Wednesday, 21.11.2018

Customer Seminar 2018

Liberalized energy markets, unbundling, sector coupling and energy systems of the future.

Where and how will the underground energy storage plays a role?

For the fourth time in a row UGS GmbH – A Company Of Geostock has opened its doors for the underground storage industry within the framework of its UGS-Customer Seminar. On the 08th of November 2018 more than 90 participants were actively involved in discussing the challenges of the underground storage market, the targets of the energy systems of the future and possible junctures between the existing storage market and the energy transition system in Europe. The participants represented almost all companies with relationship to the storage industry in Germany, Austria, France and the Netherlands. The participants confirmed the growing interest in our UGS-Customer Seminar as well as their interest in the targeted topics.

The customer seminar included a tour through various stations of UGS-Innovation park, where new technical innovations have been in-situ-presented and discussed with all participants.

The program of the seminar included the following presentation:

1- No Power Without GAS
Mr. Dr. Ralf BORSCHINSKY (Press Spokesman)
ONTRAS Gastransport GmbH

2- The Paradox Storage Market And How To Fix It
Mr. Erich HOLZER (Managing Director OMV Gas Storage)
OMV Gas Storage GmbH

3- Security OF Supply With Renewable Energies
Mr. Jochen LINSSEN (Department Process and Systems Analyses)
Research Center Jülich GmbH

4- Underground Sun Conversion – Production And Storage of renewables Energies
Mr. Stephan BAUER (Manager Green Gas Technology)
RAG Austria AG

5- Energy Storage Under The Current Prevailing Conditions – Well Integrity
Mr. Jan LILLIE (Head of Department Technique, Exploration and Production)
BVEG – Bundesverband Erdgas, Erdöl und Geoenergie

6- Sector Coupling – The Next Step Of The Energy Transition
Mr. Dr. Cyril STEPHANOS (scientific Instructor Energy Systems Of The Future)
acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering

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