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13 May, 2020
Hotel Okura,
Amsterdam

Progressing the decarbonisation dialogue for biogas & biomethane

Opportunities in power generation, grid injection and heavy transport

A one-day event co-located with the Flame conference.

New Agenda Live

The agenda for the 2020 Biogas Development Forum is out and ready to view.

Key themes from the 2020 agenda

Securing quality feedstock supply

Rethink feedstock supply and assess the sustainability credentials of different sources of biomass. Discover how to unlock each source’s potential for biogas production, and discuss prices, technical challenges and regulations.

Harmonising the regulatory framework

Examine legislative differences at the European and national levels. Assess the role of biogas in ensuring compliance with the Renewable Energy Directive, and how the fuel fits into the new decarbonisation package. Would creating a homogenous regulatory framework help to foster collaboration and boost biogas consumption?

Developing successful biogas markets

Learn from Europe’s most established biogas markets and how they are working to decarbonise their gas networks. How do these different countries see biogas development progressing now and in the future? 

Emerging biomethane markets: transport focus

How can biomethane deliver greater GHG reductions? Discuss its role in the transport sector and the blending obligation scheme, and assess the profitability of transporting biomethane in future. Is the biomethane market sufficiently well developed? What are the barriers to profitability?

Taking advantage of BioLNG & LBG

What opportunities are available for liquefied biogas (LBG) and BioLNG production and consumption? Explore the fuel’s use in the heavy transportation and shipping sectors. What does the refuelling infrastructure look like for LNG & CNG vehicles across Europe, and where is more collaboration needed?

Achieving scale through technology & policy development

Does the responsibility for scaling up biogas production lie with the natural gas industry? Gain insights on technological innovation and policy development.

Who should attend the Biogas Development Forum?


  • Biogas project developers
  • Biogas/biomethane plant owners & operators
  • Utilities, power generators & energy companies
  • Stakeholders in the food and beverage industry
  • Feedstock suppliers
  • Waste management professionals
  • Financiers, insurers and legal services
  • Plant & equipment manufacturers

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