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Demand side improvements in energy efficiency & energy savings in plants & facilities for asset & energy intensive industries

2012 will be probably one of the most difficult years to forecast for some time. Concerns remain about the changing business environment and the slowdown in the global economy.
Global competition (mainly from BRIC Countries), maturing markets, over-capacity plants, increasing environmental pressure, and rising raw material prices continue to challenge the profitability of asset intensive industries such as steel, glass, chemical, pulp & paper, cement, oil & gas, petrochemicals / refineries, food, pharmaceuticals, metals, iron & steel and aluminium.
Foreseeable shortage of raw materials, rising production costs and oligopolies in the electricity sector, for example, contribute to a significant extent in the steadily rising energy prices. Increasing energy demand, global climate change, and constrained energy supplies are likely to impact how energy affects business in the future. If energy prices also rise dramatically, due to increased demand and constrained supply, business impacts will include reduced profits due to high operating costs and loss of competitiveness in energy intensive businesses. Excessive energy costs directly reduce the company's balance sheet. At the same time for the protection of the environment it is urgently needed to reduce the amount of CO2 emissions. Who against this background, decides to save energy, will not only reduce operating costs but also provides the foundation for sustainable competitiveness of their company.
The efficient use of energy is, today and in the future, a key competitive factor for asset intensive and in these regard energy intensive companies. Systematic energy management helps to reduce energy consumption significantly and counteract rising energy costs. This includes efficient energy controlling, as well as economic use of energy and the best possible energy procurement. But long lasting success can only be achieved if these various measures are integrated into a stable organisational infrastructure and a target-oriented process.
In this regard, the ener.CON Europe 2012 will focus and discuss with leading companies from more than 30 countries strategic approaches and operational improvements in energy efficiency & savings in plants & facilities (demand side) for asset intensive industries.

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  • 1. EUROPE 2012ASSET INTENSIVE INDUSTRIESDemand side improvements in energy efficiency &energy savings in plants & facilities for asset & energyintensive industries15 TH – 16 TH March 2012 | Pullman Berlin SchweizerhofMore than 15 Case Studies | World CafÉ session |Morning Session | IceBreaker Sessionhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Researched & Developed by
  • 2. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof OVerview ener.con Europe 2012 SPeakers Main Topics Lawrence Evans, General Manager Diagnostic and > Increasing energy efficiency through systematic energy Performance Department, CTG, management in asset intensive industries Italcementi Group / Italy > Total plant asset management & energy efficiency Steve Rowlan, General Manager of Environmental Affairs, > A comprehensive approach to energy management – How Nucor Corporation / USA to win the ENERGY STAR AWARD for the best energy management program in North America Mario Don Porto Carero, Senior Principal Engineer HVAC, > Presentation of the 1st LEED® certified chemical plant in LEED AP, Worldwide Engineering & Technical Operations, Europe and integration of the concept in other plants world- Johnson & Johnson / Belgium wide Dieter Kramer, Managing Director, > Technology transfer from one plant to another to expand an Sandoz Industrial Products GmbH, Frankfurt am Main / energy efficiency program Germany > Implementation of the ISO 50001 certification in an overall Michele Mazza, Global Energy Leader - Building Materials total plant asset management framework Group, > Energy efficiency, asset care excellence and totally integra- Owens Corning / USA ted automation (TIA) > Ranking, implementing, monitoring and communication of Erik Stenback (MSc.), CTO, Energy Specialist, improvement measures with a certified energy management ArcelorMittal / Belgium system Steve Coppinger, Director, Energy Services, > Cogeneration and improved use of waste heat in production CalPortland Company / USA to increase energy efficiency Dr. Klaus Harste, Chairman of the Board of Directors, > Energy audits, energy measurements, management of peak Saarstahl AG, Germany & low demands and integration in an automation concept > Development of energy optimised