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The most common comment heard around the show floor at StocExpo 2022 at the Ahoy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, was how good it was to be back face-to-face, something echoed by many of the speakers in the show’s varied and extensive conference programme.



The first day of the conference focussed on the impact of the energy transition on the storage sector. Blue, green and grey hydrogen were covered and even pink – with Matt Wilson, energy transition manager at Navigator Terminals saying that nuclear-produced hydrogen is now a viable option.

With the energy supply chain crisis of today, it seems nuclear power is now back on the table, with the UK introducing a target of 24 GW of nuclear by 2050 – three times what it is now.

As well as nuclear, the war in Ukraine has created such a demand for energy independence that there has also been a resurgence in coal demand. Coal demand is set to reach unprecedented levels i...

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