The EAGC conference is renowned for its quality, breadth and expertise, featuring an extensive range of strategic-focused sessions which advocate and advance the role for gas and LNG in the global energy mix. Join 300 government and senior executives and hear from 50 of the industry's leading speakers. This year’s programme theme is focused on how gas will need to decarbonise and yet remain cost-competitive with other fuel sources. Register with us to receive the 2019 conference programme.
has long argued that gas has a significant role to play as a bridging fuel in making the transition towards decarbonised energy markets. But policy-makers and environmental groups in Europe remain sceptical, and over the course of the next decade, the gas industry faces its greatest existential crisis as major policy decisions will be taken that could permanently impact on the industry’s future.
A new level of urgency now underpins discussions around the medium and longer-term outlook for the European gas industry, as recognition grows that a new level of ambition will be required to decarbonise and transform the energy and power sectors. As a result, gas will need to adopt a major new stance in order to survive and thrive: “Gas will need to decarbonise and yet remain costcompetitive with other fuel sources.”
our industry with the big questions it needs to address, especially in these times of major uncertainty for the future of natural gas in Europe beyond 2020.
the energy customer and end-user experience at the heart of its agenda
on the diversifying, alternative uses for gas – ‘green’ and ‘blue’ gas – across industry and a comparison on how it can compete in future against other sources of fuel
the decarbonisation of gas and the EU’s energy policies, and expose the stark differences between the EU’s intent to radically reduce its uses of fossil fuels – yet with no clear pathway for member states to actually deliver this
senior leaders together to explore how the gas industry can survive and thrive in a low-carbon, low-emissions Union post-2040.
the popular ‘Champagne Roundtables’ sessions by addressing 4 key issues impacting Europe: ‘Green Gas’ and Decarbonisation Strategies, The Impact of LNG into Europe vs. Pipelines, Future Applications for Gas – End-Users and Transportation, Energy Market Design & Competition.
the industry leaders and policy makers at the epicentre of the argument: Why is European Energy Policy so at Odds with the Reality of What is Needed Across the Energy Sectors?
and challenge attendees to understand the ‘economics of gas’ and ask how the industry can make money from gas today and which business models actually work
Meet decision makers – hear the very latest insights from thought-leaders in the European gas, LNG and energy sector
Gain new perspectives – hear from inspiring business minds outside of the energy sector, and gain fresh and inspirations new perspectives
Hear from thought-leaders – learn from the sharpest minds in the industry and gain a competitive edge on your competition in a rapidly evolving energy landscape
Address business-critical issues – discuss and debate the latest critical issues, from geopolitics and environment, to market dynamics and major shifts in business strategy