Legal notice

The provisions in this notice apply to all visitors to this website.
By accessing and using the site, you unconditionally accept these terms of use.

Some or all provisions of this legal notice may be amended at any time. All visitors to the site are therefore expected to periodically verify its content.

About the company

This is the website of Fluxys Belgium, a public limited company incorporated under Belgian law having its registered office at Avenue des Arts 31, B-1040 Brussels, VAT BE 0402.954.628, RPM/RPR Brussels.
Tel. (central switchboard): +32 (0)2 282 72 11 – Fax: +32 (0)2 282 02 39


Scope of the information on this website

The information published on this website is public and provided for information purposes only.

This website is updated at regular intervals and to the best of our ability. However, Fluxys Belgium cannot guarantee that all the information supplied is accurate, reliable or up to date.

Fluxys Belgium is not liable for any consequence of the use of any information on this website or on a website to which visitors to this site are referred by this site. Visitors to this website therefore accept that any use of this website's content is at their own risk.

The information provided on this website is not intended to be used as a basis for evaluating Fluxys Belgium. Those visitors wishing to do so should refer to the information channels provided for by law, in particular the annual and half-yearly reports, which are available upon request.

Nothing on this website shall be deemed as constituting an offer to buy or sell products or services or enter into a contract of any kind, unless explicitly stated otherwise. Likewise, nothing on this website constitutes an offer to buy or subscribe to Fluxys Belgium shares.


Protection of intellectual rights to the website and its content

The content and architecture of this site, including but not limited to pictures, texts, logos, slogans and trademarks, are protected by intellectual property rights, including but not limited to copyright and trademark law. They are protected by national and international laws and regulations that must be strictly complied with by all visitors to this site.

No reproduction, rental, lease, download, radio broadcast or use in public performance of this site and its content by any means is permitted without the prior written consent of Fluxys Belgium or any other rightful owners.

However, limited extracts of the content of this site may be used for private and non-commercial use without prior permission provided that the source and publication date are stated explicitly and clearly. Such publication may not give rise to any compensation whatsoever.
No content appearing on this site may be construed as conferring any licence or rights with respect to a patent, copyright or registered trademark of Fluxys Belgium or a third party. Fluxys Belgium reserves the right to seek prosecution for any infringement of its intellectual property rights.

This site does not aim to collect confidential data from visitors. Consequently, and with the exception of any submission of personal data (which is subject to this website's privacy policy), any data, in whatever form, including but not limited to any document, expertise, graphical data, questions, suggestions, ideas, remarks or other information a visitor may communicate on this website by e-mail or any other means, shall not be deemed confidential in any way by Fluxys Belgium. As such, any submission of data grants us the irrevocable right, with no compensation, to use, reproduce, distribute, modify or pass it on for any purpose whatsoever.


Links to other websites

Fluxys Belgium cannot be held liable for any third-party website the visitor might access via this website. Fluxys Belgium has no means of controlling these third-party websites, which are completely independent. The provision of a link to another website does not mean that Fluxys Belgium endorses the content of that site. Visitors are also responsible for protecting their computer against any viruses infecting their computer when they visit a third-party website.
Furthermore, the use of this website by third-party sites is not permitted without the prior written consent of Fluxys Belgium. Links or any other methods enabling parts of this website to be incorporated into third-party websites are also not permitted.


Limitation of liability

This site is provided 'as is'. Visitors acknowledge that it is technically impossible to provide a website that has no failures whatsoever. Failures or hacker attacks may result in the total or partial unavailability of the website. Fluxys Belgium cannot guarantee uninterrupted access to the website or that the site contains no errors or viruses, nor can it guarantee the site's availability, accuracy or reliability. Visitors to this site acknowledge that they use the site at their own risk and that the site may be exposed to content from other sources.
With the exception of liability in the event of death or bodily injury caused by gross negligence or wilful misconduct by Fluxys Belgium, Fluxys Belgium rejects any liability for any damage, including direct or indirect damage, inflicted upon visitors of this website.


Protection of visitors' privacy and personal data

Fluxys Belgium SA collects personal data for a number of purposes:

  • recruitment;
  • listing for its e-mail notification service;
  • requests for visits to its facilities;
  • orders for brochures and other Fluxys publications (delivered by post).

These data shall not be used for any other purposes and, in particular, shall not be communicated to third parties for commercial use or direct marketing purposes.

These data are handled in accordance with the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy in relation to the processing of personal data and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).

