. Yan, Q. Yuan, Texas Tech University
  • 1015-1040 220965
    A Comprehensive Study Of Thermo-hydromechanical Dynamics And Capillary Hysteresis In Injection-production Cycles Using A Novel Simulator For Geological Hydrogen Storage
    P. Sarkar, Texas A&M University; J. Kim, Texas A & M U (PE Dept Po's )
  • 1040-1105 220862
    Kinetic Modeling Of Hydrogen Generation Via In-situ Combustion Gasification Of Heavy Oil
    M. Ifticene, Texas Tech University; Y. Li, Stanford University; P. Song, Q. Yuan, Texas Tech University
  • 1105-1130 220971
    Evaluating Carbonate Reservoir Rocks For Underground Hydrogen Storage: A Comprehensive Laboratory Approach
    H. Galvis, Texas A&M University; E. Okoroafor, Texas A & M University
  • Alternate 220977
    Development And Application Of HUST: A Hydrogen Underground Storage Screening And Ranking Tool Incorporating Operational Considerations, Geochemical And Microbial Reactions
    L. Sekar, R.E. Okoroafor, Texas A&M University
  • Alternate 220710
    Modeling Of Hydrogen Plume Evolution In Depleted Gas Reservoirs
    D. Li, The Pennsylvania State University; H. Emami Meybodi, Pennsylvania State University
  • Alternate 221005
    Estimating Balancing Pressure In Salt Caverns For Future Hydrogen Cavern Design
    L. Yuan, H. Dehghanpour, University of Alberta

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.