The role of gas in the European Union explained by Eurogas
Market and policy
It has been well established that gas plays and will continue to play a significant role in helping the European Union achieve its 2030 climate and energy goals. A role that will remain valid for decades to come, given the goal of reducing emissions to zero by 2050. But why is gas a key element for a competitive and well-functioning energy market? We asked Eurogas, an association that represents the gas trade and distribution sectors in relation to EU institutions.
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Policy Director, Eurogas
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