2016 Executive Advisory Board
Beyond COP-21 : Rethinking European Gas within the Global Energy Mix
As Europe becomes an ever-more globally interconnected energy region; continually opening up cross border gas trading markets and remaining at the forefront of both commercial and technological innovation, the European Autumn Gas Conference | EAGC is delighted to have selected The Hague, Netherlands – a city and nation that embodies all these elements – as Host City for its 31st edition in 2016.
Entering its fourth decade EAGC will continue to explore micro commercial, strategic and political influences which are driving the EU Natural Gas and LNG agenda, such as the critical drivers for supply diversification and the immediate term security of demand opportunities.
In addition to navigating the challenges and opportunities resulting from macro global impacts including new global sources and what this means for traditional suppliers and domestic sources.
We are proud to be partnering 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.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Hague in November 2016 to join us at one of the world’s longest-established energy conferences!
To learn more about how your organisation can participate please contact EAGC Director, Damian Howard on +44 (0)20 3772 6038 or email him at email@example.com