Welcome to the GET2024 Hydrogen and Energy Storage Conference

The increasing shift from fossil-based energy sources to (intermittent) renewable energy sources creates an enormous demand for energy storage solutions. The geosciences will be critical to develop and deploy these solutions: Only the subsurface offer capacities in the GWh to TWh range which will be critical for buffering of weekly to seasonal fluctuations; and it holds the rare minerals that battery storage depends on. 

GET2024 provides a platform for presenting and discussing the latest developments on hydrogen and energy storage and to showcase emerging pilots and commercial projects. The conference also welcomes contributions on naturally occurring hydrogen, which holds the promise of a large-scale and low-cost low-carbon energy source.

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Hydrogen and energy storage conference as part of GET is bringing together all professionals in geoscience that are active in the field of hydrogen and energy storage. 

It is a very inspiring platform to get to know about latest developments and to understand what the most recent trends are. And it is exciting this year that we will have for the first time a dedicated conference programme for all geoscientists, geologists, engineers and other professionals who are working with projects, researches that are directly linked to hydrogen and energy storage. 

Call for
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Hydrogen and
Energy Storage

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

Submit your abstract
before 30 June 2024

  • Hydrogen and underground gas storage
  • Hydrogen or ammonia storage in Wells, Tunnels, Lined Rock Caverns
  • Compressed air energy storage
  • Underground thermal storage
  • Underground pumped hydro storage
  • Pilot projects and Case studies
  • Geological resources for subsurface energy storage
  • Mineralogical, microbiological, geochemical, and diagenetic considerations for storage
  • Seal characterization, containment risk assessment and site safety
  • Storage performance (incl. fluid transport, mixing, efficiency)
  • Monitoring of energy storage sites
  • Mechanism of natural hydrogen generation, migration and trapping
  • Rate limiting factors of natural hydrogen generation
  • Basins and hydrogen system modelling
  • Exploration for natural hydrogen
  • Hydrogen production challenges and opportunities
  • Stimulated or accelerated hydrogen production
  • Pilot projects and Case studies
  • Demand and use-case scenarios modelling
  • Techno-economic assessment
  • Social acceptance and regulatory framework
  • Case studies

Commitee List

  • Annick Loschester
    BRGM
  • Karin de Borst
    Shell
  • Nur Schuba
    University of Texas At Austin
  • Susanne Kuchling
    DGMK
  • Marcin Glegola
    Shell
  • Daniel Palmowski
    Terranta
  • Sam Xie
    Curtin University
  • Dariusz Strapoc
    SLB
  • Hadi Hajibeygi
    TU Delft
  • Rader Abdul Fattah
    TNO
  • Piotr Krawiec, BP
  • Richard Schultz, Orion Geomechanics LLC
  • Cristina Yuste Fernandez, Trinity Energy Storage
  • Christian Heine, Shell
  • Jennifer Findlay, CGG
  • Carla Martin Clave
    Atkinsrealis
  • Annick Loschester BRGM
  • Karin de Borst Shell
  • Nur Schuba University of Texas At Austin
  • Susanne Kuchling DGMK
  • Marcin Glegola Shell
  • Daniel Palmowski Terranta
  • Walter Rietveld BP
  • Sam Xie Curtin University
  • Dariusz Strapoc SLB
  • Hadi Hajibeygi TU Delft
  • Rader Abdul Fattah TNO
Registration Opens Soon

The deadlines are following the Local Time in the Netherlands.

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