Agenda at a Glance

28th January: LNG Day - Will the LNG Glut Ever Arrive?

Macroeconomic Overview of Gas: Europe’s Growing Dependence on LNG

US LNG in a Changing Global Dynamic

[Panel] One Year On, Are We In a Sellers’ or Buyers’ Market?

Speed networking

Morning Coffee

[Panel] LNG Trading & Contracts: With Increasing Numbers of Spot Trades, How Are Traders Adapting To This New Environment?

[Panel] Creating New LNG Demand and Infrastructure Optimisation: Small-Scale LNG and FSRUs


[Panel] How Will LNG Financing Model Evolve to Cope with More Flexible Contracts?

[Panel] Paving the Way to FID: Identifying the LNG Runners and Riders in 2019
Our runners and riders panel has been designed to support the LNG community in learning about projects across the globe.
It will offer the opportunity to pose questions directly to senior management from leading exporting and importing LNG projects who will share their day-to-day challenges from the beginning to the end of the FID process.

  • Mozambique
  • US
  • Russia
  • Croatia
  • Greece

Afternoon Break

[Roundtables] LNG Forum Roundtables: Addressing the LNG Dilemmas Keeping You up at Night
What is your number 1 issue keeping you up at night? Write it down and stick it on our LNG Board. The top 4 issues will be discussed in separate roundtables headed by an industry expert

Welcome Drinks Reception

29th January: EGC Day 1 - Promoting Dialogue between Europe and its Main Suppliers

[OMV Keynote] Welcome and Keynote Address

[Russia’s GECF Representative Keynote] Welcome and Keynote Address

[Gazprom Keynote] Future of Natural Gas on the European Market: The View from Gazprom

[Regulatory Keynote] Reflecting On the Past and Looking to the Future: Moving on from the Third to the Fourth Energy Package

Morning Coffee

[Panel] Coming On in 2019: The Pipeline Projects Supporting Supply to Europe

  • Nord Stream 2
  • Turk Stream
  • TAP and TANAP

[Panel] Bringing LNG to EGC Day 1: When Will Europe Become A Prime Target for LNG?

[NEW] Taking the Pulse of the European Gas Market
This NEW fully interactive session will see the audience vote in a series of polls addressing today’s key topics!
Our panel of leading experts will then be on hand for quick-fire comments on the results of your views.


[Workshop] Making the Deal: Addressing the Financing and Structuring of Projects
Identifying the financial challenges faced by the gas market. How can these be resolved through innovative contractual design?

Trading & Pricing

Natural Gas Market Pricing and Trends

[Panel] Comparing Central and South Eastern Hubs

[Panel] Trader’s Viewpoint: TSOs, Marketing, Trading and Contract Lengths

Pipelines & Interconnectors

Exploring the Potential of the Baltic Pipe Project

[Panel] Is There Sufficient Infrastructure in Place to Support the European Commission’s Vision of an Integrated Market?

[Panel] Assessing Asset Prices and Financing of Pipeline Projects

Afternoon Coffee

[Panel] How Successful Have Network Codes been for Europe? [Panel] Gas Infrastructure – Expectations / Requirements in particular for CEE and SEE Europe?

Drinks Reception

Gala Dinner

30th January: EGC Day 2 - Defining the Future Role of Gas in the Energy Transition

[Panel] With Groningen Supply Running Down Faster than Expected, What Will Happen with Europe Security and the Future Role of Gas?

BP’s Long-Term Vision for European Gas

Concluding Germany’s Coal Phase-Out Strategy

[Panel] Post-COP24: How Are Leading Gas Stakeholders Adapting to the Growing Trend towards Decarbonisation?

Morning Coffee

Technologies to Put Gas at the Forefront of the Energy Transition

In this stream we will address the various technologies that will help gas remain competitive. This is the perfect time to share insights on the commercial viability of upcoming projects.

Biogas and Transportation


Hydrogen and CCS

Gas to Power

Developing Supplies to Europe

We will explore the new areas of supply in Europe from leading experts on each country/ region.


Black Sea





[Workshop] Future of Gas Post-2030
Closed door workshop on promoting the role of gas in the future energy mix