November 2012
12 11 2012

Swedegas becomes new joint owner of SGC

The infrastructure company Swedegas, which owns the gas grid in Sweden, will become the new joint owner of cleantech company Swedish Gas Tech-nology Centre (SGC) following a 20 per cent stock acquisition. SGC leads and co-ordinates energy gasresearch, development and demon-stration with a focus on renewables, and is owned jointly by companies in the energy sector.

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October 2012
01 10 2012

Vopak, Swedegas and the Port of Gothenburg turn their attention to the market: Chance to play a part in the planning of the LNG Terminal in Gothenburg

Planning of the new terminal for liquefied natural gas at the Port of Gothenburg is in full flow. During the summer, Vopak and Swedegas signed an agreement, which has now also been signed by the Port of Gothenburg. The parties are about to turn their attention to the market to investigate the level of interest in liquefied natural gas.

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August 2012
30 08 2012

Swedegas certified by the Energy Markets Inspectorate

The Energy Markets Inspectorate, which is the supervisory authority for the energy market, has certified Swedegas as a transmission grid operator for natural gas in Sweden. Swedegas is now a TSO (Transmission System Operator) for the Swedish gas market.

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June 2012
29 06 2012

GoBiGas och Swedegas enter into agreement

The difficulty of transporting biogas over long distances looks as if it is about to be resolved. Previously, biogas was transported mainly in gas canisters on the back of a truck. An expensive and time-consuming process that often impacted seriously on the profitability and environmental benefits of biogas production. GoBiGas in Gothenburg is now investing in transport in the grid to reach a larger market, including industry. According to industry figures, around 10 per cent of all biogas is 'flared' because of the lack of an infrastructure through to the customer. 'Flaring' means that biogas is burned off at the production site without being used.

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20 06 2012

Swedegas and Vopak investigate open access LNG terminal in Gothenburg, Sweden

A terminal for liquefied natural gas, LNG, could be completed in Gothenburg, the largest port in Nordic region, as early as 2015. This is the aim behind today's signing of a letter of intent, stating that Gothenburg-based Swedegas and the Dutch company Royal Vopak are exploring the possibility to enter into a joint venture and invest in the terminal. The terminal can store LNG to supply both shipping and industry and will be open to all parties interested in supplying the Swedish market. This will enable major environmental benefits with the switch from heavy fuel oil to gas.

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20 06 2012

Swedegas and Vopak investigate open access LNG terminal in Gothenburg

A terminal for liquefied natural gas, LNG, could be completed in Gothenburg, the leading port in the Nordic region, as early as 2015. This is the aim behind today's signing of a letter of intent, outlining plans by Gothenburg-based Swedegas and the Dutch company Vopak LNG to enter into a joint venture and invest in the terminal. The terminal will supply LNG to both shipping and industry and will be open to all parties seeking to be involved in supplying gas to the Swedish market. There will be major environmental benefits when shipping and industry switch from heavy oil to gas.

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March 2012
30 03 2012

Swedegas collaborates in energy and water supply

The future will bring stricter stipulations regarding efficiency and secure provision of energy, water and sewage services whilst at the same time we are striving for a climate-neutral environment.

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29 03 2012

Gas Regional Investment Plan

Gas Regional Investment Plan

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