Benelux Green Deal

The European Commission and European Parliament have anounced their ambition to increase emissions reduction levels to reach 50-55% and even 60% by 2030 and carbon-neutrality by 2050 vs. 1990 levels. The Benelux area is expected to play a pivotal role in Europe’s...

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The Case for CCUS in the Benelux

Together with Antwerp@C, Carbon Connect Delta Project, Essenscia and North-C Methanol the Benelux Business Roundtable has sent its position to the Dutch and Flemish Ministers of Finance, ahead of their summit on November 4th 2020 The European Commission has increased...

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BBR reacts to Benelux Joint Declaration of April 2nd

On April 2nd 2019, the Benelux Prime Ministers signed a Joint Declaration in which they address the Benelux priorities and their commitment to work closely together to determine the priorities for the coming EU term. Please follow this link to the Joint Declaration. ...

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BBR Whitepaper on Energy Transition

A regional Benelux collaboration within the common EU framework could be an ideal first step towards the ultimate ambition of a European Energy Union. This regionalization will not be about creating new borders around Benelux, but about strengthening the relationship...

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BBR Statement on Brexit

Within the EU and after retreat of the UK, the Benelux region represents its 4th economic power. Protection of this position is vital for the economic prospects of the three countries. The Benelux is the European region most affected by Brexit. Disruption of trade...

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BBR Executive Chairman Eric ter Hark receives Benelux award

Twice a year, the Benelux Interparliamentary Assembly awards prizes to individuals, institutions or companies that have proven exceptional services to the Benelux on scientific, socio-cultural, economic or sport service level and thereby contributed to the...

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BBR present at Benelux Summit of 8 November 2017

The Chairman of the Benelux Business Roundtable (BBR) was invited by Prime Minister Mark Rutte to attend the Benelux Summit Dinner in The Hague on 8 November 2017 in honour of the presence of Prime Minister of Belgium, Charles Michel and the Prime Minister of...

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Results of the BBR cross-border infrastructure survey

During the plenary sessions of 31 May 2017, BBR members discussed the results of the cross-border infrastructure survey in the presence of policy makers. More than 30 companies have participated in this survey, giving it a solid representativity. Following the...

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Benelux Green Deal

The European Commission and European Parliament have anounced their ambition to increase emissions reduction levels to reach 50-55% and even 60% by 2030 and carbon-neutrality by 2050 vs. 1990 levels. The Benelux area is expected to play a pivotal role in Europe’s...

read more

The Case for CCUS in the Benelux

Together with Antwerp@C, Carbon Connect Delta Project, Essenscia and North-C Methanol the Benelux Business Roundtable has sent its position to the Dutch and Flemish Ministers of Finance, ahead of their summit on November 4th 2020 The European Commission has increased...

read more

BBR reacts to Benelux Joint Declaration of April 2nd

On April 2nd 2019, the Benelux Prime Ministers signed a Joint Declaration in which they address the Benelux priorities and their commitment to work closely together to determine the priorities for the coming EU term. Please follow this link to the Joint Declaration. ...

read more

BBR Whitepaper on Energy Transition

A regional Benelux collaboration within the common EU framework could be an ideal first step towards the ultimate ambition of a European Energy Union. This regionalization will not be about creating new borders around Benelux, but about strengthening the relationship...

read more

BBR Statement on Brexit

Within the EU and after retreat of the UK, the Benelux region represents its 4th economic power. Protection of this position is vital for the economic prospects of the three countries. The Benelux is the European region most affected by Brexit. Disruption of trade...

read more

BBR Executive Chairman Eric ter Hark receives Benelux award

Twice a year, the Benelux Interparliamentary Assembly awards prizes to individuals, institutions or companies that have proven exceptional services to the Benelux on scientific, socio-cultural, economic or sport service level and thereby contributed to the...

read more

BBR present at Benelux Summit of 8 November 2017

The Chairman of the Benelux Business Roundtable (BBR) was invited by Prime Minister Mark Rutte to attend the Benelux Summit Dinner in The Hague on 8 November 2017 in honour of the presence of Prime Minister of Belgium, Charles Michel and the Prime Minister of...

read more

Results of the BBR cross-border infrastructure survey

During the plenary sessions of 31 May 2017, BBR members discussed the results of the cross-border infrastructure survey in the presence of policy makers. More than 30 companies have participated in this survey, giving it a solid representativity. Following the...

read more

Benelux Green Deal

The European Commission and European Parliament have anounced their ambition to increase emissions reduction levels to reach 50-55% and even 60% by 2030 and carbon-neutrality by 2050 vs. 1990 levels. The Benelux area is expected to play a pivotal role in Europe’s...

read more

The Case for CCUS in the Benelux

Together with Antwerp@C, Carbon Connect Delta Project, Essenscia and North-C Methanol the Benelux Business Roundtable has sent its position to the Dutch and Flemish Ministers of Finance, ahead of their summit on November 4th 2020 The European Commission has increased...

read more

BBR reacts to Benelux Joint Declaration of April 2nd

On April 2nd 2019, the Benelux Prime Ministers signed a Joint Declaration in which they address the Benelux priorities and their commitment to work closely together to determine the priorities for the coming EU term. Please follow this link to the Joint Declaration. ...

read more

BBR Whitepaper on Energy Transition

A regional Benelux collaboration within the common EU framework could be an ideal first step towards the ultimate ambition of a European Energy Union. This regionalization will not be about creating new borders around Benelux, but about strengthening the relationship...

read more

BBR Statement on Brexit

Within the EU and after retreat of the UK, the Benelux region represents its 4th economic power. Protection of this position is vital for the economic prospects of the three countries. The Benelux is the European region most affected by Brexit. Disruption of trade...

read more

BBR Executive Chairman Eric ter Hark receives Benelux award

Twice a year, the Benelux Interparliamentary Assembly awards prizes to individuals, institutions or companies that have proven exceptional services to the Benelux on scientific, socio-cultural, economic or sport service level and thereby contributed to the...

read more

BBR present at Benelux Summit of 8 November 2017

The Chairman of the Benelux Business Roundtable (BBR) was invited by Prime Minister Mark Rutte to attend the Benelux Summit Dinner in The Hague on 8 November 2017 in honour of the presence of Prime Minister of Belgium, Charles Michel and the Prime Minister of...

read more

Results of the BBR cross-border infrastructure survey

During the plenary sessions of 31 May 2017, BBR members discussed the results of the cross-border infrastructure survey in the presence of policy makers. More than 30 companies have participated in this survey, giving it a solid representativity. Following the...

read more