waste gas collection Dr. Malte Homann, Director Global Production Efficiency systems Programs, > Integration of energy efficiency in design & construction of Bayer MaterialScience AG / Germany production plants Carl Christiaens, Director, Global Energy Manager, > Energy-Saving Partnerships in industrial parks / Energy Novelis Inc / Belgium project financing John Yagel, Director, Corporate Productivity Director, > Improvement in Materials, Pumps, Fans, Lightings, Com- Douglas Ilioff, Energy Master Champion, pressors, Mills, Heating, Cooling, Machinery, Air Pressure W. R. Grace and Company / USA > Lean Six Sigma (LSS) continuous improvement philosophies, TPM & energy efficiency Carsten Schmidt, Marketing Management, > Pipe insulation and insulation technology Dr. Martin Kruska, Head Business Development Energy & Environmental Services, Siemens AG / Germany Primary Partner Roberto Bertelli, Regional Manager, AB Energy Spa / Italy Torsten Kallweit, Head of Corporate Environment, Voith GmbH / Germany Tobias Ruta, Marketingmanager Energiemanagement, Business PartnerS Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG / Germany Steve Offer, European Industrial Energy Business Development, Emerson Process Management / UK Wolfgang Volkhausen, Head of Air Quality Protection Department, ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG / Germany Bart Adams, Principal Consultant Climate Change Services, Head of Unit Energy Efficiency Management, DNV Belgium NV / Belgium Tobias Zaers, Head of Technical Department / HSEQ, Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services GmbH / Germany Philippe Legile, EMEA Regional Energy Director, MSD / France Oliver Prietze, Senior Director Global Sales & Marketing, Energy Audits, OSRAM Lighting Services / Germany Mladen Jakovcic, Director of BU Technical Services, Hrvoje Glamuzina, Head of the Project Management Department, PLIVA Croatia Ltd / Group Member of Teva / Croatia Paul Hughes, Lead Consultant, ABB Consulting Ltd / UK Johannes Penzkofer, Geschäftsführer, G.C.E. Energy Consulting GmbH / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 2 / 10
  • 3. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof OVerview ener.con Europe 2012Contents Primary PartnerP. 2 | Overview Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global powerhouse in electronics and Speakers electrical engineering, operating in the fields of industry, energy and healthcare as Main Topics well as providing infrastructure solutions, primarily for cities and metropolitan areas.P. 3 | Overview For over 160 years, Siemens has stood for technological excellence, innovation, Business Partners quality, reliability and internationality. The company is the world’s largest providerP. 4 | Overview + Icebreaker of environmental technologies. Around 40 percent of its total revenue stems References from green products and solutions. In fiscal 2011, which ended on September Icebreaker Session 30, 2011, revenue from continuing operations totaled €73.5 billion and incomeP. 5-7 | Conference Day 1 from continuing operations €7.0 billion. At the end of September 2011, Siemens Challenge your Peers had around 360,000 employees worldwide on the basis of continuing operations. Evening Session Further information is available on the Internet at: http://www.siemens.com.P. 7-9 | Conference Day 2 Morning Session Siemens AG | Industry Automation Division World Café Gleiwitzer Str. 555 | 90475 Nuremberg, Germany Phone: +49 (0)911 895-0 www.siemens.com Business PartnerS ABB Consulting Daresbury Park Business Centre, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4BT, UK Phone: +44 (0)1925 741111 | Fax: +44 (0)1925 741212 www.abb.com/consulting OSRAM AG Hellabrunner Strasse 1 | 81543 Munich, Germany Phone: +49 (0)89 6213-0 | Fax: +49 (0)89 6213-2020 www.osram.com Emerson Process Management GmbH & Co. OHG Rheinische Str. 2 | 42781 Haan, Germany Phone: +49 (0)2129 553-0 | Fax: +49 (0)2129 553-100 www.emersonprocess.com Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG Colmarer Straße 6 | 79576 Weil am Rhein, Germany Phone: +49 (0)7621 9 75 01 | Fax: +49 (0)7621 9 75 55 5 www.endress.com Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services GmbH Gneisenaustr. 15 | 80992 Munich, Germany Phone: +49 (0)89 14998-0 | Fax: +49 (0)89 14998-150 www.bis.bilfinger.com DNV Belgium NV Dubiossstraat 39 | 2060 Antwerpen, Belgium Phone: +32 (0)3 206 65 40 | Fax: +32 (0)3 231 67 45 www.dnv.com we.CONECT business peers Take advantage of solution-oriented individual meetings that we can arrange with these partners before and during the conference. Media PartnerS EUROPE 2012 Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 3 / 10
