1Promote innovation in gas technology as a vital contributor to Europe's energy future
2Strengthen the safe transport,distribution and use of natural and renewable gases
3Contribute to a sustainable energy system by developing technology that will:
4Contribute to regulation, especially concerning environment, safety and efficiency
5Maintain strong links with related industries, research groups and policymakers
6Support and improve the image of the gas industry
GERG was founded in 1961 to strengthen the Gas Industry within the European Community by promoting effective, gas-related R&D.
Since its foundation, GERG has continued to develop and promote collaborative Research Projects, managed through Programme Committees, which are currently evolving to develop a dynamically responsive forward. We aim to stay in tune with the needs of the future energy system.
The 2017 event will take place in association with the Eurogas Annual Conference on 27th October in Brussels. The theme of the Conference this year will be Renewable Gases, and an audience of over a hundred industry executives and policy makers is expected. The event will be based on presentations of post-graduate projects in the conference session and as posters.
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The currently running GERG project "Development of an Accurate and Consistent Method for Methane Emission Estimation from the Gas Distribution Grid" – short: MEEM DSO project – is developing a pan-European method for estimating methane emissions of the gas distribution grid. The first Phase summary is here
GERG is proud to be a supporting member of GasNaturally, showcasing the essential role of natural gas in the forthcoming energy transformation. The mitigation of climate change has become one of the most important issues for the gas industry.