Personal data of website visitors can only be processed for the purposes listed above, if their processing is based upon one of the legal grounds as listed in Article 6.1 GDPR. Visitors whose data are being collected will be provided the information in accordance with Article 13 of the GDPR (or Article 14, where the personal data have not been obtained from the visitor). As far as the visitor has not requested a data transfer, none of the personal data collected is ever passed on to third parties. Under Belgian and European privacy protection law, visitors to this site have the right to access their personal data, to have these data rectified or erased, to restrict the processing of these data in certain situations (please refer to Article 18 GDPR) and to transmit his personal data to another data controller. In this regard, they simply need to:

  • write to Fluxys Belgium, Communication Department, Avenue des Arts 31, B-1040 Brussels;
  • or e-mail info@fluxys.com.

Cookies policy

Our website uses cookies. Visitors to our website can find our cookies policy below.

  1. What are cookies?

    Cookies are small files that are stored on a website user's computer or electronic device to provide the operator of the site with information about the site's usage. These are used for the purposes described in point 2 below.

    Some cookies are deleted when the visitor closes the browser. These are known as 'session cookies'. Others remain on the computer or electronic device until they expire or the visitor deletes them. These are known as 'permanent cookies' and mean that when visitors return to our site, the site 'remembers' certain usage characteristics.

    To find out more about cookies, including which cookies have been installed and how to manage and delete them, please go to the following website: www.allaboutcookies.org. Independent information about cookies is also available online.

  2. Why do we use cookies?

    We use cookies on our site for the following purposes:

    • Analyses: Analytical cookies allow us to anonymously recognise, measure and monitor users of our site. The information collected includes the number of visitors to our site, where visitors come from and the pages they have visited. This helps us to improve how our website works, for example by determining where visitors can easily obtain information or by identifying which aspects of the site are most interesting to them.
    • User preferences: Certain cookies log visitors' choices regarding the use of our site. The site 'remembers' the user's setting preferences. This enables us to tailor aspects of our site to particular users.
    • Disclaimer: We use cookies on our site to record when a visitor has viewed a policy such as this policy or granted some special consent. This avoids users being asked to agree to the same general terms and conditions whenever they visit the site.
    • Session management: The software that runs our site uses cookies for technical reasons. For example, we use cookies to distribute requests to multiple servers, authenticate users and determine to which information they have access, verify the source of requests, keep track of information from a user's session and determine which options or pages to display to operate our site.

  3. Preferences

    To make the best possible use of our site, the computer or electronic device must accept cookies as our site will not work properly without them. Moreover, cookies are needed to provide personalised access to our site.

  4. Third-party cookies

    When visitors use our site, cookies may be installed by third parties, for example by Google. These cookies are generally used for the purposes described in point 2 above. We do not control the settings of these cookies installed by third parties. Therefore, we suggest that you check the third-party websites for more information on the use of cookies and how to manage them.

  5. Changing cookie settings

    Visitors wishing to remove cookies installed on their browser by our site may delete them. The instructions for removing cookies from computers and electronic devices depend on the operating system and web browser. Withdrawing consent to the use of cookies will adversely affect the functionality and accessibility of our site.

  6. Information we may collect

    We may collect and process the following data about visitors to our website (without prejudice to the rules applicable to processing of personal data):

    • information that visitors communicate to us via our site;
    • if visitors contact us, we may keep a copy of the correspondence or recordings of telephone calls under the circumstances and conditions provided for by law; and
    • details of visits to our site and the information viewed by visitors.

  7. Use of information

    We may use the aforementioned information to:

    • facilitate visitors' interaction with Fluxys Belgium, including ensuring that the content of our site is presented in the most effective and user-friendly way for the visitor;
    • provide the information or products visitors request via our site;
    • alert visitors to changes to our site and ensure the accuracy and relevance of these data.

    We may disclose the personal data collected to our subsidiaries, agents and contractors (including those located outside the European Economic Area (EEA)) for the aforementioned purposes. We may also disclose such data to third parties (including parties outside the EEA).

    As explained above, the processing of their personal data is only allowed as far as it is being done in accordance with the GDPR.


Applicable law and courts having jurisdiction

This legal notice is governed by Belgian law. Any dispute pertaining to this notice shall fall under the jurisdiction of the courts of Brussels.

Tips for using search operators

Use "quotation marks" to search for a series of words or a phrase in a specific order.

Boolean operators

You can find a group of words or a phrase by using the link words AND, OR and NOT:
known as Boolean operators, these words are used to combine terms in the search field.

  • AND: All the search terms must be included in the publication. Typing in Apple AND Pear will return publications containing both the word Apple and the word Pear.

     

  • OR :  At least one of the search terms must be included in the publication. Typing in Apple OR Pear will return publications containing either the word Apple or the word Pear or both.

     

  • NOT: The term preceded by NOT must not be included in the publication. Typing in Apple NOT Pear will return publications containing the word Apple but not the word Pear.