#GIEAnnualConference 2021 welcomed #energy leaders from various horizons.

Day 1 started strong with exclusive insights from #Switzerland🇨🇭 to Brussels 🇪🇺.
Gas infrastructure also presented its most exciting projects for #decarbonisation.

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Last week, we were all #backtogether for #GIEAnnualConference 2021.
56 prestigious speakers took the floor.

We debated, learn a lot & had fun in the charming #Lucerne🇨🇭 That was simply #amazing.
Thank you all for making this 18th edition memorable.
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This is how we take action to mitigate #methaneemissions👇
Read our joint declaration🔎https://bit.ly/3AXiIO6

Learn all about:
✅Context
✅Key figures & facts
✅What is #OGMP 2.0?
✅What is the #Methane Guiding Principles initiative?
✅R&D projects
✅Tools & videos available

Hydrogen Talk at #GIEAnnualConference 2021🇪🇺

#Hydrogen Infrastructure in Europe needs to be developed from scratch, that's a crucial point discussed at @GIEBrussels Annual Conference. A. Wietfeld, #GSE President, reviewed market development in different regions with the experts.

#GIE21 sagt Danke für die anregenden Diskussionen in Luzern! Ákos Kriston, CEO at Hungarian #Gas Storage & György Berze from HEXUM Földgáz are delighted to welcome you in Budapest next April for #GIE22. Találkozunk Budapesten! #GIEBacktogether21

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    European Biomethane Map

    This comprehensive map locates and lists all known biomethane installations running in Europe. It has been produced with the information gathered from national biogas associations, energy agencies and companies.

    The map provides specific details about each biomethane plant, including their connection to the gas grid, feed-in capacity, main substrate used, upgrading process and date of start of operation. Cross-border interconnection points and pipelines are also indicated.

    The map brings additional data about the European biomethane market evolution, distribution of plants in European countries, and forecasts of natural gas and biomethane indigenous production in Europe until 2037.

    The 2020 edition of the map has been updated with new features such as:

    • The type of connection to the grid: some plants are connected to the transport grid, others to the distribution grid and a few are not connected as they use it for
      their own consumption.
    • The type of gas transported in a specific grid. It depends on national specifications and can be low caloric or high caloric.
    • The map also shows whether there is on site production of Bio-CNG or Bio-LNG, which can be used as a green fuel in the transport sector.

    This is the second edition of the map. It has been made in cooperation between two organisations promoting the development of renewable gases: the European Biogas Association (EBA) and Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE). The first edition of the map was launched in spring 2018.

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    Version

    June 2020

    Updates

    Bi-annual

    Format

    A0

    Dimensions

    1189 x 841mm

    Process

    Quadri color offset print

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    250g glossy paper with glossy lamination on one side

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    Delivered in cardboard box

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    GIE LNG Map

    The GIE LNG Map provides comprehensive information on existing and under construction LNG Terminals in Europe, including send-out capacity, LNG storage capacity and the main terminal characteristics. Planned or under study LNG terminals projects are also detailed.

    The LNG map is updated annually with first-hand information provided by GLE members making it a reliable source of information for the LNG business

    Maps are available free of charge, but we do need to charge shipping costs.

    Additional information

    Version

    May 2019

    Updates

    Annual

    Format

    A0

    Dimensions

    1189 x 841mm

    Process

    Quadri color offset print

    Paper options

    250g glossy paper with glossy lamination on one side

    Finishing options

    Plano (rolled)

    Packaging

    Delivered in cardboard box

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    GIE Small Scale LNG Map

    The 2020 edition of the GIE Small scale LNG map provides an updated overview as comprehensive as possible of the LNG infrastructures (large scale and small scale) offering LNG small-scale services in Europe.

    The display has also been improved, in particular with specific tables, to make the readability even more user friendly.

    Data shows that LNG infrastructures offering LNG small-scale services are continuing to develop strongly throughout Europe, thus allowing further development of LNG whether as fuel in maritime and heavy road transport or as off-grid energy solution.

    • For road transport, the existing trend has been confirmed: there are now about 280 LNG fuelling stations in operation, while the milestone of the 200th station was reached just one year ago.
    • For ships bunkering, the progress is even more striking: there are now 9 vessels dedicated to LNG bunkering, with 5 more expected to be delivered by the end of 2020, while three years ago there were only 2.
    • Supplying industrial sites not connected to the gas grid is another expanding major usage of small-scale LNG.

