Europe faces significant energy challenges. High energy prices-in part a factor of dwindling indigenous resources and growing import dependency-are damaging economic prospects of the region, particularly at a time when a shale boom has transformed the competitiveness of the region’s main trading partner, the US. Diversifying the portfolio of suppliers, particularly of gas, is seen as vital to the region’s future.
SPEAKERS CONFIRMED TO DATE INCLUDE:
Dick Benschop, President Director, Shell Netherlands and President, Gas Market Development, Shell
Fatih Birol, Chief Economist, International Energy Agency
Sam Laidlaw, CEO, Centrica
Eldar Sætre, EVP Marketing, Processing and Renewable Energy, Statoil
Philippe Sauquet, CEO, TOTAL Gas and Power
Charif Souki, Chief Executive Officer and President, Cheniere Energy
Elisabeth Tørstad, CEO, Oil and Gas, DNV GL
Issues to be addressed include:
Gas Under Threat? Are we Entering a 'New Golden Age of Coal?’
The Future of Gas Powered Generation in Europe
Can Shale Gas Transform Europe’s Energy Landscape?
The Potential of Eastern Mediterranean as a Gas Supplier to Europe
Energy Prices and Europe’s Competitiveness
Gain critical insights into the potential role for shale gas in Europe
Share in the latest thinking on whether Russia’s dominant role in Europe’s gas markets will persist
Hear the views of utility company leaders on the future of gas powered generation in Europe
Learn about the prospects of new gas supplies from the Eastern Mediterranean
Take the opportunity to network with leading figures from across the energy industry.
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Dick Benschop, Fatih Birol, Guy Chazan, Ed Crooks, Sam Laidlaw,Philippe Sauquet