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TI1: IMPLEMENTING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES: MIX-GASES
This session will address new technologies and technological approaches for introducing renewable natural gases (RNG) and power-to-gas feedstocks into traditional transport and end use natural gas systems, equipment, and appliances. Presentations will cover technological innovations, optimization of operating practices, technical and operational challenges, and beneficial outcomes of these mixed gas approaches to gaseous fuel supply.
TI2: LOW CARBON CONCEPTS FOR LNG PRODUCTION AND SHIPPING
This session will present new technological approaches for LNG production and shipping that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power generating equipment and cargoes.
Carlos GuerreroGlobal Market Leader Gas Carriers and TankersBureau Veritas Marine and Offshore
Martin GwinnerExecutive Director Conceptual Design Natural Gas PlantsLinde Engineering
Amiza Binti SurmiResearcherPETRONAS RESEARCH SDN BHD
Surkani MananVice President – Corporate Strategic Planning & Business DevelopmentPT Perta Arun Gas (Pertamina Affiliate)
Tomas MarambaSr. DirectorFluor
Ana Cecilia PatroniTechnology ManagerYPF
TI4: NEW PIPELINE DEPLOYMENT AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES
This session will explore the following key topics:
- Can new pipeline deployment technology speed up the access to new markets?
- Can you reduce the end user cost of gas by introducing digitalization
TI5: ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND NATURAL GAS PRICING: CAN GAS PROVIDE AN ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE WAY TO ENERGY TRANSITION
This session provides successful examples where gas is the key success factor in energy transition despite high capital expenditures. It focusses on the pathway from emission intense fuels like coal or oil to natural gas to lower emissions based on efficient solutions and technologies that are already available now. The session will illustrate the role played by natural gas to significantly reduce emissions in the power generation, heating, transport sectors, to improve the air.
Lara OwensDirector of Science and TechnologyMiQ
Noradnin Hafeeza binti Haji NawawiPrincipal Engineer (Liquefaction), Group Technical Solution (GTS)PETRONAS
Ganesan SubbaramanInstitute FellowGTI
Shahrokh ZandiehVakiliHead of Studies and Development of Engineering for Parts & MaterialsNational Iranian Gas Company (N.I.G.C.)
Gayoung KimConsultantPoten & Parnters
TI6: INTERNET OF THINGS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: 2 ALLIES FOR OPTIMIZING RISKS AND COSTS FOR GAS TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
This session will focus on applications and tools to enhance optimizations in transmission systems.
M Hisham Abu BakarPrincipal Engineer (Pipeline Integrity)Petroliam Nasional Berhad
Maria Luisa CassanoSenior Vice President Dispatching & MeteringSNAM
Won Mog ChoiResearch EngineerKorea Gas Corporation
Mohd Nazmi bin Mohd Ali NapiahCustodian/Head/Group Technical Authority (Pipeline Eng.)Group Technical Solutions (GTS), Project Delivery & Technology, PETRONAS
TI7: IMPLEMENTING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES: DIGITALIZATION
Digital transformation has accelerated in the gas industry. Digitalization offers multiple benefits in E&P areas: uncovering new resources, enhancing the mining efficiencies, and dramatic cost saving. Blockchain is providing emerging opportunities to revolutionize trading and payment systems. Leveraging and deploying emerging digital technologies into the O&M of gas infrastructure realize breakthrough improvements in evaluating the integrity and safety, effective operation, and reducing the cost. In end-use sectors, intelligent and smart systems and a variety of new services with digital technology is being provided to customers. This session will address the latest digital transformation in the gas industry.
TI9: STORAGE; MARKETS, TECHNOLOGY, AND ROLE IN LOW CARBON FUTURE
This session will present current information on storage, including the storage market situation, technology advances in storage, storage of unconventional gases, and, importantly, the critical role that storage will play in the road to the decarbonization of energy systems.
TI10: INNOVATIONS IN GAS TRANSMISSION NETWORKS: A BOOSTER FOR THE ENERGY MARKETS FLEXIBILITY
This session will consider the Innovations to minimize prices of gas and optimize safety of supply.
Tommaso FerrariSales Application Manager Oil & Gas DecarbonizationTurboden S.p.A.
Ruben ParaisyMarketing ExpertGRTgaz
Michele RicciardiHead of Snam Gas Network Technical Services and StandardsSnam
Vittorio MusazziVice Chairman Transmission CommitteeInternational Gas UnionSenior ConsultantSNAM S.p.A.
TI8: GAS TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN THE DIGITAL HOME
Mobility in any of its different disciplines will continue to focus the agenda at all levels. People, merchandise, have to keep moving and natural gas will take a leading role as a less polluting alternative.
TI13: APPLYING CIRCULAR ECONOMY (CE) CONCEPT TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
This session will discuss about the application of circular economy concept to improve environmental performance. Using this concept, case studies of interest may include, but not limited to:
- Water and waste management
- Emissions reduction
- Soil and groundwater management
- Decomissioning – rehabilitation
Sultan M. AhmariSenior Process EngineerSaudi Aramco
Maryam Ali Al-KaabiLaboratory Quality SpecialistQatargas Company
Rahma Al MuqbaliProcess Safety EngineerOman LNG LLC
Markus LesemannSr. Director, Business DevelopmentGas Technology Institute (GTI)
Amiza Binti SurmiResearcherPETRONAS RESEARCH SDN BHD
TI14: GHG REDUCTION THROUGH OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
This session will present new and efficient developments, which are reducing emissions e.g. by heat integration, start-up optimization, use of artificial intelligence, smart process control etc.
TI15: INNOVATION OF GAS AND RENEWABLES FOR A CLEANER ENERGY SYSTEM
Complementary roles of natural gas and renewables can lead towards a low CO2 emission future. This session will discuss about innovation of gas and renewables, transformation of natural gas, and alternative renewable sources such as biogas and hydrogen in existing gas infrastructure.
TI17: TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPMENT FOR MINIMIZING GHG EMISSIONS AND FOR ENSURING INTRODUCTION OF RENEWABLE GASSES
This session will explore tools and innovations to become greener and greener ensuring at the same time a safe and a reliable introduction of renewable gases and the minimization of emissions.
TI18: HOW NATURAL GAS SOLUTIONS CAN HELP IMPLEMENTATION OF ZERO CARBON TRANSITION
The world and energy are changing. The level of demand on companies as a vector of transition towards greener energies and the agendas of the organizations make it necessary to reflect on the non-domestic field. We are looking for examples and case studies of the role of natural gas in the commercial, industrial and power generation, as a solution that can help implementation of zero carbon transition.