What to expect from 2015?
• The future for the European Gas Market
European prompt gas prices are at their lowest level for over four years, a weakened oil price has brought gas prices crashing down and side effects must ensue. But what are they and what can we do to overcome and protect ourselves for the future?.
• Russia vs Ukraine…this isn’t a quick fix
The Russia/Ukraine conflict overshadows Europe. The Ukraine has enough connections to keep supplies coming in, but each country that assists risk backlash from Russia and could turn off their taps. This bring with it increasing need for a more diverse supply and interconnected market.
• The regulatory landscape
The changing regulatory landscape has raised many questions; How can we developing a flexible network to ensure supply? How to reposition gas in a more renewables focused energy mix? What lies ahead for 2030 and is there a need to simplify regulations?
• More networking opportunities
Platts understand the need for effective and valuable networking time, and this event will be no exception. Built into each day are a number of dedicated social functions designed to stimulate participant interaction including an evening drinks reception on day one.
• Leading European utilities/gas exploration and providers, including TSOs
• Oil & Gas majors
• Heads, Directors, VPs of:
• Gas Supply, Capacity and Operations
• Gas Trading, Sales and Business Development
• Gas Purchasing, Procurement and Transit
• Government and Regulators, Trade Associations
• Financiers, Investors, Consultants, Law Firms