Green Gas Mobility Online Event Agenda 2020
Networking and visit to the stands
Post-pandemic Industrial Policy for Sustainable Transport in Spain
European Green Deal and mobility
The future of neutral and low carbon gas in non-electrified transport: road, rail, air and sea
System to prove the contribution of renewable fuels to the reduction of CO2 emissions
Conference by IVECO
Municipal buses powered by renewable gas: Paris and Bristol
Bristol and Paris are two cities that exemplify a firm committed to biomethane as an ecological fuel.
In Paris, the RATP bus operator already has a fleet of 140 biomethane-powered buses under the BUS2025 Plan.
Similarly, the city of Bristol has a fleet of 77 buses powered by this renewable gas from the First Group company.
Rob Pymm, First Group Commercial Director
Thierry Blevinal, RATP director of CNG Infrastructure Projects in the Bus2025
The potential of biogas as agricultural fuel
Italy has 20 projects for biomethane liquefaction plants from agricultural waste. The first one started operating in March and biomethane will be used exclusively in the transport sector. The New Holland company drives the development of biomethane as a fuel for agriculture, guaranteeing the energy dependence of farmers thanks to its first tractors powered by this fuel.
Piero Gattoni, Italian Biogas Consortium President
Álvaro Almarza, New Holland Product Manager for High Power Tractors
Conference by Mikel Palomera, SEAT general manager in Spain
Hydrogen mobility: an increasingly present future
Hydrogen represents an emission-free, electric mobility solution with great autonomies, fast refueling and that can be used in any type of vehicle, from tourism, to buses or trucks. We will talk about the commitment of the manufacturers Toyota and IVECO for this technology and the levers that will drive the development of the supply infrastructure in Spain with Redexis.
Moderator: Álvaro Sauras, Technical Chief of Autofácil
Miguel Carsi, President and CEO at Toyota Spain
Pablo Cebrián, Vice President of Product Development and Engineering at IVECO
Networking and visit to the stands
Dialogues on the new Law of Sustainable Mobility
Are there real alternatives to LNG in shipping?
There is a growing consensus that LNG is the best solution to start the path towards the decarbonisation of shipping. But are there alternatives that can match its scalability and emissions profile? What will be the role of LNG compared to other fuels that are currently available, H2, Ammonia or Methanol? What are the alternatives prepared to compete with the economic, commercial and environmental viability of LNG?
Moderator: Antonio Miranda, Naturgy Head of Bunkering
Reetta Kaila, Wärtsilä Renewable Gas Technology and Development Manager
Carlos Guerrero, Bureau Veritas Global leader Oil tankers and Gas Carriers
Alexander Feindt, MAN Energy Solutions Director of Business Development for Europe and Asia
Conference ‘An hybrid future’, by Marcelino Oreja, Enagás CEO
The recent pandemic that we have suffered has subjected our society, and especially our economy, to a “resilience stress” test, a test that has identified notable opportunities for improvement, especially with regard to our agility to adapt and face increasingly demanding scenarios in the shortest possible time. Mobility, the aggregate economic activity with the greatest impact on the environment, must manage to resolve the current imbalance between its growth and the ability to reduce its impact through efficiency measures around the “fuel engine” binomial, a binomial so that there are no unique or extrapolated solutions, where, as in other economic activities, the solution will come from the hybridization of alternatives suitable to the particularities of each segment and where the adequate hybridization of natural gas and renewable gases have the least abatement cost and therefore the most appropriate to an environment of global economic crisis that cannot serve as an excuse to guarantee a decarbonized future that does not mean limiting human activity.
Marcelino Oreja, CEO of Enagás
Impact of the new CNMC circulars on land and sea transport
Since April 1, 2020, the Spanish gas system has modified its operating model, as a consequence of the application of the Access and Balance Circulars approved by the CNMC between 2019 and 2020. The creation of the Virtual Balance Tank, TVB, a pioneering initiative worldwide, is bringing an increase in the competitiveness, liquidity and flexibility of our regasification plants, and a consequent boost to the development of gas solutions for transportation, both maritime and terrestrial.
