The Cash for Gas conference held by Northern Gas networks was a great success
More than 100 delegates from sectors including local authorities, farming, waste distribution and industrial food waste attended our Biomethane conference, organised in partnership with the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers.
The conference encouraged stakeholders to consider the commercial advantages of Biomethane production and the steps that organisations need to take to maximise return from their waste.
Dan Sadler presents an overview of the Biomethane production potential within Northern Gas Networks.
Biomethane Specialist Rob Heap discusses how we can ‘think outside of the box’ to achieve ‘critical mass’.
Gas Entry Equipment provider demonstrates the financial rewards of developing a Biomethane.
Q&A panel chaired by Dan with panel members Rob Heap and John Murphy.
Peter Williams of E-on Community Energy business informs us on how gas is sold to by the producers to the transporters.
Compass Renewables are technology financers and Bruce Nelson explains the companies interests in anaerobic digestions and Gas to Grid projects.
Obtaining funding is one of the hurdles producers will have to overcome. Bank of Scotland’s Nick Simmonds and Richard Waters shed light on the topic.
Q&A panel chaired by Dan with panel members Peter Williams, Bruce Nelsons, Nick Simmonds and Richard Waters.