Enagás S.A.

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Lobbying Costs

200,000€ - 299,999€

Financial year: Jan 2022 - Dec 2022

Lobbyists (Full time equivalent)

0.95 Fte (4)

Lobbyists with EP accreditation


High-level Commission meetings


Lobbying Costs over the years

  • Info

    Enagás S.A.

    EU Transparency Register

    905001612275-82 First registered on 15 Nov 2013

    Goals / Remit

    With 50 years’ experience, Enagás is an international leader in the development, operation and maintenance of energy infrastructures. It carries out its activities in seven countries. Enagás is certified as an independent TSO by the European Union and, moreover, it is the Technical Manager of the System in Spain.

    Enagás has around +12,000 Km of high-pressure gas pipelines, three underground storage facilities and four liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification plants. It also owns 50% and 72.5% respectively of two additional Spanish regasification terminals.

    Enagás is deeply committed with the energy transition. It boosts and develops national and international projects to contribute to the decarbonisation process, such as renewable gases (hydrogen and biomethane), energy efficiency, gas in maritime transport, etc. Enagas is leader in ESG.

    Main EU files targeted

    In general Enagás targets any EU Regulatory and Policy Development having a direct or indirect impact on the gas transmission, storage and LNG business as well as on the Spanish and EU gas industry. Enagás also targets EU proposals related to the development of renewable and low carbon gases (hydrogen and biomethane) and to the use of gas(es) in the transport sector.

    Among others, the main EU developments of interest for Enagás are those covered by the following topics:

    - EU Green Deal
    - Fit for 55 Package
    - Security of Gas Supply
    - Smart Energy System Integration and its implementation
    - EU Hydrogen Strategy and its implementation
    - Gas Market Design
    - Decarbonisation of the Gas Market
    - New Regulatory Framework for Hydrogen Market and Hydrogen Infrastructure
    - Transportation and Storage of Hydrogen. Retrofitting (hydrogen blending) and repurposing of existing gas infrastructure into dedicated hydrogen infrastructure
    - TEN-E regulation and Projects of Common Interest (PCIs)
    - EU Recovery and Resilience Plan
    - Progress on Internal Gas Market implementation, including Network Codes developments
    - ACER developments
    - REMIT
    - External dimension of the EU Energy Policy
    - EU Climate Policies, including the ETS Reform
    - EU LNG regulatory framework
    - EU gas storage regulatory framework
    - Madrid Regulatory Forum for Gas
    - Copenhagen Energy Infrastructure Forum
    - European Hydrogen Forum
    - European Clean Hydrogen Alliance
    - Gas(es) infrastructure for mobility - road and maritime transport (e.g. Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation)
    - CO2 standards for light and heavy vehicles
    - Decarbonisation of the Maritime Transport (e.g FuelEU Maritime)
    - Renewable gases, including biomethane and hydrogen
    - Gas Quality
    - CEF Funds / INEA developments
    - Research and Innovation Funding (including CH JU, ETS Innovation Fund, etc.)
    - Environmental emissions regulations
    - Methane Emissions (leaks) from the gas system
    - Hydrogen IPCEIs
    - Energy Efficiency Directive
    - Energy Taxation Directive
    - Renewable Energy Directive
    - Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
    - Gas/Electricity Market Interventions
    - External Energy Policy
    - EU sanctions
    - CCUS Strategy / CO2 transport
    - etc.


    Head Office
    Paseo de los Olmos, 19
    Madrid 28005
    EU Office
    European District


  • People

    Total lobbyists declared


    Employment timeLobbyists

    Lobbyists (Full time equivalent)


