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23 - 25 April 2024
In person & digitalOkura, Amsterdam

23 - 25 April 2024
In person & digital,
Okura, Amsterdam

Securing Europe's energy supply and hitting climate change targets

Unlock the blueprint for low carbon energy supply

The solutions you need for the global energy transition. Meet the stakeholders leading the way with new economies of scale in low carbon gases, infrastructure projects, CCS, LNG terminals and hydrogen.

Affordability, security and the energy transition

Energy supply, security and securing a low carbon future

Overcoming the energy crisis

How are government bodies responding to unprecedented challenges of reduced gas flows? The need to curtail excessive price hikes and implement new policies as Europe accelerates towards decarbonisation presents a host of difficulties and opportunities.

Is enough being done to ensure that energy transition mandates for 2030 and 2050 are met? How quickly can Europe cut its reliance on Russian gas and secure alternative long term energy supplies?

Energy security and policy

Hear the latest regulatory updates on gas and hydrogen packages, implementation of RE-Power EU, the LNG purchasing platform, and EU regulations on storage buffers to protect against energy shortages.

Join debates on how the market has reacted to drastic shortages. Has the right balance been struck by government intervention between stabilising energy security, and creating the framework for low carbon sustainable energy supply.

LNG to the rescue?

Following the influx of LNG as a substitute for Russian gas over winter, assess the impact this has had on Europe's net zero goals and contractual pressures for LNG delivery.

Does LNG have a long term trajectory in the low carbon energy mix? As more terminals (including FSRUs and FLNGs) are built for LNG supply; evaluate the financing for projects and long term security on LNG investments.

In the short term, find out who Europe will need to outbid for LNG as trading patterns, supply and demand shift globally.

Transition ready infrastructure

Time is running short to meet energy transition goals. What is needed in Europe's infrastructure and does it need to be rebuilt?

Delve into essential net zero strategies for storage, new pipelines, CCS and the grid in order to make assets ready for low carbon gases. Address the possibilities of repurposing LNG terminals for green hydrogen. Discuss how to scale up hydrogen production and overcome regulatory hurdles to ensure investors are able to finance low carbon infrastructure projects.


Unpack the fallout of drastic energy prices volatility across the world.

Assess the impact of energy price caps and the extent to which they worked; the level of state involvement in protecting consumer interests and controlling industry demand.

Low carbon gases

Diversification of supply is high on the European agenda as the extraordinary situation in the gas market has impacted pricing, supply and energy security.

Find out which new energy alliances are forming across the evolving energy landscape with new supply chains in bio-LNG, bio-methane, bio-gas, LPG and different colours of hydrogen.

Key Figures at FLAME


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Expert speakers


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Utilities & gas producer companies


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Additional Insights at FLAME

LNG Summit Day

The Global LNG Summit will address the challenges facing LNG supply today, the need for flexible contracts and where the main competition for buying LNG fuel lies. The summit will also look into transportation of LNG with an exploration of building FSRUs, FLNGs and also the bunker vessels used to move LNG around the world. Delve into yard capacity for new LNG vessels, the long-term future for LNG terminals and the business models for ports receiving LNG.

Find out the extent of Europe’s reliance on LNG throughout the winter, the viability of LNG as a short and long term solution taking into account volumes required, prices and exposures for energy suppliers. How will trade flows alter by 2030 and what ESG reporting is required in transportation of LNG? Can the development on LNG infrastructure be used as a stepping stone to renewable infrastructure?

Traders' Day

Join the traders day for unmissable analysis on the extent of the impact of huge volatility and margin calls on liquidity. Assess whether this has reduced the number of players in the gas & LNG business and how winter 2022 has balanced between what was predicted and the realities of the gas markets and the knock on impacts on pricing and profits.

Find out how the market is preparing for winter 23/24 and how much of a role policy makers will have in setting market conditions and what this will mean for traders. How is storage usage impacting trade and what are the projections for next year as energy flows reverse from east-to-west to west-to-east.

Johan Zettergren

Chief Executive Officer


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

Limited number of free places available

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