+ Energy Efficiency Working Group
+ Renewable LPG Advocacy Working Group
+ Energy Taxation Directive Working Group Liquid Gas Europe’s Policy Coordination Group, made up of policy experts from amongst Liquid Gas Europe’s members, comprises working groups on specific legislative dossiers.

The working groups operate together by frequent conference calls and occasional inperson meetings to enhance the understanding of potential impacts of legislation, and ensure our message to the European institutions and national governments is as consistent as possible.
The coordination group is managed from Brussels by the Liquid Gas Europe secretariat.



+ Transport RID/ADR/ADN Working Group
+ Bleve Prevention Working Group
+ Internal inspection of cylinders during periodic requalification Working Group
+ Liquid Gas Europe incidents/accidents Working Group

Liquid Gas Europe’s technical coordination group, managed by Liquid Gas Europe’s technical manager, consists of technical experts from its members. It is responsible for steering Liquid Gas Europe’s technical work. It formulates responses to emerging technical and HSE legislation and it devises strategies for appropriate enforcement of relevant laws at national level and eradication of unsafe and unfair practices. It meets four times a year, with additional ad hoc net meetings, conference calls and additional task force activities organised as needed.
Liquid Gas Europe’s technical manager is shared with the World LPG Association, bringing in synergies between the European LPG sector and the rest of the world.



The Autogas coordination group covers policy and technical issues that are of specific relevance to the use of LPG as transport fuel.

To ensure synergies and optimal use of staff and members expertise, two-way communication channels are established with the other two Coordination Groups for issues that may be of shared interest. This group allows the interested members to participate in discussions such as the long term development of the Autogas infrastructure and how to best implement future fuel requirements, modernising the brand Autogas.