Joint Statements

20/12/2021 Joint Statements

Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism – Joint Paper

Energy-intensive industries (EIIs) provide directly around 2.6 million jobs and represent the foundations of critical and strategic value chains that enable the EU economy and society. We support the...

14/07/2021 Joint Statements

Joint statement on the Fit for 55 package

The Renewable & Low-Carbon Liquid Fuels Platform considers the publication of the European Commission’s Fit For 55 package a step in the right direction; however, the proposals do cause some con...

09/07/2021 Joint Statements

Energy Intensive Industries’ recommendations to the EU Emission Trading Scheme reform

Ahead of the publication of the EC Proposal for the EU Emission Trading Scheme reform, expected on 14 July, we would like to present few considerations. We support the objectives of the European Gree...

08/07/2021 Joint Statements

Joint call for action on Fit for 55 package from the Renewable & Low-Carbon Liquid Fuels Platform

The European Commission’s Fit for 55 Package promises a bold new era in the fight against climate change, with proposed regulations to enable a 55% GHG emissions reduction target for 2030 and se...

02/07/2021 Joint Statements

Open Letter on the Future of the Vehicle CO2 Standard

Achieving Climate-Neutrality in Road Transport through the Contribution of Renewable Sustainable Fuels – An urgent comment on the revision of the vehicle CO2 standards Urgency to recognise the co...

28/05/2021 Joint Statements

Joint letter – Call to include a voluntary crediting system for sustainable renewable fuels into the vehicle CO2 regulations

The 223 signing associations, companies and scientists of this letter fully support the EU’s target to be climate-neutral by 2050 and recognise the major role that the transport sector has to pl...

14/05/2021 Joint Statements

The Renewable & Low-Carbon Liquid Fuels Platform, towards Transport Fuels’ Transformation

The major organisations operating in the liquid fuels value chain have joined forces to form the Renewable & Low-Carbon Liquid Fuel Platform. These partners are working together to contribute to t...

03/05/2021 Joint Statements

Key messages on the Targeted Stakeholder Survey (TSS) on the E-PRTR Regulation revision

The E-PRTR gathers and compiles information about the state of pollutant releases and transfers of large industrial sites across Europe and, as such, it is a very useful tool for the public to follow...

09/04/2021 Joint Statements

Joint industry statement on IED and decarbonisation policy options

Joint statement with regard to the climate change related policy options considered in context of the Targeted Stakeholders Survey (TSS) on the revision of the Industrial Emissions Directive* Our a...

08/12/2020 Joint Statements

Reaction from industrial stakeholders on the process the European Commission is following in the DG GROW Advisory Group on Vehicle Emission Standards (AGVES) on Euro 7

The undersigned associations represent the European vehicle manufacturers (ACEA), the suppliers (CLEPA), the fuel industry (FuelsEurope), the natural gas vehicle industry (NGVA) and the international...

05/12/2020 Joint Statements

The industry view on the IV amendment of the European Commission Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive

FuelsEurope and Petrochemicals Europe, representing the EU Refining industry and the Petrochemical sector, essential actors in the chemicals’ supply chain support the Proposal for the fourth amendme...

01/12/2020 Joint Statements

Joint letter on the inclusion of sustainable renewable fuels in the EU mobility legislation

The signatories of this joint letter represent a crucial part of the automotive, fuel, energy industry and civil society in Europe, i.e. a combined force behind the transformation of mobility towards...

25/06/2020 Joint Statements

Clean Hydrogen Letter to VP Timmermans

Reaching climate neutrality by 2050 in the EU will require the right regulatory framework for scaling up clean technologies to reach deeper emission cuts. Clean hydrogen will play a key role in this p...

29/04/2020 Joint Statements

Energy Intensive Industries’ statement on GHG abatement measures

The energy intensive industries remain committed to develop and implement GHG abatement measures that contribute to the achievement of a climate-neutral EU economy. In doing so, they want to ensure fu...

20/04/2020 Joint Statements

Response to the inception impact assessment: “Commission Delegated Regulation on a climate change mitigation and adaptation taxonomy”

FuelsEurope (representing the EU refining sector) and IOGP (the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers) welcome the EU’s efforts to establish a sustainable finance framework that unloc...

28/01/2020 Joint Statements

Heating with liquid fuels – The potential for liquid fuels to contribute to the EU´s energy and climate policy

A life without heating oil is unthinkable for around 20 million households in the EU. These homes are currently using oil to heat their homes and their water, while new liquid fuel replacements are be...

20/01/2020 Joint Statements

Europe’s Industry united for an inspiring future

The critical challenges that Europe faces today call upon EU policymakers and industry to work together more closely than ever before, acting as partners to ensure Europe’s social, environmental and...

