Methane Emissions Reduction in Gas Sector

Methane is the second most abundant human-induced greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide with much higher potency in the short-term. The Impact assessment of the 2030 climate target plan indicates that methane will continue to be the EU’s dominant non-CO2 greenhouse gas and concludes that stepping up the level of ambition for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions to at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 requires an accelerated effort to tackle methane emissions. A large number of the most cost-effective methane emission savings can be achieved in the energy sector specifically gas sector.  

In this conference, the most prominent European energy industry leaders will gather to discuss the main trends, exchange their opinions and build business relationships through well-organized networking. We will welcome experts in smart gas leak detection, LDAR, measurement, surveying, and more with the aim to tackle and brainstorm on challenges they face and learn the best practices from peers.

  • Smart methane leakage detection
  • The share of TSOs & DSOs in methane emission
  • Benchmarking the best LDAR practices
  • EU legislative prospective for methane emission reduction
  • The cost implication of fugitive methane
  • Mitigation of leaks from underground gas pipelines
Oleksiy Ryabchyn, Naftogaz
Advisor to CEO on Low Carbon Businesses, Naftogaz of Ukraine, Ukraine
Tania Meixús Fernández, Enagas
 International organisations, Enagas, Spain
Cristina Lopez Lazaro grtgaz
Methane emissions R&D engineer, GRTgaz, France
SHE Assurance Engineer, National Grid, UK

Access to 2-Days virtual conference

Discussions and Q&A sessions

Peer-to-peer networking

Post-conference materials

Joining the community of Experts

Event Details
  • Days
  • Start Date
    April 25, 2022 13:00
  • End Date
    April 26, 2022 17:00