As promised at the kick-off workshop of the Aquamarine Project, Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd (HGS) continued the workshop series and held the Aquamarine Project Workshop II on 1 October 2021, online again. The main goal of the Aquamarine Workshop II was to provide information to the organisations concerned by supporting and licensing the project. Ákos Kriston, CEO of HGS opened the workshop and gave a welcome speech.
During the Workshop, HGS’s Aquamarine team described how the project ties in with the hydrogen strategy of the European Union, Hungary and the MVM Group, also covering the technical content and current status of the project, together with the state of plans regarding the site installation of key equipment supplied by Ganzair Ltd. Following this, 1st milestone research results related to the project were presented in active cooperation with the universities and institutions involved in the project:
University of Miskolc KFGI (Natural Gas Engineering Department)
University of Miskolc EIKI (Research Institute of Electronics and Information Technology)
University of Debrecen
University of Pannonia
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
“Next year, we will be back with another workshop providing an update on the status of the project and giving an overview of the research work” – Lajos Erdélyi, Aquamarine Project Head.
The presentation of the Workshop can be accessed at the following link (we are sorry that the presentation is available in Hungarian only, but should you have any questions, please contact us):