Eurogas accelerates the transition to climate neutrality through dialogue and advocacy on optimising the use of gases

Foundation year
Member companies

Eurogas is an association of 68 companies. Our members cover gas wholesale, retail and distribution, along with companies manufacturing equipment and providing innovative solutions for services, like blending and methane emissions management.

The purpose of Eurogas is to accelerate the transition to carbon neutrality through dialogue and advocacy about optimising the use of gas and gaseous fuels.

Our core values are:


Joint Common Principles for Enhanced Consumer Protection this Winter

The Russian invasion of Ukraine dramatically changed the economic and social situation in Europe, with costs-of-living rising sharply in the Union also due to increasing energy prices. Unprecedented measures have been taken at EU and at national level to support consumers, with energy-specific measures and measures based on the existing consumer protection and social policy framework at Union and national levels.

Joint Statement on the REDII Delegated Act Art. 28 (5): the Importance of Industrial CCU for Reaching Climate Neutrality

The signatories represent a wide range of industrial sectors for which Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is a core technology to help reach their sustainability and climate neutrality targets. The undersigned fully support the Commission’s ambitious climate targets. But reaching those targets including RFNBOs sub-quotas from the REPowerEU Plan, European Hydrogen Strategy, revision of the Renewable Energy Directive, ReFuelEU Aviation or discussed in FuelEU Maritime will require legal certainty for investments and support for the scale-up of renewable hydrogen, its derivatives such as synthetic fuels, and underlying technologies such as CCU.

Our Priorities

Eurogas works to accelerate the energy transition through dialogue and advocacy on optimising the role of gases. We’re focused on the following priorities:

Carbon neutrality

We’re committed to 55% emissions reductions by 2030 and aim to achieve a fully carbon neutral gas system soon after 2045.

Climate leadership

Europe has a chance become a global leader in climate mitigation technologies and to create jobs and wealth.

A Just Transition

Eurogas welcomes the ambition of the European Green Deal and its climate targets. We want to help ensure that no workers, consumers or businesses are left behind.

A market for all gases

In recent years, the EU gas market reached a point where it is one of the most liquid energy markets in the world.

Future-proof infrastructure

Existing gas infrastructure can support the deployment of renewable and low carbon gases.

Sector integration

Eurogas supports smart sector integration including joint gas and electricity planning. Smart sector integration should cover the interaction between energy vectors.

The Twin Energy-Digital Transition

As well as helping to address issues like value chain methane emissions, digitalisation will lead to more active energy customers.

Upcoming events

january 2023

26jan09:3016:00Final Conference: Towards a Just Transition for the gas sector and its workers | Challenges and opportunitiesBrussels

february 2023

01febAll Day02HyvolutionParis Porte of Versailles

08febAll Day092nd Europe CCUS & Hydrogen Decarbonisation SummitBrussels

08febAll Day09RENMAD HIDRÓGENO 2023Zaragoza

08febAll Day09Foresight Hydrogen Live 2023Liverpool

march 2023

01marAll Day028th Balkans Energy SummitAthens

06marAll Day079th International LNG Congress (LNGCON 2023)Düsseldorf

14marAll Day16World Electrolysis CongressDüsseldorf

15marAll Day16Future of Utilities: Energy Transition Summit 2023Amsterdam

april 2023

18aprAll Day19Green Hydrogen SummitLisbon

may 2023

02mayAll Day04FlameAmsterdam

09mayAll Day11World Hydrogen 2023 Summit & ExhibitionRotterdam Ahoy

16mayAll Day17CO2 Capture, Storage & Reuse 2023 ConferenceCopenhagen

22mayAll Day235th Global LNG ForumHamburg

22mayAll Day24Euroheat & Power CongressTurin

24mayAll Day253rd Global Hydrogen and CCS ForumHamburg

30mayAll Day01junWorld Hydrogen MobilityMunich