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  1. 1. Book by 28th February to receive £300 off the conference price Book by 31st March to receive £100 off the conference price SMi present their 5th annual conference... Gas Storage 2011 Extracting Commercial Value from Gas Storage in a Security of Supply World Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th June 2011 Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, UK KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE • James Lawson, Head of Sales and Marketing, Centrica Storage Ltd • Giuseppina Squicciarini, Head of Regulatory Economics (GB Markets), OFGEM • Christina Barrasi, Senior Manager Legal & regulatory Affairs, Eurogas • Thierry Rouaud, General Secretary, Cedigaz • Willem Coppoolse, Head of Capacity Development Transmission Storage and LNG Terminals, GDF Suez • Bruno Leray, Managing Director, Storengy • Daniel Urban, Manager Regulatory Affairs, RWE Gas Storage s.r.o • Adri Pols, Commercial Manager Bergermeer Gas Storage, TAQA • Grayson Nash, Executive Chairman, Independent Resources PLC • Dr Thomas Starlinger, Attorney at Law, Fiebinger Polak Leon Rechtsanwalte • Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies • Andrew Moorfield, Director Oil & Gas, Lloyds Banking Group • Keith Bainbridge, Partner, RS Platou LLP • Steven Robertson, Director, Douglas Westwood • Eric Amantini, Head of Subsurface Technologies, GEOSTOCK Key topics to be addressed: • The market dynamics and future of gas storage • Assessing the effects of seasonal fluctuations in demand and future storage capacity • Regulatory considerations including regional approaches • Financing the security of supply and funding long term gas shortage • The LNG angle Sponsored by PLUS A HALF DAY INTERACTIVE POST–CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Gas Storage and Structured Finance: Working capital and Investment Wednesday 29th June 2011, London, UK 8.30am – 12.30pm In association with Lloyds Corporate Markets Oil & Gas Group REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.gas-storage-event.com Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
  2. 2. GAS STORAGE 2011 Day One | Monday 27th June 2011 www.gas-stora OVERVIEW With the importance of securing reliable energy sources the value attached to gas storage facilities will continue to rise. The focus of this conference will allow you to gain an understanding of the key developments in gas storage in areas such as: engineering, commercial prospects, development of infrastructure, regulation and the energy supply outlook. Join and network with your peers and experts at the 5th annual Gas Storage conference for interactive debate and in-depth discussion of the most pressing issues facing the industry.8.30 Registration and Coffee Developing Onshore Storage Assets9.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 1.50 Case study: The Rivara Project Moves Ahead Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy • Market dynamics: The Italian energy land-bridge Studies • Merchant Storage: Value and Performance is crucial • The future of Rivara Grayson Nash, Executive Chairman, Independent Resources PLC9.10 OFGEM KEYNOTE: Storage Development and Investment in the Current Economic Climate The Legal Perspective • The risks and opportunities • Regulation and its impact on the investment 2.30 Legal Aspects of Gas Storage in a Changing Environment • Market related prerequisites for facilitating investment • Developments in European gas storage legislation • What makes storage competitive? • Update on storage contract law Giuseppina Squicciarini, Head of Regulatory Economics (GB Markets), • How the third package will affect European operators OFGEM Dr Thomas Starlinger, Attorney at Law, Fiebinger Polak Leon Rechtsanwalte The Global Perspective 3.10 Afternoon tea9.50 Gas Storage – the Global View The European Outlook • Global trends • Global Facilities in operation 3.40 Outlook for European Gas Markets – A Scenario-Based Approach • Future projects by region: • Review of the macroeconomic energy sector drivers - Europe • Considerations and assumptions – including impact of LNG, Polish - Asia-Pacific Shale Gas, Nabucco. - Former Soviet Union • Outlook and implications – expectations for gas markets under each - The Americas scenario • Projected industry developments • Conclusions Thierry Rouaud, General Secretary, Cedigaz Steven Robertson, Director, Douglas Westwood10.30 Morning Coffee The LNG