5-6 February 2015, Organized by Marcus Evans
Location: Germany Berlin
Organizer: Marcus Evans
Tel: 00357 22 849 308
Fax: 00357 22849 394
Ensuring security of supply and considering the impact of LNG on the European gas market
5-6 February 2015, Berlin, Germany. This exclusive marcus evans conference will look beyond ongoing issues and into the future of the gas supply to LNG. With natural gas prices at a 4 year low and huge supply vs. demand issues it has never been more important to have an in-depth understanding of the current European gas trading market. With the geopolitical situation keeping traders on their toes it is imperative to consider how to secure the gas supply and in which ways the supply can be diversified. The conference will examine the most viable LNG sources and what impact global demand for LNG will have on the European gas market. With US LNG beginning to be exported in early 2015, it is the perfect time to be opening these discussions.
Energy Commodities: Natural Gas
Sanctions in Europe are posing a threat and this conference provides an opportunity to debate how this can best be handled. What impact will the sanctions have on pricing and trading, and how can this be dealt with?
One of the biggest changes in recent years has been the movement away from oil indexed prices. The gas market has almost entirely moved away from this pricing method and it’s time to begin considering what the consequences of this will be across Europe. In conjunction to this, short term contracts are becoming increasingly popular as traders look for more flexibility. These are big changes for gas pricing and trading and it is vital that the pros and cons of each continue to be discussed to ensure the best trading methods are being utilised to secure the biggest rewards.
For more information on this event please click http://www.marcusevans-conferences-paneuropean.com/4Gasprice_GOGwb or contact Kristiyan Sokolov at KristiyanS@marcusevansuk.com or call +35722849308