  • 4. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof aGENDA ICEBREAKER Session | Wednesday, 14th March 2012 we.CONECT ICEBREAKER Our Icebreaker Session consists of small Round Tables with speakers, business partners and attendees where the audience will discuss the main challenges and cutting edge topics of the conference in a relaxed atmosphere. Glass in hand, make your way around our Round Tables and get to know each other. Enjoy food and drinks at the opening of the conference, break the ice and get the show on the road. 20.00 | we.CONECT ask the leaders Pre-conference drinks and Icebreaker Round Tables with speakers, business partners & participants ICEBREAKER Round Table Group wide Energy Management at ArcelorMittal ‒ How to use the size of the organization as a lever > You cannot improve what you cannot measure > Benchmarking: A great tool for identifying opportunities and solutions > Sharing expertise through a strong network of peers > A good energy performance is not just about technology Erik Stenback (MSc.), CTO, Energy Specialist, ArcelorMittal / Belgium REFERENCES OF OUR PAST conferences “I would like to congratulate you for the professionalism of your organization and all the special sessions you organized in order to generate discussions between attendees and get to know each other.“ Philippe Heim, HSE - Operational Safety, TOTAL Refining & Chemicals Belgium “Well organized and excellent combination of topics.“ Thomas Gronauer, Head of Project Management Office, Bayer Bitterfeld GmbH “Very interesting, professional organized event with competent and international presence.“ Tobias Zaers, Zentralbereichsleiter Technik / HSEQ, Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services GmbH “I certainly enjoyed the sections and sessions – Top Organisation & Conference!“ Kaveh Pourteymour, CIO – Global Refining and International Businesses, BP “Good and sufficiently enough dense to our focus persons by using the many opportunities for mutual communication.“ Dr. Roger Wenige, Global Industry Manager Chemical – Petrochemical Industry, Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG EUROPE 2012 Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 4 / 10
  • 5. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Thursday, 15th March 2012 8.00 | Registration with coffee and tea 8.30 | Welcome and introduction by we.CONECT and the Chairman Chairman: Johannes Penzkofer, G.C.E. Energy Consulting GmbH / Germany Opening Speech: Dr. Martin Kruska, Siemens AG / Germany we.CONECT Strategy Track (1) Integrated strategies and systems for holistic corporate energy efficiency management / Increasing energy efficiency through systematic energy management in asset intensive industries 9.00 | Case Study + Live Demo Managing Energy Efficiency in the Production – A Leading Example from the Chemical Industry – Live Demo > Preparing the field: Raising awareness and communicate importance of energy efficiency by motivated expert teams acting global > Systematic identification of sustainable energy savings potentials in all relevant productions > Ranking, implementing, monitoring and communication of improvement measures with STRUCTese®, the certified energy management system developed in-house > Practical examples for savings ranging from sharing best practice in existing operations to managing technology shifts with new technologies Dr. Malte Homann, Director Global Production Efficiency Programs, Bayer MaterialScience AG / Germany 9.40 | Winner Energy Star 2011 | Case Study CalPortland’s comprehensive approach to energy management – How the energy efficiency program has saved the company more than $6 million since its inception – and won the ENERGY STAR AWARD for the best energy management program in North America for Strategic Energy Management in the Cement Industry > Discussion of CalPortland’s approach to creating and continuously improving its corporate-wide energy program > Discussion of how CalPortland created an energy management culture within their company > How the company worked with vendors, customers, utilities, government agencies and local communities to leverage the benefits of energy management > Steps the U.S. cement industry has taken to significantly improve energy efficiency > Review of energy management resources available in the U.S. Steve Coppinger, Director, Energy Services, CalPortland Company /USA 10.20 | Case Study How to implement and integrate a corporate global energy management system – Challenges in changing & transformation of the culture @ Grace > Energy Strategy > Leader Engagement > Good Investments > Beyond Just Engineering John Yagel, Director, Corporate Productivity Director, W. R. Grace and Company / USA Douglas Ilioff, Energy Master Champion, W. R. Grace and Company / UK 11.00 