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Baltic LNG & New Energies Forum
5-6 June 2024
Hotel Amberton, KlaipedaLithuania

Agnieszka Ason
Senior Visiting Research Fellow - Oxford Institute for Energy Studies at Conference Chair


Agnieszka Ason is an independent energy lawyer and consultant with over ten years of sector-specific legal and commercial experience. She has worked on energy transactions and disputes with top-tier law firms in Berlin, London and Singapore, and has acted (as legal counsel and expert) in major energy arbitrations and gas and LNG price reviews in Europe and Asia. She has expertise in gas, LNG and hydrogen-related matters and currently prioritises assignments as an arbitrator and strategic advisor.

Alongside her legal and advisory work, Agnieszka is a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, where she has published high-impact papers, including studies on 'Asian LNG Price Reviews and Arbitrations' (2019) and 'International Gas Contracts' (2022). She has edited several energy publications, including OGEL (Oil, Gas and Energy Law) Issues on ‘Changing LNG Markets and Contracts’ (2020) and ‘Carbon Neutral Energy’ (2022).

Agnieszka is a regular speaker and moderator at industry events. She is an Honorary Lecturer in International Dispute Resolution at Queen Mary University of London and a Senior Advisor and Lecturer in Energy Law at the Technical University of Berlin. Agnieszka is also the Course Director for Informa's Certificate in LNG.

Agenda Sessions

  • Opening Remarks

  • Welcoming Keynote: KN Energies’s strive for progress in the natural gas market, liquidity, development of infrastructure networks, and new energies.

  • Keynote Address: Energy transition targets vs security of supply – Laying the groundwork for success!

  • Solo: Are we at a crossroads with the gas and LNG business - A long-term future that hinges on geopolitical developments, environmental considerations, and the pace of the energy transition?

  • Solo: How Ukraine's gas infrastructure can play a key role in European energy security?

  • Panel: Baltic infrastructure network capacity development and planning for next decades - Evaluating the scope of projects, growth potential for national-level companies and mergers for future development.

  • Panel: Attracting new investors and traders in the Baltic energy trading market – What are the anticipated available capacities and trade flow route?

  • Solo: To what extent can the Baltic play a role in the expansion of LNG trading capacity at the regional level and global level for US supplies?

  • Panel: Development of LNG market – how can Baltic attract LNG at a competitive level?

  • Opening Remarks

  • Solo: Move with us towards the future – natural gas and hydrogen solutions.

  • Solo: Next generation LNG terminals: How to halve your terminal delivery time and double its lifetime?

  • Solo: The Potential of Hydrogen in EU Transport and Energy Systems.

  • Fireside Chat: Drivers for hydrogen trade in the region – Will it impact power pricing and investments beyond 2026?