📣 #GIEAnnualConference is BACK!

Do you recognise this skyline?
Yes, that's #Riga, Latvia's capital! That's where we will be heading this year.

When? 15-16 June 2023
What? 2⃣ days of debates with the most influential EU #Energy leaders

Your early bird👉http://bit.ly/3Ral9GM

🇫🇷 GIE had the pleasure of welcoming the Delegation from Ecole d’histoire de la Sorbonne to bring some light on what it really means!

@SorbonneParis1

A warm welcome to #Sweden 🇸🇪, which took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union 🇪🇺 in the first six months of 2023. #Gasinfrastructure stands ready to help you deliver your objectives.

#SE2023EU

"Multiple points of view should be considered to ensure an efficient & #sustainable transitional process” Learn why #climate & #diversity are intersecting emergencies with @TorbenBrabo. 

The interview: 👉https://gie.eu/press-corner/united4eu/ 

 #United4EU

How to establish a decarbonised, #sustainable & smart economy with H2?

Follow #EnagásHydrogenDay!
📍19 January ⏰9h30
Learn about the role of Spain as a European hub for #RenewableHydrogen with @enagas.

Follow us online or joins us in Madrid! 🇪🇸
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Towards 3000 TWh/year of imported energy: LNG terminals offer solutions for massive diversification of supply roads

The current crisis recalls how crucial fostering a secure and resilient energy system is to protect EU citizens and economies. Diversifying roads and sources of supply is essential: this is where LNG terminals come in. According to GIE’s new Large Scale LNG map and database, they could enable Europe to import 3000 TWh of liquified energy.

 

Download the GIE LNG Map 2022 (PDF, 63KB)
Download the GIE LNG Map Database 2022 (XLSX, 49KB)
Download this Press Release (PDF, 493KB)