Italgas and Australian energy infrastructure company, Jemena, have signed a collaboration agreement to share knowledge and experiences in distribution networks management
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Milan, 8 March 2021 – Today Paolo Gallo, CEO of Italgas, and Frank Tudor, Managing Director of leading Australian energy infrastructure company, Jemena, signed a collaboration agreement aimed at sharing knowledge and experiences in distribution network management, with a particular focus on technological innovation and decarbonisation. Italgas and Jemena are leaders in the distribution of natural gas in Italy and Australia respectively. Italgas manages 73,000 kilometres of gas pipeline infrastructure, while Jemena’s gas distribution network spans 25,000 kms across New South Wales. Together, the companies deliver gas to over 9 million customers across the two countries. Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will collaborate and share information on:
- Digital solutions to transform gas networks into carriers and storage systems for renewable gases, such as hydrogen, biomethane and synthetic methane;
- Intelligent metering solutions, with a focus on next-gen smart meters, sensors and appliances;
- Customer experience, asset reliability and safety with particular reference to monitoring systems for the mitigation of fugitive methane emissions.