European Annual Gas Conference November 2020

2019-11-29
Collaborating to Reduce Port-related Emissions at Canada’s Largest Port and Beyond
Collaborating to Reduce Port-related Emissions at Canada’s Largest Port and Beyond

At Canada’s largest port, plans are underway to establish the first ship-to-ship liquefied natural gas (LNG) marine refuelling service on the west coast of North America to support the maritime industry’s transition to this clean-burning marine fuel.  With regulations from the International Maritime Organization on sulphur oxide and greenhouse gas emissions going into effect in January, the number of LNG-capable ships is expected to increase globally.

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2019-11-29
LNG…..The Silver Lining of a Very Dark Cloud
LNG…..The Silver Lining of a Very Dark Cloud

Every dark cloud has a silver lining. The silver lining on a cloud is an indication that the sun is behind it. I truly believe that Canadian LNG is that sun…!

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2019-11-27
Canada’s LNG Leads the Way in Low Emissions
Canada’s LNG Leads the Way in Low Emissions

Countries around the world are turning to LNG to meet their climate and human health commitments. Canada is uniquely positioned to meet global demand for LNG with the lowest-emission LNG available. Liquified natural gas sourced from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin will have the least carbon dioxide per ton of any LNG produced in the world. Not only will Canada’s LNG projects have the potential to reduce global emissions by displacing coal, but they will also reduce global emissions if they displace LNG produced in other jurisdictions.

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2019-11-27
Canada's Natural Gas Background
Canada's Natural Gas Background

Canada is the world’s fifth-largest natural gas producer and natural gas meets 30 per cent of the country’s entire energy needs. Canada’s natural gas is affordable, abundant, versatile, and is the cleanest-burning hydrocarbon. 

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2019-11-26
Next five years crucial for CCS development
Next five years crucial for CCS development

Higher carbon prices and policy support may boost the prospects for the commercialisation of carbon capture and storage over the coming years. Developing technology for carbon capture, storage and use (CCSU) at scale is critical for the future of gas in Europe, but little progress has been shown to date. Industry leaders attending the European Annual Gas Conference (EAGC) in Paris on Wednesday (6th November) broadly agreed that the next five years will be crucial for the deployment of CCSU.

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2019-11-19
LNG indexation to TTF will extend liquidity growth
LNG indexation to TTF will extend liquidity growth

LONDON (ICIS)--Traded volumes at Europe’s most liquid gas hub the Dutch TTF could climb even further in 2020 as prospective market participants target the hub for gas indexation for LNG contracts. With Atlantic-based LNG supply expected to soar further in 2020 the amount of European LNG offtake will continue to grow. Global LNG supply will average just over 32 million tonnes (mt) per month in 2020, a 7% increase year on year, according to the LNG Edge supply forecast.

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2019-11-14
Methane, the hot potato in the gas sector
Methane, the hot potato in the gas sector

On Europe's road towards carbon-neutrality, natural gas will play an important role as a relatively low(er)-carbon fossil option. However, to solidify this position some hurdles need to be overcome, most notably methane emissions. This became clear during the European Annual Gas Conference in Paris.

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2019-11-14
Green Debate Encroaches on Natural Gas Industry Meeting in Paris
Green Debate Encroaches on Natural Gas Industry Meeting in Paris

The chart shows the European Commission’s long term scenarios on the consumption of gaseous fuels. Each scenario for 2050 shows much lower use of natural gas than the three baseline scenarios a the right. For years, Europe’s top natural gas conferences focused on the boom in deliveries of the cleanest fossil fuel. Now, the gathering is starting to consider the risks piling up from the green movement.

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2019-11-07
3D Visualization in the Oil & Gas Industry
3D Visualization in the Oil & Gas Industry

Digitalization has been one of the keywords of 2019 in the Oil & Gas sector: Big-Data, Cloud Computing, IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) are new terms for an industry well known for being conservative in nature, and most of the digital initiatives taken to date have a limited impact on existing operations. However, it is expected that the potential disruption of digitalization in Oil and Gas will gradually transform the way we work at a scale never seen before. At the forefront of this coming change is 3D visualization & imaging, in all its forms.

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2019-11-07
The Future of 3D Printing Technologies for Offshore E&P
The Future of 3D Printing Technologies for Offshore E&P

Objective / Scope

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2019-10-22
Wireless Gas Leak Monitoring and Detection Technology Simplifies Compliance
Wireless Gas Leak Monitoring and Detection Technology Simplifies Compliance

Detection of toxic and combustible gas leaks is increasingly important for human and environmental protection. Operators must comply to company safety standards and government regulations regarding safety and emissions, yet their current gas leak monitoring and detection may not be adequate.  Extending gas detection coverage, including the cost of planning, design and running conduits for power and signal wires, trenching, and other installation details, can total about $10,000 per device.

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2019-10-11
Reducing Methane Emissions: A Requisite to ensure a Future for Gas
Reducing Methane Emissions: A Requisite to ensure a Future for Gas

Methane is the second most abundant greenhouse gas (GHG) after carbon dioxide (CO2). Compared to CO2, the greenhouse gas effect of methane is significantly stronger in the short term. However, methane has a shorter atmospheric lifespan (8-12 years on average) while CO2 persists in the atmosphere for centuries.

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2019-10-11
The Three Stages of the European Green Deal
The Three Stages of the European Green Deal

Green deals for Europe and Germany with gas infrastructure

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2019-10-09
Natural Gas in Europe – Preparing for the Next Challenge
Natural Gas in Europe – Preparing for the Next Challenge

After two decades, the EU now has a liberalised gas market. Trading determines wholesale prices based on supply and demand and gas-to-gas competition. Prices are converging across Europe and have fallen to ten-year lows, as LNG competes with pipeline gas in Europe’s large and liquid market. Storage levels are at record highs as the market has absorbed higher volumes. All this shows that the market is working exactly as one would expect. Policymakers, regulators and the industry can all congratulate themselves.

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2019-10-04
Five Things to Know about the Global Natural Gas Market
Five Things to Know about the Global Natural Gas Market

Last month, the Gastech conference took place in Houston, often referred to as the Energy Capital of the World. The sheer size of the conference (over 2,500 attendees) is a testament to how significant natural gas has become in the global energy equation.

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2019-10-02
Gastech 2019: How and Why to Embrace a Changing Workforce
Gastech 2019: How and Why to Embrace a Changing Workforce

From left to right: Katie Mehnert, Pink Petro, Sherina Edwards, Quarles & Brady, Rodney Williams, National Grid, Joshua Atkins, FTI Consulting and Tyson Taylor, Pioneer Natural Resources

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