Engineering the Energy Transition Seminar


Rotterdam, the Netherlands




The global shift to decarbonisation will be unlike any other major engineering change in history, as it will rely on reusing and repurposing existing infrastructure, as well as integrating with new facilities. How can old and new work together? What are the key new things that must be learnt, and what hard won engineering experience must not be forgotten? What must engineers know now to engineer the future? Hear expert views at this seminar.


Attendance is free of charge for delegates from EEMUA member and associate companies. For members and associates registering on the website for the first time, please note that there is an additional validation step. In this case, we recommend registering for the event only after the ‘Welcome to EEMUA’ communication has been received. This will ensure that once logged in you will have free entry to the event. 

Limited spaces are available to delegates from higher education establishments, i.e. staff and full time students, at a reduced rate. All delegates from higher education establishments will be required to provide us with confirmation of their status accordingly, e.g. copy of student ID card, personnel ID card, etc.

Accomodation is not included in the registration and will need to be organised separately. 

Would you like to exhibit at the event? 
If you are a business looking to connect with owners/operators and other service providers across all sectors, then why not exhibit at the event. Contact Ashley Males, Training and Events Coordinator on for further details.

Who should attend:

For technical staff who find they are now looking beyond the computer and calculator and those who are in a leadership position in engineering.


EEMUA Member £ 0 - EEMUA Members and Associates
Non-member £ 300 - Non-member
£ 90 - Higher Education


09:50 - 10:00Welcome and Introduction
10:00 - 10:35Large Scale Hydrogen Storage: Key Challenges for Asset Owners
10:35 - 11:10Smart Grids: Connecting Net-Zero Energy Systems
11:10 - 11:30BREAK
11:30 - 12:05Loss of Containment: Risks for H2, CO2 and NH3 leaks and prevention
12:05 - 12:40Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage: Case Studies
12:40 - 13:40LUNCH
13:40 - 14:15Regulation and Policy: Unlocking Barriers and Supporting Industry in Decarbonisation
14:15 - 14:35BREAK
14:35 - 15:10Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS): Its Role in achieving Net Zero
15:10 - 15:45Integrating Renewable technologies with Hydrogen Production
15:45 - 16:15Question and answer session