Gas Networks Ireland is delighted to sponsor ‘The Road to 2050: The Future of Gas Infrastructure in Ireland’ conference, which will take place on Wednesday, 13thSeptember 2017 at the Grand Hotel in Malahide, County Dublin. Hosted by the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), the one day conference forms part of their ‘Road to 2050’ series of conferences, looking at the role gas will play in the future energy mix of Ireland, from now to 2050 and beyond. Among the many themes explored are: the role low carbon gas will play in decarbonising the gas network; the practicalities of injecting low carbon gas into the national gas network; and the effects of gas quality on the supply chain.
Julie McGrath, CNG Commercial Engineer, Gas Networks Ireland will present at the conference to outline the development of Ireland’s national CNG refuelling network and Ian Kilgallon, Innovation and Business Development Manager, Gas Networks Ireland will discuss the integration of biogas into Ireland’s national gas grid. Maurice Power, Gas Network Ireland’s Senior Planning Engineer will also deliver a presentation to attendees on the ten year outlook for gas in Ireland.
Speaking ahead of the conference, Liam Nolan, Gas Networks Ireland commented: "We are delighted to be sponsoring and speaking at ‘The Future of Gas Infrastructure in Ireland’ conference this September. As the body that owns, builds, maintains and operates the national gas network, we prioritise innovation, new technology and developing Ireland’s gas infrastructure to ensure that gas will be able to play a role in managing Ireland’s transition to a low-carbon future, one which will our both benefit generations to come and our country, well into the future."
To register or for further information please see:
Mary O’Mahony, PR Manager, Gas Networks Ireland
T: (021) 453 4545
M: (086) 834 2277
Gas Networks Ireland is the business division of Ervia that owns, builds and maintains the Natural gas network in Ireland and connects all customers to the gas network. Gas Networks Ireland operates one of the most modern and safe gas networks in the world and ensures that almost 680,000 homes and businesses receive a safe, efficient and secure supply of Natural Gas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Ervia is a commercial semi-state multi-utility company with responsibility for the delivery of gas and water infrastructure and services in Ireland.