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone we.CONECT Best Practice Track (1) Energy Efficiency & Total Plant Asset Management 11.30 | Case Study Energy Efficiency & Total Plant Asset Management – Best practices from plants in Germany & China > Strategy and approach for energy management for total plants > Energy efficiency of existing buildings and infrastructure > Integration of energy management to planning and construction phase > Energy management in Germany and China ‒ Are there differences? > Best Practices Torsten Kallweit, Head of Corporate Environment, Voith GmbH / Germany 12.10 | Case Study After the Audit: Issues and Obstacles confronting Energy Reduction programmes and how to overcome them > Financial, organisational and technical barriers to improved Energy Efficiency > A structured approach to overcome these barriers Paul Hughes, Lead Consultant, ABB Consulting Ltd / UK Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 5 / 10
  • 6. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Thursday, 15th March 2012 12.50 | Lunch with Networking Zone we.CONECT Challenge your peers – What would you do? In up to six round tables, each with six moderators, the participants interact, describe & discuss their specific issues, approaches and solutions regarding the conference topic. we.CONECT finds out in advance with a special inquiry approach the most important issues facing the participants. 13.50 | Parallel Round Tables Based on your input from the delegate checklist, we will create a round table session involving an interactive discussion with your peers. The topics that will be discussed on-site will be announced 3 weeks before the event begins. Round Table 1 Energy efficieny improvements, Six Sigma, KPI‘s, Benchmarking Energy Efficiency as a part of Productivity, Implementation of Projects John Yagel, Director, Corporate Productivity Director, W. R. Grace and Company / USA Round Table 2 Cogeneration, Heat Recovery, Plumbing & Heating, Supervision Systems & Tools, Standardization of processes to reach energy efficiency Roberto Bertelli, Regional Manager, AB Energy Spa / Italy Round Table 3 Ressource Management, Budget management for energy improvements, new ideas to initiate energy efficiency projects Philippe Legile, EMEA Regional Energy Director, MSD / France 14.50 | Case Study Implementing the ISO 50001 certification in an overall total plant asset management framework > Asset management & Energy Efficiency & Quality > Standardization as a tool for asset performance optimization > Energy Management System provides significant cost reductions > Relationship between PAS 55-1,2/2008 (Asset Management) & ISO 50001 (Energy management systems) & ISO 9000 Mladen Jakovcic, Director of BU Technical Services, PLIVA Croatia Ltd / Group Member of Teva Hrvoje Glamuzina, Head of the Project Management Department, PLIVA Croatia Ltd / Group Member of Teva 15.30 | Solution Study Sustainable Energy Management – Powerhouse control and optimisation > Fuel costs rising, more regulation, profitability being squeezed; as part of your energy management program, Emerson has the solutions to ensure compliance, whilst increasing business performance > Energy management is not just a good practice; it’s good business practice Steve Offer, European Industrial Energy Business Development, Emerson Process Management / UK 16.10 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone 16.40 | Case Study Application of Carbon Footprinting Methodology for Process Efficiency Improvements in Biotechnological API Production > Carbon Footprint Methodology (PCF) – Background & process steps > Emission model for pharmaceutical intermediate > Use of the model: Identification of emission hot-spots & scenario analysis > Examples for process improvements (Novartis Energy Award 2011 Dieter Kramer, Managing Director, Sandoz Industrial Products GmbH, Frankfurt am Main / Germany we.CONECT Strategy Track (2) Energy efficiency planning in the design and construction of production plants 17.20 | Case Study Energy-efficient lighting solutions for industrial buildings – Special Video Presentation > Energy audit: Analysis of your current lighting installation > Energy and operation cost savings of >50 % with a payback of 2-5 years > Total lighting solutions with efficient luminaires, innovative light sources and intelligent lighting control > Turnkey project management and financing options Oliver Prietze, Senior Director Global Sales & Marketing, Energy Audits, OSRAM Lighting Services / Germany Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 6 / 10
