Energy Business Council Membership

The membership of the EBC evolves over time according to priority issues within the IEA work programme, and participation is by invitation only. In order to foster a frank and constructive dialogue, all EBC meetings are conducted under the Chatham House Rule, which states that “participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed”.

The following list includes organisations that have attended at least one EBC meeting to date:

ABB
Acciona
Allianz
Allianz Capital Partners
Allianz SE
Alstom
Anglo American
Areva
Bank of America, Merrill Lynch
BASF
Beijing Energy Club
BMW
Botas
BP
CEEP
CEZ Group
Chevron
Cloon Economics
Delek Drilling
Dow Chemical
E.ON
EDF
Edison
Enel
Energias de Portugal
Eni
Eskom
Essar Group
Eurelectric
Fortum
Gazprom
GDF SUEZ
General Electric Energy
Global CCS Institute
GSE
Hanwha
HSBC
Iberdrola
Independent Cement Producers
ING Bank
Institute for 21st Century Energy - US Chamber of Commerce
International Aluminium Institute
KKR
Lafarge
Lotos Group
Lukoil
Michelin
Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi Corporation
Nippon Steel
Novozymes
Oman Oil Company
OMV
Peabody
Pemex
Petrobras
Petronas
PKN Orlen
POSCO
Reliance Industries
Renault
Repsol
Royal Dutch Shell
RWE
RWE Innogy
Sabic
Schlumberger
Schneider Electric
Sharp
Siemens
Siemens AG
Socar
Solar Electric Light Fund
Statoil
Suncor
Tokyo Electric Power Co
Toshiba
Total
Toyota
Toyota Motor
TransCanada Corporation
Trina Solar
Vallourec
Vattenfall
Vattenfall AB
Vestas
Volkswagen
Westinghouse
Westinghouse Electric Company
World Business Council for Sustainable Development