Argus Clean Ammonia Middle East Conference on January 30-February 01, 2024 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Connecting global clean ammonia markets to the Middle East and North Africa, join us at the Argus Clean Ammonia Middle East conference between 30 January and 01 February 2024 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Featuring panel discussions, fireside chats and interactive audience Q and A sessions, participants will benefit from gaining new insights into the Middle East, North African and Indian markets as well as the opportunity to discuss key issues with industry peers.

Agenda highlights:

Tuesday, 30 January: Pre-conference networking

- Pre-conference networking reception

Wednesday, 31 January: CCS and carbon markets workshop and main conference

Registration and exhibition area open:

- Registration opens.

CCS and carbon workshop passholders only:

- CCS and carbon storage technology: Is it the silver bullet?

- Using CCS to make blue ammonia a viable export: Is it feasible?

- Networking breakfast.

- Introduction to carbon markets for the clean ammonia sector.

- How has the Middle East created an efficient marketplace for carbon?

- Navigating through carbon borders: How will CBAM affect Middle Eastern trade into Europe?

Main conference presentations:

- Producers welcome.

- Chairperson's opening remarks.

- Government VIP keynote.

- Host keynote.

- Keynote: Sustainable solutions - creating a trustworthy playbook for clean ammonia exports.

- Certification and global standards workshop with AEA: Drafting new standards for clean ammonia.

Thursday, 1 February: Main conference

- Chairperson's opening remarks.

- Investing in green ammonia: Building the industry from the ground up.

- The potential of clean ammonia beyond traditional end-users: Can clean ammonia help decarbonise transport and heavy industries?

- Setting sail: How does the Middle East play a key role as a strategic fuelling point for shipping and bunkering clean ammonia?

- Case study: How will India make green ammonia cost competitive?

- Case study: Tapping into North Africa's potential for clean ammonia and hydrogen production.

- Industry round-up: What's next for the clean ammonia sector in the Middle East?

URLs:
Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/1908752-0?pid=10008
Inquiries: https://go.evvnt.com/1908752-3?pid=10008

Time: 5:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Prices:

1 x three-day in-person conference pass (early bird rate expires 24 November): USD 1599.00,

3 x three-day in-person conference pass (early bird rate expires 24 November): USD 4078.00,

5 x three-day in-person conference pass (early bird rate expires 24 November): USD 5997.00,

1 x three-day in-person conference pass (standard rate): USD 1899.00,

3 x three-day in-person conference pass (standard rate): USD 4843.00,

5 x three-day in-person conference pass (standard rate): USD 7122.00,

1 x add on: CCS and carbon markets workshop (limited places available): USD 599.00

Speakers: David Edmondson, Chief Executive Officer, NEOM Green Hydrogen Company (NGHC), Vibeke Rasmussen, Senior Vice President Product Management and Certification, Yara Clean Ammonia, Frank Wouters, Chairman and Director, MENA Hydrogen Alliance and EU-GCC Clean Energy Technology Network, Vineet Mittal, Chairman, Avaada Group, Ashwani Dudeja, President and Director (Green Hydrogen and Ammonia), ACME Group, Andrea Guati-Rojo, Stakeholder Relations Manager, Ammonia Energy Association, Andrea Valentini, Principal, Consulting Services, Argus, Tim Cheyne, Senior Vice President Fertilizers, Argus, Ruth Sharpe, Editor - Ammonia, Argus, Stefan Kruempelmann, Hydrogen and Future Fuels Editor, Argus, Atsushi Suzuki, Chief Executive Officer, Marubeni Middle East and Africa Power Limited, Syed Arsal Ahmed, Vice President - Infrastructure Finance, HSBC, Secil Torun, Vice President - Engineering and Technical Project Management, ENGIE, Ahmed Elshazy, Economic Research Analyst, Suez Canl Authority, Seonghoon Woo, Chief Executive Officer, Amogy, Cornelius Matthes, Chief Executive Officer, Dii Desert Energy

Name: Argus Media