Main Conference: September 26-27, 2017 • Post-Conference Seminar: September 28, 2017
Mainport Hotel Rotterdam • Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The date has been set for Platts 11th European Gas Summit and LNG Focus day and will take place in the wonderful city of Rotterdam.
Over 2.5 days we will give host to over 150 gas professionals including many key leaders from the industry to provide their own perspective on current issues and then their insight into the future of gas within and outside Europe.
What to expect from 2017?
Demand/supply – Europe as ultimate global gas sink
For many years, the Gas industry has been fixated on ensuring security of supply, but today, as the European market stands on the precipice of increased US LNG deliveries, the market has switched to ensuring security of demand. Does the industry need to reinvent itself? Will the price battle between LNG and pipeline gas at least ensure demand growth for the short term? These questions and more will be answered
New for 2017 – LNG focus day
By the time of this event, we will have a much better understanding of just how much LNG has come to the European market. S&P Global Platts have developed a unique focus day on the LNG market, that will assess the future for global LNG, evaluate pipeline vs LNG prices and what it might do to the market, and explore LNG as a fuel, when will we see growth?
Assess the potential of current and planned pipeline developments, what impact could they have to the market?What will happen to Ukraine if Nordstream 2 does happen, does Ukraine have the potential to become a storage hub?
More networking opportunities
Platts understand the need for effective and valuable networking time, and this event will be no exception. Built into each day are a number of dedicated social functions designed to stimulate participant interaction including an evening drinks reception on day one.
Topics to be covered for 2017
- The future For Gas & LNG supply and demand to Europe
- Gas price – is it going to become more global?
- Infrastructure developments and their impact
- Gas vs coal – who will be victorious?
- Global supply focusses from the Middle East, Asian and the US
- The long term dynamics for gas
Previous attendees include:
Speaking opportunities still available:
If you have a keen interest in presenting your views and opinions on European Gas, then please get in touch with a suggested topic and we will get back to you.
To find out more about this years’ event or if you'd like to submit a speaker paper, please contact us directly to email@example.com or call +44(0)20 7173 6300