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  • Pau, to November 30, 2016

    Inauguration of the Adour Artery

    Since 14 December 2015, the new "Adour Artery" gas pipeline project by Transport and Infrastructures Gaz France (TIGF) has been linking Arcangues (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) with Coudures (Landes). One year later, TIGF is honoured to inaugurate the completion of this major project in the presence of all the key players.

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  • Pau, to November 29, 2016

    Training Session

    On 15 November, TIGF held its first Training Session in Paris on major commercial and operational themes.

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  • Pau, to November 22, 2016

    Outlook for the French gas network for Winter 2016 / 2017

    Gas network complementing the electricity network to ensure the country’s energy security

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  • Pau, to November 02, 2016

    10 years development plan

    Please find attached the 10 years development plan for TIGF natural gas transport infrastructure.

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  • Pau, to October 25, 2016

    New! Storage is on Tetra!

    Since 1st of November 2016, Storage data is available on Tetra:

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  • Pau, to October 14, 2016

    Ouverture Enquête publique du 25/10/16 au 29/11/16

    Projet Renforcement Gascogne Midi. Projet de développement d’infrastructures entre la Nouvelle Aquitaine, Occitanie

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  • Pau, to September 27, 2016

    Service quality evaluation report

    TIGF publishes its evaluation report on the results of its service quality for 2015.

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  • Pau, to September 15, 2016

    Public consultation

    Interconnection agreement.
    Interconnection points between France and Spain

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  • Pau, to July 13, 2016

    Nomination of new Chief Executive Officer

    Dominique Mockly appointed CEO of TIGF SA / Monique Delamare appointed President of TIGF SA

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  • Pau, to July 01, 2016

    TGIF launches studies on a gas interconnection on the east Pyrenees between France and Spain

    These studies (conceptual and engineering study project / FEED Front End Engineering Design) are designed to assess the interest of a new interconnection with Spain. This infrastructure development project is expected to enhance the gas service of the Languedoc-Roussillon and Midi-Pyrénées regions and meet the energy policy of Europe.

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  • Pau, to May 13, 2016

    Opening of the first Biomethane injector

    TIGF, France's second largest Natural Gas Transmission and Storage entity, teamed up with Fonroche Biogaz to open the first Biomethane injector in the southwestern town of Villeneuve-sur-Lot (Lot-et-Garonne).

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  • Pau, to April 29, 2016

    2015 Renewable Gas Overview

    On the way to 10% renewable gas by 2030

    In 2015, renewable gas became a reality, with 17 injection sites. Today, the Renewable Energy Union (Syndicat des énergies revouvelables, or SER) and gas network managers - GRDF, GRTgas, SPEGNN, and TIGF - published the first Renewable Gas Overview.

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  • Pau, to April 04, 2016

    Shippers Meeting 2016

    On 18 March, TIGF welcomed its customers to its annual Shippers Meeting held, as every year, at the Palais Beaumont in Pau.

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  • Pau, to April 01, 2016

    TRS, 1 year after

    During AFG (Association Française du Gaz) Conference « Gas market assessment and prospects » on March 24th, a round-table conference entitled « La Trading Region South (TRS) : towards further market integration » gathered Olivier Aubert (Directeur de l’Offre by GRTgaz,), Dominique Jamme (Directeur des réseaux by CRE) et Jean-Loup Minebois (Directeur Développement et Commerce by TIGF). Operators and regulor got to point out the TRS success story and to go further in the national market integration towards 2018 by extending the Trading Region model to the merger of GRTgaz North and South zones.

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  • Pau, to March 08, 2016

    TIGF presentation movie

    Discover whom we are through our presentation movie

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