Navigating Today’s Hydrogen Market: An EPC’s Perspective

May 22, 2024
Join experts from S&B to gain a fresh perspective on recent EPC trends in the “green” and “blue” hydrogen and derivatives market. During this webinar, you’ll also receive a deep dive into emerging alternative models for project execution and risk sharing.

May 22, 2024 
2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 11:00 AM PT / 7:00 PM GMT 
Duration: 1 hour
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Experts from S&B will discuss the latest trends in the “green” and “blue” hydrogen, ammonia, and methanol markets from the perspective of an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firm. Topics will include equipment selection, electrolyzer technologies, plant capacities, carbon intensities, and levelized costs.   
Attendees will also learn first-hand about the latest advances in emerging alternative models for project execution and risk sharing.




Blane Vincent 
Title: Vice President, Commercial 
Company: S&B

Blane Vincent is the Vice President, Commercial for S&B, an integrated EPC company that designs and builds some of the largest and most complex industrial facilities in the world. With more than 18 years of experience in the energy sector, Blane’s extensive experience includes developing EPC projects for clients throughout North and South America, including downstream refining; petrochemicals; midstream gas processing; NGL fractionation; LPG exports; and hydrogen projects.

For the last three years, Blane has been active in the green hydrogen market, developing and executing projects ranging from 40MW to 400MW that utilize different electrolyzer technologies, including hydrogen liquefaction for developers, major energy companies and renewable power providers.

Hunter Howe 
Title: Vice President, Operations 
Company: S&B

Hunter Howe is Vice President of Operations with S&B, and has more than 17 years of experience in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) industry.  For the past 14 years, Hunter has helped support S&B’s engineering operation teams in pursuit and execution of projects in the green hydrogen, circular economy, and renewable fuels markets in addition to traditional oil, gas and chemical markets.  

Over the last three years, Hunter has focused on supporting S&B’s efforts in diversification into the energy transition market – successfully bringing clients a single EPC solution from early project development through construction execution.  Hunter holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Clemson University.

Clint Johnson 
Title: Vice President, Project Development 
Company: S&B

Clint Johnson is Vice President of Project Development for S&B. In this role, Clint engages with clients early to optimize projects utilizing pre-FEED studies; techno-economic analyses; lifecycle assessments (LCA’s); tax incentives analysis; and other services. He supports projects across the energy sector, including hydrogen and derivatives; carbon capture; usage; and storage (CCUS); advanced recycling; and traditional refining, petrochemical, and midstream projects. 
Prior to joining S&B, Clint oversaw development and execution of large-scale midstream energy projects for more than 12 years in a variety of roles at Buckeye Partners, LP. During that time, Clint helped to establish a renewable power division, growing the portfolio to multiple gigawatts through platform acquisitions, project acquisitions, and organic development.  
Clint holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Texas and an MBA from Texas A&M University.

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