Molecules April 2022: Workplace of the future with Italgas: putting people, process and innovation at the heart of work
Our world is going through many emergencies. We are experiencing a period of crisis that is putting our society under strain. The worries of the current situation, however, must not make us forget that we are in a climate emergency. To prevent any further damage to our planet we need to move quickly and strategically on the energy transition.
Proposal for a Regulation on the Methane emissions reduction in the energy sector
Our operators are committed to pursuing and intensifying their contribution to reducing emissions. We understand the need for such a Regulation and support the deployment of an appropriate and cost-effective action plan. We welcome the proposal of the European Commission.
Eurogas Position Paper on Joint Procurement of Natural Gas
Both the Communication on More Affordable, Sustainable and Secure Energy and the Draft Regulation on Security of Supply make reference to joint purchasing of gaseous fuels: natural gas, LNG and hydrogen. The current combination of high prices in the gas wholesale market and the war in Ukraine have driven political attention on to the issue of gas purchasing.
Joint associations position on support for well-functioning energy markets
Energy markets are experiencing price levels and price volatility that have no historical precedent. Access to short-term liquidity or guarantees provided by public entities and extension of eligible collateral will maintain the functioning of EU energy markets in times of extreme wholesale price development.
Eurogas position on ‘minimum gas storage obligations’
Eurogas recognises that the current market dynamics emerging from the geopolitical situation requires particular attention. The negative summer/winter spread limits incentives for market participants to put gas into storage and may not provide sufficient incentives for suppliers to factor in possibly security of supply risks.
Eurogas Let’s Talk! with Zoltan Elek
Renewable and low carbon gases will help us decarbonise and diversify our energy supply. The European Commission recognised their potential by proposing a 2030 target for 35bcm of biomethane in REPowerEU. To scale up these gases, targets need to be cemented in legislation.
Eurogas Let’s Talk! with Eva Hennig
Why do we need blending? What are the roadblocks for decarbonising distribution networks? Watch the Let’s Talk DSOs video with Eva Hennig from Thüga to find out.
Molecules – The Eurogas Newsletter (January 2022)
Editorial: Bronagh O’Hagan Dear readers, Welcome to the first edition of Molecules in 2022. I hope you all enjoyed a restful break and are ready
Molecules – The Eurogas Newsletter (December 2021)
Editorial: Bronagh O’Hagan, Communications Director Dear readers, December has seen the launch of the Decarbonised Gas Market Package, we’ve joined the Sustainable Biomethane Alliance, welcomed
Gas in Maritime Transport, Eurogas Factsheet
Did you know that compared to conventional maritime fuels, LNG reduces sulphur oxides (SOx) emissions to near-zero? It also reduces nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particular
Molecules – The Eurogas Newsletter (November 2021)
Editorial: Bronagh O’Hagan, Communications Director Dear readers, Welcome to the November issue of Molecules. With the end of the year approaching, we have things to
Molecules – The Eurogas Newsletter (October 2021)
Editorial: James Watson, Secretary General Dear readers, Welcome to the October issue of Molecules. It has been another busy month with plenty of good events