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29 November – 1 December, 2011

Rome Cavalieri, Rome, Italy

Streamlining regulatory policies and commercial

practices to form sustainable gas markets for Europe

The Prestigious 2011 Programme Faculty of

40+ Senior Industry Leaders includes...

Peter Taff,

Independent Consultant & Former

Head of European Gas Operations,

Centrica

Carlo Crea,

Chairman of the VWG

Security of Supply (SoS),

International Confederation

of Energy Regulators

Fabien Favret,

Deputy Vice President, Business

Development Midstream Gas,

EDF

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Dr. Peter Poptchev,

Ambassador at large and Adviser

to the Minister of Economy, Energy

and Tourism, Bulgaria

Mohamed Yousfi,

Chief Executive Officer,

GALSI

Rocio Prieto,

Deputy Director, Gas Directorate,

Spanish National Energy Commission

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With growing concerns about the adoption of a model

for a fully de-carbonised economy in Europe, the

energy industry is looking at natural gas to steer its

future for at least the next several decades. Now that

most European countries and other global regions are

reviewing their choice of energy production from

nuclear and unconventional resources, it is time to

develop, optimise, secure, and realise sustainable

sources of gas supply and avoid risks of dependency

from traditional routes for Europe. This in turn, will not

only increase the development of trade between

countries but also boost competition over gas prices.

In order to create a crucially integrated and competitive

gas market, it is essential to invest in its infrastructure,

form viable interconnections, consolidate commercial

partnerships, align political interests, discuss and

overcome bottlenecks. Regulations and policies need

to be implemented to produce uniformity of law and

trading practices across Europe.

Attend the premier European gas infrastructure event

of 2011 that brings together senior-level decision

makers from gas NOCs/IOCs, pipelines, networks,

terminals, national authorities, regulators, as well

as experts from Europe’s top organisations and

leading-edge, innovative solution providers for

2.5 days of learning, best practice benchmarking,

networking, partnership-building and the best and

the latest thinking in European gas leadership.

We look forward to seeing you in Rome in November.

Yours sincerely

Abi Singh, Conference Director

This forum provides the

unparalleled opportunity to:

Build relationships with the key senior gas

decision-makers who are investing in and

actively building Europe’s infrastructure

Meet people who you know are directly

involved in the development of infrastructure

and interoperability

Participate in a specialist event linked to Gastech,

one of the leading gas events in the world, which

attracts a high-level and exclusive gathering

of senior gas executives hand-picked and invited

from European and multinational organisations

Hear from the programme’s top-shelf faculty

including the world’s foremost thought

leaders on gas infrastructure

Contact: Morteza Ghaffar on +44 (0)203 180 6511,

email mortezaghaffar@dmgevents.com

Our prestigious

2011 programme

faculty includes…

Inge Bernaerts

Head of Unit – Electricity and Gas

European Commission

Sergei Komlev

Head of Directorate, Contract

Structuring and Price Formation,

Gazprom

Alistair Routledge

Managing Director,

Adriatic LNG

Fatih Kolmek

Energy Expert,

Energy Market Regulatory

Authority of Turkey

Annie Krist,

Managing Director,

Gas Transport Services

Dr. Anouk Honore

Senior Research Fellow Natural

Gas Research Programme,

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

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Michael Schmöltzer

Head of the Gas Department,

E-Control

Dr. Stefanie Neveling

Head of Unit for Access to

Gas Transmission Network and

International Gas Trade,

Bundesnetzagentur

Sylvia Elisabeth Beyer

Programme Manager, DG Energy,

Security of Supply and Energy Network,

European Commission

Giorgi Vashakmadze

Director, Corporate Development,

White Stream

Nigel Sisman

Senior Adviser,

ENTSOG

Cynthia Poynter

Director – Midstream,

IHS Energy

Francisco P. de la Flor

Director de Regulation,

Enagás SA

& President,

GLE

Dr. Dirk von Ameln

Permitting Director,

Nord Stream AG

Ana Stanic

Principal,

E&A Law

Peter Hohaus

Policy Advisor, Political Affairs

and Corporate Communications

Global Gas,

E.ON AG

Dr. György Szabó

Chairman,

Falcon Oil & Gas

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Anne-Sophie Corbeau

Senior Gas Expert,

International Energy Agency


Gastech Specialist Events

European Gas Infrastructure

for Interconnectivity and

Interoperability Forum

29 November-1 December 2011 | Rome Cavalieri, Rome, Italy

The European Gas Infrastructure for Interconnectivity,

and Interoperability Forum is designed to review the

technical, commercial, political, and social challenges inherent

in building a well-functioning internal energy market based more

heavily on gas in Europe in the future. There is a huge opportunity

to bring gas to the fore as a key energy resource in Europe but

commitments and investment must be made by both companies

and governments to help build the infrastructure and relationships

that will be required in order to make this a reality.

