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  • Your Joomla! Site - European Gas Safety Report (EGAS C 2011)
    accidents on consumers regarding gas installations downstream of the meter This statistical analysis shows the excellent gas safety level reached in 11 EU Countries representing 91 millions of gas users co poisoning and intentional acts being again the main causes

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  • Your Joomla! Site - EGATEC 2011
    REPOTEC AT 3 62MB Gas cleaning and methanation Roberta Cenni Haldor Topsoe DK 1 07MB Techno economical analysis of SNG production from lignocellulostic biomass Kristian Melin Markku Hurme Aalto University FIN 2 05MB Biogas what s in it for you Overview of trace components in biogas Erik Polman KIWA NL 0 74MB The influence of biogas on degradation of transfer pipelines Michał Gloc Krystyna Lublinska Krzysztof Jan Kurzydłowski Warsaw University of Technology POL 6 03MB Bio natural gas as the best solution for urban transport Manuel Lage NGVA Europe 1 52MB Parallel Session 3 Opportunities for the gas industry in CCS Field experience and pilot projects Kristofer Hetland Statoil NO 0 48MB Transport and storage of CO2 the EU program CO2 Europipe Luuk Buit KEMA NL 1 51MB Greener natural gas with CCS Vladimir Onderka RWE Gas Storage CZ 0 69MB Safety and pipe integrity from natural gas to CO2 transport by pipes Frédérique Bravin GDF SUEZ FR 0 76MB Round table plenum Natural gas in the renewable energy world Hisao Watanabe Senior Executive Officer Tokyo Gas JAP 1 21MB Enrique Palomino Bilbao GERG president 0 71MB Bjarke Pålsson CEO Naturgas Fyn DK 0 62MB Jeremy Bending Director Distribution Network Strategy National Grid UK 0 20MB Day2 Friday May 13 Unconventional gas resources Unconventional gas the opportunity and the challenge David Carroll CEO GTI US 2 27MB Parallel Session 4 Asset management a new approach Chair P E Schuddebeurs Gasunie NL 0 13MB Asset management for the gas infrastructure Steve McCaffrey National Grid UK 2 6MB Long term asset management Bertus Postmus Gasunie NL 1 34MB Transforming asset management capabilities at Bord Gais Networks Paul Lennon Board Gais IRL 1 44MB Introducing and managing process safety Key Performance Indicators KPIs Neil Jackson National Grid UK 1 73MB Risk based maintenance

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  • Your Joomla! Site - EGATEC 2013
    M Seifert SVGW 3 04MB Sustainable Biogas potentials in Germany H Krause DBI and R Erler DBI 2 03MB Biogas treatment and bio methane in Austria current situation and future trends Dr Harasek Vienna University of Technology 2 66MB French reference of waste to gas production plant through methanisation with three ways of valorization injection GNV cogeneration M L Charlot GrDF F Lebovits GDF SUEZ 2 87MB Plenary Session Power to Gas P2G Chairman G Linke SVP Medium Projects Governance EON Session s introduction G Linke EON 486KB System analysis of Power to Gas G Müller Syring DBI 1 95MB Demonstration projects lessons learnt Falkenhagen Germany G Schneider EON 1 10MB Sotavento Spain M Rey Porto GAS NATURAL 2 15MB GRHYD France J P Reich GDF SUEZ 1 05MB Outlook on Power to Gas research roadmap R Judd GERG 1 19MB Parallel Sessions PS3 Gas Quality Chairman K De Wit ARGB Change of gas quality a case study from Denmark T Lindgren ENERGINET 718KB European harmonization of the gas quality a crucial challenge R Van Rede EASEE gas 640KB Successfully integrating natural gas from multiple origins The Spanish cas Story J A Lana ENAGAS 1 66MB Gas quality and custody transfer challenges for UK gas network entry of non conventional sources gases D Broomhall GL Noble Denton 555KB PS4 G Mobility Chairman C Hubert VP of NGVA President and CEO of GNVert Introduction C Hubert NGVA GNVert 1 42MB Safety and Regulation as drivers for innovation in Natural Gas Vehicles J Del Alamo NGVA 3 57MB New developments in NGVS O Bordelanne GDF SUEZ 1 90MB LNG as an enabler for a new generation of gas fuelled transport S Macdonald Shell 1 77MB A new frontier of LNG the ocean going vessel bunkering A Barret GTT 1 07MB Conclusions 2050 targets and the role of Natural Gas Vehicles C Hubert NGVA GNVert 777KB Round table Gas innovation for energy transformation Chairman F R Mouton Chairman of GAS NATURALLY TOTAL Gas strategy gas in the energy mix best friend of renewable energies Smart gas networks and relation with Power to Gas Non conventional gases Carbon Capture and Storage Energy efficiency S Auconie Member of European Parliament France T Constantinescu Principal Adviser DG Energy European Commission Europe P L François CEO of the Groupe ATLANTIC President of UNICLIMA France T Brabo Director of Natural Gas ENERGINET Denmark Dr H Krause Managing Director DBI Germany Day2 Friday May 31 2013 Keynote speech Keynote speech D Carroll CEO of GTI and Vice President of IGU 1 74MB Residential and commercial market transformation Chairman B Blez Vice President of CRIGEN GDF SUEZ The scene for heating market M Stewart National Grid 542KB Best investment for final user insulation or new technology S Millefiorini Rockwool 974KB Preparing the market for virtual power plants w µCHP F Riddoch COGEN Europe 1 25MB New technologies and need for energy services I Leiva Repsol and J M Domingez Gas Natural 818KB Sociological approach and behavior of customers vis a

