Creating opportunity through transformation

The Hydrogen Markets Conference gathers hundreds of energy professionals from around the world to discuss the growth of hydrogen as part of the move toward de-carbonization.  Explore current and future potential in the markets, including infrastructure investment to make hydrogen use a reality. 


We'll be discussing:

  • — Economics of hydrogen   cost of production, price levels, competitiveness, comparisons with other energy sources
  • — Current and potential markets in industries including power generation, transportation, chemicals
  • — Role and interest by major oil companies – plans for incorporating hydrogen in energy transition
  • — Utility perspectives and updates on investment in hydrogen
  • — Ammonia and hydrogen transportation
  • — Infrastructure investment, including repurposing infrastructure
  • — New federal and state legislation with incentives for decarbonization
  • — Projects supporting hydrogen infrastructure and storage
And much more. 


Networking, bonus content, and more

 
Do more with your registration. You'll receive access to our networking app in advance of the event. Use it to:
 
  • Build your network—See who else is registered, help people find you, exchange contact information digitally, and plan for who you'd like to meet at the event. The list updates in real-time once the app goes live.
  • Connect—Use 1:1 messaging to introduce yourself. Conversations are saved and searchable for your convenience.
  • Enjoy extra content—Receive materials from speakers and partners. Find out about event updates as they happen.
  • Take it all with you—Look up your contacts and conversations later. Use the mobile app version for easy access from anywhere.
 

THIS EVENT STARTS IN

Back by popular demand:
Hydrogen Market Fundamentals Training Course Add-On*

This course provides an overview of the incumbent global hydrogen market and the key role of clean hydrogen in the energy transition. Instructors will use data, modeling, and discussion to explore key questions, including:

  • — What role can hydrogen play in the energy transition?
  • — What technologies are used to produce hydrogen, today and in the future?
  • — How much does it cost to produce, transport, store, and use hydrogen?
  • — What role does government policy play in the hydrogen market?
  • — How much hydrogen will the world consume in 2050?

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own knowledge and experience to the course through questions and group discussions.  See the full agenda below. *Additional fee applies.


Agenda

Training Add-On and Opening Reception
Monday, May 6, 2024
  • 8:30 am Registration and Networking
  • 9:00 am Session 1: Hydrogen in the Energy Transition - Opportunities and Challenges
    — Hydrogen's importance in decarbonization
    — Hydrogen production pathways, technologies, and costs
  • 10:30 am Refreshment Break
  • 11:00 am Session 2: Current Status of the Global Hydrogen Market
    — Overview of government clean hydrogen policies
    — Global clean hydrogen project pipeline and investment
  • 12:30 pm Lunch
  • 1:30 pm Session 3: The Hydrogen Value Chain
    — Overview of water electrolysis technology
    — Cost analysis of hydrogen production, transportation, storage, and consumption
  • 3:00 pm Refreshment Break
  • 3:30 pm Session 4: Long-Term Global Outlook for Hydrogen
    — S&P Global Commodity Insights’ base case outlook for hydrogen supply and demand, with upside and downside scenarios
    — Summary and discussion of key course topics
  • 5:00 pm Training Concludes

  • Instructors:
    Brian Murphy, Ph.D., Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Mr. Murphy is a Senior Hydrogen Analyst at S&P Global Commodity Insights with a focus on market development in the Americas. He contributes to analytics and pricing products that aid clients’ understanding of the technologies, policies, and market dynamics shaping the role of low-carbon hydrogen (and derivatives) in the energy transition. Prior to joining S&P Global, he was a Principal Engineer at Strategic Analysis, Inc. studying emerging low-carbon technology costs for the US Department of Energy. Brian holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Delaware.

    Katherine Leydon, Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Katherine Leydon is a research analyst with the Hydrogen and Renewable Gas team at S&P Global Commodity Insights. Her recent work has focused on hydrogen production cost modeling, hydrogen production with CCS, and electrolyzer component supply chains. ,




  • 5:30 pm Welcome Reception - Open to all Conference Attendees
Day 1
Tuesday, May 7, 2024
  • 7:45 am Registration and Networking Breakfast
  • 8:45 am Chairs' Welcome Remarks
    Shankari Srinivasan, Global Gas, LNG and Low Carbon Gas Lead,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Catherine Robinson, Executive Director, Research and Analysis,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Investing in Hydrogen Infrastructure – New Horizons

