VAASA GAS EXCHANGE
23 March 2017, Thursday 9:00 – 17:00, Venue: Vaasa City Hall, Senaatinkatu 1
Online registration has ended but you can still register at the event venue (Vaasa City Hall). The event is free for visitors.
WELCOME TO MEET ACTORS FROM TODAYS HOTTEST INDUSTRY
The Vaasa Gas Exchange (VGE) is an international networking event for energy experts, focusing on natural gas and biogas in all formats for power generation, transportation and shipping. The event will be held for the second time in 2017 and consists of an exhibition, an in-depth seminar and exhibitor briefings.
FIND OUT WHAT POSSIBILITIES BOOMING GAS MARKET OFFERS
VGE is held in the rapidly growing regional gas cluster. The cluster has several active companies and actors working together with innovative projects such as a new energy laboratory and gas fueling stations.
At VGE, enterprises will have the opportunity to meet other actors, driving forces and potential partners from Finland and abroad. During the event visitors can find out what possibilities, challenges and alternatives the booming gas market offers currently and in the near future.
MEET ALMOST 70 EXHIBITORS
Almost 70 exhibitors have registered for 2017. They will feature representatives of manufacturers of vehicles; port operators; waste management; consultants and educators; research and expert organizations; universities; equipment, technology, plant, natural gas and biogas suppliers & manufacturers as well as experts from several other fields of business.
VGE is organised by the Vaasa Energy Institute in partnership with Gasum, Merinova, Stormossen, University of Vaasa, VASEK, Wärtsilä and the Åbo Akademi University.
GAS EXCHANGE SEMINAR
The role of gas as transition fuel towards a more sustainable world energy production and its position in the climate strategy is discussed on a European and National level in the seminar.
Biogas and imported LNGs role in the Nordic ecosystem is presented in several presentations together with the prospects of sustainable bio methane production. Practical example of use of gas in transport vehicles is also presented and discussed.
Energy Policy in the European Parliament
The Role of Gas in the National Energy and Climate Strategy
Nordic Biogas Market Developing – Biogas as a Part of the Nordic Gas Ecosystem
Building a Successful Mid-Scale LNG Terminal in Arctic Conditions
Status Quo and Future Prospects for Biogas as a Transport Fuel in Europe
Biomethane Production – Overview of Available Technologies
Future Industrial Biogas Production in the Nordics
Energy Systems in Transition Opens Up for Gas R&D
Sustainable Transport and Methane Powered Vehicles