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Hydrogen Storage and Transportation

Updated: Aug 31, 2022

Typically based on 3 x 3-hour sessions for online training.

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Course objectives – is this for you?

This course is intended for those seeking a thorough understanding of how hydrogen fuel can be stored, transported and distributed from production to end-use – and why this is of central importance in determining how the hydrogen landscape will develop.

You will leave with a clearly explained review of hydrogen storage and distribution options and how they compare, in language accessible to a business person. To evaluate their likely growth trajectories, you will understand and quantify the pros and cons of competing solutions, such as liquid hydrogen, ammonia and 'LOHCs'.

You will assess the practical, economic and efficiency factors at play, and be brought fully up-to-date on the current status of the market, illustrated by examples from around the world.


Session 1: Hydrogen practicalities, safety, compression and liquification

Hydrogen isn’t an easy molecule to handle, bringing with it big challenges compared to our well-established fossil fuel supply chains. An essential summary of the processes and penalties in moving and storing hydrogen in its molecular form.

Session 2: Moving hydrogen in carriers (ammonia, LOHCs and solids)

A critical review of the range of options available to store and move hydrogen within other chemical compounds, including a comparison of the energy penalties, practicalities and deployment challenges associated with each of them.

Session 3: Market requirements and growth factors (competitive environment)

An analysis of the market factors, physical constraints and geopolitical considerations which will determine the rate and ultimate quantitative size of hydrogen storage and transportation supply chains.

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