About

Speakers 2018

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Yvonne

Aldentun

Fossil fuel-free public transports in Kalmar County, Sweden

Kalmar Länstrafik


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Sabine

Augustin

Why Europe needs a smart energy transition

Uniper AG



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Ralph

Bahke

ONTRAS experience in biomethane transport in a transmission system

ONTRAS Gastransport GmbH



Ingo

Biertümpel

MSA a new acidifier based on (green) CH4

Grillo-werke GmbH



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Jeppe

Bjerg

ERGaR – European initiative for cross-border biomethane administration

Energienet.dk



Ludwig

Caluwé

To be announced

Province of Antwerp


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Matthias

Edel

Bilateral agreements between biomethane registries supporting cross-border biomethane transactions

dena


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Markus

Forstmeier

Electrochaea

Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research




Andrea

Gerini

Renewable gas: a fast driver to transport decarbonisation

NGVA



Olivier

Guerrini

Industrialization of 2nd generation Biomethane, key factors and ongoing projects

ENGIE



Maria

Gustafsson

Greening gas into the Westcoast grid of Sweden; examples and challanges

Swedegas



Patrik

Holm-Thisner

Industries using methane as educt for various chemical processes

HKScan


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Peter

Jürgens

Challenges in verification of biomethane sustainability for cross-border trade

REDcert



Jean-Marc

Leroy

To be announced

GIE


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Jan

Liebetrau

Emissions from biogas plants: methods for measurement, results and overall evaluation

Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum




Bruno

Mattheeuws

Production of Biogas and clean Compost our of mixed MSW

OWS



Erik

Meers

Digestate Upgrading to Fertilisers

Uni Gent + BCE


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Dr. Christaan

van der Meijden

AMBIGO plant: production of Bio-Methane via gasification

Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands


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Farzad

Mohseni

To be announced

Sweco



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Michael

Niederbacher

acquaEXTRUSION – A new solution for a new biogas era

BTS Biogas



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Matti

Oksanen

Biogas in the Nordic gas infra

Gasum


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Jan

Rap

Biogasakademin

ReBranding Biogas in Sweden


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Dr. Reinhard

Rauch

Gasification state of the art overview

Engler-Bunte-Institute of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology



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Dr. Doris

Schmack

Greening the Gas Grid: The Opportunities of Biological Methanation

MicrobEnergy



Alfons

Schulte -Schulze

Biowaste to BioCNG – Challenges, Experiences and Opportunities

Carbotech


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Jan

Stambasky

Welcome to the EBA Conference 2018

EBA


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Jonas

Strömberg

Biomethane a commercial sustainable fuel for buses and trucks

Sweco




Henrik

Thunman

Lessons learned from the first of its kind industrial scale biogas production via gasification

Chalmers University


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Prof. Dr. Klaas R.

Timmermans

Biogas Production from Marine Sources

Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research


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Guillaume

Virmaux

100% Renewable Gas Scenario in France by 2050

GRDF


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Theo

Verleun

The role of CH4 as building block for the chemical industry

Ligaros BV


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Andreas

Wolf

Trading biomethane certificates in Europe – possibilities and limitations

AGCS


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