Perspective11.00 Flexibility in the Power Markets and the Future Role of Gas Storage 4.20 Does the EU really understand LNG? • Does the TPA really need to be waived? • State of the current storage market • How many more LNG import terminals need to be built? • Long term storage capacity • Should the IOCs have any control/capacity & what is the optimum • Increasing flexibility in the relationship between the power markets capacity? and storage • How does gas storage capacity compare with LNG storage capacity? Willem Coppoolse, Head of Capacity Development Transmission Keith Bainbridge, Partner Gas, RS Platou LLP Storage and LNG Terminals, GDF Suez 5.00 Panel Discussion – The Role of Gas Storage in Security of Supply The Regulatory Outlook • Future supply and ability to fulfil demand • Seasonality and effect on gas storage11.40 European Supply & Regulatory Update • Increased use of storage in trading • Supply flexibility and market liquidity • LNG vs. UGS as a means of securing supply • Regulatory developments Moderator: Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy • Central European regional regulatory initiative Studies • Ensuring compliance Confirmed Panellists: • Moving into the open gas market Keith Bainbridge, Partner Gas, Platou LNG Cristina Barassi, Senior Manager Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Adri Pols, Commercial Director, TAQA Eurogas Matt Monteverde, Editor European Natural Gas, Argus Media12.20 Networking lunch – Kindly Sponsored by Storengy 5.40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Register online at www.gas-storage-event.com • Alternatively fax your registratio Supported by Energy Global Energy Global www.energyglobal.com www.energyglobal.com
  3. 3. GAS STORAGE 2011age-event.com Day Two | Tuesday 28th June 2011 8.30 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 1.50 Promoting the Provision of Capacity and Investment Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy • The need for EU gas storage/increased flexibility in the coming Studies decades • Parameters driving the decision to build new storage capacity • How to promote investment in gas storage facilities 9.10 Keynote Presentation: • Future projects, regional markets and the client case studies Gas Storage Development and Opportunities in Europe • Who is going to invest? • European gas storage market - Overview Senior Representative, Dong Energy* • Gas Storage development and opportunities • European legislative framework Project Case Studies • European gas storage market: main issues James Lawson, Head of Sales and Marketing, Centrica Storage 2.30 Developments in the Bergermeer Gas Storage Project • Background and update on developments Funding Investments and the Market Perspective • Bergermeer trading products offering explained • Projected storage capacity and impact on European stocks • Importance of strategic partnerships in project development 9.50 Accessing Project Funding Streams and Maximising Access to Local Adri Pols, Commercial Manager Bergermeer Gas Storage, TAQA Markets • Current state of global structured finance 3.10 Afternoon tea • How to access project finance and importance of relationships • Opportunities & threats in future energy markets 3.40 Future Demand for Gas Storage in Central and Eastern Europe: • Utilising financial partnerships to access local markets Factoring in Markets, New Pipelines and Security of Supply Policies • Client case study • How will the increasingly liquid gas markets and new ways of Andrew Moorfield, Director Oil & Gas, Lloyds Banking Group transporting gas to Europe influence demand for and investment in gas storage in CEE? • Stimulating demand by making gas storage more attractive to users 10.30 Morning Coffee • What will be the impact of the EU’s new security of supply framework? 