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  • NGVA Europe is the only European stakeholder for natural gas and renewable methane used as motor fuels in transport, covering all type of vehicles and transport modes.With offices in Madrid and Brussels, we currently represents more than 160 members from all over Europe. Our mission is to act and pr...

  • The UKs leading renewable energy trade association, specialising in wind, wave and tidal stream energy industries. RenewableUK develops these sectors, by protecting member interests and promoting their industries to Government, business and media. Members include independent companies to large inte...

  • The REA was established in 2001 , as a not-for-profit trade association, representing British renewable energy producers and promoting the use of renewable energy in the UK. The REA endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewables to deliver an increasing contribution to the UK's ...

  • Subsea UK is a privately company created by the industry for the industry. We champion all things subsea by hosting events to bring our members together for networking and business opportunities; we lobby government to increase awareness and publicise members activities via newsletters and the webs...

  • ESTA is a national focus for energy management in the UK, representing over 100 suppliers of products, systems and services able to identify and reduce demand side energy consumption and carbon emissions in all sectors of the economy.

  • Comprises oil and gas companies which are operators of licences on the UK Continental Shelf. Produces occasional reports on future prospects for exploration and production in the UK.formerly known as UK Offshore Operators Association (UKOOA)

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