Future of Gas II – Part of the Safety Excellence in Energy Series
4 - 5 February 2019
ERM will be a sponsor at the second annual HSE Future of Gas Event (Future of Gas II) as part of the Safety Excellence in Energy Series.
Following on from last year's event, this conference will bring together a high calibre of speakers presenting their views on how decarbonisation can really happen in the UK and the importance of future of the gas system to achieve this. There will be representation from industry, academia, policy and technology covering the full spectrum of opportunities and challenges. New projects will be discussed and updates, new learning and developments from current projects looking at partial and full decarbonisation of the gas supply will be showcased.
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ERM at Future of Gas II
Drinks Reception Sponsor
ERM is sponsoring the drinks reception held in the impressive Maxwell Library where you will be able to network with David Caine, Principal Consultant and Jenny McLaren, Client Development Manager.
5 February 2019
David Caine is a Principal Consultant at ERM and will be chairing the session and panel discussion on day 2. David is looking forward to engaging rich debate on this exciting, innovative, and highly relevant topic.
David Caine is a Principal Consultant in ERM with a background in Process Safety and Energy Transition. David has worked in a number of different environments and countries, including spending two years based in Abu Dhabi. He is a Chartered Engineer with a Master’s degree in Business Administration. His responsibilities are focused on the development of new approaches, technologies and business through close collaboration.
David has been involved with a variety of projects for clients in the energy sectors (including hydrogen). These projects have offered experience at various stages of the development life cycle, including Concept, Engineering Design, Commissioning, Operational, and Decommissioning phases. David has worked closely with clients to implement risk analysis models for projects, including developing bespoke risk assessment methodologies. Most recently this includes development of a risk assessment model for Hydrogen operation through the UK National Grid.