The Forum will give stakeholders from all sides of the spectrum

an opportunity to interact with each other, build partnerships and

drive forward developments that will help build the foundations to

bring gas, as a major source of energy and ultimately overtaking

other less environmentally-friendly fuel resources, to Europe in

the near future.

The format of this event has been specifically designed

to be highly interactive, with a major emphasis on

discussion-based sessions and opportunities for

audience participation. This is your chance to be part

of the debate and discuss the issues that are important

to you with many of the top industry leaders, as well

as policy and decision makers from throughout Europe.

Be where the European gas industry will be on

29 November – 1 December, 2011! Book before

31 August 2011 for your Super Earlybird Discount,

saving you up to €375!

Who Should Attend?

This Forum is designed for these

types of senior leader…

Presidents/CEOs

VPs/Directors/Heads of Strategy

Heads of Storage

Heads of LNG

Heads of Pipelines/Infrastructure

Heads of Energy Investment

Heads of Energy Policy

General Managers

Project Directors

VPs/Directors/Heads of Strategy

Heads of Economic Development

Heads of Business Development/Marketing

Heads of Supply/Trading

Economists/Analysts

Thank you to our advisory board

The 2011 Advisory Board has not only helped us research and

develop the programme agenda , they have also helped us reach

out to a variety of partner organisations who have supported this

event and helped ensure that as many of the key players in the

industry were informed and invited to the event. We want to thank

them for their efforts throughout the lead up to the event and we

hope that all of you have the opportunity to meet with them, offer

your thoughts and feedback as we continue to grow and develop

the programme in years to come.

Peter Biltoft-Jensen, Head of Regulatory Affairs

and Business Impact, DONG Energy

Peter Hohaus, Policy Advisor, Political Affairs

and Corporate Communications Global Gas, E.ON AG

Dr. Tatiana Mitrova, Head of the Centre,

International Energy Markets, Energy Research

Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Dr. Matthias Pickl, Manager – Capacity Trading, Nabucco

Adri Pols, Commercial Manager Bergermeer Gas Storage,

TAQA International

Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford

Institute for Energy Studies, Natural Gas Programme

Ana Stanic, Principal, E&A Law Limited

Peter Taff, Independent Consultant & Former

Head of European Gas Operations, Centrica

Sponsorship Opportunities

If you are trying to access senior-level decision makers to partner

with or use your infrastructure related products and services, the

Forum presents an excellent opportunity to promote your brand and

products through sponsorship. We offer both “off-the-shelf” and

bespoke options for sponsorship that will help you take advantage of

the most effective forms of participation to achieve your objectives.

Contact Bindu Jolly today for more information:

+44 (0)203 180 6509 or bindujolly@dmgevents.com

This Forum is designed for these

types of organisations…

Gas transport/pipeline companies

(and partner companies within their consortiums)

Gas transmission system operators

LNG terminal operators

Gas storage organisations

Government representatives and regulators

Gas trading

Power generation and transmission companies

Engineering and construction/services firms

responsible for construction, operations and

maintenance companies for pipelines

Investment banks

Law firms

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an association representing the sole interest of the infrastructure

industry in the European natural gas business such as Transmission System Operators, Storage System

Operators and LNG Terminal Operators. GIE has currently 66 members in 26 European countries.

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Final programme may be subject to change

08:30 Registration and Coffee

09:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

09:10 Special Address: Creating an Integrated

Gas Market for Europe

09:20 Examining the Gas Infrastructure and

Target Model for Europe

10:00 Keynote Presentation: Third Energy

Package: Laws and their Practical

Implementation

10:40 Morning Refreshment and

Networking Break

11:00 Investors’ Perspectives on Achieving

ROI in the Light of Current Regulations

and Potential Barriers to Political

Cooperation

11:40 Panel Discussion: Identifying

Key Requirements for Creating

a Streamlined, Interconnected,

and Competitive Gas Market

12:40 Networking Lunch

14:00 Understanding the Outcome of New

Gas Infrastructure Operations on

Trading and Pricing

14:40 Panel Discussion: Unconventional Gas

as a Contributor to Europe’s Gas Pool

15:20 Afternoon Refreshment and

Networking Break

15:50 Financing Methodologies for

Energy Infrastructure Projects

17:00 Standardising Gas Quality

Specifications to Ensure

Efficient Interoperability

17:40 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

and End of Day One

09:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks and Introduction to Stream Moderators

09:10 Case Study: The Decision Making Process of the Nord Stream Project: National EIAs and Permitting

Procedures Combined with International Consultations (Espoo Process)

10:10 Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

Choose between three interactive streams focusing on the specific commercial, financial, legal and regulatory angles of

developing and operating gas infrastructure within:

PIPELINES

10:40 Pipeline Interconnectivity: Close

Reality or Still a Pipe Dream?

