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Speaker and talks

Thomas Bareiß

Thomas Bareiß

Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
Key to decarbonisation: the German Federal Government’s hydrogen strategy
Dr. Klaus Bonhoff

Dr. Klaus Bonhoff

Director General Policy Issues, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)
Implementing the national hydrogen strategy in the transport sector
Thorsten Herbert

Thorsten Herbert

Divisional Head Transport and Infrastructure, NOW GmbH
National Innovation Programme Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology (NIP) with a focus on infrastructure challenges
Emanuel Grassal

Emanuel Grassal

Low Carbon Strategy Manager, BP Europa SE
Decarbonising the mobility sector – green fuels from the refinery
Heinz Esser

Heinz Esser

Geschäftsführer, Managing Director, DVGW North Rhine-Westphalia
Supporting gas-powered mobility in North Rhine- Westphalia – concepts and activities
Prof. Dr. Gerlad Linke

Prof. Dr. Gerlad Linke

Chairman, DVGW
Panel discussion: Tank2Wheel vs. Well2Wheel – bench-testing economic efficiency
Ralf Diemer

Ralf Diemer

Head of Department Economic Policy, German Association of the Automotive Industry
Panel discussion: Tank2Wheel vs. Well2Wheel – bench-testing economic efficiency
Werner Diwald

Werner Diwald

Chairman, German Hydrogen and Fuel-Cell Association
Panel discussion: Tank2Wheel vs. Well2Wheel – bench-testing economic efficiency
Kristina Haverkamp

Kristina Haverkamp

Managing Director, German Energy Agency
Panel discussion: Tank2Wheel vs. Well2Wheel – bench-testing economic efficiency
Dr. Timm Kehler

Dr. Timm Kehler

Managing Director, German Natural Gas Initiative (Zukunft ERDGAS)
Moderator
Nikolas Iwan

Nikolas Iwan

Managing Director, H2 MOBILITY Deutschland
Transforming transport with hydrogen: the future is now
Frank Rößler

Frank Rößler

Managing Director, MoviaTec GmbH
CNG and the mobility of the future
Katharina Milinkovich

Katharina Milinkovich

Head of Operations, BarMalGas GmbH
Interview: developing the LNG filling station network – challenges and perspectives
Silvano Calcagno

Silvano Calcagno

Managing Director, LIQVIS GmbH
Interview: developing the LNG filling station network – challenges and perspectives
Jan Willem Drijver

Jan Willem Drijver

Managing Director, PitPoint.LNG
LNG bunkering for inland waterway vessels: a new dimension
Alexander Garbar

Alexander Garbar

Project Manager Corporate Development and Strategy, Port of Duisburg
Interview: developing the LNG filling station network – challenges and perspectives
Jan Schubert

Jan Schubert

Senior Manager Sales & Business Development, Nauticor GmbH & Co. KG
Interview: developing the LNG filling station network – challenges and perspectives
Katja Freitag

Katja Freitag

Spokesperson, German LNG Terminal
Interview: developing the LNG filling station network – challenges and perspectives
Benjamin Scholz

Benjamin Scholz

Ship Type Expert Gas Carriers, DNV GL SE
Interview: developing the LNG filling station network – challenges and perspectives
Dr. Gerfried Jungmeier

Dr. Gerfried Jungmeier

Key Researcher ‘Future Energy Systems and Lifestyle’, Joanneum Research
Life-cycle analysis as a bench test: the carbon and energy footprint of transport systems
Matthias Kerner

Matthias Kerner

Managing Director, bmp greengas GmbH
The role of biomethane in tomorrow’s climate-friendly mobility
Dr. Oliver Ehret

Dr. Oliver Ehret

Senior Manager E-Mobility, Center of Automotive Management
Focus and findings of the DVGW study on hydrogen mobility
Dr. Carola Kantz

Dr. Carola Kantz

Deputy Managing Director, Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA) AG Power-to-X for Applications
P2X – a must for mobility, an opportunity for mechanical engineering
Rolf Huber

Rolf Huber

Chairman, H2 Energy AG
Switzerland: sector coupling as an enabler for the hydrogen economy
Friedrich Lesche

Friedrich Lesche

Business Development Alternative Drives, Iveco Magirus AG
Methane engines – the smart alternative for heavy-goods transport
Stephan Neumann

Stephan Neumann

Group Head Technology Projects - Decarbonisation, Volkswagen AG
Passenger cars: towards a carbon-neutral mobility
Jens- Michael Flöther

Jens- Michael Flöther

Senior Produktmanager, Hyundai Motor Deutschland GmbH
Panel discussion: CNG, LNG, hydrogen or hybrid – which horse is the automotive industry backing?
Stefan Ziegert

Stefan Ziegert

Product Manager Alternative Transport Solutions, Scania Deutschland GmbH
Panel discussion: CNG, LNG, hydrogen or hybrid – which horse is the automotive industry backing?
Siegfried Knecht

Siegfried Knecht

Director R&T Affairs, Airbus Public Affairs Germany
Aviation: ‘green jet fuel’ for a sustainable future
Hansjörg Kunze

Hansjörg Kunze

Vice President Communication & Sustainability, AIDA Cruises - German Branch of Costa Crociere S.p.A.
Gas meets water: AIDAnova – the very first cruise liner afloat on LNG
Tessa Rodewaldt

Tessa Rodewaldt

Managing Director, Maritime LNG Platform
Moderation
Dr. Dietrich Gerstein

Dr. Dietrich Gerstein

Head of Mobility Concepts, DVGW
Moderation
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The Future of Gas-Powered Mobility 2020

Industry forum focussing on CNG, LNG and renewable gases

120

Participants

30

Speakers

2

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The huge challenges of energy and climate policies facing today’s mobility sector can only be overcome by combining different technologies and drive systems. Gas-powered mobility is one option that may replace petrol and diesel engines in the short and medium term. Alongside CNG and LNG, green gases such as biomethane or hydrogen are well-suited for low-emission mobility. In the future, green gases will also be able to be used for alternatives to conventional propulsion technologies in aviation and shipping.

This two-day symposium is the ideal place for stakeholders from the various industry sectors to come together and share experiences.

The star-studded presentations and panels will allow leading representatives from the automotive industry, fleet and infrastructure operators, utilities and politics to discuss current issues.

Topics

Target audience

  • Regulation: parameters for decarbonising the transport sector
  • Discussion: Tank2Wheel versus Well2Wheel
  • Strategy: what are the engines and fuels that will ensure our mobility in the future?
  • Infrastructure: business and expansion models for filling-station networks
  • Perspectives: the use and allowability of green gases
  • Future prospects: is hydrogen gaining ground?
  • Logistics providers
  • Shipping companies, airline operators
  • Public transport operators
  • Vehicle & engine manufacturers
  • Filling station & infrastructure operators
  • Gas utilities
  • Public authorities

Cooperation partners

Zwar sind Erdgaskraftstoffe bis 2026 steuerbegünstigt, doch es fehlen systemische Impulse zum weiteren Ausbau der Infrastruktur. Die „Nationale Plattform Zukunft der Mobilität“ hat es nun in der Hand, wirksame verkehrspolitische Instrumente zu entwickeln, damit die Erdgasmobilität endlich Fahrt aufnehmen kann.
Prof. Dr. Gerald Linke

Prof. Dr. Gerald Linke

DVGW-Vorstandsvorsitzender

 

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