Gas Week 2015

13-16 October 2015 (Brussels, Belgium)

Gas Week has become a signature event on the Brussels calendar, enabling industry stakeholders and EU policymakers to come together and discuss the future of Europe’s climate and energy policy.  The 2015 edition consisted of a number of public and private events in and around the European Parliament in Brussels.

With the Juncker Commission’s publication of the Energy Union Package in February 2015, several significant legislative proposals will be forthcoming over the next five years, a majority of which are expected in 2015-2016. As the cleanest available fossil fuel, gas is proving to be one of the most efficient, flexible and cost-effective ways of turning this Energy Union into a reality.

In light of this, Gas Week 2015 brought together high-level speakers from various parts of the natural gas chain, experts and academics to discuss how gas can play a key role when it comes to realising the EU’s goals on climate and energy.  This year’s events focused on the role of gas in heating and cooling, LNG production and storage in relation to security of supply, and the potential partnership of gas and renewables in power generation.

Check out this year's photos here.

 

Tuesday, 13 October

Panel Debate: Gas and Renewables - a New Reality?

Brussels, European Parliament, Room 5E-3, 13.30-15.20

 

Workshop - Moving forward with a secure natural gas supply for Europe: What's been achieved, What's in the pipeline

Brussels, European Parliament, Room 5E-3 15.20-17.00 


Wednesday, 14 October

MEP Assistants’ Cocktail Party

The Staff, Rue de Trèves 42, 1050 Brussels, 19.00


Friday, 16 October

Visit to LNG Terminal 

Zeebrugge, 8.30 - 18.00

 

Thanks to our Gas Week supporters