Smart Gas – The conference on how to embrace future energy mix

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The latest developments demonstrate that we are facing a new way of using various energy sources to create environmental friendly fuel.

The use of hydrogen, methanol and biogas in combination with battery technology as a hybrid system or simply as pure battery power.

  • Hydrogen is considered as one key fuel for the future. What are the possibilities and challenges with hydrogen? How can hydrogen, effectively, be applied in cars, trucks and ships?

  • Will LNG survive in competition with renewable energy sources? Value chain considerations comparing the sustainability of different energy sources and smart gas/ hybrid configurations.

  • How will the role of biogas in the future energy mix develop? Will usage of biogas expand? Will biogas be used only for cars, buses and heavy trucks or also for marine applications?

  • Will sufficient sources be available to support a growing biogas industry, how and from where? The conference will answer these questions and to keep updated you don’t want to miss this event

The speakers

The conference gather the leading technical and commercial players working with fuel opportunities for a greener future. Players who wish to be a part of and influencing the green shift. It is a global challenge and the need to unite the environmental interests is vital to meet the global challenges related to our environment.

Dont miss this event, use this unique opportunity to meet key personnel dedicated to technology developments as well as the end user.

Wednesday 10 May

09:00

Registration

09:30

Welcome

09:40

Key note: Climate changes and the green shift

  • What is necessary to meet our climate commitments?

To be announced

Session 1: The Hydrogen Society

  • Why is hydrogen considered as a key for the future?
  • What are the possibilities and challenges with hydrogen?
  • How can hydrogen, effectively, be applied in cars, truks and ships?

Chair: Aksel Skjervheim, Gasnor

10:10

Will the hydrogen society become a reality?

Steffen Møller-Holst, SINTEF

10:40

Break and refreshments

11:00

Hydrogen addition to natural gas in the existing natural gas infrastructure

Florisso Onno, DNV GL, The Netherlands

11:30

Hydrogen value chain analysis in Western Norway

Espen Austrheim Erdal, DNV GL, Norway

12:00

Lunch

13:00

Production of hydrogen from natural gas - The whole process

Repr. from Reinertsen Production

13:30

Membrane - PEM electrolysis tube

  • Project in Mainz

Karl Borgerud, Siemens, Norway

14:00

An ship operators evaluation and choice of energy carriers

Repr. from Grieg

14:30

Break and refreshments

15:00

Use of green hydrogen as maritime fuel

Tomas Fiksdal, Greenstat

15:30

Trucks fuelled with hydrogen in 2017/2018

Roger Sæther, ASKO

16:00

Power barge - harbour power for cruise ships

Jan Erik Granholdt, Hybrid Port Energy GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg

16:30

LNG as fuel in future projects

Rolf Herheim, Norlines

17:00

End of Technical program day one

19:30

Conference dinner

Thursday 11 May

Session 2: Smart Gas Solutions

Will LNG survive in competition with renewable energy sources? Value chain considerations comparing the sustainability of different energy sources and smart gas/hybrid configurations

Chair: Torill Osberg, DNV GL

08:30

Hybrid power systems on-board in combination with Natural gas

  • Economy pros, cons and competitive strengths

Vilmar Æsøy, NTNU

09:00

Hybrid ships

  • How natural gas will contribute to more environmental friendly ship operations

Ivan Østvik, NCE Maritime CleanTech

09:30

Atlant - A smart hybrid ship concept

  • Multi hybrid - the future solutions

Runar Ulriksen, Shell, Norway

10:00

Break and refreshments / check out of rooms

10:30

Battery propulsion - with emphasize on batteries for use in hybrid combination with gas engines/fuel

cells - safety aspects

Sverre Eriksen, DNV GL, Norway

11:00

Optimizing operation of the gas engine with the help of battery

Stein Ruben Larsen, Norwegian Electric Systems

11:30

Fuel Cells - Regulation and technology status for maritime projects

Hans-Kristian Koch-Wintervoll and Tomas Tronstad, DNV GL, Norway

12:00

Lunch

Session 3: Biogas Developments

  • How will the role of biogas in the future energy mix develop?
  • Will usage of biogas expand?
  • Will biogas be used only for cars, buses and heavy trucks or also for marine applications?
  • Will sufficient Sources be available to support a growing biogas industry, how and from where?

Chair: Trond Jerve, AGA

13:00

Consumer demand and renewable gas: Opportunities created by the proposed EU renewable

energy directive

Anette Gussiås, Kinect Energy

13:30

Biogas - New opportunities and challenges for implementation in the gas value chain

Jostein Hauge, Gasnor

14:00

Break

14:30

Liquid Biogas Gas Plant in Skogn, Norway

Marianne Langvik, Biokraft

15:00

More than biogas: Circular economy through the biogas plant

Ketil Stoknes, Lindum

15:30

Biogas in road transport; bus and trucks

  • Trends and economy

Jon Melby, AGA Gas

16:00

Closing remarks and end of conference

Members 7000,-
Non members 8000,-
Exhibition 15 000,- inclusive one person

Scandic Hotell Solli
Single room NOK 1190,- inclusive breakfast 

For room reservation please contact solli@scandichotels.com  reference code for negotiated price BTEK 100517

No guarantee for vacant rooms after 18 April

SPEAKERS CONDITIONS
As a accepted speaker you will have 30 minutes allocated for presentation, where 25 for presentation and 5 for questions. Accepted speakers does attend free of delegate fee. Travel and accommodation will not be covered by the organizer Tekna.

Presentations from the conference, will be circulated to the delegates after the event.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Aksel Skjervheim, Gasnor AS, Committee Chair
Trond Jerve, AGA AS, Norway
Torill G. Osberg, DNV GL, Norway
Gisle Rong, Seatrans Ship Management, Norway
Lise Olaussen, Tekna

EXHIBITION

Suppliers of equipment and services are welcome to exhibit at the conference. Sponsors/ex, registered prior to the printing date of the program, will have their company logo included.

All sponsors logos will be included in the conference material and proceedings.

Please contact the event organizer for conditions or at www.tekna.no/intconf

There is a limited space available for exhibitors (booked on a first come, first served basis).

Standard Package NOK 15 000,-

• Exhibitors stand standard 3x2 meters

• Electricity/table/chairs/spots

Contact Tekna for more details lio@tekna.no or read more at www.tekna.no/intconf     

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