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EGaF embraces the use of low carbon technologies and, in particular, natural gas as an essential complement to renewable energy sources (RES) technologies to meet the EU’s 2050 CO2 and sustainable energy needs.

The European Gas Advocacy Forum's members are Centrica, Eni, E.ON, Gazprom Export, GDF SUEZ, Qatar Petroleum, Shell and Statoil. This informal group of experienced players in the European gas industry was established in 2010 to increase – at all levels of society – understanding of the environmental, economic and energy security benefits of natural gas.

Reports/Press releases

December 2013
The risks to the EU power sector decarbonisation and competitiveness posed by current energy trends
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April 2013
The Future Role of Natural Gas
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July 2013
EGaF – European Gas Forum promotes a cost-effective low-carbon energy future
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July 2013
Reducing CO2 emissions in the EU Residential Sector to 2050
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February 2013
Making the Green Journey Work
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