Coordinator: Viktor Soreg, firstname.lastname@example.org
Countries represented in the panel: Hungary, Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, Switzerland, and United Kingdom.
EFG participated on Resources and Reserves categorization issues with attention to United Nations Framework Classification (UNFC). The mandate of this Expert Group has finished with the UN ECOSOC annual assembly, 21st June 2004 in held out in New York. The first meeting of the Ad-Hoc Expert Group of the Security of Fossil Fuel Supply took place in Geneva in November 2004. The final version of this classification is the United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources.
Contribute to the improvement of the professional communication among NGOs, NOCs, and IOCs by participating in the International Programme of Scientific and Technical Organizations.
Maintain the position of the EFG in the UN expert group of Security of Fossil Fuel Supply.
Re-assess the opportunities, ways and means of enhancing indigenous contribution to the oil and gas supply of member countries of EFG.
EFG assist oil companies in implementing their tasks in the field of demonstrating their social responsibility.
Establishing licensing procedure and system for certified petroleum reserve evaluators initiated by AAPG.
EFG Office sends information about the European legislative process on Energy and Thematic Strategy on the sustainable use of natural resources.