11:10 Assessing Essential Requirements

for Making Transit Pipelines Less

Troublesome

11:50 Understanding and Overcoming Key

Impediments to Facilitate Third Party

Access: Infrastructure, Cams and

Cmps, The Spanish Case

12:30 Networking Lunch

13:40 Turkey's Transit Role for Europe:

A Supply & Demand Analysis

14:20 Project Update: Trans Adriatic

Pipeline

15:00 Project Update: GALSI

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment and

Networking Break

16:10 Project Update: South Stream

16:50 Linking Markets: The Interconnector

Pipeline

COMMERCIAL BENEFITS

Workshop A OF SMALL SCALE LNG

09:10 Examining the Need and Uses of Mid-Small Scale LNG

09:30 Assessing Project Costs, Viability, and Investment

Scenarios in the Current Economic Climate

10:30 Morning Refreshment

11:00 Case Studies and Discussions

12:30 Conclusions and Close of the Workshop

Jack Kuin, Director, LNG Europe

Bas van den Beemt, Business Development Manager,

LNG & Offshore Production, TNO

Contact: Morteza Ghaffar on +44 (0)203 180 6511,

email mortezaghaffar@dmgevents.com

At-a-glance programme schedule

Day One – Tuesday 29 November 2011

Day Two – Wednesday 30 November 2011

LNG

10:40 Overview of the LNG Market in Europe

11:10 Evaluating the Impact of the Third

Energy Package on LNG Businesses

11:50 Looking at the Different Usage

Patterns of LNG Regasification

Terminals in Europe and its Role

in Enhancement of Security and

Diversification of Supply, Market

and Renewable Integration

12:30 Networking Lunch

13:40 Project Update: Adriatic LNG

14:20 Examining the Potential Value and Growth

Prospects for Mid –Small Scale LNG

15:00 Case Study by Gasunie Discussing

Method Decision of the Regulator in

the Netherlands on Transportation

Tariffs

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment and

Networking Break

16:10 Vertical Integration into LNG as a Way

of Reducing Contractual Friction

16:50 Panel Discussion: The LNG Market in

the Period 2015 to 2020: Feast or Famine?

Day Three – Thursday 1 December 2011

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STORAGE

10:40 Assessing the Role of Gas Storage in

Enhancing Market Flexibility

11:10 Effects of the Third Energy Package on

the Business Operations of Gas Storage

11:50 Role of National Regulators and the EU

Commission to Resolve Investments

When Benefits and Costs are Different

across the EU Member States

12:30 Networking Lunch

13:40 Congestion Management and

Capacity Allocation: Use It or Lose It

14:20 Keeping the Grid in Balance with the

New Balancing Regime of the

Netherlands Energy Market

15:00 Project Update: Bergermeer Storage

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment and

Networking Break

16:10 Italy's Rivara Gas Storage Facility:

Role in Enhancing Security of Supply

for Europe

16:50 Gas Storage in Continental Europe:

Development of Products and Pricing

WHEN AND HOW TO APPROPRIATELY

Workshop B AUCTION YOUR STORAGE CAPACITY

09:00 Introduction and Aims of the Workshop

09:10 The Theory Behind Auctioning Storage Capacity

09.25 Choice of Auctioning Model

09.40 Setting Up an Auction: What to Consider?

10:30 Morning Refreshment

11:00 Case Studies and Discussions

12:30 Conclusions and Close of the Workshop

Bjørn Denninger, Economist, Energinet.dk


08:30 Registration and Coffee

09:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Peter Taff, Independent Consultant & Former Head of European Gas Operations,

Centrica

09:10 Special Address: Creating an Integrated Gas Market for Europe

Carlo Crea, Chairman of the VWG Security of Supply (SoS), International

Confederation of Energy Regulators

09:20 Examining the Gas Infrastructure and Target Model for Europe

Strategic, commercial, and political aims for gas infrastructure development

Gas as a bridge and destination fuel in a low carbon world

How and from what sources is Europe planning to get majority of its gas supplies?