  • 9:00 am  KEYNOTE SPEAKER  Scaling up the Hydrogen Value chain for Transportation
    Moderator: Catherine Robinson, Executive Director, Research and Analysis,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Nuray Elci, Vice President of Renewables,
    Chevron
  • 9:30 am  KEYNOTE SPEAKER  California’s hydrogen transportation initiatives
    — California’s investments in hydrogen refueling infrastructure
    — Improving the reliability of refueling infrastructure and the FCEV driver experience
    — Investments in hydrogen refueling for commercial vehicles
    — Expanding California’s supply of clean, renewable hydrogen

    Moderator: Brian Murphy, Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Patty Monahan, Commissioner,
    California Energy Commission
  • 10:00 am  KEYNOTE SPEAKER  Hydrogen Hubs and New Partnerships
    — The investment outlook following the announcements of regional hydrogen hubs
    — Incentives for developers in multiple industries
    — Developing hydrogen hubs for a national clean hydrogen network
    — Public-private partnerships and the future of hydrogen investment

    Moderator: Shankari Srinivasan, Global Gas, LNG and Low Carbon Gas Lead,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Douglas Schultz, COO, Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations,
    US Department of Energy
  • 10:30 am Networking and Refreshment Break
  • 11:15 am  PANEL DISCUSSION  New Technologies and Stakeholders for Hydrogen Infrastructure
    — Hydrogen projects across the US
    — Ammonia production and projects
    — Clean hydrogen production and projects
    — Hydrogen investment examples
    — Exploring the options for natural gas utilities

    Moderator: Mona Dajani, Global Co-Chair of Energy, Infrastructure and Hydrogen,
    Baker Botts
    Kristine Wiley, Vice President for Hydrogen,
    GTI Energy
    Susan Shifflett, Executive Director,
    Texas Hydrogen Alliance
    Yuri Freedman, Senior Director,
    SoCal Gas
    Douglas Dagan, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Renewable Energy,
    Suburban Propane
  • 12:15 pm Networking Lunch
  • Expanding the Market – Understanding Hydrogen Fundamentals

  • 1:30 pm  PANEL DISCUSSION  Investing in Hydrogen Infrastructure for Industry
    — Critical importance of decarbonizing heavy industries
    — Role of heavy industry in developing uses for hydrogen
    — Clean hydrogen and industrial materials
    — Evaluating clean hydrogen’s potential for fertilizers, refining, steel, and chemicals

    Moderator: Shankari Srinivasan, Global Gas, LNG and Low Carbon Gas Lead,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Hernan Henriquez, Vice President Sales,
    BayoTech
    Shiva Gupta, Director, Fuels and Chemicals,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Dave Marchese, CEO,
    Caliche Development Partners
  • 2:15 pm  PANEL DISCUSSION  Investment Outlook for Hydrogen Projects
    — Where are the opportunities for investors?
    — Evaluating risks and risk mitigation
    — Business models including incentives for hydrogen
    — The role of production tax credits
    — Factoring in tax incentives through 45V

    Moderator: Alicia McKnight, Partner,
    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
    Susan Gray, Head of Energy Transition and Sustainability,
    Argo Infrastructure Partners
    John Eleoterio, Managing Director, Sustainability Banking Group,
    Goldman Sachs
    Fanny Charrier, Hydrogen Americas Coordinator, Corporate & Leveraged Finance,
    Credit Agricole
  • 3:00 pm The Future of Low-CI Hydrogen is Behind the Meter
    — Hydrogen hubs are great if you’re a hub, but how do the rest of us get timely access to low-CI hydrogen?
    — A closer look at clean, non-electric hydrogen generation and recent deployments in the US
    — Sharing field results from the rapidly accelerating hydrogen marketplace outside of federal hydrogen hubs

    Moderator: Catherine Robinson, Executive Director, Research and Analysis,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Mothusi Pahl, Vice President, Business Development and Government Affairs,
    Modern Hydrogen
  • 3:30 pm Networking and Refreshment Break
  • 4:00 pm  PANEL DISCUSSION  Hydrogen Investment Challenges and 45V Tax Credits
    — Understanding the far-reaching implications of 45V
    — Impact on projects in the pipeline
    — New incentives for developers and offtakers

    Moderator: Durham McCormick, Partner,
    McGuireWoods LLP
    Antonio Fayad, Hydrogen Strategy and Origination,
    EDP
    Andy Steinhubl, Board Member,
    Center for Houston’s Future
    Christopher Barker, Managing Partner,
    Hyve1
  • 4:15 pm  CASE STUDIES  Hydrogen Deployment Technical Readiness
    — Hydrogen blending in natural gas distribution
    — Hydrogen blending in gas turbines
    — Technical and economical H2 transporting from producer to consumer

