successfully completedExpansion of compressor station Werne
Who is Open Grid Europe? What is necessary to ensure safe gas transportation? How large is our network and who controls it? What is a compressor and how does it function? Our film "At the Core of Gas Transmission" gives you a clear idea of our business.
In natural gas transmission, safety begins with our technical systems. In this respect, we differentiate between structural and organisational safety measures.
When constructing a new pipeline, we at Open Grid Europe extensively address the issue of safety - long before the fist natural gas pipe is even laid in the ground.
In natural gas transmission - as with any conventional form of transportation - it is important to know how much can be transported from A to B. Find out exactly how natural gas is transmitted in this informative video.
A new natural gas pipeline is under construction: from Rimpar in the North of Bavaria to Sannerz in Hesse. The pipeline route, with a length of about 67 kilometres, runs mainly through agricultural areas.
Experience a bird’s eye view of the construction of the new Sannerz-Rimpar loop line in Bavaria, where around 67 kilometers of pipeline comprising 3,800 steel pipes cross steep slopes, rivers and railway tracks.
At around 12,000 km, Open Grid Europe operates Germany’s largest high-pressure gas pipeline system. We ensure security of supply for millions of consumers: in an efficient, environmentally friendly and, above all, safe manner.
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We are ready to boldly tread now ground.The future waits for no one!
The energy transition has consequences for all players in the market, and as a result costs have been rising. Individual stakeholders like Open Grid Europe are responding to this development in very different ways. Gas trading and storage, transmission capacities and, not least, costs: our video shows you what links up to what and how Open Grid Europe is attempting to counter the cost explosion resulting from the energy transformation with efficient products and intelligent solutions.
[November 2014]The consequences of the energy transition
The ending of this E-world means the next E-world is coming up for us. Our short film is supposed to give you a taste of what you could see at the upcoming E-world. Convince yourself at the E-world in Essen from 6 - 8 February 2018. You can find our joint NCG stand No. 418 in hall 2. We are looking forward to see you!
[February 2017]E-world 2017
The "Energy Policy Dialogue 2017" hosted by Open Grid Europe was held in the Sanaa building at the Zeche Zollverein colliery. The aim of this format is to contribute to the current energy policy debate and to strengthen the dialogue between politics and business. Our summary of the panel discussion gives you interesting insights into the event on 7 November 2017.
This year’s panellists were:
Moderator: Matthias Killing, SAT. 1
Our video compilation provides an insight into the third Energy Policy DialogueEnergy Policy Dialogue 2016
Once a year Open Grid Europe organises the dialogue event "Energiepolitischer Dialog" ("Energy Policy Dialogue") at its site in Essen. The aim is to make a contribution to the current energy policy debate and to strengthen the dialogue between politics and business. Our compilation gives you a few insights into the event and the dialogue.
On the podium this year were:
Panellists at the 1st Energy Dialogue hosted by Open Grid Europe:
Industrial mechanic, electronics technician or laboratory chemist - all apprenticeships with a future, which have thus far not featured in the top ten professions chosen by girls.