A Group committed to a sustainable energy system and a cleaner world
Since our company was founded in 1929, we have been pursuing a deeply rooted purpose: providing people, businesses and society with energy. We bring energy where it is needed.
With nearly a century of experience in gas transmission and transport, we are now in the process of building a multi-molecule hub for a carbon-neutral future.
What we do and why
We are committed to continue building a cleaner energy future for generations to come. People, industry and societies all need energy to thrive and progress. We meet that need. With our infrastructure we put energy in motion – in Europe and Latin America.
We transport natural gas and we are ready to transport hydrogen, biomethane and any other low-carbon energy carriers, as well as CO2, all in an ongoing effort to support carbon capture, reuse and storage.
Accelerating the energy transition
We want to be the key infrastructure partner for accelerating the transition from fossil to renewable. We are building the necessary infrastructure with passion, plenty of ambition and an open mind for what the future will bring.
Wherever possible we will repurpose the infrastructure currently carrying natural gas so that it can transport hydrogen (H2) and CO2. To that end, we rely on pioneering research carried out in collaboration with universities and research institutes. And where necessary, we build new connections – including with neighbouring countries – and lay new pipelines.
Where we operate
24,000 km of gas pipelines in operation
380 TWh/year of LNG regasification capacity, with terminals in Belgium, France, Greece and Chile
7,610 GWh of underground gas-storage capacity in Belgium
Our infrastructure: critical for the energy transition
The energy transition is at the very heart of our strategy. Our company and our infrastructure both facilitate and accelerate the transition to the energy mix of the future, comprising low-carbon molecules such as hydrogen and renewable energy from wind and solar. The capture, reuse and storage of CO₂ are among the solutions needed to achieve the goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Hydrogen and CO2 backbone for Belgium
Fluxys: facts and figures
We also like to express our ambition in figures: