GasNaturally at COP24
GasNaturally is committed to making a clean future real. GasNaturally was present at COP24 in Katowice, Poland from 12 to 13 December.
Manifesto of the Gas Industry
The gas industry is keen to actively support the EU’s efforts to meet its commitments under the Paris Agreement. This Manifesto outlines ways our industry can contribute in an affordable and sustainable manner for its citizens, businesses and governments, while also increasing security of supply.
GasNaturally is a partnership of seven associations.
GasNaturally is a partnership of seven associations from across the whole gas value chain. Our members are involved in gas exploration and production, transmission, distribution, wholesale and retail operations, as well as gas in transport.
LNG Protocol Declaration for the Use of LNG as the Go-To Fuel of the Future We, the signatories of this declaration, welcome the support of the President-elect of the European Commission Ursula von d...
For a smart and sustainable EU taxonomy to deliver a cost-effective energy transition to all – Letter to Coreper II
The signatories to this letter welcome the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan and its objectives to further mobilise investments to achieve Paris Agreement goals and EU climate and energy objectives....
Innovation in the gas industry paves the way to low-carbon future By Marco Alverà, President of GasNaturally This opinion piece was first published in the European Energy Innovation magazine M...
Gas in Numbers
Reduction of CO2 emissions in transport with the use of CNG compared to conventional fuels
5.100 billion cubic meters of commercial and technically recoverable natural gas resources in Europe
2.2 million kilometres of pipelines in Europe
227 billion cubic meters of annual regasification capacity of large-scale LNG terminals in Europe
Reduction of CO2 emissions in gas-fired power generation compared to coal
€80 billion of net government revenues from gas in the EU28 and Norway (2015)
Average annual increase in biomethane production in Europe since 2013
EU citizens pay around 4 times more per kilowatt hour (kWh) for electricity than for gas
Transporting gas can be more than 20 times less costly than transporting electricity (€/GWh/d/km)
Number of power-to-gas demonstration installations in Europe
There is enough gas storage available in the EU to meet 50 days of peak gas demand
Anthropogenic CO2 equivalent of methane emissions in the European natural gas midstream sectors (2015)
Share of methane emissions from the gas industry in total EU GHG emissions (2017)
Reduction in fugitive methane emissions from natural gas activities between 1990 and 2016
Reduction of NOx emissions in shipping with the use of LNG compared to conventional fuels