Connecting European Gas Markets With New Global Opportunities
European Commission, United Nations, World Trade Organization and Geneva State Government all confirmed to deliver keynote Addresses.
With key fundamental shifts taking place within the global energy space such as the current oil price slump and first US LNG exports coming online within months, can Europe benefit from a surge in liquidity, investment and M&A activity? This year’s themes will be looking to join these influencing scenarios which will look to a much brighter future for gas in Europe by assessing the drivers and challenges in connecting European gas markets with new global opportunities.
We are proud to be partnering with the State of Geneva Government 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 Geneva in November to join us in celebrating 30 years of contribution to the energy industry!
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