Beyond COP-21 : Rethinking European Gas within the Global Energy Mix

The 2016 edition of the 31st European Autumn Gas Conference | EAGC was held in November at the World Forum in The Hague, Netherlands, a country renowned for its long tradition and innovation in natural gas production, trading and imports. The state-of-the-art Port of Rotterdam lies nearby with its world-class GATE Terminal facility and many key Dutch players participated from Shell, GasTerra, Gasunie and EBN as well as the international gas community such as Cheniere, BP, Total and ExxonMobil that EAGC attracts year after year. Allied to presentations and debates from senior-level executives were key networking opportunities for all attendees – and our thanks especially to the Louwman Museum who hosted our EAGC 2016 Gala Reception and their stunning collection of beautiful classic cars.

The EAGC would like to thank our Executive Advisory Board as well as all delegates, sponsors and partners in helping to create another successful event for the European natural gas industry. We are proud to have partnered with the City of The Hague in addition to collaborating with a number of key European and International industry stakeholders including: Energy Ministries, E&Ps, Integrated O&G Companies, Utilities, Power Companies, Gas Infrastructure Developers, Natural Gas Procurement Conglomerates, LNG Buyers, Trading Houses, Banks and Industrial Consumers. Critical topics included secure supply diversification, post COP-21 opportunities and the unequivocal need for natural gas advocacy as a solution to reduce carbon emissions and promote energy sustainability as coal is gradually phased out of the energy matrix.

To learn more about how your organisation can participate please contact EAGC Conference Director, William Robson on +44 203 772 6090 or email him at