About Us

The energy company Gasum is a Nordic gas sector and energy market expert that together with its partners, promotes development towards a carbon-neutral future.


  • Olga Väisänen

    VP, Communications and Sustainability, Gasum

    Revontulenpuisto 2 C FIN-02100 Espoo Finland
    +358 40 554 0578
  • Quotes

    Tamro and PostNord are a brilliant example of a partnership where transport emissions are cost effectively reduced together. The partnership is also a concrete example of the competitive edge biogas provides to companies.
    Markku Suopanki, Traffic, Gasum
    ”When choosing our transport partners, we place great emphasis on how well the company’s responsibility work is aligned with our own and how it helps us to reach our sustainability goals. On top of this, the transport of medicines and health products is subject to strict legislative requirements, which in turn place many conditions on the fleet used in transport.
    Katja Toivonen, Quality Manager, Tamro
    We aim to cut our emissions by 40% by 2025 compared to 2020 levels. In addition, we plan to switch to completely fossil-free fuels in the Greater Helsinki Region and the Tampere and Turku areas by 2025. The common goal across the PostNord Group is completely fossil-free transport services by 2030.
    Ilmo Strömberg, Climate Lead at PostNord
    Le Commandant Charcot paves the way for new and more environmentally friendly natural gas propulsion methods and helps to meet the CO2 reduction targets set out in the Paris Agreement
    Hervé Gastinel, CEO of  PONANT
    We are very excited to see our joint efforts with Coop be realized, and the station open and supplying the area’s logistic actors with biogas and natural gas. I am extremely happy to see considerable interest towards gas in Norway indicated by major logistic players. By expanding the Nordic gas filling station network, we can also provide new opportunities for local companies to substantially lower their emissions. This is Gasum’s northernmost gas station in Norway and, as such, will open new routes for companies driving on gas
    says John Melby, Director Traffic Norway at Gasum
    “It’s great to build on our long-standing cooperation with Outokumpu. Renewable energy wind power has a key role in the transition to a cleaner future.
    Tommy Mattila, Vice President, Industry at Gasum
    The new agreement allows us to further increase the already high share of low-carbon power in our production. The wind power agreement is a natural continuum to our good cooperation with Gasum. We currently operate the Tornio LNG terminal together and the liquefied natural gas we secure from there has enabled us to replace propane in our production.
    Mika Orpana, Energy Director at Outokumpu
    Outokumpu is committed to science-based climate goals and to limiting climate warming to 1.5C. We are pursuing climate neutrality in our own operations by 2050.
    Juha Erkkilä, VP, Sustainability, Excellence and Reliability at Outokumpu
    Maritime transport plays a leading role in changing course towards a cleaner tomorrow.
    Jacob Granqvist, Vice President Maritime, from Gasum
    The partnership is a result of a great co-operation between Gasum, FlixBus and Scania. Together we are building a cleaner future. We hope that in the near future biogas will become even more common as a fuel for busses as it reduces both carbon dioxide emissions and local emissions, making it a perfect choice to decrease the impact of public transportation to cities’ air quality,”
    says Mikael Antonsson, Sales Director, Traffic Sweden, Gasum.
    We have long worked with K Group. Wind power has a key role in the transition to a cleaner future. We want to provide the most comprehensive services on the energy market to meet the needs of our partners and through our services help companies to reach their environmental goals faster.
    Tommy Mattila, Vice President, Industry at Gasum
    “The wind power agreement entered into with Gasum is important to us. We are aiming for CO2-free energy production by 2030.
    Tari Solla, Director, Sales and Customer Relations at Kerava Energia
    We want to provide the most comprehensive services on the energy market to meet the needs of our partners and through our services help companies to reach their environmental goals.
    Tommy Mattila, VP, Industry, Gasum
    Gasum is accelerating the availability of biogas by building new plants and by increasing the procurement of biogas from the production plants of other operators. Gasum is currently building an industrial-scale (120 GWh/year) manure-based biogas plant in Götene, Sweden. The plant is scheduled for completion in early 2023.
    Johan Grön, VP, Biogas, Gasum
    ”It’s a pleasure to open the Gasum Lohja biogas plant. The promotion of biogas in particular supports the transition from fossil fuels to renewables.
    Jari Leppä, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