    Lobbyists with EP accreditation

    All Lobbyists with EP accreditation over time

    4 accreditations were / are live (in bold) for the selected state of 04 Mar 2024

    Name Start date End Date
    Mr Luis Parada 04 Oct 2023 03 Oct 2024
    Ms Natalia LATORRE 03 Oct 2023 02 Oct 2024
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 03 Oct 2023 02 Oct 2024
    Mr Abel Enriquez 03 Oct 2023 02 Oct 2024
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 08 Oct 2022 03 Oct 2023
    Ms Natalia LATORRE 07 Oct 2022 03 Oct 2023
    Mr Luis Parada 07 Oct 2022 04 Oct 2023
    Mr Abel Enriquez 07 Oct 2022 03 Oct 2023
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 21 Oct 2021 08 Oct 2022
    Mr Luis Parada 20 Oct 2021 07 Oct 2022
    Mr Abel Enriquez 20 Oct 2021 07 Oct 2022
    Mr Abel Enriquez 28 Apr 2020 28 Apr 2021
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 28 Apr 2020 28 Apr 2021
    Mr Luis Parada 28 Apr 2020 28 Apr 2021
    Mr Abel Enriquez 27 Mar 2019 27 Mar 2020
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 27 Mar 2019 27 Mar 2020
    Mr Luis Parada 27 Mar 2019 27 Mar 2020
    Mr Abel Enriquez 07 Apr 2018 27 Mar 2019
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 07 Apr 2018 27 Mar 2019
    Mr Luis Parada 07 Apr 2018 27 Mar 2019
    Mr Abel Enriquez 28 Mar 2017 25 Mar 2018
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 28 Mar 2017 25 Mar 2018
    Mr Luis Parada 28 Mar 2017 25 Mar 2018
    Mr Abel Enriquez 30 Mar 2016 24 Mar 2017
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 30 Mar 2016 24 Mar 2017
    Mr Abel Enriquez 09 Apr 2015 30 Mar 2016
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 09 Apr 2015 30 Mar 2016
    Mr Abel Enriquez 29 Jan 2014 29 Jan 2015
    Mr Francisco De la Flor 29 Jan 2014 29 Jan 2015

    Complementary Information

    Enagás has one permanent representative in Brussels. Other Enagás representatives, based in Madrid, travel to Brussels with regular periodicity.

    Person in charge of EU relations

    Data not provided by Register Secretariat due to GDPR

    Person with legal responsibility

    Data not provided by Register Secretariat due to GDPR

  • Categories


    Companies & groups

  • Networking


    • Gas Infrastructure Europe (www.gie.eu)
    • European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas (www.entsog.eu)
    • EASEE-gas (www.easee-gas.eu)
    • GIIGNL (www.giignl.org)
    • Marcogaz (www.marcogaz.org)
    • Gas for Climate (www.gasforclimate2050.eu)
    • European Hydrogen Backbone – EHB (www.ehb.eu)
    • GERG (www.gerg.eu)
    • Hydrogen Europe (www.hydrogeneurope.eu)
    • ERGaR (www.ergar.eu)
    • UfM Gas Platform (https://ufmsecretariat.org/)
    • IGU (www.igu.org)
    • SIGTTO (www.sigtto.org)
    • FSR - EUI (http://fsr.eui.eu/)
    • SEDIGAS (www.sedigas.es)
    • CEOE (www.ceoe.es)
    • Cámara de Comercio de España (www.camara.es)
    • Foment del Treball (www.foment.com)

    Member organisations

    None declared

  • Financial Data

    Interests represented

    Promotes their own interests or the collective interests of their members

    Closed financial year

    Jan 2022 - Dec 2022

    Lobbying costs for closed financial year

    200,000€ - 299,999€

    Major contributions in closed year

    None declared

    Intermediaries for closed year

    None declared

    Intermediaries for current year

    None declared

    Closed year Costs

    200,000€ - 299,999€

    Other financial info


  • EU Structures

    Groups (European Commission)


    Groups (European Parliament)


    Communication activities

    Enagás might co-sign, with other co-signatories, different open letters or manifestos promoted by third parties and aimed to be sent to EU institutions' representatives.

    Other activities

    In order to contribute to the EU initiatives/policies, Enagás participates in EU public consultations and events, and get in contact with members of the EU institutions (Parliament, Commission, etc.)

    Enagás also contributes and participates in activities which are under the scope of the Transparency Register through the different EU gas associations and initiatives where Enagas is a member (e.g. GIE, ENTSOG, Marcogaz, NGVA, GasNaturally, Hydrogen Europe, etc.)

    Enagás has set up his permanent representation in Brussels since October 2013.

  • Meetings


    29 meetings found. Download meetings

    The list below only covers meetings held since November 2014 with commissioners, their cabinet members or directors-general at the European Commission; other lobby meetings with lower-level staff may have taken place, but the European Commission doesn't proactively publish information about these meetings. For more information about which commissioner is responsible for which portfolio, check out this link: https://commissioners.ec.europa.eu/index_en All information below comes from European Commission web pages.

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