Tap into the future of gas

3rd Oct 2017


The UK’s gas grid is a vital asset and, whilst it currently supplies 85% of homes, this extensive infrastructure has so much more to give. In a future where reducing emissions, exploring decarbonisation pathways and solving the ‘energy trilemma’ is a political priority; gas is key.

The future role of gas in the UK is the central theme at The Energy and Utilities Alliance’s upcoming event, Gas 2017, taking place on the 8th November. The event, Sponsored by DNV GL, Baxi Heating and Wales and West Utilities, will examine the opportunities and challenges associated with decarbonising gas, offering insight and networking opportunities with key players across the industry at a unique venue – the National Brewery Centre in Burton upon Trent.

From energy efficiency in UK buildings, to the potential for gas to decarbonise transport and improve air quality, discussions will explore the varied ways in which the UK’s existing infrastructure, in the form of the gas grid, can enable us to tackle the complex issues the energy and utilities industry face.

Speakers include Jonathan Brearley, Senior Partner for Networks at OFGEM, providing us with an update on RIIO, Chris Manson- Whitton, Director at Progressive Energy, exploring the potential of synthetic natural gas and Phillip Fjeld, CEO of CNG fuels, discussing how natural gas can decarbonise transportation.

Take advantage of a day of networking and insights, allowing you to build relationships and explore how to truly harness the gas grid’s potential, all in a unique venue with an optional tour and beer tasting experience afterwards.

Find out more and book your place here.