The Energy Community, Gas Infrastructure Europe and MARCOGAZ are organising a follow-up meeting on methane emissions in the gas sector on 28th June 2021 from 10:00 to 12:30.
From 19th to 21st May 2021, get your shot of the latest energy news and learn all about the policy recommendations and gas infrastructure innovations that will help deliver EU Green Deal’s goal. 4 policy sessions on dedicated topics, each of them accompanied by respective Innovative Labs that bring into the spotlight ready-for-climate-neutrality projects of the gas infrastructure operators.
With the support of the European Commission and the Florence School of Regulation We are delighted to invite you to a seminar on methane emissions from the gas value chain on the 22 nd of February from 14:30 to 18:30 (CET)/ From 7:30 to 11:30 (CT). This session will enable you to learn more about […]
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 […]
As making the best use of underground storages should be a policy priority to enhance decarbonisation and strengthen our energy system, GIE is pleased to invite you to its workshop on “What legislation for long-term energy storage?” taking place on Monday, 18th January 2021, 10.30 – 12.30 CET. On the road towards carbon neutrality, energy […]
On 3 November 2020, GIE organised a Workshop following its General Assembly. The session offered dynamic debates by welcoming European policymakers and other energy leaders. The video recording of the event is available now at: https://vimeo.com/475530937 Please find below the agenda of the event: - Opening remarks by the European Parliament & European Commission MEP […]
“The 2020 agenda places the role of gas firmly in the context of the broader climate debate, and brings the technologies needed to decarbonise the gas system into focus, including power-to-gas, blue hydrogen, biomethane and CCUS. Decarbonisation will be the main theme of the second day of the conference, with presentations and panel discussions on […]
“Hydrogen is increasingly attracting interest from investors, policymakers and energy market participants as a potential new clean fuel for transportation and a lower-carbon substitute for use in industrial, long haul trucking, shipping, commercial and residential sectors. Today, Hydrogen production is almost entirely supplied by natural gas and coal, this needs to change to meet plans […]
“European gas prices have started to bounce back from their record lows in May, which were triggered by the global gas glut and coronavirus-induced weak demand, but the price recovery remains under threat from sky-high gas stocks and the risk of LNG coming back strongly into the European market in the coming months. At a […]
LNG terminals are expected to play a crucial role in decarbonising the European Union. Join the online discussion organised by The Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) and learn more about their abilities and potential in enhancing the energy transition. What are the global perspectives for LNG? What are the expected trends for the LNG market? […]
“A fast and cost-efficient transition to a decarbonised society is possible if all available technologies and resources are taken into consideration. GIE believes that hydrogen and the gas infrastructure have a key role to play in achieving full decarbonisation of energy supply in all sectors by 2050.” Speaker : Boyana Achovski, GIE Secretary General in […]