Our shareholders

Fluxys (50.65%)

Fluxys is a Belgium-based, fully independent gas infrastructure group. The company is a major gas transit operator and its offering combines gas transmission, gas storage and terminalling of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Present across Europe, the group seeks to foster the integration of the European gas market through the development of a cross-border infrastructure backbone linking gas sources to markets, bridging the markets and gas trading places, and providing security of supply. The company focuses on safe, efficient and sustainable operations, quality services in line with market expectations and creating long-term value for its shareholders.

Besides its assets in Belgium and shareholding in FluxSwiss, Fluxys’ partnerships include ownership in an LNG bunkering ship with home port Zeebrugge (under construction), the Interconnector and BBL pipelines linking the UK with mainland Europe, the Dunkirk LNG terminal in France, the NEL and TENP pipelines in Germany, the Swedegas transmission and storage infrastructure in Sweden and the TAP pipeline under construction from Turkey to Italy to bring gas coming from Azerbaijan and potentially other sources to Europe. 

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Swiss Gas Invest (7.89%)

Swiss Gas Invest, which was created on 17 June 2016 with registered seat in Vevey (Switzerland), is a company dedicated to the acquisition, detention, administration and alienation of participations in any companies active in the field of natural gas. The shareholders of Swiss Gas Invest are Holdigaz (52.64%), Erdgas Ostschweiz (15.79%), Gaznat (15.79%), Swissgas (5.26%), Gas & Com (5.26%) and Groupe E (5.26%). Share capital amounts to CHF 3,800,000.-, divided into 38,000 registered shares of CHF 100.- each, paid up in full.


Credit Suisse (36.56 %)

Credit Suisse Energy Infrastructure Partners (CSEIP) is an investment manager specializing in energy sector investments, domiciled in Switzerland. Through the combination of sector-specific knowledge, an extensive industry network and core competence in asset management, CSEIP is ideally positioned to successfully implement appropriate investments, taking into account sector-specific, regulatory, and political requirements. To this end, the geographical proximity to the investments, the sector focus, and the familiarity with local conditions are invaluable advantages.

> To the CSEIP website

Swissgas (4.9 %)

Swissgas, which was founded on 7 April 1971 as a private limited company, is a joint procurement and transport platform for four regional shareholders (regional companies) and provides its services in their behalf. The Association of the Swiss Natural Gas Industry (Verband der Schweizerischen Gasindustrie – VSG) is also a shareholder.

The purpose of the company – in collaboration with the regional companies – is to procure and supply all forms of natural gas in Switzerland and to protect related interests both nationally and abroad.

The company’s highest priority is to guarantee continuously competitive procurement conditions and the security of supply. Swissgas procures a total of approx. 20 TWh of natural gas per year either at short notice on spot markets or through imports regulated by long-terms contracts. Swissgas also has its own network of natural gas pipelines with a total length of 260 km as well as transport agreements with foreign companies for gas transport up to the Swiss border. 

> To the Swissgas website

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