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GPA Europe November 2021 Newsletter

GPA Europe November 2021 Newsletter

All the latest news from GPA Europe in November 2021.

GPA Europe November 2021 Newsletter

GPA Europe November 2021 Newsletter

The Hot-Seat

A message from our Chairperson, Gary Bowerbank.

"In recent weeks we have seen the importance of our industry being highlighted in both the escalating costs of wholesale gas prices as well as the impact we can have on the Net Zero targets. By working together, learning from each other and investing in the right areas I am confident we can meet the energy demands of the future without compromising the present. At GPA Europe we continue to enable this by connecting the tradition Gas Processing sectors with the emerging Future Energy businesses, for example in our recent Biogas webinar ( as well as our future Carbon Capture and Hydrogen webinars (

Later this month we will be having our Technical conference and AGM (, where there will be range of paper presented as well as the opportunity for members to give their feedback on GPA Europe – how we are doing and what we can do better. We look forward to engaging with you all there."

Join us online in 2021

Thursday 18 November 2021
Technical Conference & AGM

With only 3 weeks to go until our Technical Conference & AGM on Thursday 18 November at 09:30am GMT / 10:30am CET, register today to avoid missing our morning Technical Conference which will be followed by our Annual General Meeting.

The Technical Conference is £50/€60 for GPA Europe members and £75/€87 for non-members. Our AGM which follows the Technical Conference is free to attend for all GPA Europe members.

Register today to plan your GPA Europe 2021 virtual experience and to discover the conference programme. Registration is open to all. Please forward the details to anyone within your organisation who would be interested in attending.

Should you have any queries or require assistance with registration, please contact us either via email at [email protected] or on +44 (0) 1252 625 542.

For the draft programme and regular updates, please visit our website, connect with us on LinkedIn, follow us on Twitter and join us on Facebook.

GPA Europe in 2022

Call for Papers

Be part of our conferences promoting a new energy future and the transition of our industry towards that future. We are looking for stories about the development of technology and best practices affecting Natural Gas processing. As well as a look at Hydrogen, Biogas, Ammonia, Carbon Capture and Storage, and LNG amongst others, to inspire the gas processing community.

February 2022 Virtual Webinar – “Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage”

April 2022 Virtual Webinar – “Hydrogen”

May 2022 Conference & Workshop – “Roadmap for the Transition”

September 2022 Virtual Webinar – “Biogas”

November 2022 Annual Conference, Young Professional Training Day & AGM

Do you have a story to tell? All we need is a 100-200-word abstract. Tell us what your idea is and why you think it is special. Send your abstract - Title, Author to [email protected]

For more information see our Call for Papers and Submission Guidelines.

In Brief

Check out our latest issue of In Brief! This issue reports on the GPA Europe Technical Meeting & AGM held in November 2020 and our Virtual Event Series which ran from September 2020 - April 2021.

We have our regular 'View from the Top' by our Chairperson Gary Bowerbank, discussing 'A Virtual World'.

The lead article has been contributed by Nan Liu, Licensing Technology Manager Gasification and Blue Hydrogen, Shell Catalysts & Technologies. The article is titled 'Affordable Blue Hydrogen Production'.

We also have an update from our Future Energy KSI Groups.

Please contact the GPA E Team for more information - [email protected]

Get Involved

Paper of the Month

This month we are looking back to one of our Hydrogen Papers from Matt Mardell, Shell Global Solutions. Presented at our Virtual Series, December 2020.

"The Shell Blue Hydrogen Process"

"To meet net-zero-emission ambitions, low-carbon hydrogen production must increase rapidly. “Blue” hydrogen production from natural gas along with carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) is necessary to bridge the gap until large-scale hydrogen production using renewable energy becomes economic. The cost of carbon dioxide (CO2) already makes blue hydrogen via steam methane reforming (SMR) competitive against grey (without CCUS), and the Shell Blue Hydrogen Process (SBHP) further increases the affordability of blue hydrogen for greenfield projects."

Download the Paper

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities

We provide a direct marketing channel to Directors and Process Engineers within the natural Gas Processing Industry.

We have multiple sponsorship opportunities at our events, as well as advertising within In Brief and our Newsletter - contact us for more information.

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