One of the many features of hydrogen that makes it an exciting area is that there is not a single ‘typical’ project and what is considered market standard is still very much developing. Having said that, projects can be grouped into broad categories and there are common features worth recognizing. In this episode, we present a brief introduction into possible structures for hydrogen projects – working through examples and noting the similarities (and differences) to projects which may be more familiar, such as LNG production and conventional power generation.
This 19-minute presentation is part of our FLN Introduction to Hydrogen series where we explore what makes this clean fuel crucial to decarbonise our societies. View all episodes on our website here.
Jackson Allen is Counsel in the Projects, Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure group of Allen & Overy. Jackson has broad energy and resources experience, in particular project development and marketing. Jackson has extensive experience in oil and gas, in particular LNG value chains. More recently Jackson has focussed on energy transition, including renewable power and hydrogen. He is a core member of A&O’s global Hydrogen and Carbon Capture Interest Group which co-ordinates and collaborates on the firm’s engagement with these technologies. Jackson’s experience also extends to sale and construction of infrastructure including FSRUs, pipelines and storage facilities. Jackson’s experience, in particular in the APAC region, saw awarded ‘Rising Star’ for Energy & Natural Resources by the IFLR Rising Star Awards Asia-Pacific 2021.
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