📍“In order to maintain #securityofsupply, a sufficient level of #gasstorage capacity must be maintained in a coordinated manner”.

That’s what @schmoltzer, GIE Value of Storage WG chair, highlighted at the #IPS2023 in Milan.

Read 👉 https://lnkd.in/eCFpKUfx

@ThTrouve @FrancegazFR Presenting on behalf of @GIEBrussels and our French members 🇫🇷
@GRTgaz - @Teregacontact
@Storengy - @Elengy

As natural gas demand decreased by 8% y to y in the OECD, #TimGould put the attention to the evolution of Chinese gas demand 📈 and its impact on #LNG markets and wholesale #prices, especially as Europe is going to be more and more exposed to spot prices.

@wavestoneFR @Energy4Europe @MWorsdorfer @csikow @AdinaRevol Last year the EU understood the importance and value of the underground gas #storage while 5 years ago the assets were seen by many as stranded assets, said @TorbenBrabo.
Storage have never been fulfill at this level so early.

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GIE launched its new visualisation tools and interactive maps!

November 10, 2022

GIE unveiled its visualisation tools and interactive maps during a transparency roundtable on 8th November 2022. Hundreds of users from around the world registered to hear about those new innovative tools. User-friendly and customisable, they aggregate the “must-have data” on European LNG terminals and underground gas storages. All decision-makers will now be able to follow daily EU gas market fluctuations in one glance and with tailored data visualisation.


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ALSI - Interactive Map

ALSI Interactive Map


No worries, all the excellent information from the well-known GIE transparency platform ALSI and AGSI remain there (data from GIE LNG & Storage Databases, the operational and transparency data sent by gas infrastructure operators: Operators’ operational & transparency data). This time, it will be dynamic and customisable to adapt the data visualisation to your exact need.

“Being exhaustive, reliable and updated daily, GIE transparency platforms are well-known across data analysts and decision-makers from various sectors. It is just handy to find all information centralised in the same place. With these new interactive maps, you, at once glance, look at EU27 and have all the data from LNG terminals in the same place. And the same for storage.” Ákos KRISTON, Chairman of the GIE Transparency Working Group and CEO of Hungarian Gas Storage,

Tools to monitor the security of supply in Europe
Those tools are unique. All the decision-makers who can gain or be impacted by the gas market’s fluctuations know those tools. Underground Storage, LNG terminals, and all the figures you need are here. For sure, you might have read their name somewhere, as a source from data in a newspaper, on Twitter, or as a source on a conference’s slide. GIE is everywhere: they are the only platform to provide such an exhaustive and updated overview. Now, the energy sector is under the spotlight. But GIE didn’t wait for this perma-crisis environment to develop before taking action. For more than 15 years, GIE has been innovating to collect, uniformise and centralise the available data from the gas market operators of Europe.

Skyrocketing utilisation rates
Always closely followed by economists, journalists and policymakers, business leaders or academia, gas market evolutions have never been so much under the spotlight. They have entered our homes and have been the stars of EU news for more than a year.

AGSI / ALSI Traffic update

“The transparency features and visualised items of AGSI and ALSI are extremely useful, and we encourage everyone to use this tool, which contains up-to-date information about the European storage and LNG market” added Ákos KRISTON.


GIE Transparency tools
AGSI – Storage Transparency Platform
ALSI – LNG Transparency Platform
GIE IIP – Inside Information Platform
GIE Transparency Initiatives
GIE Maps


About the event
Almost 300 experts from all around the world registered to follow and the materials from the second edition of the GIE Transparency Round table.

Launched by Ákos KRISTON, GIE Board Member and CEO of Hungarian Gas Storage, this one-hour discussion was the occasion for the different experts to present the different dimensions of the tools. David DEFOUR, Technology Officer, provided the audience with an overview of the daily data publication for storage and LNG. Subsequently, Mathilde BLANCHARD, GIE Policy Advisor, shed light on how to use GIE transparency data to analyse the gas storage market. In addition, ALSI and LNG data usage tips and the interactive maps were presented by Bogdan SIMION, GIE Data Analytics Advisor.
Shaped under an interactive format, users were invited to get in conversation with experts, addressing their questions and grabbing the opportunity to congratulate the team for its excellent work.


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AGSI / ALSI Traffic update

The traffic on GIE transparency platforms has exploded, and it makes sense as gas market evolution data is an essential part of the decision-making for various sectors.

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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.