#GIEAnnualConference 2021 welcomed #energy leaders from various horizons.

Day 1 started strong with exclusive insights from #Switzerland🇨🇭 to Brussels 🇪🇺.
Gas infrastructure also presented its most exciting projects for #decarbonisation.


Last week, we were all #backtogether for #GIEAnnualConference 2021.
56 prestigious speakers took the floor.

We debated, learn a lot & had fun in the charming #Lucerne🇨🇭 That was simply #amazing.
Thank you all for making this 18th edition memorable.

This is how we take action to mitigate #methaneemissions👇
Read our joint declaration🔎https://bit.ly/3AXiIO6

Learn all about:
✅Key figures & facts
✅What is #OGMP 2.0?
✅What is the #Methane Guiding Principles initiative?
✅R&D projects
✅Tools & videos available

Hydrogen Talk at #GIEAnnualConference 2021🇪🇺

#Hydrogen Infrastructure in Europe needs to be developed from scratch, that's a crucial point discussed at @GIEBrussels Annual Conference. A. Wietfeld, #GSE President, reviewed market development in different regions with the experts.

#GIE21 sagt Danke für die anregenden Diskussionen in Luzern! Ákos Kriston, CEO at Hungarian #Gas Storage & György Berze from HEXUM Földgáz are delighted to welcome you in Budapest next April for #GIE22. Találkozunk Budapesten! #GIEBacktogether21

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Webinar | Methane emissions management and reduction

28 January @ 15:30 - 16:30 CET

The key role of the gas infrastructure and the US and EU future perspectives

Methane emissions reduction is a crucial issue to address to reach a net-zero future by 2050 and to ensure that natural gas will continue playing a role in the future energy mix. As part of the EU Green Deal, the European Commission released its EU strategy to reduce CH4 emissions in October 2020, and legislative proposals will follow in 2021.

Gas infrastructure operators have been fostering CH4 emissions management and mitigation for many years, through mandatory and voluntary programmes. Over the years, they joined forces and developed numerous tools, technologies and best practice guides for this purpose.

Today, the improvement of the understanding of methane emissions and the technologies, both bottom-up or top-down, remains more than ever a top priority. Being committed to delivering decarbonisation objectives while strengthening the EU’s global leadership, the EU gas industry pursuits its efforts by taking stronger steps to reduce methane emissions along the entire gas value chain.

This 1-hour discussion, between Fiji George, Senior Director – Cheniere and Steven Hamburg, Chief Scientist – EDF, will shed lights on the innovative policies,  technologies, partnerships and best practices related to methane emissions from the natural gas sector and their  application in the US and the EU.

In cooperation with Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE).


28 January
15:30 - 16:30 CET
Event Category:



Gas Infrastructure Europe
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