Gas system operators in joint effort to continue curbing emissions and to support the Global Methane Pledge
Brussels 15.12.21: Eurogas broadly welcomes the Decarbonised Gas Market Package, alandmark in decarbonisation efforts. At the same time the association notes theframework needs fine tuning
Letter to the European Commission following the RED II consultation on implementing rules for voluntary schemes – Union Database
Eurogas, GIE, ENTSOG, EFET, EBA, NGVA Europe, GERG, SEA-LNG and GD4S would like to share their concerns with the proposed RED II implementing rules for for voluntary schemes laying down provisions of the Union Database published for the public consultation on 29 June 2021.
Editorial: James Watson, Secretary General Dear Readers, Welcome back to the Eurogas newsletter. I hope you had a restful summer and you’re ready for the
Eurogas calls for a progressive gas decarbonisation package, which enables gaseous energy and its infrastructure to be the building block for a cost-effective and successful
Editorial: Didier Holleaux, Eurogas President Dear readers, With the recent launch of the European Commission’s Fit for 55 package, many of you will still be
Editorial – Eurogas Policy Director Andreas Guth Welcome to a special issue of Molecules – The Eurogas Newsletter. This issue is dedicated entirely to our
Editorial: Didier Holleaux, Eurogas President Dear readers, I am delighted to write this editorial in my first month as Eurogas President. The coming two years
Eurogas is committed to achieving the objectives of the Paris Agreement and supports the Commission’s long-term vision of a carbon neutral economy by 2050. To
Welcome and Introduction Welcome to this special issue Eurogas newsletter, which focuses on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and its importance to delivering the energy transition.
Editorial – Eurogas Secretary General James Watson Dear members and readers, Welcome to the May issue of Molecules. This month we welcome articles by our
Proposal for binding 2030 EU-level targets to lower the greenhouse gas intensity of gas consumed in Europe and increase the demand for renewable gas
The signatories of this statement are committed to achieving the objectives of the Paris Agreement and support the EU’s ambition to reach carbon neutrality by
Proposal for binding 2030 EU-level targets to lower the greenhouse gas intensity of gas consumed in Europe and increase the demand for renewable gas Eurogas