• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Eleonor Kramarz

S&P Global

Vice President, Consulting and Professional Services

Eleonor heads Energy Transition Consulting for S&P Global in the Americas. Eleonor has fifteen years of experience leading multi-million dollar consulting engagements across the energy value chain. She has led private companies, associations and governments through large stakeholder's process to define their strategic direction around Energy Transition and emission management. She works across all new clean technologies including hydrogen, CCUS, energy battery, renewables and methane monitoring. Prior to joining S&P Global, Eleonor was the Chief Customer Officer at a SaaS operating in the energy sector. Before that, she was a Director within Wood Mackenzie gas and power Americas Consulting group. She started her career as a Consultant for Arthur D Little in London. Eleonor holds a Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering, First Class Honour, from Imperial College, London. She spent her Senior Year in Carnegie Mellon University, where she was on the Dean’s list. She worked on her final year project with Shell R&D where she was awarded the Shell Prize. She speaks fluently English, French and Spanish.

Sessions With Eleonor Kramarz

Monday, 6 March

  • 12:00pm - 12:40pm (CST) / 06/mar/2023 06:00 pm - 06/mar/2023 06:40 pm

    Hydrogen: How fast can it rise?

    Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power
    Hydrogen is believed to play a major role in a net-zero world, contributing up to 25% of global consumption. Today, hydrogen represents 2% of global energy consumption. As major commitments are taking shape and a clear vision is emerging for low-carbon hydrogen, major uncertainties remained as to how quickly and how dramatically hydrogen can transform the energy value chains.
  • 02:00pm - 02:30pm (CST) / 06/mar/2023 08:00 pm - 06/mar/2023 08:30 pm

    US Hydrogen Policy: Clean hydrogen for a dollar

    The US government sees clean H2 as an enabling technology for decarbonization. From hubs to tax credits, multiple efforts seek to achieve the Hydrogen Shot target of $1 per kilogram for clean H2. What does the roadmap look like? How can companies and governments accelerate technology breakthroughs? Where will we see hydrogen next?
  • 06:00pm - 06:30pm (CST) / 07/mar/2023 12:00 am - 07/mar/2023 12:30 am

    Collaborating to Reach Hydrogen's Full Potential

    A critical advancement in hydrogen infrastructure—the Advanced Clean Energy Storage Hub in Delta, Utah—is progressing toward reality. This first utility industrial-scale renewable energy hub in the United States will nearly double global green hydrogen production capacity, providing hydrogen for power generation, transportation, steel manufacturing and other industrial uses. The Advanced Clean Energy Storage Hub is a collaboration between Mitsubishi Power and Magnum Development and is supported by $500+ million in U.S. Department of Energy funding. We expect this public-private partnership to serve as a model for future hydrogen hubs and will act as an incubator for other innovative, hydrogen-based technologies.

Wednesday, 8 March

  • 09:30am - 10:00am (CST) / 08/mar/2023 03:30 pm - 08/mar/2023 04:00 pm

    Implementing Decarbonization Across the Corporation

    As companies are moving from board-level commitment on decarbonization to implementation throughout the corporation, various systems are being debated. What is the right process to decarbonize your operations? How should the decisions be made? What is the right language/metric? How does it differ between scope 1, 2 and 3?
  • 11:55am - 12:45pm (CST) / 08/mar/2023 05:55 pm - 08/mar/2023 06:45 pm

    Building Out Hydrogen Infrastructure

    Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power
    In the last year, government incentives have turbocharged interest for green hydrogen. If hydrogen is to meet these ambitions, development needs to accelerate, and costs need to fall. Infrastructure development will be the main driver of cost reduction for delivering hydrogen, but success is also linked to scale. How can this conundrum be solved? How can industry create and develop a global hydrogen trade to join hydrogen supply with potential buyers? How can projects receive proper financing? Are the business models suitably established?

Thursday, 9 March

Friday, 10 March