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International Gas Union

The global gas portal. 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 Oslo, Norway. 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.

International Energy Agency

The IEA is an autonomous organisation which works to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for its 29 member countries and beyond. The IEA has four main areas of focus: energy security, economic development, environmental awareness and engagement worldwide.

International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers

GIIGNL is a non-profit organization whose objective is to promote the development of activities related to LNG: purchasing, importing, processing, transportation, handling, re-gasification and its various uses.The Group constitutes a forum for exchange of information and experience among its 76 members to enhance safety, reliability and efficiency of LNG imports activities and the operation of LNG imports terminals.

Society of International Gas Tanker & Terminal Operators

SIGTTO was formed as an international organisation through which all industry participants might share experiences, address common problems and derive agreed criteria for best practices and acceptable standards. To this end the Society publishes studies, and produces information papers and works of reference, for the guidance of industry members.

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The Pipeline Research Council International

The PRCI is the preeminent global collaborative research development organization of, by, and for the energy pipeline industry. PRCI is a community of the world’s leading pipeline companies, and the vendors, service providers, equipment manufacturers, and other organizations supporting our industry.

Pipeline Industries Guild

IThe Guild was formed in 1957. Since then, it has evolved to be the only association world-wide to cater directly for the needs of the pipeline industry, regardless of engineering discipline, application, or qualification. The Guild's membership comprises those with interests in pipelines world-wide, transporting hydrocarbon products, chemicals, water, wastewater, and many other substances, both on and offshore.

NGV Global News

NGV Global News is the newsletter of NGV Global (the International Association for Natural Gas Vehicles). Its is the portal through which subscribers can access the achievements and plans, events and reports, highlights and challenges of the Natural Gas for Transportation industry from around the world. NGV Global News is the industry’s premier newsletter for all natural gas for transportation stakeholders.

U.S. Energy Information Administration

The EIA collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment. EIA provides a wide range of information and data products covering energy production, stocks, demand, imports, exports, and prices; and prepares analyses and special reports on these topics.

Energy & Utilities Alliance

Founded in 1905, the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) is a not-for-profit trade association that provides a leading industry voice to help shape the future policy direction within the energy sector. Using its wealth of expertise and over 100 years of experience, it acts to further the best interests of its members and the wider community in working towards a sustainable, energy secure and energy efficient future.


Power Africa

Power Africa is an initiative to connect the African population to the electricity grid, and provide access to those who live beyond it. Power Africa includes the collective resources of the US Government, the World Bank, the African Development Bank, the Government of Sweden, the European Union, the African Union, the United Nation’s Sustainable Energy for All, and more than 100 private companies.

African Energy

Established in 1989, Cross-border Information (CbI) has striven to become a reliable and trustworthy provider of information and intelligence on Africa and the Middle East. Today, we provide clients with information, insight and analysis through our business intelligence services – due diligence, political risk analysis, market entry studies and consultancy – as well as through our specialist African Energy Consultancy and our online news.