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3-5 May 2022

3-5 May 2022

Join Europe's most senior gas and LNG community and networking experience

Pathways to transitioning towards a sustainable energy future

Reconnect face-to-face and get the inside track on ambition vs reality for decarbonising gas & LNG, supply security, prices & projects

The best of live and digital events

The need for collaboration, idea sharing and thought generation between industry leaders has never been greater. 

eFLAME Infocus

1-2 March 2022

eFlame Infocus returns this March! Short, digestible and with great impact!

Keep your finger on the pulse of the energy industry as the sector forges the pathways for energy transition and decarbonisation following the pivotal discussions in November at Flame and COP26.

Hear from the industry's innovators on the latest policies and implementation with a review of ambition vs reality, markets, trading and the hydrogen (r)evolution.


3-5 May 2022

FLAME will be returning to Amsterdam this May! Meet the people who drive the market and move the industry, and be a part of key discussions as the industry reviews steps taken following COP26. 

Hear the latest discussions and innovations on infrastructure, trading of low carbon gases, the future of gas and LNG in the energy transition and pricing after the winter hike of 2021. 

Join the leading voices driving change

A sustainable energy future

Gas & LNG is playing a vital role in the sustainable energy future.

Against a backdrop of decarbonisation in the energy value chain, Flame will address how the industry can meet the green deal targets through the methane strategy, sector integration, investment, energy efficiency and technology. 

Gain the latest insights on gas & LNG supplies from the US, Russia, NCS, Africa & Europe, coupled with demand across transport, industry, heat and power.  

Pricing and new projects

Understand the factors affecting the current global gas price with updates on hubs, commodities and price projections. Unlock the current and opportunities in the energy transition and prepare for changes in the internal market design and energy systems integration.

Prepare for the future and look at how TSOs and DSOs will transform networks and look at what being fit for purpose entails. Assess new gas sources, import streams and assess the appetite and sourcing of investment for new projects.

Book an all access ticket to Flame, the LNG Summit and the Traders Day for the latest analysis on gas prices across Europe, and insights on short and long term impacts on supply.

Energy transition and the hydrogen economy

The recent hydrogen strategy, green deal and national strategies have all put hydrogen back into focus as a key enabler in the drive to net zero. Join us to discuss the policies and regulation which are shaping the uptake of hydrogen, in addition to supply of investment and economic factors in different regions.

Assess the cost and scaling up of technologies for grey, blue & green hydrogen, and how storage & CCS are vital for enabling the use of hydrogen as a new fuel source.

Take a look behind the scenes in Europe on projects, finance and technology in addition to the longer term growth prospects for other energies.

Additional Insights at FLAME

LNG Summit Day

An ever popular summit day, Flame's LNG Summit brings together all the high level topics with the most senior executives. What will be discussed?

The long-term outlook for LNG is brighter than a lot of other fossil fuels because of its comparatively lower cost and lower emissions from production and combustion. The LNG industry was experiencing low prices and oversupply even before COVID-19. Reduced gas demand because of the pandemic has added to excess supply also creating market volatility. 

Traders' Day

Now in it's 3rd year, this ever growing summit day is free to attend for natural gas, LNG, power and commodities traders. 

This day is free for traders and includes a highly-selective programme that will inform, challenge, and allow you to network with counterparties and suppliers.

Women @ Flame

Promote diversity and inclusion within your company and reap the benefits. Organisations with diverse backgrounds are stronger, more versatile and adaptable to change. 

Look at how women can grow within your organisation's structure to ensure there is equal representation at the top of the decision making chain as well as entry level roles. Look at why this matters and how to strengthen your company from the bottom up. 

Hear from industry trial blazers on overcoming the barriers to change and what can to be done to make a truly inclusive workforce. 

Key Figures at FLAME


Attendees every year


Expert speakers


C-Suite or Senior Management


Utilities & gas producer companies


Countries in attendance


Years and counting

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

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:

Bright Sparks

The Bright Sparks programme is open to energy professionals under the age of 35 who are attending Flame for the first time. Bright Sparks attendees will gain access to both days of Flame for a steeply discounted rate of £500. If you aren't eligible for the Bright Sparks programme yourself, why not invite a younger colleague to join you?

To book on as a Bright Spark, simply select the relevant delegate option at checkout.


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: