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Financing the EU energy transition

The Taxonomy Regulation, a classification for “environmentally sustainable investments”, on which political agreement was reached on 16 December 2019, is the central element of the EU sustainable finance action plan. Its purpose is to identify economic activities that substantially contribute to environmental objectives, such as climate change mitigation or pollution prevention, while not causing significant environmental harm elsewhere.
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Reducing the GHG footprint of the gas value chain: progress in methane emissions management and reduction

Reducing methane emissions is a top priority for companies operating along the entire gas value chain. The EU Methane Strategy can further assist the gas industry in this mission.
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A competitive European industry: the contribution of gas technologies

The EU industry is the foundation of the European economy, providing 80% of the block’s exports and 35 million of its jobs. It is now called on by the European Commission to be at the forefront of the fight against climate change. The secret weapon? Industrial innovation.
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Gas is one of the safest bets for EU’s energy and climate success

Europe will need gas to make renewables work. One of my principal aims as the new president of GasNaturally will be to engage with our partners and policymakers and explain why gas is one of the safest bets if we want EU energy and climate policy to be a success, writes Marco Alverà.
Energy 17-03-2016

Combining gas and renewables can deliver ‘energy miracle’

A lot is happening in the world of natural gas. Just recently, the European Commission published its gas strategy and the United States exported its first Liquefied Natural Gas. It is a clear sign of the role that gas plays and will have to play in Europe’s energy mix, writes François-Régis Mouton.
Energy 20-03-2015

Following Shakespeare’s lead on climate change

Gas, while not zero carbon, is the best option to significantly reduce emissions at a reasonable cost, writes François-Régis Mouton.