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Flame
23 - 25 April 2024
In person & on-demand recordingsOkura, Amsterdam
23 - 25 April 2024|In person & on-demand recordings, Okura, Amsterdam

NAVIGATING THE ENERGY TRILEMMA

Innovative solutions to security, sustainability and affordability

Join eFlame next week!

Free to attend! Join our short digital series ahead of the conference!

Join eFlame for free!

Running 12 March 10am -12:30pm GMT 

Sessions on:

  • LNG in Europe
  • LNG Markets
  • Gas Markets
  • Decarbonisation
  • Infrastructure

Inspirational. Collaborative. Insightful.

Cutting edge insights into supply and demand in Europe's gas markets and the future for low carbon energy networks

30+ Hours of Gas & LNG Content

Powerful market insights

Join the buzz at the 30th anniversary

Join the offsite networking party at an exclusive location in Amsterdam

New passes for students

Get access to energy leaders, find out what they think and how to leverage your career as the world transitions to clean energy

VIP access

Are you a regulator, energy policy maker or involved in heavy industry? 

You might qualify for a free VIP pass 

Affordability, security and the energy transition

Energy supply, security and securing a low carbon future

Energy policy & regulation

2 years on from RePowerEU: how is Europe doing? Is there a market left after regulations? What are the targets & timescales for the energy transition post 2040

Decarbonization for LNG and the consequences of European policy decisions

Aggregate EU and the market correction mechanism: did the emergency measures help?

Sector coupling: What is needed to strengthen the connection between the energies?

Deep dive into China and the USA’s energy policies

Future supplies and demand

16 years left till 2040 – is that it for European gas? Planning for natural gas’s challenging future

The mix of gas, hydrogen, nuclear & electric in the next 10-15 years

Implementing future carbon management strategies and value chains

Demand reduction or demand destruction: what is temporary and what is structural?

How are the BRICS countries are influencing global flows of oil & gas

Do you need to sign long term agreements to guarantee security of supply?

The strategic repositioning of LNG

Learnings from the past two winters and analysing the security of LNG supplies for winter 2024 – 2026

2026 and beyond: Who will supply the LNG. To what extent will Europe need LNG post 2040? 

Asia-Pacific: Evaluating the “knock-on effect” of demand on Europe

Decarbonising the LNG supply chain & the Impact of new legislations on LNG importers and exporters

North-West European LNG regasification terminals

Small scale, Bio LNG, alternative green fuels, shopping

Hydrogen and low carbon gases

Building up and integrating the hydrogen value chain: exploring the best global resources, understanding costs for production and encouraging demand growth

Strategies for the successful implementation of hydrogen valleys and clusters

Electrolysers: critical success factors to scaling up your H2 operation

Where are we seeing opportunities to support biogas?

Renewables stepping in for a low carbon or near zero-carbon power generation

Trading & Pricing

The winter just past – is the crisis over? 

Volatility and market prices: not yet out of the woods for gas market tightness?

A new era of regional hubs – can the TTF be challenged? 

What are the new requirements for international LNG & gas contracts?

Global carbon market analysis

The influence of eTrading and speculative trading strategies

Establishing and creating hydrogen as a globally traded commodity

 

Infrastructure for the transition

What gases will be moving around the market? What type of infrastructure is needed if more renewables are in the system?

Refurbishing existing pipes alongside Europe’s hydrogen backbone 

Implementing future carbon management strategies and value chains: what will be needed, where and at what cost?

Bio methane – coming to the rescue of stranded gas infrastructure?

Hydrogen storage & increasing flexibility across the entire energy system

KEY FIGURES AT FLAME

500+

Attendees every year

200+

Expert speakers

59%

C-Suite or Senior Management

60+

Utilities & gas producer companies

104

Countries in attendance

30th

Anniversary

FLAME HIGHLIGHTS

Connecting European gas markets and creating consensus for decarbonising the industry. 

Meet the entire gas and LNG value chain, check the temperature of the gas markets and formulate new business collaborations to create the decarbonised networks and supply chains for tomorrow's energy supply. 

Johan Zettergren

Chief Executive Officer

Swedegas

Truly the best gas conference of the year. And more than ever before, aligned with future requirements.

Limited number of free places available

We have set aside a limited number of complimentary passes for regulators, energy policy makers, industrial/manufacturing energy consumers and ministers.

Speak to VIP Manager Chloe for more information: E: chloe.barnard@informa.com

CERTIFIED BY THE CPD CERTIFICATION SERVICE

Flame is now a CPD certified event.

Attendees can request a CPD certificate after attending the event. For further information on CPD accreditation please visit: www.cpduk.co.uk