Low carbon footprint fuels are a foundational component for a sustainable energy society. Many governments are planning or have begun mandating transitions to renewable energy sources. With energy transitions expected as early as 2026 in some parts of Europe to 2050 throughout much of the United States, the goals demand collaboration with industry stakeholders to optimize the overall transition effort.
Building upon the rich history of the current energy infrastructure, it is critical to ensure that safety is the driver in this energy transition. Whether transporting a hydrogen blend or 100% hydrogen, there are key technical issues that will need to be overcome.
The scope of the Emerging Fuels Symposium will be to address the challenges and opportunities for the transport and storage of hydrogen; renewable natural gas; carbon capture, transport, and sequestration (CCTS); and biofuels.
Co-hosted by Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI), Australian Pipeline & Gas Association (APGA), Future Fuels CRC (FFCRC), The European Gas Research Group (GERG), and the European Pipeline Research Group (EPRG), the Emerging Fuels Symposium will be held to resolve the technical gaps that exist as the global industry transitions to low carbon energy solutions using the existing pipeline asset infrastructure.