11:00-12:00 Registration
12:00-13:00 Lunch
Renewable methane for G-mobility – policy, potential and status
13:00-14:30 Jörgen Held & Frank Scholwin
Welcome and practical details
Dieter Sell, Thuringian Energy and GreenTech Agency
Status and policy for biomethane in Thuringia
Stefan Rauh, German Biogas Association
Status and policy for biomethane as vehicle fuel in Germany
Harm Grobrügge, European Biogas Association
Renewable methane and G-mobility from a European perspective
14:30-15:15 Coffee break and poster session
Renewable methane – synergies, trading and monitoring
15:15-16:30 Sebastian Fendt, Technical University of Munich
Enhanced SNG production by combining biomass-to-gas and Power-to-gas
Matthias Edel, ERGaR
Developing cross-border transfer of renewable gas certificates in Europe to facilitate the biomethane market uptake
Ulf Richter, Richter ECOS GmbH
Monitoring of biogas upgrading plants to achieve high availability and efficiency
16:30-16:45 Short break to stretch the legs
Biomethane – project development and bioeconomy
16:45-17:30 Helmut Kern, Arcanum Energy Systems GmbH & Co. KG
Biomethane as a fuel – implications for project development and profitability
Lorie Hamelin, Toulouse Biotechnology Institute
Hydrogen assisted biomass to methane – a regional bioeconomy case
17:30-18:30 Network Plus
19:30 Welcome drink
20:00-22:00 Conference Dinner
22:00-23:00 Mingle


G-mobility and liquefied biogas
09:00-10:15 Robin Hörrmann, NGVA Europe
gmobility in Europe – where are we going?
Johan Laurell, Swedish Gas Association
LBG development in Sweden
Yannick Rouaud, Air Liquide
Biogas to bio-LNG for G-mobility
Jerom van Roosmalen, Nordsol Projects
How to produce liquefaction-ready biomethane with membranes only, zero methane slip and no heat demand
10:15-10:45 Coffee break
Methanation and syngas fermentation
10:45-12:00 Anne-Cécile Roger, University of Strasbourg
COx methanation : catalyst development and reactor modelling coupling kinetics and deactivation
Stefan Rönsch, University of Applied Sciences Jena
Methanation – Review and Hot Topics
Niels Bjarne Rasmussen, Danish Gas technology Centre
Converting wood to biogas via syngas – the SYNFERON project
Jürgen Karl, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg
Experiences of fermentation of real syngas to methane
12:00-13:00 Lunch
Pilot, demo and commercial scale biogas and P2G plants
13:00-14:15 Jonas Klückers, microbEnergy GmbH
World’s largest Power-to-gas plant based on biological methanation
Doris Hafenbradl, Electrochaea GmbH
Biological methanation for a green gas grid – experiences of the STORE&GO demo in Solothurn
Erlend Haugsbø, Hyperthermics AS
Experiences of the first full scale Hyperthermics facility
14:15-15:15 Coffee break and poster session
Pilot, demo and commercial scale gasification and P2G plants
15:30-16:45 Rolf Ljunggren, Cortus Energy AB
First experiences of a commercially operated WoodRoll(®) installation
Alexander Bartik, Technical University of Vienna
SNG production via gasification and catalytic methanation: Latest developments at TU Wien
Anni Alitalo, Q Power Oy
Q Power: Boosting synthetic fuel production
Jörgen Held & Frank Scholwin
Summary and closing of the conference

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