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June 2017
23 May
Panel Session

THE CHANGING MAP FOR GLOBAL GAS

09:45-11:00 Pavilion 3, Amphitheatre


Much has been made of unconventional gas developments in the US, and now huge finds in Latin America and Africa as well as expanded LNG infrastructure are expected to come online soon. Coupled with this new emerging supply is the increasing adoption of gas for vehicles, power generation, and other applications, potentially growing the share of gas in the global energy mix. How are these trends reshaping energy markets worldwide, and what is the likely impact on the sector over the coming decade?


Moderator:
Grant Porter, Vice-Chairman, Barclays
Panellists:
Leonhard Birnbaum, Member of the Board of Management, E.ON
Jean-Francois Cirelli, President, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, GDF Suez
Leonid Mikhelson, Executive Director, Chairman of the Management Board, Novatek
Alexey Miller, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Management Committee, Gazprom
Alexander Novak, Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation
Harald Schwager, Member of the Board of Executive Directors, BASF
Michael Stoppard, Chief Strategist, Global Gas, IHS Energy
Front row participants:
Roman Panov, Chief Executive Officer, Rusgeology
Grigory Vygon, Director of Energy Centre, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Petr Zolotarev, Executive Director of CNG Project, Russian Maсhines Corporation

Highlights

“The signing of a 30-year contract for the supply of 38 billion cubic meters of gas to China is a real breakthrough in the Asia-Pacific Region. This is the foundation for developing the whole of Eastern Siberia and the Fast East.”

Alexander Novak
Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation

“Today multilateral cooperation can have even more of an impact than mere bilateral cooperation! This is especially true for infrastructure projects and projects in energy”.

Boris Titov
Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs Rights Protection of the Russian Federation

“The Asia-Pacific Region is not only the biggest and fastest growing market, it also has an influence on the European, North American and major regional markets.

Alexey Miller
Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Management Committee, Gazprom

“Today multilateral cooperation can have even more of an impact than mere bilateral cooperation! This is especially true for infrastructure projects and projects in energy.”

Boris Titov
Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs Rights Protection of the Russian Federation

“Russia’s Far East has rich natural resources, great port infrastructure, and all the necessary technological capabilities. If you combine this with the investment possibilities and manufacturing capabilities in northeastern China, we could create new competitive advantages”.

Hao Lu
Governor, Heilongjiang Provincial People's Government

“Russia’s Far East has rich natural resources, great port infrastructure, and all the necessary technological capabilities. If you combine this with the investment possibilities and manufacturing capabilities in northeastern China, we could create new competitive advantages.”

Hao Lu
Governor, Heilongjiang Provincial People's Government

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