As market volatility continues to present surprises and new challenges, this panel will look at the strategies allowing stakeholders to survive, and thrive, in turbulent times.
This panel will look at the changing face of Europe’s energy mix. What role will gas have in supporting European nations’ energy policies to drive down carbon emissions? And how are countries meeting objectives for long term security of supply?
This panel brings together buyers and suppliers to discuss how to overcome market uncertainty and opportunities to maximise investment in LNG infrastructure and market development.
Industry leaders will share their perspectives on the shifting energy landscape and the future of gas in delivering global energy post-2030.
Welcoming Government Ministers from established and emerging gas importing countries, this session will examine the role of gas as an affordable and flexible power generation solution to drive growth.
As appetite for energy grows and exciting new global market opportunities for gas emerge, what innovations in both strategic and technological thinking will be required to deliver the flexible energy needs of customers? How can producers, consumers and project developers work more efficiently to develop cost-effective, reliable and ‘smart’ energy infrastructure?
In an increasingly fragmented market, how are players aligning business strategies to capture maximum opportunity? How can traditional and non-traditional participants gain market share in the changing business environment?
Welcoming CEOs from major banks and financial institutions investing in future energy infrastructure to discuss which projects are proving most attractive, and why. What future does natural gas and LNG have in comparison to ‘green’ energy projects and what are the forecasts for project CAPEX over the next two decades?
Assuming both a partner and competitor role with renewable energy, this panel will welcome integrated energy companies and end users to discuss the role that gas will play in companies’ long term low carbon strategies and the revolution taking place in the transport sector.
As energy companies rely increasingly on digital services, software and management, what does this mean for efficiency and streamlining of business processes? What will the seismic impact of digitalisation and artificial intelligence mean for the energy industry as a whole by 2030?
Is the LNG liquefaction ‘mega-project’ dead? What appetite is there for multi-billion dollar, multiple-partnership projects? The role of the EPC has never fallen under greater scrutiny post-2015 when prices crashed. Demands from operators for greater efficiency, streamlining of costs and improved ROI have made the challenges facing EPCs greater than ever.