About us

Why it is worth to trust our company?


International Natural Energy Resource Consultants established in 2016 and focusses on the field of Research and Development of Hydrogen safety application


Our expertise is Hydrogen and Explosion Safety Assurance and we provide services to ensure that the designs and construction of Hydrogen application are As Low As Reasonable Practicable (ALARP)


Our team consist of professional qualified and certified engineers


We are proudly part of the knowledge centre for hydrogen safety, member of European Hysafe Community (Hysafe) and board member of the International Centre for Hydrogen Safety (CHS)


Hydrogen Consultancy Services

We provide advice and consultancy in the area of the Hydrogen and Explosion safety related items such as:

Hazard Identification

Risk Inventory and Evaluation (RI&E) Assessment

Coach and Support Company Staff

Research and Development of Safety Aspects of Hydrogen applications

Implementation of Risk Mitigations (incl. Hydrogen Gas Leak detection)

ATEX 114/ 153 compliance check

Explosion Safety Documentation / Technical Dossier

Hydrogen Risk Assessment via:


Gas plume and Explosion simulation via:

Process safety BST method

CFD: OpenFOAM™, BlastFoam™ and Paraview™RAM


Rental Hydrogen Tools

Quality Temporary Fixed Leak detection H2scan Model 600B

Hydrogen Transportation suitcase

Quality Portable Hydrogen Leak detection INFICON Tracy 0-40 ppm range


Electrostatic Field meter WW EFM 51

Earthing Current meter Nieaf Smitt ERT-S

Quality Non-Sparking Hand tools Egamaster (Copper-Berylium Alloy)


Hygiene pole including temperature measurement


Hydrogen Safety Courses

Explosion Safety Awareness
HYRAM user training
BST training
Emergency Readiness and Assurance for Hydrogen Course

Following projects we worked on

Maritime Drone Project

Coastguard Guardian vessel


Marine Vessels

Education and learning

Theoretical training TU Delft

Practical training SCBRNDCBV

EnTranCe Hydrohub Physical Effects Assessment
Hydrogen Transportation suitcase
Safety Assessment of Hydrogen sensors

We are looking for you

We are looking for a person with a mechanical engineering background who can, among other things, improve design drawings and who can also place them in files from design to end product.


Knowledge of MS-office
Skills in AutoCad (or willing to deepen herein)
Basic knowledge and insight into:
  • mechanical engineering,
  • fluid mechanics and heat transfer,
  • natural science and chemical processes.

  • Opportunity to learn a lot about applications of hydrogen as a future energy source
  • Opportunity to grow within the organization
  • A challenging internship in which you get a lot of responsibilities
  • Guidance with the assignments
  • Competencies of assessment with regard to hydrogen safety aspects
  • Is this challenge for you and can you think with us about the future of hydrogen in the energy transition? Send an email with your CV to info@inerc.nl and we will contact you as soon as possible!

    Who we are

    Let’s meet
    our professional team

    Drs. Ing. J.M.M.Bruijnen, MSc

    Hydrogen safety and explosion safety assurance engineer

    John Bruijnen has more than 30 years experience as an Operations HSE Engineer in the international energy industry with a track record on delivering HSE projects.

    John's expertise stems from extensive experience acquired within an International Oil and Gas Multinational where he established new methods pertaining to critical issues in safety-cases and Bow-Tie analysis to verify and improve safety standards.

    Dr. G. Makashova PhD


    Researcher with a demonstrated history of working in economics and environmental projects.

    Currently involved in Development of Renewable Energy sources. Skilled in Analytical Methods, Strategic Planning, Statistics, and Research.

    Our partners

    Companies we work with

    Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
    Wageningen University and Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands
    Staatstoezicht op de Mijnen (SodM), The Hague, The Netherlands
    University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands
    Center for Hydrogen Safety (CHS), United States of America
    The Royal Netherlands Navy. Den Helder, The Netherlands
    Centre of Expertise Energy. Groningen The Netherlands
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