Renewable Natural Gas Production, Distribution and Sale 101: An Important Biogas Primer Including Project Feasibility & Buyer Considerations
July 24, 2014
Start time: 9:00am PST / 12:00pm EST / 5:00pm GMT
Duration: 1 hr
Credit: 1 hr technical, informal
Part 1: Project Opportunities & Viability Considerations
Join Nicholas Lumpkin and for an overview of why the potential for biomethane projects has never been greater, but also a realistic discussion of factors to consider for project viability. Nick will review with us the critical deciding factors that landfill, waste water and digester project teams should consider.
Part 2: Distribution & Purchase | GHGs, LCFs and the Green Fuel Market – Considerations for buyers & sellers of low carbon fuels
This discussion will offer insight governments and other buyers currently evaluating criteria for Low Carbon Fuel purchase and other options for GHG emissions reductions.
What You’ll Learn:
- Overview of biomethane feasibility considerations
- Technology considerations and pipeline delivery challenges
- Recovering production cost premiums versus traditional natural gas extraction (Green Natural Gas unit price premiums versus standard natural gas)
- Renewable fuel standards
- Low Carbon Fuel Standards (LCFS)
- GHG emission calculations & reductions overviews
- Q&A with John Cowhey, PE
- Documented Continuing Education Credit – 1 hr Technical Informal
Who Should Attend:
Anyone evaluating natural gas vehicle options for fleets, distribution, transit and other applications.
Director of Business Development
Clean Energy Renewable Fuels
Nicholas Lumpkin is the Director of Business Development for Clean Energy Renewable Fuels which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Clean Energy Fuels Corp. Since 2006 he has held various roles within the Clean Energy family of companies and became involved in the renewable natural gas business shortly after the 2008 acquisition of the McCommas Bluff landfill gas project. His current focus includes project feasibility, financial modeling, and the sales, marketing, and distribution of biomethane as a transportation fuel.
Your IMW Host:
Senior Vice President, Global Business Development & Marketing
Mr. Orton joined IMW in early 2013 to manage global sales and marketing from base of operation in British Columbia, Canada and regional sales on all continents. Prior to IMW, David has had a leadership role in sales and marketing with Armtec Ltd. Canada’s largest construction and infrastructure products company. David’s first experience with clean technology was as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Legend Power Systems.
Prior to his life in engineered products, he had 12 years in sales and marketing leadership roles with some of Canada’s largest telecom and satellite communications companies.
Mr. Orton has significant international market experience including Europe and Asia and holds a degree in Asian Studies from the University of British Columbia.
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