On the 14th of August the BEIC Seminar on Biogas Upgrading takes place at Radisson BLU, Malmö, SWEDEN.
Up to 100 participants are expected. The seminar including coffee breaks and lunch is free of charge.
Send an e-mail to info [@] beic [.] nu with
– Your name and affiliation
– If you have any special food request (e.g. vegetarian, lactose intolerant etc.)
As soon as you receive the confirmation the registration is completed.
Please note that we are not able to send visa invitation letters for a free seminar.
The six first biomethane related companies signing up as exhibitors will be given the opportunity to present their technology in the seminar. The exhibition fee is 500 EUR and includes table, chair, power supply (230/220 V) and cleaning. The coffee breaks and lunch are free of charge.
Preliminary programme (may be subject to changes):
|10:45-11:00||Dr. Jörgen Held, Director Baltic Energy Innovation Centre||Welcome and introduction|
|11:00-11:15||Dr. Andrius Tamosiunas, Deputy Director Lithuanian Energy Institute||Biogas upgrading – a Lithuanian perspective|
|11:15-11:30||Dr. Hennadiy Zhuk, Deputy Director Gas Institute NASU||Biogas upgrading – a Ukrainian perspective|
|11:30-11:45||Dr. Robert Aranowski, Gdansk University of Technology||Biogas upgrading by a Spinning Fluids Reactor|
|11:45-12:00||Prof. Frank Scholwin, Rostock University||Overview of biogas upgrading technologies|
|12:00-13:30||LUNCH & EXHIBITION|
CEO Gasum AB
|Gasum’s view on the Nordic gas ecosystem|
CEO Biokraft AS
|Liquid biogas – Skogn and our way forward|
|14:10-14:30||Jonas C. Svendsen
Head of Trading & Business Development NGF Nature Energy
|Business opportunities and necessary commercial developments|
|14:30-14:45||Ulf Richter, Richter ECOS GmbH||Operation and service of biomethane plants – Challenges, opportunities and solutions|
|14:45-15:00||Benjamin Berg, Cryo Pur||Bio-LNG production with Cryo Pur technology|
|15:00-16:00||COFFEE BREAK & EXHIBITION|
|16:00-16:15||Alexander Ryhl, Ammongas A/S||Biogas upgrading with amine scrubbing|
|16:15-16:30||N.N., Biothane||Biogas upgrading using membranes – a case study|
|16:30-16:45||N.N.||Technology presentations by biogas methane related companies|
|16:45-17:00||Gert-Jan Rap, Hexagon xperion GmbH||Mobile Pipeline® and Mobile Refueling|
|17:00-17:15||Dr. Jörgen Held||SUMMARY|
How to get there
For participants coming by flight the easiest is to fly to Copenhagen Airport in Denmark. Take the train to Sweden (the train station is inside the airport). All trains to Sweden, named “Öresundståg”, stop at Malmö Central station located within walking distance of the conference venue. The trains departure several times per hour and the trip normally takes 24 minutes. Note that there is a border control to enter Sweden. Remember to bring your passport. Train tickets can be purchased in the automatic vending machines or at the ticket office in Copenhagen airport or in advance through the following link (in English) https://www.sj.se/en/home.html#/
You just write “Copenhagen Airport” in the From-box and “Malmö C” in the To-box (it works with Malmo C without the dots over the o, as well).
Leave the central station, cross the channel and take the second street to the left. Continue a few hundred meters and the entrance to the hotel is on your right side. It’s a 9 minutes walk (~700 m) in total. See the location and directions in Google maps.
SE-211 25 Malmö