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European Autumn Gas Conference 2014
London, United Kingdom - 28th - 30th October 2014
Conference / congress

The European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC) 2014 will attract business leaders operating within the Europe gas supply chain who are looking to adapt and overcome the commercial, geopolitical and macro-environmental challenges of working in the region. These include government officials, regulators, upstream and midstream companies, utilities, traders and originators, investors and large industrial energy users.
Specialists in Gas, Natural Gas, LNG, Origination, Trading, Gas Supply, Gas Marketing, Gas Procurement, Business Development will hear from confirmed speaking companies including Wood Mackenzie, BP, Petronas Trading, RWE Supply and Trading, BG Group and Centrica Energy

28th - 30th October 2014

09:00 to 18:00 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time; Dublin, Lisbon, London

Grange St Paul's Hotel

Programme Highlights include: - Global Market Outlook: Has the Context of European Security of Supply Totally Changed? - Supplier Strategies: What are the Choices for Europe, and where will Supply Come From? - Trading, Finance & Investment in Gas: Is There Anything Left in Europe – or Shall We All Just Move to Asia…? - Focus on LNG: All Eyes on LNG: Will Europe Remain a Key Global LNG Market? - Demand-Side Innovation: The Changing Face of Gas Use in Europe

Standard Rate £2799 Per Delegate

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