Webinar: Clean Industrial Asset Management (Wed May 19)

Clean Industrial Asset Management

Wednesday May 19, 2021 - 4 PM CEST

In the light of sustainability goals and the energy transition, a risk-driven and holistic approach is needed to re-assess current industry practices. Looking for lean processes and opportunities for limiting pollution, and reducing energy and material losses in production and the rest of the chain will be beneficial for reducing the carbon footprint. It is the right time for an accelerated replacement of old polluting, energy-inefficient and less productive installations, creating opportunities for upgrades using state-of-the-art technology.

Where do you start, and which steps do you have to undertake in this journey? What are the main challenges, and how do you overcome them? How do you determine which technologies are the best fit for your situation? Jack Doomernik and Mariia Troian bring you up to speed in this webinar. 

Jack and Mariia will talk about:

  • Industry trends and 2050 sustainability goals
  • Business drivers for the energy transition and circularity
  • Sustainability  assessments as a starting point for an action roadmap
  • A systematic approach for a sustainable journey

SPEAKERS

Dr. ir. Jack Doomernik MM  |  Principal Consultant

Jack Doomernik has over 30 years’ experience in engineering and consultancy. Jack has obtained his PhD in 2017 at the Faculty of Applied Economics at the University of Antwerp. Currently he works as a consultant for Stork, a Fluor company, in the Asset Management Technology department, focusing on the decarbonization of industry. Besides his activities at Stork, he is a professor responsible for the Smart Energy research program at Avans University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

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Mariia Troian  |  Market Intelligence Analyst 

Mariia Troian is a young energy professional with cross-disciplinary experience and a focus on a systemic view on the energy transition. To gain more knowledge and insights on this complex subject, Mariia followed the Hanze University Master Energy for Society. To complete this Master, Mariia performed her thesis research at Stork to investigate the possibilities and market position of off-grid hydrogen aggregates produced by Stork.

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