Dear Secretariat General of the European Commission,
Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
All documentation, including but not limited to attendance lists, agendas, background papers, minutes/notes and email correspondence about or summarising, the following meetings:
1. Timmermans and World Economic Forum(WEF) regarding Exchange on the European Green Deal and the Green recovery on 26/05/20
2. Timmermans and International Association of Oil & Gas Producers(IOGP) regarding Clean energy investments and sustainable finance; solutions for transport decarbonisation; power generation and heating; hydrogen and CCS on 05/06/20
3. Dombrovskis Cabinet and ArcelorMittal(AM) regarding COVID-19 impact on steel sector-Clean steel technologies-Europe’s recovery plan and timeline for its adoption -ArcelorMittal roadmap to achieving CO2 reduction goals (minus 30% by 2030)-Safeguard measures -Carbon border adjustment tax on 10/06/20
4. Timmermans Cabinet and CEMEX; S.A.B. de C.V.(CEMEX) Aldersgate Group Aviva Investors regarding European Green Deal and recovery on 11/06/20
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