April 5, 2024   •   News

Manure & Methane – What should we do with it?

Get ready to explore new perspectives, expand your knowledge, and network with fellow enthusiasts. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or starting out, International Fugitive Emissions Abatement Association’s (IFEAA) Deep Dive has something for everyone.

Bristol – 16 May 2024

Morning session – How much methane is there?

  • George Eustice MP, former Defra Minister – Introduction
  • Andy Atkins – How much methane does slurry emit
  • Laura Cardenas, Rothamsted – Methane, Agriculture and the National Inventory
  • David Lowry, Royal Holloway College – can we distinguish manure emissions

Afternoon Session – What should we do with it?

  • Neil Ward, AFN Network – Roadmap for Decarbonisation in agriculture
  • Caroline Carroll, Cornwall LEP – Regional circular economies and net zero
  • James Rundell, Qube Renewables – Methane Capture from Existing Slurry Stores
  • Chris Mann, Bennamann – Industrialising Methane Capture
  • Penny Atkins, IFEAA – Net Zero Methane Hub
  • Richard Gueterbock, Food Chains

There is online access to presentations should you wish to join: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/deep-dive-manure-and-methane-what-should-we-do-with-it-tickets-844770660787?aff=oddtdtcreator