Eva Hennig, study of Mechanical Engineering at TU Munich. With Thüga AG in Munich since 1989 in various positions. Active in the field of DSO regulation gas and electricity, sector coupling and renewable gas. Head of Department for EU Policy Issues.  Since 2012 chair of the Eurogas Distribution Committee. The Thüga Group constitutes the largest alliance of  municipal utilities in Germany active in the sectors gas, electricity, district heating and water.

Jesper is employed in Energinet (Danish Transmission System Operator) as a Senior Systems Analyst since 2006. He works in the department of System Operation and have a scientific background in physics and chemistry.

Jesper is an expert in gas quality and is involved in gas quality standardisation though Danish Standard. Additionally he has been working with the subjects of gas flow metering, gas quality analysis, and the introduction of the green gasses biomethane and hydrogen into the gas infrastructure.



Simona DangelosanteSimona D’Angelosante is employed at Snam, that is the main Italian Gas Infrastructures Operator. She is Gas Advocacy Manager in the Corporate Strategy Department. Her work is to support gas in a “greening the gas grid” perspective. She is involved in promoting gas and, in particular renewable gas, in mobility, power generation and Heating and Cooling sectors participating in working groups of the main Italian gas associations. She is member  of the IGU’s WOC5.3 about gas in mobility sector and takes part in the quantification group of the “Gas for Climate – A path to 2050” consortium with CIB, EBA and other European gas operators to demonstrate the large cost saving by using gas to achieve 95% emission reduction in 2050


Yvonne Heischkel studied chemistry at the University of Bayreuth in Germany and received her Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2000. In the same year, she joined the Polymer Research lab of BASF in Ludwigshafen heading a synthesis laboratory for coatings raw materials. At BASF she hold various positions in new business development of chemical intermediates and strategic marketing of plastic additives. Now she is a manager of strategic procurement of renewables. Her focus areas cover renewable feedstocks like sugars, ethanol, vegetable oils or biomethane, and their value chains as a drop in and for dedicated production processes.





Jean-Marc LeroySince 1 January 2016, Jean-Marc Leroy is Managing Director of the Gas Chain Métier at ENGIE, a new entity at ENGIE created within the framework of the transformation of the Group. Jean-Marc Leroy was entrusted the responsibility for setting up the Métier line between July 2015 and December 2015 as Senior Vice President at Infrastructure Business Line of ENGIE.

Jean-Marc started his career in Electricité de France. He then joined Gaz de France in 1994 as Deputy Vice-President for the Transmission Division. Between 1997 and 2004, he held several key positions: President’s Chief of Staff, Secretary of the Board, Deputy Vice President for Strategy, Vice President for External Relations and Internal Communication. Between 2005 and 2009 he was in charge of storage and LNG at Gaz de France and subsequently GDF SUEZ.




Bruno Mattheeuws

Mr. Mattheeuws has a lot of experience with biogas. He started working in Belgium for Biogas-E but in the meantime he has accumulated experience & expertise with many substrates, scale sizes and technologies. Since 2008 he is working for OWS in the Marketing Department and he is author of the State of the Art studies about anaerobic digestion of household waste in Europe.