Strategies for emission control on biogas upgrading plants
Workshop organised by Task 37, in collaboration with Biomasse Suisse, Zurich University of applied Sciences (ZHAW), Association of the Swiss Gas Industry, Research Project consortium EMMINA.
The workshop will take place at 9:30 -12:30 CEST, at the Restaurant Gnadenthal, Reusspark 10 in 5524 Niederwil, Switzerland, and will also be available online.
The upgrading process of biogas to Biomethane results in a gas stream containing (bio-) methane and a second gas stream containing the CO2 and an unwanted part of the biomethane, called methane slip. This CO2 rich gas stream either directly emitted to the atmosphere or its content of methane is oxidised before the release into the atmosphere, according to the applicable regulations. National regulations on the handling of the methane slip differ substantially in EU countries, France has recently changed the thresholds, in Switzerland new regulations are discussed. The presentations address the options for the reduction of the emissions and put the options for emission reduction into a context with GHG balances and national situation in Switzerland and France.
Jan Liebetrau (Rytec GmbH, IEA Bioenergy Task 37) – Welcome and introduction
Hajo Nägele (ZHAW) – Status quo and Perspectives of emissions from upgrading plants in Switzerland
Lukas Knoll (DBFZ) – Emissions from ugrading plants – results of measurement campaign in Germany
Jan Liebetrau (Rytec GmbH) – Technologies for the treatment of gases with low methane content
Alice L’Hostis (CTBM) – New Limits for emissions from Upgrading in France – State of the Art and Perspectives
Allessandro Agostini (ENEA) – Greenhouse gas emissions reduction costs of biomethane slip oxidation
Site Visit of Biomethane and CO2 Liquification Plant of Regionalwerke Baden (Nesselnbach) Attendance is free of charge, number of participants is limited, lunch is not included Registration for in person participation is required, can be found here.