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  • Your Joomla! Site - european forum gas 2011
    In 2011 EFG2011 was replaced by EGATEC

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  • Your Joomla! Site - european forum gas 2010
    E ON Bioerdgas Dirk Sattur RWE Westfalen Weser EMS Netzservice Dr Thomas Stephanblome E ON Bioerdgas 4 23MB Renewable Gas to Grid An Energy Suppliers Perspective Mark Bugler Energy and Innovation Manager British Gas 4 5MB The future role for gas in the energy mix Jeremy Bending Director Network Strategy National Grid Gas 1 46MB Beyond RPI X 20 A New Regulatory Framework for the Gas Sector Iain Morgan Senior Regulatory Economist Smarter Grids and Governance Ofgem RIIO 1 02MB Preparing for a New Regulatory Settlement Stephen Parker Regulation Commercial Director Northern Gas Networks 953KB Gas 2010 A Europe wide perspective Joachim Gewehr Unit B2 European Commission Directorate General for Energy 1 01MB Gas Smart Metering Explained Steve Cunningham Landis Gyr 1 72MB Delivering the UK smart roll out on time Declan McLaughlin Head of Business Transformation OnStream 5 81MB Innovations with Natural Gas in the Netherlands Hans Overdiep Henk Ensing GasTerra 17 3MB A Qualification and Competence Framework for Gas Utilisation Phil Burnett Capability Manager Energy UtilitySkills 694KB GASQUAL project a step closer to gas quality harmonisation in Europe François Cagnon GdfSuez Convenor EN BT WG 197 Jean Schweitzer DGC Coordinator GASQUAL 3 08MB CCS A New Opportunity for

