workshops

EGATEC 2013
     
     
 

Dear Madam,
Dear Sir,

The EGATEC 2013 (European Gas Technology Conference) took place in Paris (FR) on 30-31 May 2013.

The EGATEC is the successor of European Forum Gas organised annually since 2003 under the auspices of MARCOGAZ.

We would like to thank everyone who took part in EGATEC 2013 and contributed to making the conference a great success.


The conference presentations can now be downloaded below:

Day1, Thursday May 30 2013



Opening session

arrow   Opening of the conference
M. Florette, President of MARCOGAZ, SVP Research & Innovation GDF SUEZ
arrow   Opening of the conference
J. Ferrier, President of IGU, TOTAL



Keynote speeches

arrow   The changing energy map: drivers and implications
Dr F. Birol, Chief Economist, IEA
MS Powerpoint document   (845KB)
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The pathway to a low carbon society: role of natural gas and the industry
S. Yoshida, Tokyo Gas and IGU Sustainability Committee Chairman

MS Powerpoint document   (3.32MB)



Parallel Sessions

PS1 > Will smart metering systems deliver expected benefits?

Chairman: D. Hec, Secretary General – MARCOGAZ

arrow   Smart metering: a key tool to enhance demand response and promote energy efficiency, K. Stamatis - EU Commission/DG Energy
K. Stamatis - EU Commission/DG Energy
MS Powerpoint document   (1.02MB)
arrow   Gas smart meters project: our contribution to energy efficiency, I. Drochon – GrDF
I. Drochon – GrDF
MS Powerpoint document   (831KB)
arrow   Next generation gas smart metering systems: current status of “Smart Metering” initiatives in the city Gas Industry
S. Kono – Tokyo Gas, M. Yasue – Osaka Gas, K. Nishiguchi – Toho Gas
MS Powerpoint document   (2.36MB)
arrow   Smart metering as a cost saving tool in the German energy change
R. Rohde - Görlitz AG
MS Powerpoint document   (14.4MB)
arrow   Smart metering in the UK: a suppliers perspective
L. Slade - Energy UK
MS Powerpoint document   (396KB)



PS2 > Biomethane and biogas


Chairman
: Dr. B. Klocke, Gelsenwasser


arrow   Biogas (production, treatment, injection and monitoring)
M. Seifert - SVGW
MS Powerpoint document   (3.04MB)
arrow   Sustainable Biogas potentials in Germany
H. Krause, DBI and R. Erler, DBI
MS Powerpoint document   (2.03MB)
arrow   Biogas treatment and bio-methane in Austria: current situation and future trends
Dr. Harasek, Vienna University of Technology
MS Powerpoint document   (2.66MB)
arrow   French reference of waste to gas production plant through methanisation, with three ways of valorization (injection, GNV, cogeneration)
M-L. Charlot - GrDF, F. Lebovits - GDF SUEZ
MS Powerpoint document   (2.87MB)



Plenary Session: Power to Gas - P2G


Chairman
: G. Linke – SVP Medium Projects Governance, EON


arrow   Session’s introduction
G. Linke, EON
MS Powerpoint document   (486KB)
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System analysis of Power to Gas
G. Müller Syring - DBI

MS Powerpoint document   (1.95MB)



Demonstration projects
: lessons learnt:

arrow   Falkenhagen / Germany:
G. Schneider, EON
MS Powerpoint document   (1.10MB)
arrow   Sotavento / Spain:
M Rey Porto, GAS NATURAL
MS Powerpoint document   (2.15MB)
arrow   GRHYD / France:
J.-P. Reich, GDF SUEZ
MS Powerpoint document   (1.05MB)
arrow   Outlook on Power to Gas research roadmap
R. Judd, GERG
MS Powerpoint document   (1.19MB)



Parallel Sessions

PS3 > Gas Quality

Chairman: K. De Wit, ARGB

arrow   Change of gas quality: a case study from Denmark
T. Lindgren, ENERGINET
MS Powerpoint document   (718KB)
arrow   European harmonization of the gas quality: a crucial challenge
R. Van Rede, EASEE-gas
MS Powerpoint document   (640KB)
arrow   Successfully integrating natural gas from multiple origins: The Spanish cas Story
J. A. Lana, ENAGAS
MS Powerpoint document   (1.66MB)
arrow   Gas quality and custody transfer challenges for UK gas network entry of non-conventional sources gases
D. Broomhall, GL Noble Denton
MS Powerpoint document   (555KB)