    “Wastewater sludges are an important resource, and we are pursuing new processing solutions and applications, especially in the utilization of nutrients.
    Ari Suomilammi, Director, Biogas production, Gasum
    A holistic perspective is called for in sludge processing where existing and emerging technologies can be combined in the best possible way taking into account the logistics relating to the logistics of both the sludges and end products.
    Viljami Kinnunen, Senior Development Engineer, Gasum
    The filling station location south of Trondheim is ideal since it will serve both the many logistics actors in the area and the long-haul transports operating on the route between Trondheim and Oslo. I am very happy to implement this solution that offers a swift reduction in emissions for several operators in the heavy road transport sector. Gas is a cost-efficient way of reducing emissions and this solution is available already today. There is considerable interest in using this filling station and several companies have signaled that this opens up completely new opportunities for them to transition to low-emission transport.
    says John Melby, Director Traffic Norway, at Gasum.
    Using biogas alongside with LNG in marine transport is a new step forward in decarbonizing the shipping industry
    Jacob Granqvist, Vice President Maritime, Gasum.
    We are committed to combating climate change by increasing the availability of low-carbon and renewable energy and by operating energy efficiently. We aim at carbon dioxide emission reductions of 1 million tonnes thanks to biogas.
    Elina Saarivuori, Sustainability Manager, Gasum
    At Gasum, our purpose is cleaner energy. Gasum takes determined steps to promote sustainable development in accordance with the principles of circular economy and supports the sustainability actions of customers by enabling emission reductions with cleaner energy solutions.
    Elina Saarivuori, Sustainability Manager, Gasum
    We are very pleased that Essity has made the decision to take a step from LNG to LBG, which is an excellent choice when pursuing a fossil-free production process.
    Tommy Mattila, Vice President, Gasum
    We are now launching full-scale tests with the target of becoming the world's first tissue production plant free of fossil CO2 emissions by 2021.
    Christian Carlsson, Factory Manager, Edet Mill, Essity.
    Nynas is our first industry customer in the Swedish gas grid, so this is a significant milestone for Gasum.
    Tommy Mattila, Vice President, Gasum
    Despite the exceptional circumstances, we succeeded in advancing our strategy as planned, which required hard work in an increasingly competitive market.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    The importance of gas as an energy source over the longer term will increase further in industry and maritime transport in particular, as the Nordic countries are taking steps towards carbon-neutral societies.
    Johanna Lamminen, CEO, Gasum
    Obtaining this licence marks another milestone in our quest to increase the outreach of our maritime LNG deliveries
    Jacob Granqvist, Vice President, Gasum
    Gas delivers significant cost-effective options to reach emission reductions both in maritime and road transport. This project will strengthen availability and enable customers to smoothly switch to using biogas.
    Tommy Mattila, Sales director, Industry, Gasum
    Borealis is determined to reach ambitious goals set in our focus area of Energy & Climate. Thanks to the long-term PPA with Gasum and Stena Renewable, sourcing 50% of energy consumed in our operations from renewable sources by 2030 has now become even more tangible. We are pleased to have signed yet another PPA that allows us to maintain competitiveness in the marketplace while bringing about a carbon-neutral future. This is what we mean by re-inventing for more sustainable living
    says Martijn Van Koten, Executive Vice President Base Chemicals and Operations, Borealis
    Wind power will play a crucial role in the transition to a cleaner energy future. We are pleased to have signed this long-term PPA for the supply of clean energy from Stena Renewable to Borealis’ operations in Stenungsund. This partnership aligns perfectly with our overarching aim to provide the most comprehensive services available on the energy market to meet growing energy needs, while at the same time mitigating global warming
    says Anders Malm, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Management and Trading, Gasum
    Together with our partners and customers, we are continuously developing new ways to reduce emissions. Recent years have seen us increase the availability of gas in road transport, maritime and industry, and have thereby helped our customers to reduce their own carbon footprint. Gas delivers significant cost-effective options to reach emission reductions.
    says Gasum’s CEO Johanna Lamminen.
