DMG’s European conference portfolio is making some exciting changes!
Our delegates want to learn about opportunities in new and developing market segments, whilst looking to broaden partnership networks in regions with experiences to share. To provide them with the best knowledge sharing and networking experiences and access to insight that opens up new and potential business opportunities, we see an opportunity to deliver more value.
With this in mind we are looking to realign two of our conferences: The CEE Gas Conference will now be co-located with our leading European event, the European Autumn Gas Conference (EAGC) in Berlin this November, offering the speakers, sponsors, VIPs and attendees of both events the rare chance to interact on subjects that are closely aligned. The co-location provides a truly joint platform to generate common learnings and interactions between mature and developing markets and sets a key marker for the future collaboration of these two great event offerings.
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.
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
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
Good event, good speakers, very good organisation
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
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.
I can say that EAGC was very impressive and gave me a good understanding of what matters to the European gas market at presen
It’s where the Suppliers meet the Buyers – now added with the entire Trading community; you meet everyone you need and want to meet.
Gazprom recognizes the importance and high level of this event, topicality of the discussed issues and themes, and highly appreciates the opportunity for networking and sharing knowledge and expertise between industry experts and leaders of the largest international oil & gas companies.