Camel MAKHLOUFI is a key expert within the hydrogen team of ENGIE Lab Crigen, corporate R&D center of the ENGIE group dedicated to new gases and their usages. He is acting as R&D program leader on the Power-to-X thematic area and as key program co-manager on the E-Fuel topic within ENGIE. Makhloufi is coordinating various international projects including the C2FUEL project, a Horizon 2020 funded European project dedicated to the promotion of a CCU strategy of the CO2 present in the blast furnace gas of the Arcelor Mittal steel factory in Dunkirk. He leads within ENGIE R&D project related to the production of green ammonia and utilization. He acts as project manager and principal investigator in various European projects dealing with innovative technologies for hydrogen production (electrolysis and reforming); storage (metal hydrides); and hydrogen carrier production, cracking and reforming. Makhloufi is a member of the current Task 40 of IEA on hydrogen storage and liquid carriers and he contributes as an expert to European hydrogen roadmaps. He acts as advisor in start-up technical committees and operates as expert support to ENGIE’s venture capital arm. He holds a PhD in process engineering from the Lorraine University dedicated to CO2 capture processes and intensification, and has worked for 11 years on topics related to the decarbonization of the energy sector.
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