Wood Mackenzie’s gas and LNG conference returns from October 22-23

Wood Mackenzie are hosting their second annual Gas, LNG & The Future of Energy Conference in the City of London from October 23, 24.

During the conference, the attendees will gain a global perspective on these themes:

• Today’s solution, tomorrow’s problem – what is the future for gas and LNG?

• A pathway forward for the future of gas and LNG in Asia

• Examining lowering of emissions within the gas and LNG industry

• How will AI transform gas and energy?

• North America: Domestic dynamics and implications on global LNG markets

• What are the emerging technologies that could transform the gas and LNG industry?

• Diversifying and sourcing new LNG supply

• Financing gas and LNG through the energy transition

• The future of pipelines, regasification, and storage in Europe

• Contracts: pricing, flexibility, and indexation – what is the way forward?

• Exploring key developments impacting LNG shipping.

Organizations that have already confirmed their attendance so far include:

Aker BP ASA, Antero Resources, Barclays, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, EDF, EDP (Energías de Portugal), Enbridge, Equinor, Europe Arab Bank, Excelerate Energy, Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation, Government of Western Australia, Honeywell UOP, KAEFER Limited, Kellas Midstream Limited, Kosmos Energy, LKAB, MIBGAS SA, MOL (Europe Africa) Ltd, MVM CEEnergy Zrt., National Gas Transmission, National Grid, QatarEnergy, SEB, Shell , SMBC Bank International PLC, SSE PLC, SSY, Sval Energi AS, TotalEnergies E & P, Uniper Global Commodities SE and Woodside Energy.

View the latest agenda and buy tickets now through the conference website.

(This sponsored article was written by Wood Mackenzie.)

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