Metrology for decarbonising the gas grid


The use of natural gas as a primary energy source represents a major issue to global warming. Decarbonisation of the gas grids is a possible solution, alongside electrification, to meet the climate change targets and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. This project will be the first large scale project of its kind that will tackle four measurement challenges that the gas industry need to solve before they can decarbonise the gas grid through introduction of biomethane, hydrogen-enriched natural gas, 100 % hydrogen, and carbon capture and storage (CCS). The project will cover the priority challenges within flow metering, gas composition, physical properties and safety (including monitoring of gas leaks).


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Kick-off Decarb

22 November 2021

Aim: To provide the primary standards, test facilities, validated methods and good practice that gas industry need to perform key measurements required to decarbonise the gas grid Measurement needs addressed...

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