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  • Your Joomla! Site - european forum gas 2009
    sustainable energy use Moderator T Jannemann DVGW D Introduction High Efficiency Gas Appliances for a Sustainable Energy Use Theo B Jannemann DVGW CERT GmbH D 110KB In order to mitigate the climate change and also to guarantee the security of supply the EU Energy policy is currently fostering the use of renewable sources of energy and the improvement of energy efficiency As a consequence the Gas Industry has launched many actions such as the development of biogas production the incitation to produce new high efficient gas appliances such as micro cogeneration or the combined use of solar and gas To intensify the use of energy efficient appliances it is considered of outmost importance to increase the awareness of the consumers by a clear and understandable information system including a labeling scheme Session 2 showed practical examples of solutions for high efficient ecological and sustainable gas utilization All relevant current developments in gas utilization were covered Biogas from Co Fermentation of Biowaste at a Waste Water Treatment Plant H Heidinger ÖVGW A 1 13MB ECO design directive what impact on the gas appliance market J Schweitzer DGC DK 1 09MB Market Status of different high efficient new gas appliances W Linke BDH D 740KB Solar cooling systems and natural gas Experiences and results H Rubio Gas Natural SDG ES 2 79MB Tri generation source for administrative buildings J Ruml RWE Plynoproject CZ 1 4MB Session 3 Best materials for a safe and reliable gas grid Moderator Prof Ph van Speybroeck Becetel B The liberalization of the Gas Market in Europe started in 1998 with the first Gas Directive has dramatically changed the environment of the Gas Companies by modifying deeply their organization In spite of these changes the Gas Industry has succeeded in improving the safety and reliability of its activity To continue this successful story a particular attention was given to maintain the existing high level requirements procedures for materials used in the construction of gas grids and the improvement of the quality of new materials technologies for the future The session focused also on the very important role played by International and European standardization in providing a common safety level and quality requirements for all the Gas Operators involved in the process European Standardisation for the Natural Gas Infrastructure the benefits of participation A Krijgsman Gasunie NL 191KB Potential for optimizating polyolefin coatings for steel pipes H J Kocks Mannesman Fuchs D 813KB Certification of Cathodic Protection Personnel EN15257 2006 R Gregoor Fluxys B 128KB Cathodic Protection and Interferences R Gregoor Fluxys B 948KB PE Gas Distribution Pipes Some Key Quality Issues Dr D Walton Borouge PE100 Association SG 1 57MB Plastic pipes A look into the future S Beech SHB Consulting UK 702KB Session 4 Technical challenges due to liberalisation Moderator M Ronchi CIG I The EU rules for opening the natural gas internal market and increasing competition have created many new challenges for the gas operators In this framework decisions to invest in new infrastructure projects shall

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  • Your Joomla! Site - european forum gas 2008
    The Netherlands 486KB The actual societal scenario is characterized by a fast changing due to globalization in all the business sectors and the energy sector in particular the natural gas business is no exception to this rule The Gas Industry in order to develop its activity in a more and more safe and effective way need professionals whose skills are tailor sized on its needs taking into account the new scenarios and the future developments induced by competition and a new regulatory framework It s consequently advisable that the needs of the Gas Industry should find appropriate answer in an adequate training offer from the European universities and training bodies This session aims therefore to express the needs of the Gas Industry and examine the offer from University and training centers Developing Engineering Competence D Salisbury National Grid UK 1367KB What are the needs for training and master degrees in the Gas Industry for a continental Europe Gas Company A van den Berg rep J Peters Essent NL 641KB Twenty years of experience the roots of European masters in gas engineering management and energy policy G Frade AFG F 604KB International Master in the natural Gas Chain A B Camara M delMazo rep L Gorospe Instituto Superior de la Energia in Madrid ES 1338KB European Gas Engineer joint study program EGE A Heilmann Claustal University EGE Group DE 1044KB Session 3 Research Development Moderated by M Florette GERG President GDF Suez F Introduction M Florette GDF Suez F 179KB This session presents elements of the GERG Research Roadmap to illustrate the way in which R D contributes to the strategic objectives not only of the European gas companies but also those of society in reinforcing the European gas market The Research Roadmap is based on four orientations necessary to meet the industry challenges by 2030 securing the European gas supply improving the safety and integrity of gas networks developing smart gas uses managing energy demand improving the sustainability of natural gas supply and use future energy schemes IGU Efficiency Indicators A tool demonstrating the CO2 advantages of gas technologies J Schweitzer Danish Gas Technology Centre DK 1830KB Development of polyamide PA pipeline systems for gas systems at pressure between 10 bar and 20 bar M Wolters Kiwa Gas Technology NL 1093KB Improving Pipeline Safety Using Automated Aerial Surveillance UAVS M Zarea Gaz de France F 972KB LNG Ageing MOLAS Application A Benito Enagás ES 2010KB Session 4 NGV for a sustainable transport policy Moderated by Mr J Lesinsky Slovak Technical University SK Introduction J Lešinský Slovak Technical University SK 279KB The climate change asks for more and more stringent caps for carbon emissions for the industry but also for the transport sector which is likely to be included in the future in the Emission Trading Scheme NGVs are the fastest way to build a very sustainable transport policy meeting therefore the environmental constraints which are the relevant issues to tackle in order to have an effective NGV market offer NGV

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