The Outlook for Gas: short-term evolution, long-term revolution?
1:00 PM 25 October - 4:00 PM 26 October 2018
BIEE , Prince Philip House 3 Carlton House Terrace London ,SW1Y 5DG, United Kingdom
An evolution in changing uses for gas, institutional reforms, technological change, and geopolitics are all driving gas demand and supply – globally, across Europe and here in the UK. But will these incremental developments usher in a future of radical changes and transformation? What are the drivers, path dependences, and tipping points of any potential revolution? We have a set of leading experts who will consider the interplay between aspects of gas market development, in the short- and long-term. In addition, the seminar will feature the annual UK gas winter outlook from National Grid.
13.15 Welcome and introduction – Mallika Ishwaran, Shell Scenarios Team and BIEE Council Member
13.20 The outlook for gas: short-term evolution, long-term revolution?
- Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Head of gas analysis, BP; ‘BP’s energy outlook and its implications for natural gas’
- Chi Kong Chyong, Research Associate & Director of Energy Policy Forum, Energy Policy Research Group, University of Cambridge; ‘UK & European gas markets: taking stock and looking forward’
- Richard Howard, Research Director, Aurora Energy Research; ‘Aurora’s “Burn Out” scenario: Implications of rapid digitalisation, electrification and efficiency enhancement for global and UK gas markets’
14.40 Audience debate moderated by Valery Chow, Senior Energy Adviser, Shell Scenarios Team
15.20 UK gas winter outlook Presentation and Q&A
- Simon Durk, Market Insights Manager, National Grid
The meeting will be held at Prince Philip House 3 Carlton House Terrace.
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Registration will start at 13.00