Moderator: Rubén Esteller, El Economista deputy director
Rocío Prieto, CNMC deputy director of Natural Gas in the Energy Directorate
María Junco, Enagás GTS Director of Analysis and Development
Antonio Melcón, CEPSA Gas Comercializadora CEO
Mary Paz Adán, Enagás Transporte Commercial Logistics Director
LNG as a fuel, challenges and opportunities for greener Very Large Container Vessels
Now that the first very large dual fuel container vessels are being delivered, it is time to look back at the process that leads to the decisions of investment. The forerunners have paved the way for the ones that are now taking their turn to step in LNG as Marine Fuel, the presentation will detail the key points that a ship-owner should address to make its container project a success.
Amine el Kadiri, Business Development Director at GTT
BioLNG and SNG (synthetic gas), a viable path towards decarbonization
Steve Esau, SEA\LNG general manager
The shipping industry faces unprecedented challenges in meeting the decarbonization targets set by OMI.
LBM liquefied biomethane produced from biomass or LSM liquefied synthetic methane produced from renewable electricity along with LNG may be a solution.
In this presentation we will learn from Steve Esau, the findings of the study promoted by SeaLng that performs a rigorous analysis of the supply capacity, scalability and potential cost of these zero-emission fuels.
LNG bunkering in Spain: ship to ship, SIMOPS operations and multitruck to ship
Moderator: Álvaro Rodríguez Dapena. State Ports Technical Director
Ignacio Álvarez-Ossorio, Port of Huelva director
Aitor Acha, Port of Tenerife director
Ramón Barturen, Shell responsible for Small Scale LNG trading
Spain has successfully positioned itself in 2019 as a benchmark in Europe for supplying LNG to ships. Ship-to-ship, truck-to-ship and now multi-truck-to-ship operations are carried out daily in our ports. At this panel, several Spanish ports together with Shell, a pioneering company in bunkering ship to ship in Spain, will share with us their experience and vision of the future.
Sustainable shipping: the benefits of LNG on RoRo ships
Integration of the first LNG-operated fuel cell on board
Network and visit to the stands
Dialogues on the Law on Climate Change and Energy Transition
Innovative biomethane production technologies for transport use
The potential of landfill biogas treated in biomethane and its application in land and sea transport
With its WAGABOX technology, Waga Energy valorises landfill biogas in the form of biomethane. They currently have nine biomethane injection points in the French gas grid and are working on projects for the production of bioLNG and its application to mobility.
Mathieu Lefebvre, Waga Energy CEO
Renewable hydrogen: injection into the natural gas grid and application to mobility
Hydrogen is going to play a key role in decarbonizing the economy and the gas infrastructure is presented as the best solution for its storage and distribution to the final customer. For this reason, knowing the tolerance level of natural gas grid to the transport of hydrogen in high concentrations is essential to increase the potential of gas grid. Different studies have been carried out on this matter but the HIGSS project goes one step further with the main objective of developing a test bench that allows testing the different elements of the transport network at different levels of H2 concentration. This will undoubtedly consolidate the knowledge of the acceptance of the European gas grid to the hydrogen content.
Agustín Pascual, Redexis Engineering Deputy Director
Transport policy in the European Union: impacts and opportunities
The value of certified renewable gas
Javier Cervera, Genia Global Energy director of Corporate Business Development and RRII
Jacobo Canseco, Axpo Head of Renewable Products
Manuel Arias, Scania responsible for Transport and Sustainable Mobility
Jesús Gil, Enagás director of Innovation and New Energies
This discussion panel will present the advantages of having an official certificate of guarantee of origin of renewable gas. The speakers will provide the vision of the different steps of a renewable gas generation project from production, injection to the gas grid, and the contracting process by the end user, through a gas marketer, to be used in mobility. Real cases of how this process is currently working in different European countries will be presented. Nowadays, 17% of the gas used in mobility is already of renewable origin, and we will analyze the methodology used for its certification.
Key aspects in the financial, technical and environmental sustainability of biomethane projects
The use of gas in mobility in Portugal (Language: Portuguese)
Hydrogen strategy in Portugal
Incorporation of renewable gases in mobility
Implementation of the Green Shipping development strategy
The challenge of clean mobility