PE Media EventsFalse
6 December 2021

Petroleum Economist will host the 3rd edition of LNG to Power North America in Houston on 6 December 2021.

Join us in person on 6 December 2021 to enjoy extended networking sessions with your peers and engage with high level panel discussions covering topics including:

  • Pacific Coast vs Atlantic Coast economics
  • Associated gas availability if shale producers chase value over volume and how that might impact feed gas costs
  • Trading & Pricing
  • Green LNG
  • Investor appetite
3 June 2021

Alternative fuels—any fuel that is not derived from conventional fossil fuels—will play a key role in the energy transition as more and more countries commit to decarbonisation and net-zero targets. Transition Economist, in association with professional services firm PwC, is pleased to present an exclusive roundtable exploring the role of alternative fuels and the pathways to commercial viability.

A significant investment in alternative fuels is needed to achieve the goals set out in the Paris Agreement, and this topic will undoubtedly play a part in discussions at this year’s Cop26 meeting in November.

Join our select panel for an in-depth discussion on topics including:
• What are the realistic alternative fuel options, and where can they best be applied?
• What fuel mixes and technologies will be most cost-effective for achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement?
• Financing the transition - key finance providers and how to scale the technologies needed
• International collaboration is key. What support is needed to achieve a cost-competitive hydrogen value chain?

This discussion is moderated by Will Jackson-Moore, Global Private Equity, Real Assets and Sovereign Funds Leader, PwC.

Panellists: Juergen Peterseim, Senior Manager, PwC
Helena Anderson, Co-Founder and COO, Ikigai Capital
Shiva Dustdar, Head of Division, Innovation Finance Advisory, European Investment Bank
Matt Williamson, VP Blue Hydrogen, bp
Chris Johnson, CEO, HyCap

12 October 2021

Petroleum Economist will host the 3rd edition of LNG to Power EMEA in London on 12 October 2021.

Join us in person to enjoy extended networking sessions with your peers, and engage with high level panel discussions covering topics including:

• How does the role of gas-fired power change as both coal and nuclear retirements and renewables penetration accelerate?

• Does Europe need more long-term LNG for its power sector as domestic supply flexibility reduces?

• The EU’s big east/west gas divide

• Gas- and LNG-to-power's role in the energy mix as vital to the electrification of Africa

20 September 2021

Hydrogen Economist will host a half day event in person in Dubai focusing on the opportunities and developments across the MENA region in the burgeoning hydrogen economy. Extended networking sessions will offer a chance to meet contacts and peers old and new, and high level panel discussions will offer engaging and insightful content.

With thanks to our sponsors:

Official Partner: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Official Legal Partner: Shearman & Sterling

Official Banking & Finance Partner: Standard Chartered Bank

Venue: Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai, 8am-1pm, Monday 20 September

0800-0900 Registration & Networking Breakfast

0900-0905 Welcome, John Royall, CEO, Gulf Energy Information

0905-0955 Panel 1: MENA’s hydrogen potential; why MENA stands to win the green hydrogen race

The MENA region enjoys some of the world’s best solar and wind resources, which is crucial to producing green hydrogen. The production of green hydrogen in MENA will support local industrial and socioeconomic development, including job creation. This is an opportunity for MENA to undergo historic chance in its role and position as a potentially dominant player in the emerging hydrogen economy. The NEOM project is a global flagship venture, but is not the only opportunity for hydrogen development in the region.

Moderator: Dan Feldman, Shearman & Sterling

Panellist: Robin Mills, CEO, Qamar Energy

Panellist: Lina Osman, Regional Head of Sustainable Finance for Africa and MENAP, Standard Chartered Bank

0955-1025 Coffee Break

1030-1115 Panel 2: Lessons learned from other regions

Many regions around the world are exploring the development of a hydrogen economy, and there are a number of lessons to be learned from experiences in other territories. From APAC, Japan and Australia have a number of blue and green hydrogen projects, and when we look to Europe, we can see the EU’s Green Deal driving the acceleration of hydrogen in the energy transition as one of the routes to achieving the nation’s net-zero targets.

Moderator: Robin Mills, CEO, Qamar Energy

Panellist: Hatem Shoukry, Vice President MENA Region – NEXT Energy Business, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries EMEA

Panellist: Kohei Toyoda, Chief Representative for the Middle East, Dubai Representative Office, Japan Bank for International Cooperation

1115-1145 Coffee Break

1150-1235 Panel 3: Project finance and regulatory issues
 How much appetite do lenders have to participate in early projects? Does project scale make a difference?
• What will project finance lenders expect to see in the structuring of low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia projects?
• How important is ECA involvement in the decision-making of commercial banks to lend to early projects?
• How can lenders and investors get comfortable with regulatory uncertainty in the early low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia market?

Moderator: David Friedman, Business Development Manager, Kpler

Panellist: Dan Feldman, Shearman & Sterling

Panellist: Anuj Chabra, Executive Director, Project & Export Finance, Standard Chartered Bank

 

Registration is now closed.

19 January 2022

Petroleum Economist will host the 2nd edition of LNG to Power APAC in Singapore in February 2022.

Join us in person to enjoy extended networking sessions with your peers and engage with high level panel discussions covering topics including:

  • Can the region go straight from coal to renewables, by-passing gas/LNG?
  • Will LNG-to-power demand growth by threatened by supply security concerns in the largest potential markets?
  • Can the LNG fleet respond sufficiently quickly to the sort of supply and demand growth numbers forecast, especially as most of this growth is relatively long-haul?

 

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