CONNECTING THE ENERGY OF THE FUTURE
A key role in the European gas infrastructure
As the main connector of Eastern and Western Europe, GRTgaz Deutschland manages a transport system that moves large amounts of natural gas through Southern Germany. Our network connects the gas infrastruture of Germany with that of our parent company in France as well as the networks of Czechia and Austria. As part of the German and European gas infrastructure, we play a critical role in securing a lasting gas energy supply in German and Europe. As a team, we ensure first-class services, a discrimination-free network access, and maintain close contact with our customers.
Withdrawn Capacity (2020)
OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY
In agreement with the Paris Climate Accords, we work together with other network operators to build a transport infrastructure for hydrogen and green gas. Through these actions, we make a significant contribution to a successful energy transition as well as the decarbonisation of the energy industry.
We work on the technical implementation of this infrastructure and integrate the required political and legal parameters in Europe to ensure this takes place successfully.
Data visualisation for more transparency
Digital is what we aspire to. Our startup appygas operates and develops a data visualisation platform for the European gas market. Data for this platform is collected from over 50 sources, aggregated, and distilled into dynamic visuals and graphics for optimal analysis in near-real time. „Gas market made easy“ is the motto and the goal, by which we want our work to be measured.
GRTgaz Deutschland commits to new framework to monitor, report and reduce methane emissions
As a German system operator of a gas transport infrastructure, GRTgaz Deutschland joined OGMP and therefore agreed to report methane emissions with a new, much higher level of transparency.
The Oil and Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP) is a Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) initiative led by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), the European Commission (EC), and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). The new OGMP2.0 framework is the new gold standard reporting framework that will improve the reporting accuracy and transparency of anthropogenic methane emissions in the oil and gas sector.
The goal is to enable the oil and gas industry to realize deep reductions in methane emissions over the next decade in a way that is transparent to civil society and governments.
Appeal before the Federal Supreme Court
GRTgaz Deutschland lodges a legal appeal against the determination REGENT & AMELIE before the Federal Supreme Court.