11th-13th January 2016 | Abu Dhabi, UAE

THE EXCLUSIVE MEETING PLACE FOR MIDDLE EAST GAS INDUSTRY

We know there are a lot of upstream events out there at the moment, and the decision to make the right choice is becoming harder due to pressures on time and budgets.

With this in mind, we have designed the Middle East Gas Conference to be different from our competitors; and here is how:
› The Middle East Gas Conference is neither your typical conference nor massive trade show – we are a niche conference that focuses on the quality of attendees, and the formats in which you can do business
› We purposefully limit participants to a maximum of 140, ensuring you the best opportunity to network with the high-level attendees
Our advisory board has selected the companies they would like to attend to ensure those 140 people are industry stakeholders
› We’ve introduced new, interactive formats including roundtables and a Big Debate – giving you more opportunity to meet the right person for your business
› Alongside this we also have the cream of the industry making up our speaker panel including Christoph Ruhl, CEO BAPCO and COO BP
› And because of the limited numbers and different formats – you’ll actually get to network with them!
› New for this year, we’ve set up an area for 1 on 1 meetings – and a Conference Concierge to help you pre-arrange them before the conference.

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The European gas market has changed dramatically in recent years. While the stake of gas in the region’s energy mix is gradually increasing, the supply and demand imbalance enhanced by low oil and gas prices prevents gas from becoming the dominant energy source in Europe. Nevertheless, in the next 10 years the demand for gas in EU is expected to grow considerably, displacing coal more and more in the future. The discussion around the role of gas in the European energy mix and gas pricing are still at the heart of the commercial and political debate.

n a time of political tensions between the EU and its major supplier Russia, gas security of supply is high on both the European commercial and political agenda. By collating insights from pioneering companies in the gas industry, we have created a report to enable you to assess the scale and nature of the risks to security of supply given developments in the gas market; consider the range of potential options to mitigate risks that remain.

2016 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS SO FAR INCLUDE

Christof H. RühlGlobal Head of Research, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
Khaled Abu BakrMember of the Executive Commitee and Regional Coordinator for Middle East and Africa, International Gas Union, Chairman, TAQA Arabia
Patrick Allman-WardCEO, Dana Gas
Peter BartlettCEO, Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO)
Aldo Flores QuirogaSecretary General, International Energy Forum
Fazal Ali KhanCNG Development Manager, Emirates Gas LLC
Bruce BassarabaHead of HSSE, Dana Gas
Parmi KandaOwner, KPLC

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THE MIDDLE EAST GAS CONFERENCE IN NUMBERS

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