Congratulations to GIE members @EnerginetDK and @GAZ_SYSTEM for launching the @BalticPipe_PL project.
 
This new energy corridor is a stepping-stone for Europe's #SecurityOfSupply:
https://www.baltic-pipe.eu/
 
It was an honour to be by your side for this very special occasion.
#PCIs

👏@RAGAustriaAG is shaking the storage sector by successfully testing #hydrogen storage into depleted reservoirs, without major issues with steel/cement components

➡️To reach 70 TWh of #H2 storage capacity by 2030, all geological formations will be needed https://bit.ly/3SisHqK

Reducing dependency on Russia?
That's what #FSRUs help with. They provide additional #LNG import capacities therefore diversifying roads & sources of supply.

@Gasunie's new #DutchEemsEnergyTerminal is strengthening the #EnergySecurity of the EU.

See🔎https://bit.ly/3qYSZm2

In a world where economies move continuously from 1 emergency to the next, #LNG regasification terminals are our #SafetyVest for:
❄️#EnergySecurity
🍃#Decarbonistation

Pieter van Aartsen, #GIEBoard Member represented the gas infrastructure at #PCIdaysEU.

#SecurityOfSupply

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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)