The 27th World Gas Conference program benefits from the unrivaled expertise of more than 1,000 industry specialists representing 30 countries of the IGU’s 11 committees and two task forces. During the three year period they work together to prepare a program that is unique amongst other global gas events featuring 500 speakers and designed to attract 4,000 conference delegates. The program will address the most up-to-date business critical issues facing the global gas industry.
The program will address the most timely and topical, technical, commercial and strategic issues and opportunities facing the global gas industry through:
- Keynote Sessions
- Current Debates
- Luncheon Addresses
- Industry Insights
Keynote and luncheon speakers will feature the most senior level executives from both industry and non-industry, addressing the most timely and topical issues facing the global gas industry in 2018 and the future.
- Fueling the Future
- The Biggest Challenges and Opportunities Facing the Global Gas Industry
- What Next for the Asia Pacific Gas Market?
- The Future of Europe’s Energy Market
- Access to Sustainable Energy in Developing Economies
- The Role for Gas in an Integrated Americas
- Innovation to Drive the Energy Industry Forward
These sessions will feature discussions and debates on issues of the highest strategic level. Panellists will include senior executives, policy-makers, professionals from the gas industry, governments, customers, the financial community as well as organizations outside of the industry.
Industry Insights focus on the most relevant commercial issues and the latest technical innovations that represent each segment and aspect of the natural gas value chain. Speakers will be selected from the Call for Abstracts process due to open on April 5, 2017.
Located on the exhibition floor, the Center will feature audience-friendly panels and interactive discussions on the latest developments and innovations in gas industry technology. It will also provide live demonstrations of technology, products and digital poster displays. Speakers will be selected from the Call for Abstracts process due to open on April 5, 2017.