CONNECTING INDUSTRIES

  • 06 march 2018
  • 13:00
  • LOCATION: Feijenoord Stadium
  • Rotterdam
  • The Netherlands
Here it is! Our next event of the Oil & Gas Reinvented Community:
CONNECTING INDUSTRIES Creating value from SYSTEM INTEGRATION.
 
6 March 2018, Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Afternoon from 13:00 – 16:30h & Evening from 18:00 – 21:00h 
A walking dinner is offered in between the two sessions from 16:45 - 17:45h.
Sign up now, as there is limited capacity!
Deadline for registration ends on Tuesday 26 February  2018.

We are pleased to invite you to CONNECTING INDUSTRIES, the first event in a series of three events within the overall 2018 annual theme ‘System Integration’. We think that recognizing the shared purpose that our industries have in the energy sector and triggering innovative collaboration among them is a first step to take position in a changing energy landscape for us all. Central to our upcoming event, therefore, is the question how we can successfully connect industries and create more value throughout the energy supply chain.
 
In the afternoon the Connecting Industries theme opens with talks on opportunities for the process industry and potential for Electrification, Automation and Digitalization (Power-to-X). 
Thereafter, members get together to discuss and work on recent developments in the regular Working Group meetings on Digital Oil & Gas, Offshore Energy, CC(U)S, Geothermal Energy and the Young Professionals.

The evening program delves into some promising projects and developments where successful integration of industries has been applied. Subjects that will be touched upon are, among others, the integration of power-to-gas technology in the refinery industry and how the powerful connection between Energy and Dataport Eemshaven and the Biobased chemicals and recycling cluster in Delfzijl has given rise to an efficient and competitive green port complex.
 
After a panel discussion between the guest speakers, scientists and industry experts, the evening ends with networking and drinks. We hope to see you all on March 6th 2018 at the Feyenoord SWe are pleased to invite you to CONNECTING INDUSTRIES, the first event in a series of three events within the overall 2018 annual theme ‘System Integration’. We think that recognizing the shared purpose that our industries have in the energy sector and triggering innovative collaboration among them is a first step to take position in a changing energy landscape for us all. Central to our upcoming event, therefore, is the question how we can successfully connect industries and create more value throughout the energy supply chain.
 
In the afternoon the Connecting Industries theme opens with talks on opportunities for the process industry and potential for Electrification, Automation and Digitalization (Power-to-X). 
Thereafter, members get together to discuss and work on recent developments in the regular Working Group meetings on Digital Oil & Gas, Offshore Energy, CC(U)S, Geothermal Energy and the Young Professionals.

The evening program delves into some promising projects and developments where successful integration of industries has been applied. Subjects that will be touched upon are, among others, the integration of power-to-gas technology in the refinery industry and how the powerful connection between Energy and Dataport Eemshaven and the Biobased chemicals and recycling cluster in Delfzijl has given rise to an efficient and competitive green port complex.

One of our special guests Prof. Dr. Gerald Linke (Chairman of the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water in Germany), will give us a view on the development of the system integration and programs in Germany.
 
After a panel discussion between the guest speakers, scientists and industry experts, the evening ends with networking and drinks. We hope to see you all on March 6th 2018 at the Feyenoord Stadium in Rotterdam!
 
We will share the details of the program with you shortly. Meanwhile, make sure to save the date and head over to our LinkedIn page and forum (membership required) to start the discussion on energy storage! 

Agenda

Afternoon

13:00 Words of welcome and safety instructions
Jan Douwe KroeskeModerator
13:10 Presentation: Integration in the process industry
Tjeerd JongsmaDirector at Institute for Sustainable Process Technology
13:25 Presentation: Sustainable feedstock for the chemical industry
Volker HirschSiemens AG
13:40 Working Groups / round table sessions
  • Offshore Energy
  • Digital Oil and Gas
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Young Professionals
  • CCUS
16:00 Feedback Working Group Leaders
16:30 Start walking dinner and networking
Location:
Feijenoord Stadium
van Zandvlietplein 1
3077 AA Rotterdam
The Netherlands

Evening

16:30 Start Walking dinner and networking
18:00 Welcome and safety instructions
Jan Douwe KroeskeModerator
18:10 Words of Welcome by Siemens
Gert Bravenboer‎Managing Director Divisions Digital Factory and Proces Industries & Drives, Siemens Netherlands N.V.
18:25 Presentation: “Energy Transition and System Integration in Germany”
Frank GröschlLeiter Technologie und Innovationsmanagement by DVGW
18:45 Presentation: Project integration "Power to gas" into refinery
Stefan EngelshoveSiemens AG
18:55 Presentation: Project ZERO: The roadmap towards zero carbon emission in energy and industrial cluste
Cas KönigCEO at Groningen Seaports NV
19:10 Presentation: NFUEL: the solution for storing sustainable electrical energy in the form of a liquid
Bob Weehuizen, Project Development Manager, Proton VenturesRob Rob Stevens, VP Technology Scouting at Yara International
19:30 Panel discussion
Panel:
  • Prof.dr.ir. Paulien Herder, Professor at Delft University of Technology,
    Dutch Topsector Energy
  • Cas König,  CEO at Groningen Seaports NV
  • Hans Grünfeld, Managing Director at Royal VEMW
  • Tjeerd Jongsma, Director at Institute for Sustainable Process Technology
20:00 Final remarks
Jan Douwe Moderator
20:05 Start networking and drinks
21:00 End
Location:
Feijenoord Stadium
van Zandvlietplein 1
3077 AA Rotterdam
The Netherlands
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