• 01 Dec 2017 - Renewable Gas

    Gas infrastructure can carry renewable energy in the form of biomethane as recuperation of energy from waste, surplus renewable electricity converted into hydrogen or synthetic gases, as well as hydrogen produced from steam methane reforming (used in conjunction with CCS). Renewable gases should function as the basis for sector coupling in the move towards an integrated energy system – gas market, electricity and heating/cooling. Gaseous energy (increasingly renewable) is the only efficient vector to make a significant contribution to large-scale and seasonal energy storage.

  • 01 Dec 2017 - Friends of Europe Event: Global energy in flux as demand rises and prices fall

    Opis: Natural gas, the fuel focus in WEO-2017, grows to account for a quarter of global energy demand in the New Policies Scenario by 2040, becoming the second-largest fuel in the global mix after oil. Even in the new IEA scenario - in the Sustainable Development Scenario - gas becomes the largest single fuel in 2040.

  • 12 Nov 2017 - Gas: at the heart of modern energy

    Gas both safely produced in Europe (and worldwide) and delivered by a pipeline or in the form of LNG can help in achieving objectives of the EU in a cost-effective way.

  • 08 Nov 2017 - For more energy efficient houses

    New technologies(such as gas heat pumps, micro-CHP, fuel cells) are making gas use in households more energy efficient and less polluting.

  • 08 Nov 2017 - Hitting the gas on energy & climate objectives

    Marco Alverà, President of GasNaturally and CEO of SNAM, explains how natural gas can contribute to reaching the EU’s climate and energy targets by reducing emissions, tackling energy poverty and integrating renewables into the energy system.

  • 12 Dec 2016 - Alternative fuels and cleaner transport – from policy to reality

    Matthias Maedge, Chair of GasNaturally's Transport Taskforce speaking at the EurActiv workshop on Alternative Fuels and Celaner Transport - From Policy to Reality

    You can also watch the debate highlights and interviews here

  • 08 Jun 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.

    Through the use of modern gas condensing boilers, we can reduce CO2 by 20% compared with traditional gas boilers and improve air quality by minimizing other pollutants.

    The gas industry is also looking further ahead. Innovation is a key focus, as our industry seeks to better meet heating needs, consumer expectations and reduce emissions.

    You can find out why gas is the smart choice for heating in our latest GasNaturally animation, which was produced together with Eurogas.

  • 02 Jun 2016 - Member States’ Gas Forum 2016 - Interview with our Chairman

    GasNaturally's chairman Francois-Regis Mouton speaks about gas' role in the future energy mix at the 5th annual Member States' Gas Forum, held 17 March 2016.

  • 20 Nov 2014 - Gas for Security of Supply

    “More than half of the EU gas consumption is supplied by EU countries and Norway. The rest comes from a dozen countries including Russia, Algeria and Qatar.”
    BP Statistical Review of Energy, 2014

  • 20 Nov 2014 - Gas for Competitiveness

    "What's more transporting gas throughout the EU can be up to 20 times cheaper than transporting the same amount of energy in the form of electricity."
    Gas Infrastructure Europe, 'GIE Key Messages on Energy Roadmap 2050', 2012

  • 20 Nov 2014 - Gas for a Clean Energy Future

    "The latest gas-condensing boilers are over 20% more efficient than traditional boilers, while gas heat pumps are up to 90% more efficient."
    'Gas: the right choice for heating in Europe', Eurogas, September 2014 and Gas Heat Pumps - Efficient heating and cooling with natural gas, GasTerra