Since May 2021 Mrs. Ewa Abramiuk-Lété has been started as the new General Manager of the leading European LPG industry trade association (Liquid Gas Europe).
Esther Busscher, Liquid Gas Europe President, said the new General Manager highlights the benefits of propane-butane to the environment.
Originally from Poland, Ewa Abramiuk-Lété has been active in the EU Brussels energy arena since 2007. Over the years, she has specialised in gaseous and sustainable fuels and been a strong supporter of Europe’s rural communities. Seamlessly integrating advocacy and communications, Ewa is determined for Liquid Gas Europe to structurally engage with broader energy and societal stakeholders – together ensuring that a just energy transition is accessible, attainable, and affordable to all, whether on or off-the grid.
“I am delighted to join Liquid Gas Europe, the voice of the European LPG industry, during such a transitional time for the energy sector and European mobility. As the EU has set the ambitious goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2050, it is critical that all low-emission and renewable energy solutions are leveraged in achieving this important objective. LPG, and bioLPG, bring excellent environmental credentials in terms of decarbonisation and air quality,” Ewa Abramiuk-Lété reiterates.
Inspired by the recently launched Liquid Gas Europe study ‘BioLPG: A Renewable Pathway Towards 2050’, she reflects: “There are different pathways for the LPG industry towards carbon-neutrality by 2050. With the right policy framework in place, we are confident that the projected demand for LPG in 2050 can be met with renewable LPG. And as our 2050 Vision shows, our industry is committed to the Green Deal objectives, and I am honoured and motivated to lead the European LPG industry through this important transition.”
Source: Liquid Gas Europe