Virtual Meetup: A Young Engineers Perspective on Hydrogen

In the pursuit of meeting the world's energy demands and climate goals, renewable energy sources have proven themselves to be invaluable. Hydrogen, historically utilized in the industrial sector, has shown potential for residential applications as a supplement or replacement for natural gas. During this MeetUp session, you will hear from a panel of Young and Senior Pipeline Engineers discuss their experiences and general insights and perspectives related to hydrogen as an energy source.

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Meet the experts

Daniel Bahrenburg, Integrity Engineer for ROSEN USA

Daniel Bahrenburg is an Integrity Engineer with ROSEN and a corporate member representative for Young Pipeline Professionals USA. His field of expertise is primarily focused on pipeline movement, bending strain and geohazard threat management.

Ollie Burkinshaw, Senior Materials Engineer for ROSEN

Ollie Burkinshaw is a Senior Materials Engineer with ROSEN Integrity Solutions, where he currently works on projects and service development around hydrogen applications, as well as material verification services that incorporate approaches based on In-Line Inspection, non-destructive and destructive testing. Ollie has 10 years' experience with roles in integrity engineering, manufacturing and consultancy roles. He holds a Master's and Bachelor's degree in Materials Science & Metallurgy from the University of Cambridge.

Matthew Wilpert, Senior Engineer

Matthew Wilpert is a professional engineer with 16 years of experience in the Western Canadian Oil and Natural Gas industry holding roles in hydraulic modelling, facility engineering, project development and now commercial. Recently, Matthew's hydrogen experience has lead him to co-leading development efforts to launch a comprehensive study that will determine the feasibility of hydrogen blending with natural gas on existing high pressure transmission assets in British Columbia, Canada.

Virtual Meetup Series 2022

​Join engaging live calls by attending our Virtual Meetup Series in 2022! Take your professional development into your own hands through attending this flexible learning format focusing on exchange with peers and experts! Whether you are at the office, on your lunch break, or in your home office, actively discuss specific topics and increase your skills – straightforward and in a very short time. Quick. Virtual. Live.

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