The AFG, created in 1874, is the professional union of the French gas industry (natural gas, biomethane, biogas, hydrogen and LPG). It promotes the activities of the sector, ensuring their representation with the public authorities by: contributing to the development of legislative and regulatory texts, contributing to European and international work, carrying out studies through its seven commissions, spreading information, providing specialized services (standardization with BNG, certification with Certigaz).
Italian Assocostieri, was founded in Rome in 1983, and it is an Association with a pivotal role for firms working in the field of energy Terminals. In particular, firms operating in the marine bunkering service, holders of coastal, customs and tax tank storage facilities of mineral oils, chemical products and LPG, biodiesel, tank storage facilities and LNG regasification Terminals are part of the Association.
The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG) advocates for public policies that advance the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the United States, and its export internationally. A committee of the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA), CLNG represents the full LNG value chain, including LNG producers, shippers, terminal operators and developers, providing it with unique insight into the ways in which the vast potential of this abundant and versatile fuel can be fully realized.
Eurogas is an association representing the European gas wholesale, retail and distribution sectors towards the EU institutions. Founded in 1990, Eurogas currently comprises 48 companies and associations from 22 countries.
European Association of Internal Combustion Engine Manufacturers
EUROMOT is the European Association of Internal Combustion Engine Manufacturers. It is a non-profitmaking organisation which serves the interests of the internal combustion engine manufacturers supplying the European market.
Gas for Climate was initiated in 2017 to analyse and create awareness about the role of renewable and low carbon gas in the future energy system in full compliance with the Paris Agreement target to limit global temperature increase to well below 2 degrees Celsius. Gas for Climate is committed to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions in the EU by 2050 and we are united in our conviction that renewable and low carbon gas used through existing gas infrastructure will help to deliver this at the lowest possible costs and maximum benefits for the European economy.
Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an association representing the sole interest of the infrastructure industry in the natural gas business such as Transmission System Operators, Storage System Operators and LNG Terminal Operators. GIE has currently 69 members in 26 European countries. Its mission is to actively contribute to the construction of a single, sustainable and competitive gas market in Europe underpinned by a stable and predictable regulatory framework as well as by a sound investment climate.
SEA-LNG works in partnership with GIE to ensure the views of their members are known within all key European Union institutions.
GIIGNL is a non-profit organisation whose objective is to promote the development of activities related to LNG: purchasing, importing, processing, transportation, handling, re-gasification and its various uses. GIIGNL has a worldwide focus and its 88 members represent nearly all companies in the world active in the import and regasification terminalling of LNG.
The International Gas Union (IGU) was founded in 1931. It is a worldwide non-profit organisation registered in Vevey, Switzerland with the Secretariat currently located in Barcelona, Spain. The mission of IGU is to advocate gas as an integral part of a sustainable global energy system, and to promote the political, technical and economic progress of the gas industry. Their 160+ members represent over 95% of the global gas market covering the complete value of gas chain from exploration and production, transmission via pipelines and liquefied natural gas (LNG) as well as distribution and combustion of gas at the point of use.
LNG Protocol is the informal communication platform of nine organizations that together drive the LNG industry forward. LNG Protocol members support the diffusion of knowledge, best practices and new technologies related to liquefied natural gas. Their vision is of an efficient and competitive global LNG chain for a sustainable future.
The Natural & bio Gas Vehicle Association (NGVA Europe) is the European association that promotes the use of natural and renewable gas as a transport fuel. NGVA Europe is a platform for the industry involved in producing and distributing vehicles and natural gas, including component manufacturers, gas suppliers and gas distributors.
Natural Gas Vehicles for America is a national organization dedicated to the development of a growing, profitable, and sustainable market for vehicles powered by natural gas or biomethane. Our member companies are those that produce, distribute, and market natural gas and biomethane across the country; manufacture and service natural gas vehicles, engines, and equipment; and operate fleets powered by clean-burning gaseous fuels.
The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) is a NGO established to promote safety and industry best practice in the use of gas as a marine fuel. It has Consultative Status with the International Maritime Organisation. The Society is governed by a representative Board, and driven by two principal Committees; Technical and Environmental.
SEA-LNG has a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SGMF. SGMF was a 25% partner with SEA-LNG in commissioning the thinkstep (now Sphera) study into the Lifecycle Analysis (LCA) of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission for LNG as a marine fuel. While SEA-LNG’s prime focus is to act as an advocate for LNG as a marine fuel, focused on the commercial and promotional aspects, SGMF’s focus is on the technical and operational of LNG and other gaseous marine fuels.
Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators
The Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) was formed as an international organisation through which all industry participants might share experiences, addreess common problems and derive agreed criteria for best practices and acceptable standards.
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