RP1.2-03 Assessment framework for bio-methane injection in gas networks
This project successfully identified opportunities for the injection of bio-methane into existing gas networks and pipelines in Australia.
This was done via the assessment of the techno-economic viability for two end-user defined case studies. Based on the case studies, a general framework for performing such assessments has been developed by identifying what factors need to be considered by bio-methane projects that want to connect to the gas network.
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|Commencement / End Date||Oct 2019 to Apr 2021|
|Outcomes / Impact||
The outcomes of this project are:
1. Reports detailing assessments of the techno-economic viability of injecting bio-methane into existing gas networks for two end user defined case studies with high potential, considering a range of factors related to:
2. A report detailing a conceptual framework outlining the requirements for performing assessments of the commercial viability of injecting bio-methane into existing gas networks at locations of interest in an Australian context.
|Partners||University of Adelaide, Jemena, AGIG, ENA, APA Group, Enwave Australia|
Dr Stephen McGrail