For the past three years, Kari-Anne Lyng has had an important task in making information about Norway's work on biogas known by contributing to three international reports on the field.
Kari-Anne Lyng is a senior researcher at NORSUS and has been the Norwegian representative in the network for International Energy Agency (IEA) Task 37 Energy from biogas, a network that works to spread knowledge about biogas value chains across countries.
They have just finished a three-year program and are about to embark on a new three-year term.
Contributed to three reports
Over the past three years, Lyng's group has participated in the preparation of three international reports on biogas:
Country report for biogas:
The report gives a status of biogas production in different countries, and Lyng has written the chapter about Norway.
Read it here: IEA Bioenergy Task 37 a perspective on the state of the biogas industry from selected member countries
Perspectives on biomethane as a transport fuel within a circular economy, energy, and environmental system:
This report deals with biogas as fuel for transport, and the information about Norway is written by the NORSUS researcher.
Read it here: Perspectives on biomethane as a transport fuel within a circular economy energy and environmental system
Potential and utilization of manure to generate biogas in seven countries:
Manure can be used for biogas production, and the report gives the status of the situation in different countries. Lyng has written the chapter about Norway.
Read it here: Ny publikasjon – IEA Bioenergy Task 37
Participated in the Biogas Conference
When Biogas Norway organized a conference for the biogas industry on 1 and 2 March in Oslo, Kari-Anne Lyng was invited to be one of the speakers.
She told about the IEA, the work that the network does and her experiences of being Norway's representative.
"It is exciting to see the Norwegian biogas industry from an international perspective. The framework conditions for biogas value chains are quite different from country to country, but there are also many common issues," says Kari-Anne Lyng.
Read more about the Biogas Conference: