What is the European Gas Conference?
The European Gas Conference (EGC) is the most important, geopolitical discussion in the midstream gas calendar. With Europe’s main supplier, Gazprom and hosts OMV officially supporting the gathering, this is the only platform which brings the most senior gas decision-makers from Western and Eastern European markets.
Given the short term challenges created by COVID-19; the medium term issues of developing pipeline infrastructure and the increasing impact of LNG impact on the continent; and the long-term introduction of Hydrogen and the European Commission’s Green Deal, EGC has never been so relevant for the outlook of gas.
We have now begun the important steps to make our 2021 edition the best yet with our Executive Advisory Board set to meet in July.
2021 Advisory Board
Strategy & Energy Consultant, South-Court Ltd and Senior Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Hours of networking
Hours of unique and dedicated content
Countries in attendance
“EGC has evolved towards one of the leading conferences in Europe. Key is the professionalism of the organizing team. Respect!.”
“EGC is one of the most important energy events which I include in my diary as it is extremely well organised,business like and where
one can meet the top players from many countries.”
“The conference has a great collection of speakers, a packed schedule on the most important topics facing the industry and leaves
enough time for networking. The dinner at the palace was the cherry on the cake”
“Even in a difficult year for the industry, this year’s EGC managed to surpass expectations”
“This years EGC was really exciting with the green deal being the dominant factor. Thanks for organizing it!”
2020 Gold Sponsor
2020 Silver Sponsors
2020 Bronze Sponsors
“A great cocktail to kick-start the year: high level attendance, right size to exchange with participants, program covering the whole value chain of gas…”
“It combines top experts, latest news and informed discussion – also first class networking”
“The content on the LNG and future of gas were excellent. The networking was also good.”