Fossil gas prices are rising to heights never seen before, and the security of fossil gas supplies to Europe and Asia is setting the political agenda. It’s out of question that renewable gases must and will replace fossil natural gas, soon. But it’s unclear whether green hydrogen, green methane or other renewable gases will dominate the supply of gas-fired power plants, heavy-duty and marine transport and the chemical industry. An open technology discussion of all alternatives is more important than ever.
The workshop’s first day will address Europe’s situation and upcoming GreenLNG markets. Which alternatives do we have for our gas supply. Where will CO2 for the synthesis come from? The second day will present latest advances on research and industrial applications of biological and catalytic methanation. In the Open Session you are invited to present your latest news about research and activities with the audience.
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