"The chemical industry uses natural gas both as feedstock and #energy source: continuous gas supply is essential! Gas quality is key. #Biomethane could be an interesting option to reduce carbon emissions and increase consumption of #renewable energies" @NicolaBXL, #GIEOpenDoorLab

"A timely discussion today at #GIEOpenDoorLab. What we need to keep in mind is that 35 bcm of #biomethane is only a first step for 2030.
By 2050, we foresee a massive boost in the production with up to 167 bcm produced by the #renewable gas sector"
@DekkerDee, @European_Biogas

"Homegrown, #sustainable and affordable #gas?
Let's look at #Biomethane: Europe has a huge potential for production and gas infrastructure is a part of the solution. We can store & transport biomethane in a cost-effective way”
@EKolst, GIE Board Member at #GIEOpenDoorLab

"Electrons & molecules will need to team up. Let's make this transformation happen.
Good to see we have more than 4⃣0⃣ gas infrastructure representatives today: multiple voices on #biomethane bringing various perspectives to tackle this #decarbonisation challenge"

@TorbenBrabo

"This workshop is a good example of our members' determination to support the EU with its ambitious #mission.
Boosting #biogas to deliver 35 bcm?
We can do that by bringing cost-effective solutions to transport & store #renewable molecules"

@AchovskiBoyana, at #GIEOpenDoorLab

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GIE Annual Conference 2011 | Edinburgh, Scotland

23 June, 2011 - 24 June, 2011

Dear Madam, Dear Sir,

On behalf of Jean-Claude Depail, President of GIE, we would like to thank you for attending the GIE Annual Conference in Edinburgh on 23 and 24 June 2011 .

All presented materials are now available on this website.

The Conference was an opportunity to meet other key gas players and discuss the most recent energy topics and latest news on gas infrastructure developments in the beautiful and inspiring city of Edinburgh and was be co-hosted by National Grid and South Hook LNG .

The conference gathered top level representatives from the European Institutions, regulatory authorities, international organizations and the natural gas industry. The 9th Annual Conference took place at an ideal time for a high-level discussion about the development of gas infrastructure and its role as the highway to a low carbon economy.

We look forward to meeting you at the next GIE Annual Conference on 24-25 May 2012 in Kraków, Poland!

The GIE Conference Team

Details

Start:
23 June, 2011
End:
24 June, 2011
Event Category:

Venue

Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Organizer

Gas Infrastructure Europe
Email:
gie@gie.eu
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