The REGATEC 2018 speakers will be personally invited in order to create a well composed conference centred around the conference topics. However, if you feel that you have an interesting contribution related to bio-, electro- and thermochemical conversion of biomass/waste to biomethane don’t hesitate to contact us.

Please note that for commercial players to be considered as speakers we expect an active support of the conference.


Power-to-gas through high temperature electrolysis and CO2 methanation
Myriam de Saint Jean, Dr. Engie Lab CRIGEN

Micro-scale biogas liquefaction – The Samsø case, the technology and market aspects
Knud Tybirk, PhD, Biogas 2020 Project manager, Samsø Municipality, Technical Department, and CEO of Samsø Biogas IVS.
Knud TybirkKnud Tybirk is a biologist and has broad experience from environmental research (air pollution, agroecosystem biodiversity), as rural development consultant in Danish Agricultural Advisory Service, as Biomass manager at Agro Business Park (biogas and biomass innovation joining research and business) and the last 2 years on establishing the value chain from Field to Ferry – biogas for the Samsø Ferry. Knud has moved to the small but innovative Island of Samsø to go all in for the biogas value chain establishment via Interreg ØKS project Biogas 2020 .
Advances in syngas cleaning
Ange Nzihou, Prof. École nationale supérieure des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux
Ange NzihouProfessor Ange NZIHOU obtained his PhD degree in Chemical Engineering in 1994 at the National Polytechnic Institute in Toulouse (France). He is Distinguished Professor and Director of the  RAPSODEE research center at IMT-Mines Albi (France). He also holds number of visiting professor positions in USA, China and Irland. He is Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Waste and Biomass Valorization”, and is also Chair of the WasteEng Conference series. He is co-author of more than 120 articles in peer-reviewed international journals in the field of thermochemical conversion of waste and biomass, catalysis and functional materials for energy and pollutants remediation.
Latest research on small-scale methanation in combined systems at TUM
Sebastain Fendt, Dipl.-Ing., Technical University of Munich
Sebastian FendtSebastian Fendt is a chemical engineer working as senior scientist, lecturer and project manager at Technical University of Munich (TUM). Since 2015, he leads a research group at TUM, Institute for Energy Systems, focussed on the energetic utilization of biomass and biogenic waste materials. He is active in the field of fundamental as well as applied research with a focus on technological developments in biomass combustion, gasification and thermal pre-treatment. His special interest is on the small-scale SNG production with renewable power integration. He manages research projects on national as well as international level in cooperation with partners from research and industry.
Power-to-gas through high temperature electrolysis and CO2 methanation
Myriam de Saint Jean, Dr., Engie Lab CRIGEN
Power-to-gas and Biogas – a smart combination for the future energy system
Ramona Schröer, Dr.-Ing., Fraunhofer Institut für Windenergie und Energiesystemtechnik IWES
WoodRoll® – Green syngas for demanding process industry
Magnus Nelsson Folkelid, Business Manager, Cortus Energy AB