Gas infrastructures operators are ready to boost the uptake #H2 technologies. We can do that with our existing pipelines, #undergroundstorage & #LNG terminals.

This is how we can contribute 👇
& the policy levers needed: https://bit.ly/3D7sXSc

@TorbenBrabo #energyif2021

GIE President @TorbenBrabo was live at #energyif2021 👇
He stressed that flexibility brought by #undergroundstorage shouldn't be underestimated.
They play a crucial role in ensuring affordable flexibility for EU citizens.

Our study ➡️https://bit.ly/3l6xQ6O

Here we go for the 7th #energyif2021!
Thank you @csikow for your inspiring leadership.

Gas infrastructure operators stand ready to contribute with #renewable & low-carbon solutions. We can be the backbone of the new integrated & decarbonised #energysystem by 2030.

How #hydrogen blending can help deliver the @EU_Commission H2 strategy❓

And what are the #policylevers that can trigger blending’s potential❓

The answers to all your questions:
👉https://bit.ly/3cIo7yX

Renewable gases are a key asset for decarbonisation and can play a crucial role in helping the EU to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. 💡

#Gas4future #Fitfor55

To know more about the contribution of renewable gases please check our Factsheet ➡️

https://gasnaturally.eu/publication/renewable-gases-factsheet/

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Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
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Welcome!

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is the association representing the interests of European gas infrastructure operators. Our members are active in transmission, storage and regasification via LNG terminals. They work and innovate with renewable and low-carbon molecules, including hydrogen, natural gas and biogases.

Gathering 67 industry entities from 26 EU countries, we hear out and embody the multiple decarbonisation pathways of the different regions of Europe.

We believe that by 2050, the gas infrastructure will be the new innovative energy system’s backbone, allowing EU citizens and industries to benefit from a secure, cost-effective and sustainable energy supply.

Torben Brabo
GIE President

Save the date for GIE Annual Conference 22!
See you in Budapest on 6,7,8 April 2022.

NEWS

Latest GIE headlines from Europe
and around the world.

GIE Position on Blending Hydrogen into Existing Gas Infrastructure

GIE published a position paper on blending hydrogen into the existing gas infrastructure. The ramp-up of the hydrogen market will develop via different pathways and at different speeds. Hydrogen blending […]

Joint declaration on methane emissions

Gas system operators in joint effort to continue curbing emissions and to support the Global Methane Pledge As knowledge-sharing is essential to enhance the decarbonisation of all sectors and regions, GIE […]

RED II Implementing Rules for voluntary schemes – Union Database

GIE – together with EBA, EFET, Eurogas, ENTSOG, GD4S, GERG, NGVA and SEA LNG – published a coalition letter to the European Commission on the proposed RED II implementing rules […]

Slide “To deliver the ultimate decarbonisation goal, a future-proof solution is needed. And the gas infrastructure remains a pillar component of such an action plan. Today, we are already teaming up with the wind and solar power generation. By doing so, we will massively contribute to accelerating the deployment of renewable hydrogen in the soon future thanks to our technical capacities and ability to innovate.” Boyana Achovski, GIE Secretary General

Slide “The existing gas infrastructure represents a valuable asset for the development of the hydrogen value chain within the EU.” Frans Timmermans - Executive Vice-President

Slide “Europe’s extensive gas infrastructure can be retrofitted and future proofed to one day transport hydrogen across the EU.” Kadri Simson – Commissioner Energy

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