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

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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

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Thank you @csikow for your inspiring leadership.

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How #hydrogen blending can help deliver the @EU_Commission H2 strategyâť“

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

The answers to all your questions:
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Renewable gases are a key asset for decarbonisation and can play a crucial role in helping the EU to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. đź’ˇ

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

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Establishing a common terminology: a key step to reducing methane emissions

The whole gas industry joins forces in issuing a glossary on methane emissions. Having such a document is crucial to improve awareness and know-how. It is a tool of reference for the legislative process taking place this year. It also useful for anyone wishing to enhance their knowledge of CH4 emissions mitigation and management.

Methane Emissions Glossary – by IOGP / IPIECA / GIE / MARCOGAZ

The European Commission announced that regulation would follow the launch of the EU Strategy to reduce methane emissions last October. The Gas Directive, the Renewable Energy Directive for 2030 climate target and the Delegated Acts of Taxonomy are part of the initiatives updated in 2021. To deliver their goals and make the energy transition happen, all these initiatives need to adopt a common terminology understandable by each actor of the EU ecosystem. By providing high-quality educational material, gas producers together with the upstream, mid-stream and down-stream part of the gas value chain responded to that crucial need.

Francisco de La Flor – GIE & MARCOGAZ Board Member explains: “This tool can be used as a reference for the legislative process by the EU institutions. It can also be useful for the industry and interested parties that wish to follow the process. The use of common definitions will contribute to improve confidence in understanding and to manage methane emission sources.” 

François-RĂ©gis Mouton – Regional Director Europe, IOGP 
“The glossary is a great tool that will contribute to the success of the legislative process and its implementation. With an issue as complex as methane emissions, it’s important that everyone speaks the same language.”

The glossary has been prepared after the publication in 2019 of the report coordinated by GIE and MARCOGAZ “Potential ways the gas industry can contribute to the reduction of methane emissions” together with an eclectic selection of contributors from across the whole value chain.  This report enabled to:

  • Identify the challenges and gaps related to methane emissions management,
  • Highlight the need for the creation of a set of harmonised definitions covering the complete gas value chain,
  • Issue an action plan based on the results. This action plan was developed in collaboration with multiple actors from the whole gas industry and is updated on a regular basis.

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Who is GIE?

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is the association representing the interests of European gas infrastructure operators active in gas transmission, gas storage and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) regasification. GIE is a trusted partner of European institutions, regulatory bodies and industry stakeholders. It is based in Brussels, the heart of European policymaking. GIE currently represents 70 member companies from 26 countries. GIE’s vision is that by 2050, the gas infrastructure will be the backbone of the new innovative energy system, allowing European citizens to benefit from a secure, efficient and sustainable energy supply.

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