Our Members

GasNaturally is a partnership of six associations that together represent the whole European gas value chain – from exploration and production to transmission, from distribution to transportation.

  • EUROGAS

    EUROGAS is the association representing the European gas wholesale, retail and distribution sectors. Founded in 1990, its members are 43 companies and associations from 24 countries. Eurogas represents the sector towards the EU institutions and, as such, participates in the Madrid Gas Regulatory Forum, the Gas Coordination Group, the Citizens Energy Forum and other stakeholder groups.

  • European Gas Research Group (GERG)

    GERG, the European Gas Research Group, is a research and development organisation with a unique role in Europe, in that it provides both support and stimulus for the technological innovation necessary to ensure that the European gas industry can rise to meet the technological challenges of the new century.

    [ Website : http://www.gerg.eu/ ]
  • Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE)

     GIE is the European association representing the interests of natural gas infrastructure operators active in natural gas transmission, storage and LNG regasification.

    Its internal structure has three columns corresponding to the types of infrastructure activities represented, i.e. GTE (Gas Transmission Europe), GSE (Gas Storage Europe) and GLE (Gas LNG Europe). GIE currently represents 70 member companies from 25 countries.

    [ Website : http://www.gie.eu/ ]
  • International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)

    Rebranded in November 2014, IOGP encompasses most of the world’s leading publicly-traded, private and state-owned oil and gas companies, oil and gas associations and major upstream service companies. IOGP members produce about one third of the world’s gas.

    [ Website : http://www.iogp.org. ]
  • International Gas Union (IGU) (Observer)

    The International Gas Union (IGU), founded in 1931, is a worldwide non-profit organisation promoting the political, technical and economic progress of the gas industry with the mission to advocate gas as an integral part of a sustainable global energy system. IGU has more than 125 members worldwide and represents more than 95% of the world’s gas market. The members are national associations and corporations of the gas industry. The working organisation of IGUcovers the complete value chain of the gas industry upstream to downstream.

    [ Website : http://www.igu.org/ ]
  • Marcogaz

    As the representative organisation of the European Natural Gas Industry, Marcogaz aims at monitoring and taking influence when needed on European technical regulation, standardisation and certification with respect to environment, health & safety and integrity of gas systems and equipment.

  • NGVA Europe

    NGVA Europe is the European stakeholder that promotes the use of natural gas and renewable methane as a fuel mainly in vehicles and also in ships. It serves as a platform for the industry involved in the production and distribution of vehicles and natural gas. It defends their interests to European decision makers, to create accurate standards, fair regulations and equal market conditions. NGVA Europe creates networks with interested stakeholders to reach consensus on positions and actions. It also collects, records and communicates reliable facts and significant developments in the natural gas vehicle market. It was founded in 2008 and has more than 140 members from 40 countries.

    [Website : https://www.ngva.eu/]