The EU Commission’s Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan (BEMIP) and

ongoing regional initiatives

Future of gas in Europe: Vision for 2020 and 2050

Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Senior Gas Expert, International Energy Agency

Inge Bernaerts, Head of Unit – Electricity and Gas, European Commission

10:00 Keynote Presentation: Third Energy Package:

Laws and Their Practical Implementation

Creating a single energy market for Europe

Role of ACER

Role of ENTSOG

Annual work programme on gas interoperability

Framework guidelines and network codes

Gas interoperability issues and the planned ENTSOG network code

Regimes on balancing and tariffs

Overcoming inconsistent regulatory policies to establish a framework for an evenly

and fairly regulated gas market

Michael Schmöltzer, Head of the Gas Department, E-Control

Nigel Sisman, Senior Adviser, ENTSOG

10:40 Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

11:00 Investors’ Perspectives on Achieving ROI in the Light of Current

Regulations and Seemingly Lacking Political Cooperation

What new gas transmission pipelines, LNG imports, and storage facilities are in

construction for the future?

Is there adequate or access capacity?

How will all the potential sources of supply co-exist in a supposedly saturated gas

market?

Evaluating the existing relationship between infrastructure regulation, investments

and proposed projects

Looking at investment policies and allocated budgets within the EU’s Infrastructure

Investment Package

Scrutinising the main bottlenecks to promote investments in new gas builds

Streamlining and facilitating national and transit permits to attract investments

Incentivised framework of infrastructure arrangements to construct high voltage

connections for supplying power

11:40 Panel Discussion: Identifying Key Requirements for Creating a

Streamlined, Interconnected and Competitive Gas Market

This panel discussion will serve as a platform to bring together stakeholders from

all sides of the issue to establish a dialogue, have a face-to-face debate about

potential concerns and share their view points to justify current state of play and

also future developments. This will be an ideal opportunity for all delegates to ask

questions and interact with key industry figures working towards creating a

regulated, interconnected, and interoperable market for Europe.

Ana Stanic, Principal, E&A Law

Fatih Kolmek, Energy Expert, Energy Market Regulatory Authority of Turkey

Giorgi Vashakmadze, Director, Corporate Development, White Stream

Carlo Crea, Chairman of the VWG Security of Supply (SoS), International

Confederation of Energy Regulators

Dr. Peter Poptchev, Advisor to the Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism,

Sofia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria

Peter Hohaus, Policy Advisor, Political Affairs and Corporate Communications

Global Gas, E.ON AG

Francisco P. de la Flor, Director de Regulation, Enagás SA and President, GLE

Fabien Favret, Deputy Vice President Midstream Gas, EDF

Contact: Morteza Ghaffar on +44 (0)203 180 6511,

email mortezaghaffar@dmgevents.com

Day One – Tuesday 29 November 2011

12:40 Networking Lunch

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14:00 Understanding the Outcome of New Gas Infrastructure

Developments on Trading and Pricing

Do we have sufficient gas in Europe?

Key influencers of energy demand and supply globally

Role of renewable energy in influencing gas prices

LTC versus spot pricing

Germany, Switzerland, and most recently Italy’s withdrawal from nuclear power

generation: what does that mean for the rest of Europe?

Views of Germany’s energy regulator on pricing and trading

Will energy diversification dry up the market for cheapest and most efficient gas?

Sergei Komlev, Head of Directorate, Contract Structuring and Price Formation,

Gazprom

Dr. Stefanie Neveling, Head of Unit for access to gas transmission network and

international gas trade, Bundesnetzagentur

14:40 Panel Discussion: Unconventional Gas as a Contributor to

Europe’s Gas Pool

How close are we from large-scale development of Europe’s potentially abundant

shale gas?

Analysing the effects on gas consumption and imports if it comes on stream

What impact would large scale shale gas have on the infrastructure requirements

in Europe?