    Biogas is a renewable energy source that can be produced from many kinds of biodegradable waste. Biogas production is a good example of getting the most out of raw materials and promoting the circular economy.
    Elina Saarivuori, sustainability manager, Gasum
    Grants from Gasum Gas Fund for 2021 are open for applications, please apply before 10 of February 2021.
    Viljami Kinnunen, Development Engineer Gasum
    We at waste management company Rosk’n Roll seek to create circular economy centers where it is easy for operators to locate and invest in plants that promote material and nutrient recycling. Gasum’s plant is an excellent example of this.
    Vesa Heikkonen, CEO, Rosk’n Roll Oy Ab
    Our plant promotes the realization of the circular economy in the Helsinki region. Demand for biogas is growing in all segments and we are constantly pursuing new opportunities to increase production capacity.
    Johan Grön, Vice President, Biogas, Gasum
    Biogas is a fully renewable energy source that can be produced from many types of biodegradable waste.
    Ari Suomilammi, Director, Biogas, Circular Economy Finland, Gasum
    We have made a significant investment in a pioneering solution that recognises our customers desire for a sustainable logistics partner.
    Glenn Edvardsen, CEO in UECC
    We need different biodegradable waste to increase our biogas production and believe that a well-functioning biowaste transfer station will promote our goal.
    Rauni Karjala, Senior Sales Manager, Circular Economy, Gasum
    ”Our biogas plant project is an important regional circular economy project and aims at improving the regional nutrient balance and reducing nutrient runoff into the Baltic Sea.
    Ari Suomilammi, Circular economy, FInland, Gasum
    The biogas plant project is a concrete example of the circular economy and protection of the Baltic Sea and will enable the valuable nutrients in pig manure to be recovered and supplied to crop farms with nutrient deficiency.
    Ulf Jahnsson, VP, Strategic development production, HKScan
    It’s good that planning work on our large-scale manure pilot continues with Gasum and HKScan and that together we can further promote the more efficient recycling of nutrients.
    Heikki Sampolahti, Emomylly.
    We want to help our clients to succeed in their important clean energy targets. Together towards cleaner tomorrow. Read more about the topics from the stakeholder magazine.
    Anna-Sofia Malmi, Communications Manager, Gasum
    Equinor is one of the forerunners using LNG in their operations, and they were our first LNG customer in the maritime segment
    Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director, Gasum
    “We’re one of the few companies in the Nordic countries to be able to provide industrial scale biogas production and distribution. Gasum is continuously investing in biogas plants and increasing the performance of our existing ones. Demand for biogas is growing in all segments and we are constantly pursuing new opportunities to increase production capacity.
    Johan Grön Vice President, Biogas, Gasum
    Biogas is a fully renewable energy source that can be produced from many types of biodegradable waste. Use of biogas as a fuel can help to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 90% compared to fossil diesel.
    Ari Suomilammi, Director, Biogas, Circular Economy Finland, Gasum
    Our Turku biogas plant is a superb example of the realization of the circular economy.
    Johan Grön Vice President, Biogas, Gasum.
    Choosing renewable biogas as a fuel in long-haul transport has made Posti a pacesetter in logistics. Pilot tests have now progressed to extensive use of low emission fuel solutions that have been found to work. Use of biogas in transport is an effective way to combat climate change and can also reduce the greenhouse gas emissions during the lifecycle of the fuel by up to 90%. Along with biogas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) is also on the solutions list when seeking to cut logistics emissions. A fleet running on liquefied gas makes it possible to flexibly switch from natural gas to biogas without needing to replace the fleet,
    says Juha-Matti Koskinen, Sales Manager, Traffic, Gasum.
    Gasum is a major actor in the wind power segment and strives to increase procurement of renewable wind power in the Nordic countries.
    Ville Pesonen, Head of Energy Market Services, Gasum
    The study shows that the Finnish power system could easily take annual wind power production of up to 25-30 TWh.
    Markus Herranen, analyst Markus Herranen, Gasum Portfolio Services Oy
    We want to be a leader in the transition taking place in the logistics sector. We are ready now and in future both to invest in and commit to new low-emission motive power in line with the wishes of our customers,
    says Kimmo Pekonen, Business Director at Savon Kuljetus.
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