    Moderator: Brian Murphy, Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Ahmed Nossair, Director, New Energy Technologies,
    Enbridge
  • 5:15 pm Hydrogen Retrofit Advances and Applications to Existing Gas Turbine Power Plants
    — Advantages of carbon-free gas turbine bridge solution in renewable-dominated grids
    — Technical advances and breakthroughs commercially available
    — References, use cases and investment requirements
    — Supportive incentive ecosystem to accelerate solution adoption

    Moderator: Shankari Srinivasan, Global Gas, LNG and Low Carbon Gas Lead,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Jeff Benoit, Vice President, Global Clean Energy Solutions,
    PSM – a Hanwha Company
  • 5:45 pm Networking Cocktail Reception
Day 2
Wednesday, May 8, 2024
  • 8:00 am Networking Breakfast
  • 8:45 am Chairs’ Introduction: Hydrogen in The Global Marketplace
    Catherine Robinson, Executive Director, Research and Analysis,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Shankari Srinivasan, Global Gas, LNG and Low Carbon Gas Lead,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Hydrogen and Transportation – New Directions

  • 9:15 am  KEYNOTE SPEAKER  State Policies Supporting the Growth of Hydrogen
    Moderator: Brian Murphy, Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Roxana Bekemohammadi, Executive Director,
    US Hydrogen Alliance
  • 9:45 am  LEADERSHIP PANEL  The Value of Hydrogen for Truck Transportation
    — Hydrogen fuel cell EVs for heavy use including trucking
    — Key advantages of hydrogen trucking
    — California’s rules on decarbonization of trucking and how the new standards can be met
    — A short term outlook for hydrogen fueled trucks – Perspectives from outside USA
    — Overcoming challenges including the cost of hydrogen, availability of fueling infrastructure, securing a reliable supply of hydrogen

    Moderator: David Park, Industry Affairs Director,
    Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership
    Mike Ruddock, Manager, Hydrogen Business Development,
    Chevron
    Parker Meeks, CEO,
    Hyzon
    Benjamin Happek, Senior Manager,
    Hyundai Translead
  • 10:30 am Networking and Refreshment Break
  • 11:00 am  PANEL DISCUSSION  Hydrogen for Public Transportation
    — Advantages of hydrogen for bus lines, ferries, and railroad
    — Pioneering work in hydrogen fueled public transport
    — Converting fleets to hydrogen fuel cell
    — Addressing issues with reliability of hydrogen

    Moderator: Name, Title,
    Company
    John C. Andoh, Transit General Manager,
    Redding Area Bus Authority
    Seamus Murphy, Executive Director,
    Water Emergency Transportation Authority
    Olivia Arant, Acting Chief, Office of Assets and Equipment, Division of Transportation Planning,
    CALTRANS
  • 11:45 am Growing Market Share for Hydrogen Vehicles

    Abbas Ghandi, Modeling and Forecasting Analytics Senior Program Director,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • 12:15 pm Pricing For Hydrogen and Related Commodities Including Ammonia

    Alan Hayes, Head of Energy Transition Pricing,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • 12:45 pm Networking Lunch
  • Hydrogen Derivatives and the New Hydrogen Economy

  • 2:00 pm  CASE STUDY  Hydrogen and Sustainable Aviation Fuel
    — Reviewing opportunities for hydrogen fuel cell propulsion
    — Status of technology for hydrogen powered aircraft
    — Results of flight test campaigns
    — Outlook and opportunities for hydrogen and flight

    Moderator: Catherine Robinson, Executive Director, Research and Analysis,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    John Thomas, CEO,
    Connect Airlines
    Rod Williams, Chief Commercial Officer,
    Universal Hydrogen
  • 2:45 pm Green Ammonia Exports at Scale from the US Gulf Coast
    — Ammonia for power plants
    — Pilot projects for green ammonia
    — Building on international experience with ammonia terminals and infrastructure

    Moderator: Bala Suresh, Research and Analysis Director,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Brian Maxwell, Founder and CEO,
    Green Hydrogen International
  • 3:15 pm Chair’s Closing Remarks
  • 3:30 pm End of Conference
Times are US Pacific (PDT / GMT-08). Agenda subject to change.

