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30 September 2022, 12:00 to 13:00

Tech20: Organic natural hydrogens’ role in the energy transition



30 September 2022, 12:00 to 13:00



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This unique series presents a dynamic range of technology focused topics where you'll have the chance to learn, engage and connect. Each event is split into three sessions - a 20 minute presentation, 20 minute Q&A and 20 minute opportunity to network. Find out more and catch up here. 




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The rollout of conventional hydrogen technologies is facing headwinds of raw material competition, finished component availability, and regulatory and licensing hurdles. Can the novel idea of natural hydrogen alleviate these issues?

Natural hydrogen has been overlooked as a contributor to the decarbonisation effort, however, within the context of existing hydrogen technologies, this could be used to create tangible solutions quicker than without.

Join us for our first hybrid Tech20, where John Hanson will provide new insight into organic hydrogen and what this means in terms of exploration and production.





John's Bio:


John Hanson is a student of earth sciences having a formative career in hydrocarbon field development. He created his own geology consultancy but moved across into The City by studying for a diploma in Technical Analysis. John started as a product controller in a proprietary trading house and then moved into project finance at an investment bank. He moved back to consulting doing business analysis, strategic finance and energy work. John has a keen interest in the energy transition and the nascent hydrogen economy, which he believes has a large gap that can be filled by natural hydrogen to decarbonise energy intensive industries.