The European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC) is the only energy leaders conference that moves to a different European city every year, guaranteeing fresh content, discussion and participants with each new location. With the Energiewende, few places in the world possess as divisive an energy policy as Germany.

By providing European market insight and expertise in the context of the host country, the 2018 edition is the chance for the European energy value chain to capitalise on unique knowledge, access and networking that you can only find at EAGC.

Germany is leading the way in achieving the ambitious goals set out in the Paris accord. It has set itself very strict goals around energy efficiency, price competitiveness and citizen prosperity; marking out Germany as the centre of the energy debate.

Renewables, gas and coal form a triangle of competition and cooperation across Europe.

Against this backdrop, Berlin, the heart of German politics, is the obvious place to hold the 33rd Annual European Autumn Gas Conference.


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I can only recommend attending the EAGC conference. Besides a sophisticated event program with outstanding and internationally recognized speakers, the Milan 2017 edition provided numerous networking opportunities with top-level industry experts. Natural gas is competing in a complex and rapidly changing environment, hence I enjoyed the conference framework oriented towards asking and discussing current and challenging questions.
Dr Timm Kehler
Chairman, Zukunft ERDGAS
This years’ EAGC draws together an excellent range of business leaders, policy makers and experts in a provocative program that should to provide insights on how they are navigating, and shaping, the layers of change facing Europe’s gas markets. Holding the conference in Milan provides a relevant vantage point to consider complexity of these changes.
Elena Burmistrova
Director General, Gazprom Export
The world, and Europe in particular, is moving towards a low-carbon sustainable energy future. BP predicts that renewables will account for 40% of EU power generation by 2035. This state of transition presents a great opportunity for ingenuity and exploration into new markets and offerings for the incumbent gas industry
Anton Buijs
Chief Communications Officer, GasTerra
Thank you for inviting me to speak at the EAGC conference this year. My sincere congratulation for the excellent work, I believe you did a great job in organising this conference. I look forward to working with you again
Rosario Bisbiglia
Head of Short Term Gas Portfolio Management & Logistics, Edison
Good event, good speakers, very good organisation
Mariarosa Baroni
President, NGV Systems Italia
The European Autumn Gas conference has been a great experience. The forward-looking focus and high-level interventions makes it a crucial meeting point for energy stakeholders, in order to keep track with the latest trends where Gas and the energy transition meet
Aurelie Beauvais
Policy Director, Solar Power Europe
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