  • 7. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof aGENDA Conference Day 1 | Thursday, 15th March 2012 we.CONECT Strategy Track (2) Energy efficiency planning in the design and construction of production plants 18.00 | Case Study The Johnson & Johnson energy efficiency journey – The 1st LEED® certified chemical plant in Europe and integration of the concept in other plants worldwide > What is LEED® about? – Brief introduction > How to integrate the 5 sustainability pillars in a project? Influencing the Project Development Process > Green highlights > Lessons learned and strategy for worldwide implementation Mario Don Porto Carero, Senior Principal Engineer HVAC, LEED AP, Worldwide Engineering & Technical Operations, Johnson & Johnson / Belgium 18.40 | Case Study + Closing Speech The Siemens Energy Efficiency Program – Challenges and opportunities of a global corporate approach to energy efficiency > The starting point > Program Elements > Challenges in the Program Implementation > Achievements > The way forward Dr. Martin Kruska, Head Business Development Energy & Environmental Services, Siemens AG / Germany 20.00 | Networking Dinner DINNER in a relaxed atmosphere to conclude the first conference day Restaurant | Cafe des Artistes aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Friday, 16th March 2012 we.CONECT Morning Session Short talks with a thematic focus 8.00 | Solution Study Energy saving potential through optimal pipe insulation and integration in an overall AC (asset care) program Tobias Zaers, Head of Technical Department / HSEQ, Bilfinger Berger Industrial Services GmbH / Germany 8.40 | Welcome and introduction by we.CONECT and the Chairman Chairman: Johannes Penzkofer, G.C.E. Energy Consulting GmbH / Germany 8.50 | Solution Study Management x Technology x Behaviour = Effective Energy Savings > Illustrating an integrated approach that addresses managerial, technological and behavioural solutions by means of industry case studies > Implementing effective energy management based on EN 16001 / ISO 50001 and industry best practices > Systematically identifying financially attractive technological solutions > Changing behaviour by addressing the Energy Culture of an organization Bart Adams, Principal Consultant Climate Change Services, Head of Unit Energy Efficiency Management, DNV Belgium NV / Belgium Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 7 / 10
  • 8. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Friday, 16th March 2012 9.30 | Preparation of the Wold Café we.CONECT World Café The World Café will be initiated with lectures lasting 10 minutes 9.40 | Lecture Solution Café Energy Savings – How do you figure out your performance level? > Comprehensive approach to lever the saving potentials below the surface > Metering and monitoring the energy flows pays out to keep the line > Business process integration into ERP level Tobias Ruta, Marketingmanager Energiemanagement, Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG / Germany 9.50 | Lecture Operational Implementation Café Energy Efficient production – Mapping, Energy Assessment: How to find the right approach? > Heating of buildings with waste heat/district heating > Important to do Energy Mapping – Sankey diagrams > Systematic work by skilled energy „hunters“ > Energy metering and monitoring systems – knowledge is the key factor for success Carl Christiaens, Director, Global Energy Manager, Novelis Inc / Belgium 10.00 | Lecture Strategy Café I Intelligent energy management in production: Continuous, integrated strategies and systems for a holistically optimised and economical energy management > Current situation: Current situation, energy management drivers for end customers and for system integrators > EM products, systems and solutions, realisation of EM > Scalable energy management: Identification of potential savings in the areas of electricity, gas, steam, compressed air, heat and cold > Visualisation of energy data, centralised switching of unneeded consumer both in long and short production times, measurement of peak demands > Continuous energy and materials accounting for the energy production and consumption and systems, polluters and their allocation of energy transfer to ERP systems (such as SAP R / 3) > Energy & totally integrated automation (TIA): Connecting applications to a higher level automation and energy management system Carsten Schmidt, Marketing Management, Siemens AG / Germany Dr. Martin Kruska, Head Business Development Energy & Environmental Services, Siemens AG / Germany 10.10 | Lecture Strategy Café II Energy Efficiency & Energy Management in Asset Intensive Industries (where we stand, what is technically and politically more useful and what are the limits?) Dr. Klaus Harste, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Saarstahl AG / Germany 10.20 | START WORLD CAFÉ | EACH SESSION LASTS 30 MINUTES we.CONECT and the