A major player in the energy sector, Teréga – France’s second-largest gas transportation and storage company – will participate in events organised at the G7 summit to be held in Biarritz on 24-26 August.
Dominique Mockly, Chairman and Managing Director of Teréga, will share his vision of some key energy issues at the pitch session organised by the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region and which will take place on Sunday 25 August from 2pm to 5pm at the G7 summit in Biarritz.
By hosting the summit, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region aims at promoting the area and the initiatives undertaken to seek solutions to fight inequalities – the key theme of the G7 summit. In a dedicated space, the Region will showcase its local expertise, cuisine and wealth of tourist attractions, but will also share its thoughts on the fight against inequality generated by global warming. This space will host various meetings and pitches.
The event will bring together around 25 foreign delegations comprising nearly 3,000 people, who will discuss some of the major international issues and the priorities set by the President of the French Republic:
Fighting inequality of opportunity to give everyone a chance, regardless of their gender and origin;
Fighting inequality linked to environmental degradation;
Security and counter-terrorism;
Fighting inequality through digital development and artificial intelligence;
Combating inequality through a renewed partnership with Africa.
A company rooted in the greater South-West region of France for over 70 years, Teréga deploys its exceptional expertise for the benefit of the region in the development and operation of gas transportation and storage infrastructures. Teréga employs around 600 people and generated a turnover of €476m in 2018.
Now recognised as a national player in the energy sector, Teréga occupies a key strategic position in the development of a European energy network, and thus promotes the place of gas in the energy mix of tomorrow.