- Offer to reserve quayside LNG bunkering capacity at the Port of Gothenburg
Sustainable energy transition – global competitiveness
How will the energy transition materialise? What form will a balanced energy mix take in order to ensure welfare, growth and employment? We will discuss the challenges and opportun...
What are the challenges and opportunities facing the formulation and implementation future energy and climate policy? What does the energy system shift mean for security of supply, competitiveness, ecological sustainability and the general investme...
The energy company Axpo is set to become a new operator on the Swedish gas market. Axpo has signed an agreement with Swedegas, which owns and runs the Swedish gas transmission grid, to become a balance administrator. Axpo will also sell gas, which will offer greater freedom of choice to Swedish gas consumers.
Both companies will work actively to increase the proportion of biogas in the Swedish system.
Lars Persson has been appointed as technical project manager at Swedegas. The focus will be on working with the company’s planned LNG infrastructure investment programme.
A target of 15 TWh of biogas by 2030 and a whole series of prioritised control measures and key actions are included in a proposed national biogas strategy that will be presented today. The proposal is the outcome of what has been unique, across-the-board collaboration with representatives from leading biogas producers, distributors and users.
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