Worth a watch: Customers and business partners discuss energy-related topics on video.
We want to give a face to our customers and partners from the energy and gas industry. We want to pay tribute to them and allow them to speak for themselves. In the campaign ‘together4gas’, our customers and business partners introduce themselves in video clips, telling us where they stand and offering their thoughts and opinions on the subject of natural gas.
With ‘together4gas’, we make the concerns of our customers and business partners visible, so together we take a clear stance on the important issues in the energy industry. The videos also show that gas and gas infrastructure are a good thing for the energy world of tomorrow. We hope you enjoy watching them!
Christina Heß, Head of Press and Public Relations at Zukunft ERDGAS
What makes natural gas so great? What benefits does a gas pipeline network have to offer as an asset? And what impact will the coal and nuclear phase-out have on the future of natural gas? Why do the natural gas pipeline network and hydrogen fit together so well?
The video message by Christina Heß, Head of Press and Public Relations of Zukunft ERDGAS GmbH, based in Berlin, explores these questions. Listen and see for yourself what the outlook for natural gas is like. We'll give you this much: it is good.
Ines Baum, Key Account Manager at EnergieNetz Mitte
The regional energy supplier EAM with its subsidiary EnergieNetz Mitte is a rather special company: Firstly, the longstanding Kassel-based firm is 100-percent publicly owned. What’s more, EAM is pursuing innovative concepts to drive the energy transition and supports municipalities, local authorities, companies and private customers actively with the implementation of energy projects in the region. EnergieNetz Mitte takes care of the network in large parts of Hesse, in the southern part of Lower Saxony, in parts of eastern Westphalia, western Thuringia, and parts of the Altenkirchen district in Rhineland-Palatinate. Key Account Manager Ines Baum talks about some of the issues at EAM.
Siegfried Ferling, Managing Director of Stadtwerke Kempen
What issues and challenges does a complete provider of electricity, gas, district heating and water face in Lower Saxony? We find out in a video featuring Siegfried Ferling, Managing Director of Stadtwerke Kempen GmbH. The company, whose motto is “Unabhängig aus Prinzip”, meaning “independent as a matter of principle”, has been one of OGE’s customers for many years.
Dr Götz Lincke, Managing Director of the PRISMA European Capacity Platform
For many years now, OGE has been working closely with the PRISMA gas trading platform and now also has a stake in the company. In this video, we introduce Dr Götz Lincke, Managing Director of the PRISMA European Capacity Platform, based in Leipzig.
PRISMA operates a European online platform for trade in capacity rights. Through this platform, the interconnection capacity of the networks of 36 European transmission system operators is auctioned off to gas traders. The transmission system operators connected to it are responsible for more than 70 % of the natural gas in Europe. What PRISMA actually constitutes is also explained in the video.
Patrick Braun, Senior Capacity Manager at Uniper Global Commodities
In this video Patrick Braun, Senior Capacity Manager at Uniper Global Commodities (UGC), talks about the firm’s activities. What does UGC do exactly and what form does its longstanding collaboration with OGE take? What perspectives does Uniper see for natural gas in the context of the energy transition? Be sure to take a look!
Jens Nuhn, Head of Dispatching at astora
Jens Nuhn is responsible for dispatching at astora, one of the biggest natural gas storage facility operators in Europe, based in Kassel. In the video, he talks about his day-to-day work at astora and how he hopes to tackle the challenges of the future together with OGE.
Dietrich Hoffmann, Head of Origination, RWE Supply & Trading
In his role as “Head of Origination”, Dietrich Hoffmann from RWE Supply & Trading GmbH talks about the role of natural gas and particularly natural gas trading in Germany and Europe. It’s exciting to hear his take on how things will develop in future, but see and hear for yourself.