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11 - 13 May 2020
Hotel Okura,

The European meeting place for the global gas & LNG industry

Connecting gas markets. Enhancing security of supply. Preparing for a decarbonised future.

What to expect from Flame 2020

The European Green Deal

Flame will be a vital forum for the industry to discuss the outlook for gas within the context of the European Green Deal. Which different pathways will enable the targets to be met, how much will they cost, and what will the commercial implications be? What technological and regulatory innovations are needed to help scale-up hydrogen and biomethane, and where will investment come from?

LNG market dynamics

Flame will provide a vantage point to take stock of the current FID wave and assess where new supply will come from post-2025. Are oversupply and low spot prices contributing to demand creation, and if so where? LNG is a mainstay of the Flame agenda, but the most in-depth coverage of contracts, small-scale LNG and portfolio optimisation will take place during the Global LNG Summit.

Infrastructure and investment

Discuss the impact of national policy on new pipelines, receive updates on project timelines and debate the sustainable financing credentials of natural gas infrastructure. Can the existing infrastructure accommodate increasing imports and lower indigenous production, or are new investments needed in inter-connectors and gas storage? What does the future hold for Ukraine, CEE and the Baltic region?

European gas market evolution

Assess the progress being made with harmonising the EU internal energy market. What regulatory barriers stand in the way of closer market integration, and how can the gas industry help to facilitate sector coupling? Will the accelerated pace of Groningen production cuts adversely affect TTF liquidity and security of supply?

Flame Traders’ Day

Free to attend for natural gas, LNG, power and commodities traders, the Flame Traders' Day is an opportunity for natural gas professionals and senior traders to network and exchange insights. Topics up for discussion will include the impacts of macro-economic trends, the challenges of hub trading, the outlook for gas market integration and the pace of digital transformation.

Networking with decision makers

There's no place other than Flame in which you're going to meet so many of the right people in the same spot. Flame isn't a trade show, so our attendees are a select group of upper management and senior decision makers drawn from the LNG supply, utility, gas transmission, storage and shipping sectors.

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Flame Highlights Reel

Get a flavour of the discussion from Flame 2019, held in the Hotel Okura, Amsterdam.

Hear from delegates and speakers about what makes Flame the one event you won't want to miss if you need to stay abreast with what is happening in gas and LNG.

Join us in 2020 to add your voice to the discussion.

Visit the Flame YouTube channel for in-depth, on-site interviews with energy industry experts.

The Key Figures

Attendees every year
Expert speakers
C-Suite or Senior Management
Gas producers & utilities
Countries in attendance
Years and counting

Don’t settle for the imitators

For over a quarter of a century, Flame has been Europe’s largest and most influential meeting place for the global gas industry.

In terms of the quality and diversity of the speaker faculty, the seniority of the attendees, or the scope of the discussion, there’s no other conference quite like Flame.

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