About: natural gas

Changing the future of Europe’s energy mix: What role for different technologies?

In order to help the EU achieve its ambitious climate change targets and deliver on its clean energy targets in a cost effective manner, significant investment is needed in the energy sector.

Financing mechanisms for the energy sector: Ensuring a fair transition for all Member States

Climate neutrality translates into commitments undertaken by various industries, communities and other stakeholders. The European energy sector is already committed to be carbon neutral before 2050.

Consumer behaviour & climate change: Can heating make a difference?

The planet is heating up fast. Whichever predictions you read, the consequences look serious.

Contributing to a CO2 neutral gas supply: On the road to 2050 – what role for renewable gases and gas infrastructure?

Climate change requires urgent action and the ultimate challenge is to carry out the required transition towards a greener future at affordable cost for EU citizens and in line with EU energy security perspectives.
Energy 29-11-2017

Engie boss: ‘Phasing-out coal, as quickly as possible’

Isabelle Kocher, the CEO of Engie, wants to "accelerate" the energy transition. After the COP23 in Bonn, she warns that Europe is "running out of time" and supports both "very high and mandatory" targets for energy savings, and for a carbon price floor.
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Energy 16-10-2017

Renewable gas: 5G Energy

Natural gas can significantly reduce CO2 emissions.
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Gaz: Europe’s smart choice for heating
Energy 09-06-2016

Gas: Europe’s smart choice for heating

Natural gas has dramatically changed the way we heat our homes, businesses and schools, enabling us to live comfortably without emptying our wallets. And we do so while at the same time not compromising the environment.
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Energy 02-02-2015

GIE Annual Conference 2015 in Dublin

GIE is pleased to invite you to the 13th GIE Annual Conference on April 23 and 24, 2015. We are delighted to welcome in Ireland's capital city, Dublin - your host is Gaslink, Ireland's independent gas transmission and distribution system operator.
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Energy 08-07-2013

EU, Algeria take step towards closer energy cooperation

Algeria and the European Union signed a draft agreement on closer energy cooperation yesterday (7 July) during an official visit by European Commission President José Manuel Barroso.
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Energy 10-06-2013

Southern Gas Corridor: Interconnecting grids and diversifying supplies in South East Europe and the Balkans

Following the January 2009 gas crisis, diversification of gas supplies and the identification of additional supply sources have become a strategic priority for the EU.   With the extraordinary EU summit in May, dedicated to energy, EU leaders will have to be well prepared to discuss the bloc’s energy relations in the long-term.  
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Global Europe 04-06-2013

Syria, passenger data dominate EU-Russia Summit

EU leaders met Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday for the 31st EU-Russia Summit. The 2 day-discussions were overshadowed by strong disagreements over the conflict in Syria, where Russia supports the regime of Bashar al-Assad. Brussels is helping organise a peace conference on Syria in Geneva later this month.
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Energy 29-01-2013

EU keeps cool in fresh Russian-Ukrainian gas dispute

Ukraine and Russia are embroiled in a new gas dispute after Moscow sent Kyiv a huge bill for gas it commissioned under long-term contracts but did not use. Asked by EURACTIV if there was a risk of a repeat of the 2009 gas crisis, the European Commission said it expected both sides to make sure that shipments to the EU remain uninterrupted.
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Energy 21-06-2012

Energy Choices for Europe’s Citizens: Gas in the spolight

Europe and Europeans will have to significantly adjust the way they produce, use and think about energy over the coming years. Business as usual is not an option any longer. Reducing costs, improving sustainability and reducing CO2 emissions do not represent an unattainable utopia, provided that the appropriate policies are put in place, and energy suppliers and consumers are willing to play their part.