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The Safe Transport/Delivery of Hydrogen: A Global Perspective

Live Wednesday, October 26, 2022, 10:00am-11:30am EDT
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Safely transporting, delivering and transferring liquid and gaseous hydrogen is more complicated than ever. Join this webinar to gain a better understanding of the hydrogen fill and delivery infrastructure and the safety considerations related to it.

We will address both liquefied hydrogen and gaseous hydrogen as you learn about global safety issues for over the road hydrogen transport and delivery into the final receiving systems. We will examine delivery vehicle/containers including liquid hydrogen delivery vehicles, tube trailers (Type 1– 4), cylinders and portable banks. We will delve into specific safety categories such as fill, transport and delivery procedures as well as codes, standards and other laws. Through a study of incidents involving the transport/transfer of hydrogen, we’ll gain important insight and take back lessons learned to apply to your own work. Feel free to bring your questions—the webinar will conclude with a 30 minute Q & A.  

You will learn about:

  • The important safety considerations for the transport of gaseous or liquid hydrogen over the road
  • The safety aspects of tube trailers for both gaseous and liquid hydrogen
  • Safe work practices for the filling of tube trailers at hydrogen production sites
  • Safe work practices for the transfer of gaseous/liquid hydrogen at a delivery site
  • Learnings from incidents involving transport/transfer of hydrogen”

Dave Farese

Dave is a member of the Hydrogen Safety Panel and currently works for Air Products. He joined Air Products in 1989 and has served in several  engineering and operations positions. Nearly all of this time has been spent working with hydrogen and on hydrogen related systems. He currently is the Lead Engineer for the Complex and Revenue Projects team within the Customer Engineering group. His responsibilities include leading a team of engineers to design, build, and install complex gas delivery systems to support customer needs. These systems usually require high pressure and/or high...Read more

Thomas Witte

Tom has been a member of the Hydrogen Safety Panel since 2015. He graduated valedictorian from Villanova University as a Chemical Engineer in 1983.  He promptly began working for Air Products and Chemicals designing industrial gas systems (nitrogen, oxygen, argon, helium, and hydrogen).  Tom has been involved in the installation of thousands of cryogenic and gaseous systems, including hydrogen-fueling stations.  He was the North American Engineering Manager for Air Products and Chemicals prior to retiring from Air Products in 2014 to start his own consulting company,...Read more

You will be able to download and print a certificate for PDH credits after you have attended the webinar.



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