11.00 Gas Storage, Economics and Regulation Daniel Urban, Manager Regulatory Affairs, RWE Gas Storage s.r.o • The Storengy experience - gas storage developments • Technical considerations Seasonality and Future Outlook • The wider economic focus • Regulatory considerations 4.20 The UK Gas Market - Storage needs for Seasonality and Wind Bruno Leray, Managing Director, Storengy Intermittency to 2025 • Supply demand outlook and seasonal dynamics. • The Impact of Demand uncertainty and Global LNG availability 11.30 Case Study: The development of Loenhout UGS • Seasonal Storage: new capacity vs. reliance on Interconnectors and • Presentation of Loehnout UGS in Belgium Gas Grid pipeline import seasonality. • Historic overview of the facility • Wind Intermittency: The impact on gas generation and fast acting • Example of new production wells drilled underbalanced under gas storage requirements. • Future development Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Eric Amantini, Head of Subsurface Technologies, GEOSTOCK Studies 12.20 Networking lunch – Kindly Sponsored by Storengy 5.00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Conference *Subject to Final Confirmationon to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your companys marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Punita Halladey, SMi Sponsorship on +44 (0)207 827 6128 or email: phalladey@smi-online.co.uk
  4. 4. HALF DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Wednesday 29th June 2011 8.30am – 12.30pm Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, UKGas Storage and Structured Finance: Working capital and Investment In association withSession OverviewThis unique workshop, hosted by Lloyds CorporateMarkets Oil & Gas Group will enable the attendee toexplore both the opportunities and benefits of accessingproject finance in the energy sector. Drawing upon Lloydsextensive experience of project management, technicaland financial support the delegate will be able to exploreboth the opportunities and threats to gas storagedevelopments in the post credit crunch world.Agenda8.30 Coffee and workshop registration9.00 Workshop opens10.30 How has the debt crunch changed the structures in the market for new construction of storage facilities and ongoing capital expenditure?11.00 Morning coffee12.30 What options are available for working capital or inventory financing for seasonal storage?12.40 Close of conferenceAbout the Workshop Leader Andrew Moorfield Managing Director & Global Head of Oil & Gas Andrew joined Lloyds Banking Group in 2006, prior to this he was Managing Directorand Co-Head of General Industrials at Bank of AmericaEMEA, with responsibility for the Basic Materials sector.He joined Bank of America in 2001 after working atCitibank and Diageo plc in Europe and Asia.Andrew has an Economics Degree (Hons) from theUniversity of Melbourne and an MBA from the WhartonSchool.About Lloyds Corporate Markets Oil & GasOur specialist Oil & Gas team has an outstandingreputation in this sector, boasting market leading in-house technical expertise and a principal market positionin the UK North Sea.We leverage this expertise in order to give you the bestpossible quality of service and financial solutions. FromMajors to Independents, Service Providers to Traders, wehave exceptional deal structuring capabilities and are wellplaced to help you meet your business goals.www.lloydsbankcorporatemarkets.com
  5. 5. GAS STORAGE 2011 Sponsored by Storengy UK Storengy, a subsidiary of GDF SUEZ, is the second largest European storage operator.Storengy UK has started the construction of StublachGas Storage Project in Cheshire, to develop 28 saltcavities with a capacity of 400 mcm. Storengy UK willoffer a broad range of storage services to interestedparties. www.storengy.com TAQA (Abu Dhabi National Energy Company) www.bergermeergas storage.com is a global energy company majority owned by the Abu Dhabi Government. Our activities include oil and gas, power generation and waterdesalination across five continents. In the Netherlandswe are developing the Bergermeer Gas Storage facility,strengthening the energy security and infrastructure ofNorthwest Europe with a reliable supply of natural gas.www.taqaglobal.com SMi ENERGY FORWARD PLANNER 2011 Conferences: FEBRUARY E&P Information and Data Management 7th – 8th February, London Oil and Gas Pipelines 23rd – 24th February, London MARCH Unconventional Gas 16th – 17th March, London Oil and Gas Field Services 22nd – 23rd March, London Oil and Gas Telecommunications 23rd – 24th March, London Legal Issues in Oil and Gas – The African Challenge 28th – 29th March, London APRIL Energy Efficiency 11th – 12th April, London MAY Oil and Gas Taxation 9th – 10th May, London Nuclear Services and Supply Chain 11th – 12th May, London European Demand Response and Critical Peak Pricing Forum 18th – 19th May, London JUNE Gasification 6th – 7th June, London Biogas 13th – 14th June, London Smart Grids 15th – 16th June, London Onshore E&P 20th – 21st June, London Gas Storage 27th – 28th June, London www.smi-online.co.uk
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