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From monogas to multigas

New and other natural gas qualities, new green gases, hydrogen, synthetic gases, gas mixes and large carbon dioxide (CO2) streams, make that the conventional monogas world disappearing and offers space for a multigas world. This world asks for new methods of measuring, new technologies and infrastructures, new efficient and clean gas production, transport and use, and, of course, in this changing energy pattern, a smart anticipation of economical and legal rules of the game.

Sub-themes

1. Technical quality specifications for natural and sustainable gases
2. Technical consequences of the diversity in gas streams for pipeline integrity and gas treatment
3. Measuring techniques to determine quality specifications
4. Economic and legal consequences of the introduction of new gases
5. Production and use of green gas
6. Transportation and storage of carbon dioxide