The state of the European and UK Gas market is a story of two halves. Can the UK cope with the current pressures brought about with the winter summer spread and how we can become more flexible to meet the strains? Also, developments in Eastern Europe are a continued concern to the security of supply and with Gazprom securing nearly all of Germany’s gas storage capacity what is in store for the future of Europe’s gas storage and transmissions industry?

These are just some of the questions and discussions that will be had at SMi’s 9th annual Gas Storage and Transmission Conference taking place on 17-18 June in London, UK.

This conference will provide its delegates with an information packed agenda with representatives from across the industry giving a comprehensive overview of the market, looking at the current state of the European Gas market and security of supply, gas transmission and how gas storage will contribute to future demand, new commission regulations, the flexibility of the UK market, south stream and more.

Benefits of attending:

This two day conference will provide delegates with the perfect opportunity to gain an overview of the industry in Europe and the UK as well as create a common voice for future progression:

• Discuss the current state of the European Market and security of supply

• Deliberate the continued concerns in Eastern Europe

• Understand the new EU regulations and new network codes

• Hear the latest developments for European and UK gas storage operators

• Create a common platform for the industry to reform and move forward together

• Scrutinise gas transmission systems and how they can support the European markets

Key Speakers Include:

Alan McFadden, Head of Gas Storage – Commercial, SSE

Andrew Stacy, Director, Stag Energy

Geoffroy Hureau, General Secretary, CEDIGAZ

Craig Dyke, Gas Network Development, National Grid Plc

Mike Madden, Managing Director,