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FLAME webinars

Demonstrate leadership. Build trust. Stay connected.

Times of disruption and change are also those of accelerated growth. We want to be there every step of the way, to help our industry learn in real time and move forward.

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With over 500 sign ups in 2020 across 65 countries our webinars are the perfect platform to secure your market foothold through 2021.

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  • Your branding will be prominently featured on the webinar marketing, the registration page, the live webinar and the on demand webinar. 
  • You can choose between a live or pre-recorded webinar presentation, participate in a panel, take a solo speaking slot or opt for branding only.
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  • Educate your audience and promote your brand 
  • Demonstrate market leading, thought leadership
  • Generate qualified leads (with an option to select desired profile: region, job title, company type etc.)
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  • By sponsoring a FLAME webinar, you will reach a high-level audience of gas and LNG professionals from across the globe.
  • Engage the audience through interactive features including live Q&A, live polling and the option to include downloadable content.

2020 webinars included:

Our 2021 webinar calendar will be published soon

The future of clean and sustainable hydrogen in Europe

In this webcast Nienke Homan (Regional Minister for the Province of Groningen, The Netherlands)and Ad van Wij (TU Delft/ Sustainable Energy Entrepreneur) share their views and observations on the Commission's EU Energy System Integration Strategy.

What makes the Northern Netherlands conducive to the development of a green hydrogen economy? What is the vision beyond 2025? What are the challenges and barriers to scaling up hydrogen at the EU level and integrating hydrogen fully into the EU IEM? Finally, what will be the hydrogen economy's contribution to just, resilient, sustainable and inclusive green growth in Europe?


Dr Sarah Vakhshouri has extensive experience in global energy market studies, energy strategy, energy security and geopolitical risk. In this exclusive webcast, Dr Vakhshouri examines the long-term impact of the crisis on project financing and investment cycles. Will there be lasting changes to fuel demand?

Dr Vakhshouri also investigates how the largest exporters are expected to weather the crisis (Qatar, Russia, US, Australia), the possible effects of the current tensions between the US and China, and closes the session with a general outlook for the LNG industry.

Driving the Energy Transition by Unlocking Talent

Presented by the Flame conference in association with Women in Energy, Climate and Sustainability (WECS), Gokce Mete interviews Tatiana Mitrova, an expert on the energy transition currently serving as a Non-Executive Director for Russian gas company Novatek.

Tatiana reflects on her own experiences working in the energy industry, and how they have shaped her perspective on business change in the gas, LNG and energy sectors.

US LNG industy health check: Oversupply, project timelines and oil price impacts

This in-depth LNG industry health check webinar covers US LNG producers’ strategies, shut-ins and cancelled cargoes, the impacts of oil price volatility, and possible implications for US projects still in the pipeline.

The webinar is moderated by Paul Sullivan of Worley, who is joined by Texas LNG’s Vivek Chandra and ALNGE Pte Ltd's Principal Consultant, Luc Speeleveld.

How to operate in the current LNG market: COVID-19, contracts and pricing

The global energy market is facing unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant collapse in demand. How will the gas and LNG industry respond to these challenges? What contractual flexibility are market participants seeking, what are buyers’ price aspirations, and when can the market expect to see demand start to recover? Who will be the winners and losers? 

In this on-demand webinar, the Chairman of the OIES Natural Gas Programme, David Ledesma, discussed these issues with Sophie Ducoloner, General Manager of LNG Origination for JERA Global Markets, and Peter Abdo, Senior Managing Director of LNG & Global Origination for Uniper Global Commodities.


Get involved in our current webinar series or suggest a topic of your own and reach out to the international gas and LNG community with your message. Contact Kirta Vekaria for more information: | +44 (0)208 052 0488