Innovation at GasWeek 2016

21-24 November 2016 (Strasbourg, France)

Gas Week has once again proven to be a signature event in the Gas Industry year, bringing together industry and policy makers to discuss the prospects for gas in the EU energy mix. The 5th edition of Gas Week included four events, each one with a different energy and climate policy focus that provided a lively forum for debate on the future of EU Energy Policy.

Anticipating the imminent publication of the Clean Energy for All Europeans (CEFAP), Gas Week 2016 addressed the issues of Climate Change, Air Quality, and Energy decarbonisation, in which Natural Gas will undoubtedly play a key role.

Gas Week 2016 events tackled issues such as Innovation of Europe’s Energy Future, the Gas and Renewables Partnership, Urban Air Quality, and the Role of Natural Gas in Lowering Transport Emissions. Discussions showed that natural gas will be critical for achieving the emissions reduction goals of COP21, but also in driving future energy innovation and the energy transition.


Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Breakfast Debate - Innovating Europe's Energy Future: The Role of Gas

European Parliament, Strasbourg, 8.15-9.30


EEF Dinner Debate - Gas and Renewables: the right combination for a sustainable future?

European Parliament, Strasbourg, 19.30-22.00

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Breakfast Debate: Urban air quality - an urgent issue

European Parliament, Strasbourg, 7.45-9.00


Dinner Debate: Lowering transport emissions – The role of gas vehicles in the EU mix

European Parliament, Strasbourg, 19.00-22.30