The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA)’s 2022 conference marked the organisation’s first such event since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Guest speakers discussed a range of topics, including the transport of dangerous goods and how industry can influence change, the potential for anaerobic digestion to provide sustainable energy, hydrogen as a fuel of the future, and industry 4.0 and digitisation.
Taking place at the Marriott Hotel and Country Club in Worsley, Manchester, the event saw over 140 delegates from the compressed gases industry come together for a discussion centred around new developments, technology, and current issues.
Tim Hulbert, BCGA President, opened proceedings by welcoming all attendees.
“It’s great to be able to be back together in the same place again. Many of you will remember that the last time we had an in-person conference actually right here in this room in 2019.”
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