Time to talk about #EnergyEmergency & how to protect the EU & the region👇
On 7 Dec, join @RCaliminte, GIE Deputy Secretary General, at @Eurogas #ARCCzechia Conference to learn more about the #EnergyTransition & the role of gas infrastructure in the 🇨🇿

📨http://bit.ly/3EQTHs8

24/11/22: #EnergyCouncil agreed on a regulation aiming at enhancing #solidarity via better coordination of #gas purchases, exchanges of gas across borders& reliable price benchmarks enhancing.

#EnergyTransparency is an essential part of the 🧩. GIE is a pivotal partner.

💡A “bottom-up” approach to decarbonising #buildings can lead to carbon neutrality, empowering consumers, energy communities, local authorities & suppliers.

So with the buildings sector & small- & medium-sized businesses, we've released a new joint paper: http://bit.ly/3ATLF0u

🗓️@MARCOGAZ, together with @Ener_Community and @GIEBrussels, are pleased to organise the 7th 2022 Monthly #Methane #Monday webinar next week, on 28th November from 14:30-15:30, this time on #MIST- support to #gas system operators to combat #methane #emissions.🏭

Interested in a regional analysis of the status of #decarbonisation in Central & South Eastern #Europe? Here you go👇

🧐https://www.gie.eu/press/decarbonisation-in-central-south-eastern-europe/

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European Biomethane Map

Description

This comprehensive map locates and lists all known biomethane installations running in Europe. It has been produced with the information gathered from national biogas associations, energy agencies and companies.

The map provides specific details about each biomethane plant, including location, production capacity, start of operation and status of grid connection. The map also includes information on cross-border interconnection points, gas reserve areas and transport by pipeline.

The map brings additional data about the evolution of biomethane production in Europe and the percentage of biomethane plants connected to the distribution and transport grids.

This is the third edition of the map. It has been made in cooperation between two organisations promoting the development of renewable gases: the European Biogas Association (EBA) and Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE). The second edition of the map was launched in June 2020.

Additional information

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Additional information

VersionJanuary 2022
UpdatesBi-annual
FormatA0
Dimensions1189 x 841mm
ProcessQuadri color offset print
Paper options250g glossy paper with glossy lamination on one side
Finishing optionsPlano (rolled)
PackagingDelivered in cardboard box

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