Speakers

 
 
  • John C. Andoh, Transit General Manager,
    Redding Area Bus Authority
  • Olivia Arant, Acting Chief, Office of Assets and Equipment, Division of Transportation Planning,
    CALTRANS
  • Christopher Barker, Managing Partner,
    Hyve1
  • Roxana Bekemohammadi, Executive Director,
    US Hydrogen Alliance
  • Jeff Benoit, Vice President, Global Clean Energy Solutions,
    PSM- a Hanwha Company
  • Fanny Charrier, Hydrogen Americas Coordinator, Corporate & Leveraged Finance,
    Credit Agricole
  • Douglas Dagan, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Renewable Energy,
    Suburban Propane
  • Mona Dajani, Global Co-Chair of Energy, Infrastructure and Hydrogen,
    Baker Botts
  • Nuray Elci, Vice President of Renewables,
    Chevron
  • John Eleoterio, Managing Director, Sustainability Banking Group,
    Goldman Sachs
  • Antonio Fayad, Hydrogen Strategy and Origination,
    EDP
  • Yuri Freedman, Senior Director,
    SoCal Gas
  • Abbas Ghandi, Director, Energy and Mobility,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Susan Gray, Head of Energy Transition and Sustainability,
    Argo Infrastructure Partners
  • Shiva Gupta, Director, Fuels and Chemicals,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Benjamin Happek, Senior Manager,
    Hyundai Translead
  • Alan Hayes, Head of Energy Transition Pricing,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Hernan Henriquez, Vice President Sales,
    BayoTech
  • Katherine Leydon, Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Dave Marchese, CEO,
    Caliche Development Partners
  • Brian Maxwell, Founder and CEO,
    Green Hydrogen International
  • Durham McCormick, Partner,
    McGuireWoods LLP
  • Alicia McKnight, Partner,
    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
  • Parker Meeks, CEO,
    Hyzon
  • Patty Monahan, Commissioner,
    California Energy Commission
  • Brian Murphy, Senior Analyst, Hydrogen,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Seamus Murphy, Executive Director,
    Water Emergency Transportation Authority
  • Ahmed Nossair, Director, New Energy Technologies,
    Enbridge
  • Mothusi Pahl, Vice President, Business Development and Government Affairs,
    Modern Hydrogen
  • David Park, Industry Affairs Director,
    Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership
  • Catherine Robinson, Executive Director, Research and Analysis,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Michael Ruddock, Business Development Manager, Hydrogen,
    Chevron
  • Douglas Schultz, COO, Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations,
    US Department of Energy
  • Susan Shifflett, Executive Director,
    Texas Hydrogen Alliance
  • Shankari Srinivasan, Global Gas, LNG and Low Carbon Gas Lead,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Andy Steinhubl, Board Member,
    Center for Houston’s Future
  • Bala Suresh, Research and Analysis Director,
    S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • John Thomas, CEO,
    Connect Airlines
  • Kristine Wiley, Vice President for Hydrogen,
    GTI Energy
  • Rod Williams, Chief Commercial Officer,
    Universal Hydrogen

Sponsorship


Sponsors


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Become a sponsor

Download the brochureDemonstrate your strengths, raise your company profile, and maximize your ROI as we bring key industry players and decision-makers to you. At the S&P Global Commodity Insights Hydrogen Markets Conference, each sponsor has the opportunity to showcase their products and services and distinguish themselves from the competition. We offer a full range of opportunities and packages, and can even tailor solutions to suit your needs.

Download our Americas event portfolio brochure to learn more about our events and who attends.

Contact us to start a conversation about your goals and how you can lead the pack as an event sponsor: Martin Falkenberg, Commercial Partnerships Manager, at +1 617 320 6647 or [email protected].

Pricing

Main Conference

Super Early Bird Rate
Register by February 23
Early Bird Rate
Register by March 29
Standard Rate 

Delegate
$1,695    
$1,895    
$2,195    
Gov / Muni / Coops*
$1,495    
$1,495    
$1,495    
Utilities*
$1,495    
$1,495    
$1,495    
Groups *
Register 3 delegates, get 1 free    
Register 3 delegates, get 1 free    
Register 3 delegates, get 1 free    

Rates are in USD and are not inclusive of local taxes or VAT. Americas Region event terms and conditions apply.

* See FAQs for details on registering at a special rate.

Fundamentals Training Add-On*

Super Early Bird Rate
Register by February 23
Early Bird Rate
Register by March 29
Standard Rate
Delegate
$1,150    
$1,400    
$1,750    

Rates are in USD and are not inclusive of local taxes or VAT. Americas Region event terms and conditions apply.

* Training is an add-on to the conference and cannot be purchased independently.