26/11/2019 Joint Statements

Industry4Europe’s Joint Paper: ‘A long-term strategy for Europe’s industrial future: from words to action’

European industry is everywhere in our daily life: from the houses we build, the furniture we buy, the clothes we wear, the food we eat, the healthcare we receive, the energy and means of transport we...

18/09/2019 Joint Statements

Joint Statement for an Ambitious Horizon Europe Programme

We, the undersigned 93 European associations representing key European research & innovation stakeholders, hereby urge the EU Institutions to make research, development and innovation(RD&I) a...

24/04/2019 Joint Statements

Industry view for the revision of the benzene OEL

In 2017 the Commission launched the process to revise the current EU-wide occupational exposure limit for benzene (1 ppm). Today the EU Commission is looking at the feasibility of several possible sce...

13/03/2018 Joint Statements

Clean Energy negotiations final stretch: How can the final deal secure Energy Intensive Industries’ competitiveness?

Significant progress has been achieved by co-legislators towards adopting a Clean Energy policy framework for the period towards 2030. During the final stretch towards achieving an agreement, the Alli...

26/09/2017 Joint Statements

Recommendations from the Alliance for a fair ETS ahead of the October trilogue meeting

We, the 17 signatories of this paper, energy-intensive sectors representing about 2 million jobs in the EU and comprising many SME’s, are fully committed in taking our share of responsibilities and...

16/06/2017 Joint Statements

Joint Statement on the methodology to derive suitable BAT-AELs ranges

In principle, the upper end of the range should be set on the basis of the maximum observe demissions of the plants applying generally applicable BAT for the pollutant at stake, while the lower end sh...

27/04/2015 Joint Statements

Strategic choices for ETS post-2020: allow Energy Intensive Industries to be competitive and grow in Europe

The Alliance of Energy Intensive Industries, representing over 30.000 European companies and 4 million jobs, wishes to be an active contributor in the upcoming revision of the EU ETS. This paper conta...

29/10/2014 Joint Statements

Europe’s payment users call for transparent card fees

The European Payment Users Alliance represents businesses and consumers across Europe. Our message for Europe’s politicians: we need an interchange fee regulation, which is transparent and harmonise...

16/10/2014 Joint Statements

Industry proposals for improvement of BAT information exchange

The members of the Industrial EmissionsAlliance welcome the initiative of the EU Commission, the German Ministry for the Environment and the German Environmental Agency to discuss the BAT information...

29/09/2014 Joint Statements

Joint FuelsEurope-ACEA position on the intention of France to introduce B8 diesel

Following the intention of France to introduce B8 diesel on the French market, ACEA, representing the European automobile industry, and FuelsEurope, representing the European petroleum refining indust...

09/07/2014 Joint Statements

We need urgent action on card fees, say Europe’s payment users

The European Payment Users Alliance represents businesses and consumers across Europe. We have a simple message for Europe’s politicians: we need the interchange fee regulation as a matter of urgenc...

01/12/2013 Joint Statements

Joint Industry Statement on the EU Air Policy Review

Industry is deeply concerned by aspects of the upcoming EC proposals in the Air Policy Review, in particular the proposed level of ambition for emission reduction targets (so-called “75% gap closure...

01/10/2013 Joint Statements

The Alliance of Energy Intensive Industries: Carbon leakage protection for EU industry is under threat

The Alliance of Energy Intensive Industries, representing over 30.000 European companies and 4 million jobs, is extremely worried about the instability in the EU regulatory framework for climate actio...

01/11/2012 Joint Statements

Position of the Alliance of Energy Intensive Industries on the Commission proposal to back-load (set-aside) EU ETS allowances

In July, the European Commission issued a proposal to postpone the auctioning of an as yet undefined number of CO2 Allowances until towards the end of the third trading period. The purpose is to ensur...

01/10/2003 Joint Statements

Draft Directive on Environmental Liability – Response to Common Position – Joint proposals from CEFIC, EUROPIA, OGP and UNICE

CEFIC, EUROPIA, OGP, and UNICE represent a major part of the industry concerned by this Directive, comprising industry at large and in particular chemical as well as oil companies. Our proposals follo...

01/09/2003 Joint Statements

EUROPIA/OGP joint Position Paper on the Directive amending the Directive Establishing a Scheme for GHG Emission Allowance Trading within the Community in respect of the Kyoto Protocol’s Project Mechanisms (COM(2003) 0403)

The members of the European Petroleum Industry Association (EUROPIA) and the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (OGP) welcome the linking of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme with the pr...