    Infrastructures offering small scale services expand the geographic availability of small-scale LNG onshore, on inland waterways or at sea. Related services are now or will soon be available in nearly all large-scale terminals, new projects of small-scale LNG terminals and small-scale liquefaction plants are also developing in more and more countries.

    Moreover, an additional step allowing the energy transition has been taken: Liquid biomethane production plants are developing in several European countries.

    LNG is an very attractive alternative to heavy fuel oil and diesel in freight transport and shipping, as well as in supply of off-grid sites, thanks to its superior environmental performance (up to 25% less CO2, up to 90% less NOx, negligible quantity sulphur and fine particulates).

    The rapid growth of small-scale LNG illustrates its potential to pave the way to a greener energy future.

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    Additional information

    Version

    June 2020

    Updates

    Bi-annual

    Format

    A0

    Dimensions

    1189 x 841mm

    Process

    Quadri color offset print

    Paper options

    250g glossy paper with glossy lamination on one side

    Finishing options

    Plano (rolled)

    Packaging

    Delivered in cardboard box

    Add to cart
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    GIE Storage Map

    The GIE Storage Map provides comprehensive information on existing and under construction underground gas storage facilities in Europe, including working gas volume, withdrawal and injection capacity as well as other main characteristics. Planned or under study storage projects are also detailed.

    The Storage Map is updated every second year with first-hand information provided by GSE members making it a reliable source of information for the Storage business.

    The new initiative builds on the work done by ENTSOG in the area of Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) and Winter and Summer Supply Outlooks as well as on the transparency initiatives developed by Gas Storage Europe (GSE) and Gas LNG Europe (GLE).

    The map series aims at providing a compact and regular overview of existing gas infrastructure and outlook for its development as well as of actual supply and demand situation at both the European and national level from the perspective of a respective year. It aims at establishing an easy reference for such information and at mapping trends and their development over time. As such it contributes to enhanced transparency of the gas market.

    Additional information

    Version

    July 2021

    Updates

    Bi-annual

    Format

    A0

    Dimensions

    1189 x 841mm

    Process

    Quadri color offset print

    Paper options

    250g glossy paper with glossy lamination on one side

    Finishing options

    Plano (rolled)

    Packaging

    Delivered in cardboard box

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    System Development Map

    The System Development Map 2019 / 2020 presents existing infrastructure & capacity from the perspective of the year 2020. Planned infrastructure (projects) information is based on the ENTSOG TYNDP (Ten-Year Network Development Plan) 2020. The layout is based on the SYSDEV MAP 2018/2019 unless respective ENTSOG members provided any update.

    Data presented in the capacity matrix was extracted from the ENTSOG and GIE Transparency Platforms (with application of the ‘Lesser-of’ Rule), then amended and approved by TSOs on 17 December 2020. The 2019 / 2020 historical data on demand & supply are presented aggregated in form of charts (covering summer and following winter to allow to investigate gas storage usage). Values were taken from the respective Summer and Winter Review Report. Information regarding gas storage fill rate was taken from GIE AGSI+.

    The Country Profiles include demand data representing actual country demand for the respective days/periods, storage & LNG capacities according to the interconnection to the country’s transmission system and installed gas-fired power generation capacity (additional data sources: GSE 2018 Storage Map (including necessary updates), GLE 2019 LNG Map and ENTSO-E Transparency Platform), unless respective ENTSOG members provided any update. The gas production reflects the maximum deliverability achieved.

    The map series aims at providing a compact and regular overview of existing gas infrastructure and outlook for its development as well as of actual supply and demand situation at both the European and national level from the perspective of a respective year. It aims at establishing an easy reference for such information and at mapping trends and their development over time. As such it contributes to enhanced transparency of the gas market.

    Additional information

    Version

    2019-2020

    Updates

    Annual

    Format

    XXL

    Dimensions

    1600 x 1200mm

    Process

    Quadri color offset print

    Paper options

    250g glossy paper with glossy lamination on one side

    Finishing options

    Plano (rolled)

    Packaging

    Delivered in cardboard box

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