PS4 > G-Mobility

Chairman: C. Hubert - VP of NGVA, President and CEO of GNVert

arrow   Introduction
C. Hubert, NGVA & GNVert
MS Powerpoint document   (1.42MB)
arrow   Safety and Regulation as drivers for innovation in Natural Gas Vehicles
J. Del Alamo, NGVA
MS Powerpoint document   (3.57MB)
arrow   New developments in NGVS
O. Bordelanne, GDF SUEZ
MS Powerpoint document   (1.90MB)
arrow   LNG as an enabler for a new generation of gas fuelled transport
S. Macdonald, Shell
MS Powerpoint document   (1.77MB)
arrow   A new frontier of LNG: the ocean-going vessel bunkering
A. Barret, GTT
MS Powerpoint document   (1.07MB)
arrow   Conclusions: 2050 targets and the role of Natural Gas Vehicles
C. Hubert, NGVA & GNVert
MS Powerpoint document   (777KB)



Round table: Gas innovation for energy transformation

Chairman: F.-R. Mouton, Chairman of GAS NATURALLY, TOTAL

Gas strategy: gas in the energy mix ; best friend of renewable energies
Smart gas networks (and relation with Power to Gas)
Non-conventional gases
Carbon Capture and Storage
Energy efficiency

S. Auconie, Member of European Parliament, France
T. Constantinescu, Principal Adviser, DG Energy, European Commission, Europe
P.L. François, CEO of the Groupe ATLANTIC, President of UNICLIMA, France
T. Brabo, Director of Natural Gas, ENERGINET, Denmark
Dr H. Krause, Managing Director, DBI, Germany

 

Day2, Friday May 31 2013



Keynote speech

arrow   Keynote speech
D. Carroll, CEO of GTI and Vice-President of IGU
MS Powerpoint document   (1.74MB)



Residential and commercial market transformation

Chairman: B. Blez, Vice-President of CRIGEN, GDF SUEZ

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The scene for heating market
M. Stewart, National Grid

MS Powerpoint document   (542KB)
arrow   Best investment for final user – insulation or new technology?
S. Millefiorini, Rockwool
MS Powerpoint document   (974KB)
arrow   Preparing the market for virtual power plants (w./µCHP)
F. Riddoch, COGEN Europe
MS Powerpoint document   (1.25MB)
arrow   New technologies and need for energy services
I. Leiva, Repsol and J.-M. Domingez, Gas Natural
MS Powerpoint document   (818KB)
arrow   Sociological approach and behavior of customers vis-a-vis energy
N. Ahamada, GDF SUEZ, M. Akrich, Mines-Paris Tech/CNRS
MS Powerpoint document   (642KB)



Parallel sessions

PS5 > New gas technologies for high energy efficiency buildings

Chairman: J. Schweitzer, Vice-Chairman MARCOGAZ utilization committee, DGC

arrow   Introduction
J. Schweitzer, MARCOGAZ, DGC
MS Powerpoint document   (447KB)
arrow   Conventional gas appliance: development of a low power modulating condensing boiler
F. Aguile, GDF SUEZ - F. Vergne, VERGNE INNOVATION
MS Powerpoint document   (1.19MB)
arrow   Successful development of gas heat pumps in domestic and commercial heating markets
P. Robinet, GDF SUEZ - M. Rota & L. Tischer, ROBUR
MS Powerpoint document   (1.41MB)
arrow   Are hybrid technologies an option?
T. Muller - GrDF
MS Powerpoint document   (619KB)
arrow   Are hybrid technologies an option?
M. Trela - ELM LEBLANC - BOSCH
MS Powerpoint document   (1.22MB)
arrow   Why does Japan believe in domestic fuel cell? Adaptation to European market?
T. Kasuh, Osaka Gas
MS Powerpoint document   (1.10MB)
arrow   Conclusions and recommendations
J. Schweitzer, MARCOGAZ, DGC
MS Powerpoint document   (471KB)



PS6 > Towards a smarter gas infrastructure

Chairman: P. Boucly

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How innovative monitoring can lead to interactive gas pipes
T. Leveder, GDF SUEZ

MS Powerpoint document   (886KB)



Workforce Information Management and mobility applications in the Gas Industry
:

arrow   DSO point of view
M. Piovano and E. Aceto, Italgas
MS Powerpoint document   (885KB)
arrow   TSO point of view
G. Gatto, GRTgaz
MS Powerpoint document   (1.44MB)



Use of keyhole technologies:

arrow   Advancing the Way Utilities are Installed, Maintained and Repaired
D. Jarnecke, GTI
MS Powerpoint document   (1.36MB)
arrow   European implementation
W. Wessing, EON
MS Powerpoint document   (808KB)

 

Organizers

EGATEC 2013 is jointly organized by :

More information

For more information visit : www.egatec2013.com

Best regards,


Daniel Hec

Daniel Hec

Daniel Hec
Secretary General Marcogaz

 
     
   
 

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