October 27, 2022

Introduction to Hydrogen


Virtual, Instructor-Led

Event Overview

This class will provide a high-level, non-technical overview of current US hydrogen consumption, the most widely used hydrogen production processes and existing facilities. It will explore several avenues to produce hydrogen and compare the costs of hydrogen produced from different processes. We will examine the characteristics of hydrogen and compare hydrogen with natural gas as a fuel in direct combustion applications. Finally, we will consider possible challenges and implications for natural gas midstream and downstream facilities and operations arising from blending or substituting hydrogen for methane in natural gas transport and delivery facilities.

By successfully completing this course, participants will have a clear understanding of hydrogen’s purpose in the global and domestic economy, social, environmental, financial, and safety impacts to consider, and how our hydrogen has a role in consumable energy consumption today.

Attendees will receive 2 Professional Development Hours (PDH) upon completion.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the essential characteristics of hydrogen and hydrogen use.
  • Understand the pros and cons of blended or integrated hydrogen and natural gas energies.
  • Identify the various types of hydrogens and their environmental benefits.
  • Familiarize yourself with modern-day hydrogen production and consumption.

 

Who Should Attend

Any relatively new employee of a gas industry entity and experienced gas industry professionals (administrative, financial, operations, legal, marketing, and other disciplines) seeking to broaden their understanding of the natural gas industry.

Meet Your Instructor

J. Richard Moore

Dick Moore has more than 40 years of experience in the energy industry including jobs in both regulated and unregulated segments of this industry. He has held senior management positions in oil and gas exploration and production companies, interstate and intrastate natural gas pipelines, gas and electric utilities as well as natural gas gathering, processing and marketing companies.

Mr. Moore previously served on the Board of Directors of the Gas Processors Association and has held a position as adjunct faculty in the economics department at Richland College in Dallas. He serves as faculty for the Energy Executive Course at the University of Idaho and the Legislative Energy Horizons Institute of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region as well as the Professional Development Institute at the University of North Texas and has been a speaker on energy topics for the Maguire Energy Institute at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

When

From 10-27-2022 2:00 pm CST until 10-27-2022 4:00 pm CST


Where

Registration Information
Members $300
Non-Members $390

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Who can attend?

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

Have any questions? Contact us. memberservices@southerngas.org