The 34th European Annual Gas Conference (EAGC) took place in Paris, 5-7 November, and remained 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 shared their expertise and viewpoints on Europe’s future role within the decarbonising gas and energy markets. The EAGC was a reflection of the needs the gas industry is facing to evolve and transform, to ensure future relevance and prosperity.
The EAGC had evolved and this year's agenda reflected the urgent and dynamic shifts shaping the new energy landscape, with the EU at the heart of leading decarbonisation and fulfilment of climate commitments.
The EAGC's new conference programme reflected the needs facing the gas industry to evolve and transform, to ensure future prosperity and relevance.
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
The event is a valuable platform to discuss the initiatives of the European gas industry with the associated players to drive and progress the energy transition. Innovation is key in terms of decarbonising the energy system in Europe, which is why natural gas as well as decarbonised renewable gases should not be considered as bridging fuels but destination fuels that enable immediate CO2 reductions and help greening existing energy infrastructure.Andrew Walker VP Marketing & Strategy Cheniere
The EAGC 2019 offers an excellent opportunity, towards the end of the year, to gain fresh perspectives on the emerging trends for 2020 and beyond and provides an opportunity to network with a broad mix of new contacts from across the industry.Mark Simons Head of Upstream Gas Origination Total
A conference covering the latest developments in the gas and LNG industry and markets, with well informed and top-class speakers.Gottfried Steiner Chief Executive Officer CEGH
Now is the right time to consider the future of energy in Europe and the active role natural gas will play in that future energy system. EAGC will provide an important platform for that very critical discussion.Christian Hoellinger Head of Downstream LNG - Road Europe Shell
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