OÜ VESINIKU TEHNOLOOGIAD (HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGIES)
created specifically for the development of new technologies for the production of hydrogen. In doing so, we rely on both our previous experience in the petrochemical industry and on partnerships with leading institutions and companies with extensive experience and promising ideas in this industry.
The plasma chemical method for producing hydrogen from natural gas — is exactly what we have been developing!
This is the cleanest, cheapest and most cost-effective way of producing hydrogen. The cost price of the process is 1.5 – 2 euros per 1 kg of hydrogen.
Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty
Consummate professional with experience in financial management and project management in various sectors of the economy. Focused on shaping business and technology strategy, and business transformation through new innovative technologies. An experienced leader who mobilized, built and managed teams to deliver complex investment projects and transformational initiatives.
Led teams throughout the project lifecycle, playing both functional roles as well as project management and governance roles. Outstanding communicator; leveraged technical, business and financial expertise to communicate effectively with customer stakeholders and required teams. Organized, self-motivated, detailed oriented multi-tasker, proactive, flexible and hard-working.
– Experience working with international public lending institutions and banks, private investors and operators
– Extensive experience in project management
– Transaction advisory
– Investment in energy and infrastructure experience
– Solid business development experience
– Client relationship management and effective client engagement, stakeholders management
– Strong communication skills
– Problem solving skills
– Leadership and management
– Team work and organizations skills
– International experience and cross-cultural capabilities
– Project due diligence and financial audit
– Lenders technical advisory
– Project structuring
– Strategy consulting
He has been working at the IEE RAS since 1998. He leads a team of researchers and developers of AC electric arc plasmatrons for plasma chemical technologies. At present, he has been working on the creation of new designs of electric arc plasmatrons and conducting research on the plasma decomposition of gaseous and liquid hydrocarbons into hydrogen and solid carbon.
He has been working at the IEE RAS since 2004. His scientific activity is associated with the development of AC high-power electric arc plasmatrons (from 5 kW to 1 MW and over) operating on various gases and vapors, as well as with the study of electrophysical processes in the discharge chambers of plasmatrons. He conducts scientific experiments including on the development, study, and optimization of technological processes of reforming various hydrocarbons and processes for obtaining various carbon structures.
He has been working at the IEE RAS since 1997. He is engaged in research, development, and creation of plasma technologies based on AC plasma generators.
We got the impetus for moving towards this area from our experience in the oil shale chemical industry. The pressing issues in that industry, in particular the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as the need to refine shale products (oils) from harmful impurities, require a large volume of hydrogen production.
Hydrogen is mainly classified into 3 colors based on the method of its production:
Produced from hydrocarbons,
with СО2 emissions.
Produced from hydrocarbons,
with СО2 capture.
Produced from water,
without СО2 emissions.
The terms “green hydrogen” and “pure hydrogen” are often used interchangeably and are understood by the public as synonyms, but this is not correct. Whether hydrogen is pure or impure should not depend on the presence of “CH4” and “H2O” molecules at the entrance to the hydrogen production process, but primarily on the presence or absence of CO2 emissions at the exit from this process.
Hydrogen obtained from methane by the SMR technology without CO2 capture is not “pure.” Hydrogen obtained from methane by pyrolysis, by plasma chemical and/or other technologies without CO2 emissions, is “pure” indeed. Production does not require additional costs associated with CO2 capture. It fully complies with EU decarbonization and carbon neutrality requirements.
Any traditional methods of generating energy are associated with the combustion of fossil sources – oil, gas, coal, etc. Combustion generates a huge amount of greenhouse gases, which directly affects the climate on our planet. Humanity, in its rapid development, has reached the point where it cannot be done further. There was an awareness and understanding that it is necessary to look for other, more environmentally friendly ways of producing and storing energy, otherwise humanity will not survive. Therefore, pure hydrogen has been chosen as a new energy carrier of the world economy.
Hydrogen is becoming more and more attractive to investors, since it not only meets modern environmental requirements, but in general is a source of energy with zero emissions. Many expert organizations, companies and entire countries are beginning to seriously consider it as a long-term alternative to fossil fuels.