chair open the World Café, explaining the principles and set the World Café etiquette. Solution Café Operational Strategy Café I Strategy Café II Implementation Café 12.20 | World Café Panel Discussion Presentation of the key results of the World Café and the individual interviews 12.40 | Lunch with Networking Zone we.CONECT Best Practice Track (2) Energy Audits & Monitoring – Energy controlling, condition and remote monitoring, continuous monitoring, metering, peak & low demand management 13.50 | Case Study Implementing a certified Energy Management System: Challenges and opportunities along the road to certification > Building on a mature energy program > Internal and external challenges > Buy-in, a continuous process > Impact of market and business conditions > Energy management system integration with existing management system Michele Mazza, Global Energy Leader - Building Materials Group, Owens Corning / USA Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 8 / 10
  • 9. ener .CON Europe 2012 15 th – 16 th March 2012 | Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof aGENDA Conference Day 2 | Friday, 16th March 2012 14.30 | Case Study Energy audits, energy measurements and management of peak & low demands > Energy audits: Global framework and local implementation > Electrical consumption audits as a core approach > Consumption measurement & monitoring through SCADA & Metering Systems > Implications for low and peak demand management > Automatic shutdown management and implications for costs of reliability > Integration in an overall PAM framework as a basic requirement for energy audits, energy measurement and a useful management of peak & low demands Lawrence Evans, General Manager Diagnostic and Performance Department, CTG, Italcementi Group / Italy 15.10 | Refreshment break with Networking Zone 15.40 | Case Study Development of energy optimised waste gas collection systems > Completely new collection system based on the principle of hurricanes as they appear in nature (whirl wind / whirl hood) > 30% reduction of ventilation volume required > High efficiency also when larger distances between source and hood Wolfgang Volkhausen, Head of Air Quality Protection Department, ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG / Germany we.CONECT Strategy Track (3) Energy project financing 16.20 | Case Study Energy project financing – About managing energy investment and return in a pharmaceutical company > Areas of Investment > Employee behaviour and management sponsorship > Project portfolio, average payback & orientating to sustainability > Examples & best practices: Heat recovery, heat storage, cogeneration, air conditionning in pharmaceutical buildings Philippe Legile, EMEA Regional Energy Director, MSD / France 17.00 | Closing words from the chair and end of the conference Media PartnerS Renewable Energy Magazine At the heart of clean energy journalism. Renewable Energy Magazine offers you a global insight into local issues in the clean power space. It provides news, interviews, commentary and other information on the latest developments in renewable energies and energy saving and efficiency technologies with an impact worldwide. www.renewableenergymagazine.com Clean Energy pipeline Clean Energy pipeline, the online daily news and data service, is the leading independent source of information about the clean energy sector. Our news team delivers real-time business news and identifies the latest and most relevant regulatory and policy announcements, investment, M&A and project finance news, new funds and fund closes. This news is supplemented with opinion- pieces based on in-depth interviews with senior-level executives, advisers, investors and policy-makers. Our premium suite of desktop and mobile services provides access to subscription-based business news, transaction data (VC / PE, M&A, project / asset finance and public markets) and a global directory of professionals active in the sector. Clean Energy pipeline also offers customised research and senior-level networking events. www.cleanenergypipeline.com Project Finance International (PFI) Project Finance International (PFI) is the leading source of global project finance intelligence. Published every two weeks, PFI reports on the entire lifecycles of deals, from the initial rumours through to post-completion analysis, and allows you to identify every opportunity in your market while keeping a close eye on your competitors’ activity too. www.pfie.com EUROPE 2012 Researched & Developed byhttp://enercon.we-conect.com Page 9 / 10
  • 10. For more detailed informationabout Our speakers and interactive segmentsplease visithttp://enercon.we-conect.comWe are looking forward to welcoming you! Researched & Developed by