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Venue

Event Venue
Hotel Del Coronado
1500 Orange Ave
Coronado, California 92118
Main hotel phone: +1 800 468 3533
Visit the hotel website

Discounted Accommodation
A limited number of rooms at the venue are available at a discounted rate for attendees. These rates apply for the nights of Sunday, May 5 through Tuesday, May 7, 2024 with the option to extend your stay up to 3 days prior and 3 days after the event dates (subject to hotel availability). The discounted rate will be available until Saturday, April 13, 2024, or the rooms sell out, whichever comes first. Please note that attendees are responsible for booking their own accommodations.

Room Rate
Run of House Guest Room — $459.00 USD per night + tax

Reservations *
Book your room online by clicking this reservation link. Alternatively, reservations may be made by calling the hotel directly at 1 800 468 3533 and mentioning code HMCON.

* Please note: S&P Global does not associate with third-party reservation agents and cannot guarantee their legitimacy. We advise you use the information we provide when making your reservations.

News & Insights

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FAQs

How to register

We offer three easy ways to register:

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Email: [email protected]

Phone: Toll Free: 800-752-8878
Outside the US & Canada:
+1 212-904-3070

Payment forms accepted

We only accept payment by credit card for this event.

Group rate

Your organization may send 1 person for free for every 3 people registered at the current delegate rate. All registrations must be from the same organization and made at the same time to qualify. The group rate is not retroactive. Your invoice will reflect 3 delegates at the current rate and 1 delegate at $0.

Gov/Coop/Muni rate

If you are an employee of a government, cooperative, or municipal agency, you qualify for the Gov/Coop/Muni special rate. To register, email us at [email protected] or call Toll Free: 800-752-8878
Outside the US & Canada:
+1 212-904-3070.

What to do if you get sick before an event

The health and safety of our attendees are of utmost importance. Currently, we require attendees to refrain from attending if feeling ill. We will apply a credit of your registration fee to your individual account, good for one (1) year or towards next year's event if you provide a doctor's note or proof of a positive test within three (3) days prior to the event start date. Contact us via email to [email protected]. For assistance, you may also reach out by phone: Toll Free: 800-752-8878
Outside the US & Canada:
+1 212-904-3070. We appreciate your cooperation as we work to keep everyone safe during these challenging times.

How to obtain a letter of invitation to apply for a travel visa

We can provide you with a letter of invitation to apply for a travel visa, which you should then send to the appropriate consulate or embassy of the event location. Please note:

  • — Your registration fee must be paid in full before a letter of invitation can be issued. There are no exceptions.
  • — Payment is considered full once money is posted to an order. Credit card payments are immediate. Wire transfer payments require at least 5 business days. Check payments require at least 10 business days.
  • — The visa application process can take weeks or even months, depending on the countries involved and time of year, so you should consider registering and paying as early as possible.

Once full payment has been made, please contact Customer Service to request a letter of invitation:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: Toll Free: 800-752-8878
Outside the US & Canada:
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Networking app

Event registration includes access to the networking app, available for your smartphone, tablet, and desktop (both iOS and Android). We'll send registrants details about logging in to the app as soon as it goes live. Please note that your registration must be paid in full to receive access.

Substitution policy (how to transfer your registration to a colleague)

If you’re not able to attend, we’re happy to transfer your registration to a member of your organization at no cost, up to 2 business days in advance of the event. Requests must be received in writing via email to [email protected], and are subject to approval. For assistance, you may also reach out by phone: Toll Free: 800-752-8878
Outside the US & Canada:
+1 212-904-3070

Cancellation policy

If you're not able to attend or send a colleague in your place, we accept cancellations and provide refunds if received in writing to [email protected] at least 30 days before the event. In the event of non-attendance, the full invoice fee will be payable.

Sponsorship opportunities

We offer a variety of standard and tailor-made sponsorship opportunities to fit your marketing and business-to-business needs—and your budget. Please reach out directly to the Business Development Manager for this event:

Martin Falkenberg

Phone: +1 617 320 6647

Email: [email protected]

Speaking opportunities

We're always looking for the best voices in the industry to share their experience and perspective on opportunities, challenges, and trends. Please reach out directly to the Conference Producer to discuss availability and suitability:

Ron Berg

Phone: +1 339 223 1981

Email: [email protected]

Press passes

We allow accredited media writing on behalf of major industry publications to cover the event at no charge. Please reach out to the contact below for press pass approval.

Bel Cevallos

Phone: +1 346 228 1991

Email: [email protected]

Event terms and conditions

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