Event Start:
13 Jun 2021 06:00 PM
Event End:
13 Jun 2021 08:00 PM
Conrad Hotel, Dubai
Venue Information:
Conrad Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Rd, Trade CentreTrade Centre 1, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Event Summary:

Hydrogen in the Middle East

Hydrogen has transformative potential as a sustainable and renewable fuel, and has a broad range of chemical and industrial purposes. International engagement with hydrogen is already underway with more than 200 large scale projects at various points of the hydrogen value chain announced globally, and a total investment pipeline of more than $300 billion.

Whilst there is a growing interest in hydrogen globally, the Middle East has some unique advantages that could allow it to become a global leader in hydrogen. Investment in green and blue hydrogen could be crucial to the Middle East transitioning to a more sustainable economy and energy market. Whilst there are major challenges to overcome, the Middle East may be in an ideal position to capitalise on the increased global focus on green hydrogen, and in the same way that the Middle East became a global leader in oil and gas, could leverage upon the existing supply chains and expertise to become a leader in hydrogen.

We are delighted to be hosting our first in-person event of the year, which will provide a general overview of the hydrogen sector in the Middle East, targeted at FLN members who are new to the sector, or those who want to learn more from our speakers who are working in the sector.



5.30pm Registration 

6.00pm Welcome and Introduction
Eleanor Morris, Associate, Addleshaw Goddard and Middle East FLN Committee Member

6.05pm Introduction to Hydrogen
Cornelius Matthes, CEO, Dii Desert Energy

6.45pm Hydrogen in Industry, Opportunities and Challenges
Dr Malcolm Robert Cook, Vice President and Head of Business Development (MENA), Thyssenkrupp  

7.30pm Q&A

8.00pm Networking hosted by Addleshaw Goddard


View Addleshaw Goddard's The Future of Hydrogen series.


Please note that this event will be held in English. There is limited capapcity due to restrictions, book early to avoid disappointment.

*Whilst we look forward to welcoming you back to our in-person sessions, all events will adhere to Government guidelines at the time of the event, and therefore may be cancelled or changed at short notice.

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This event will adhere to all COVID safety measures in line with the government’s guidelines at the time of the event and therefore may be subject to late cancellation or changes. As part of this registration, we will share your name, job title, organisation, email and mobile phone number with the event host. Contact details will only be used by the event host in response to a COVID emergency. Your information will not be shared with a third party. If you do NOT agree to this, you must NOT register for this event.


Addleshaw Goddard


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