Securing the financing needed to deliver commercial-scale hydrogen infrastructure will be key to the global energy transition. On November 18, White & Case, Arup, BNP Paribas, ENGIE and InterContinental Energy joined forces to discuss the issues around banking hydrogen projects in the wake of COP26.
Moderated by White & Case partner Jamie Franklin, partner Fergus Smith from White & Case joined panelists Thomas Briault from Arup, Chris Ruffa from BNP Paribas, Jerome Hamilton from ENGIE and Philip Jones from InterContinental Energy, providing insights on "carte blanche" for hydrogen project financing and the process of developing a hydrogen bankability framework.
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