Nordic-Baltic Energy Conference 2023


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Magnus Killingland

Magnus Killingland, Segment Lead for Hydrogen and CCUS in Northern Europe, is advising on strategies and de-risking investment decisions for a fast and safe energy transition. With this role he is assessing business models for H2, synthetic fuels and CCUS, discussing safety and risks, and technology development with the industry, regulators, and various stakeholders. From more than 18 years of working experience, this also includes seeing the larger picture with regulation and market design aspects, learning rates and cost reductions, total cost of ownership, and costs of emission reductions with life cycle assessments.

He is chairing the World Forum Offshore Wind Hydrogen Committee, and is part of hydrogen working groups, e.g. CIGRE and WBCSD World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Magnus also co-authored the DNV Energy Transition Outlook publications Hydrogen Forecast to 2050 and Transport in Transition, launched May 2023, and has presented this in various conferences and industry networks.

Killingland has a degree in Energy and Process Engineering from NTNU Norway and TU Wien Austria, as well as an Executive MBA from BI Norwegian Business School.