What makes the European Gas Conference different

Competitors European Gas Conference
General second-hand observations on the decrease in supply from Groningen We will have Wim van ‘t Hof, Head of Gas Market Unit, Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy speaking with the latest data and information on the state of Groningen
A heavy focus on Western Europe In-depth focus on CEE and SEE gas markets and how they will interact with the rest of Europe including updates on the Southern Corridor, Mediterranean, Ukraine, Turkey, and the Black Sea.
Little focus on the future role of gas in the energy mix We will have a dedicated day to gas in the energy transition with leading figures from across the gas community exploring technologies, strategies and projects. Hear from the likes of Equinor, GRTgaz, BP, Hydrogen Europe and European Commission on where they see gas’ future.
Include general Russia-observation sessions in their agenda We boast the largest number of Gazprom delegates than any other event in the region and their senior management including Victor Zubkov and Alexander Medvedev will be presenting their strategy for the year ahead.
All competitor events take place in the middle or end of the year EGC will be the first major gas conference to take place in 2019 making it your first point of call for networking, insight and analysis on the recent 2018 winter months.
Focus on one IOC’s gas strategy We will be welcoming not 1 but 6 industry leading companies to present their thoughts and strategy including OMV, Gazprom, BP, Total, Equinor and ENI.
Repetitive discussion on LNG projects without any game-changing insight We have developed our LNG day to be a leading event on its own with senior representatives from Anadarko, Tellurian, Cheniere and Novatek discussing their various projects.
Regulatory observations from non-European Commission participants EGC will be the first commercial event where the European Commission will present the highlights of the highly anticipated study that is expected to have significant effects on the Europe’s regulatory framework.
Minimal focus on the financing and legal structuring of projects We will have dedicated panels and workshops on the financing of LNG and pipeline projects with expertise coming from leading law firms and financiers including Société Générale and Blackrock.