GIE Secretary General @AchovskiBoyana will be at #COP28 for a talk with Global #institutional & industry leaders.

She will present #GasInfrastructure's role in boosting #renewables' uptake.

Gas infrastructure is a tool for:
✅secure energy supply
✅#hydrogen #Biomethane dev

How can #LNG make a difference in crisis times?

That is what GLE members learned at the DET Höegh Esperanza #FSRU in the port of #Wilhelmshaven.

👇About DET Höegh Esperanza FSRU
🥇First LNG import terminal in Germany
🇩🇪 Covers around 6⃣% of #Germany's gas demand

The @EU_Commission asked for this regional analysis as there was a lack of figures on the area's energy systems. As they face particular challenges on the road to #decarbonisation. This report will facilitate an efficient transition.
To read it👉

GIE Team is attending #CCUS Forum in Aalborg.
EU Energy Commissioner @KadriSimson opened the event & underlined CCUS's role to achieve #climate targets.

#GasInfrastructure operators understand CCUS relevance for #decarbonisation & work on facilitating CO2's transport & storage.

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Introducing green innovation to Greece

DESFA’s Biomethane Pilot Project

Biomethane is a promising solution in meeting the challenge of transitioning to a green energy system at affordable cost, while at the same time maintaining high energy security. DESFA, committed to its strategic goal to explore solutions that combine environmentally friendly and state-of-the-art solutions that mitigate its carbon and methane emissions footprint, considers developing a pilot biomethane production and grid injection plan, with the scope to turn waste into biomethane to be used for its own consumption requirements (for instance the existing and the new compressor stations), while also inject any surplus to the existing national natural gas grid. To this end DESFA is collaborating with leading waste management and biogas development companies, Polyeco and Ergoplanning, respectively.

DESFA’s synergy with the two companies concerns the entire biomethane value chain, from a large waste portfolio that will allow the continuous supply of the plant, to the installation, operation and management of the plant and the final extraction of the green gas for consumption within the existing natural gas network.

Based on the characteristics of the waste mix used, the plant will be based on the technology of liquid anaerobic digestion.

Another innovation of the project concerns the capturing of CO2 either using methanation along with the deployment of an electrolyzer for the production of green H2 or alternatively its purification to bio-CO2 to be marketed to various industries.