The 34th European Annual Gas Conference (EAGC) will take place in Paris, 5-7 November, and remains one of Europe’s most renowned energy conferences, bringing together 300 senior-level energy business leaders and policymakers.
Global, game-changing speakers from government and industry will share their expertise and viewpoints on Europe’s future role within the decarbonising gas and energy markets. The EAGC will reflect the needs facing the gas industry to evolve and transform, to ensure future relevance and prosperity.
The EAGC will uniquely position the interests and needs of major energy customers, utilities and end-users at the heart of the debate, as well as gathering the most senior figures from the supplier and production sectors, trading, investment, policy & regulation, analysts, and technology.
The European Annual Gas Conference is one of Europe's best-known energy industry conferences, spanning nearly four decades. But, like the industry it serves - the time for change has come.
The EAGC has evolved and this year's agenda reflects the urgent and dynamic shifts shaping the new energy landscape, with the EU at the heart of leading decarbonisation and fulfilment of climate commitments.
Exclusive business networking with senior industry experts has always been an important feature of the EAGC. This year's new event format, with advanced in-session interaction and an innovate new meetings programme will provide participants with a fully interactive and beneficial experience and provides meaningful interconnectivity to impact their business’ future growth.
EAGC is a very valuable platform to discuss the strong initiatives of the European gas industry with the associated players to drive and progress the energy transition. Besides a sophisticated event programme with outstanding speakers, EAGC provides numerous networking opportunities with top-level industry expertsDr. Timm Kehler Chairman Zukunft ERDGAS
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