Dr. György Szabó, Chairman, Falcon Oil & Gas

Dr. Anouk Honore, Senior Research Fellow Natural Gas Research Programme,

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

Cynthia Poynter, Director – Midstream, IHS Energy

15:20 Afternoon Refreshment and Networking Break

15:50 Financing Methodologies for Energy Infrastructure Projects

Carrying out qualitative assessments for identification of investments contributing

to economic development

Exploring financing options and raising working capital for investments

Credit agreements, multi-source financing structures and their principal terms

Application of financial principles & methodologies: Case study ITGI

Maria Fantridaki, Head, Financial and Administrative Activities,

Public Gas Corporation SA (DEPA)

Dr. Christoph Fischer, Head of Oil & Gas, Managing Director,

Project & Commodity Finance, UniCredit Bank AG

17:00 Standardising Gas Quality Specifications to

Ensure Efficient Interoperability

Impact of gas quality regulations on trade

Standardisation of gas quality for safety and interoperability across Europe

Current research and findings

Nigel Bryant, Senior Consultant, Oil & Gas, GL Noble Denton

17:40 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks and End of Day One

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08:30 Re-registration and Coffee

09:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks and Introduction to Stream Moderators

Peter Taff, Independent Consultant & Former Head of European Gas Operations, Centrica

09:10 Case Study: The Decision Making Process of the Nord Stream Project:

National EIAs and permitting procedures combined with international consultations (Espoo Process)

The basis: legal framework and requirements

The challenge: overcoming legal, political, and environmental impediments

The outcome: lessons learnt

Dr. Dirk von Ameln, Permitting Director, Nord Stream AG

10:10 Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

Moderated by: Chris Walters, Managing Consultant, Gas Strategies

10:40 Pipeline Interconnectivity: Close Reality or Still a Pipe Dream?

Brief overview of the history and current state of major pipelines in Europe

Role of Caspian, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern Gas in addressing ‘Security

of Supply’ concerns

Examples of regional initiatives to interconnect TSOs and national

markets/networks

Role of joint venture pipeline projects for diversification of gas supplies

Chris Walters, Managing Consultant, Gas Strategies

11:10 Assessing Essential Requirements for Making

Transit Pipelines Less Troublesome

Business and operational discrepancies arising out of transit pipelines

Legal and regulatory issues

Transformation of transit into 'entry exit' systems

Trade and environmental protection provisions

Model agreements for cross border pipeline gas

Role of the Energy Charter Treaty in improving interconnectivity and

interoperability

Ana Stanic, Principal, E&A Law

Day Two – Wednesday 30 November 2011

Choose between three interactive streams focusing on the specific commercial, financial, legal and regulatory

angles of developing and operating gas infrastructure within:

11:50 Overcoming Key Impediments to Facilitate Third Party Access:

Infrastructure, CAMs and CMPs, the Spanish Case

General overview of Spain’s market: characteristics and access

International connections: actual and future developments

Development of the Iberian gas market

Role of the Iberian peninsula in the development of European energy market and

Security of Supply (SoS) model

HUB / wholesale market in Spain: actual situation and future developments

Conclusions

Fernando Impuesto Nogueras, Director of Commercial Operations and Third

Party Access, Enagás SA

12:30 Networking Lunch

13:40 Turkey's Transit Role for Europe: A Supply & Demand Analysis

Details of pipeline contracts: Russian, Caspian and Arab gas

Pipelines in operation

Ongoing projects: Nabucco, ITGI, Iraqi gas

- Information about the projects and updates on recent developments

- Focus on Nabucco: Progress and challenges

Role of pipelines in securing the gas supply of Turkey and Europe

Fatih Kolmek, Energy Expert, Energy Market Regulatory Authority of Turkey

Contact: Morteza Ghaffar on +44 (0)203 180 6511,

email mortezaghaffar@dmgevents.com

STREAM 1: PIPELINES

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14:20 Project Update: Trans Adriatic Pipeline

TAP’s concept of building the missing link in the Southern Gas Corridor

Update on ESIA process in Greece, Albania and Italy

TAP’s approach to stakeholder involvement in the permitting process

What are the benefits for Italy?

Paolo Pasteris, Country Manager for Italy, Trans Adriatic Pipeline

15:00 Project Update: GALSI

GALSI’s experiences of monetising on the opportunity and developing a pipeline

from Algeria to Italy

Obtaining permissions and dealing with transit issues

Project stages and plans of coming on stream

Mohamed Yousfi, Chief Executive Officer, GALSI

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment and Networking Break

16:10 Project Update: South Stream

South Stream, a unique mega-pipeline infrastructure project

Role in enhancing ‘Security of Supply’ for Europe and diversifying supply route

from reliable sources

Pipeline routing and timeline (Consolidated Feasibility Study expected for

autumn 2011)

South Stream development update

Sebastian Sass, Head of EU and Regulatory Affairs, South Stream

16:50 Linking Markets: The Interconnector Pipeline

Interoperability: linking diverse regimes

Coupling markets

Commercial & regulatory challenges

Where next for the Interconnector?

Darren Reeve, Commercial Manager, Interconnector UK

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Moderated by: Howard Rogers, Senior Research Fellow,

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

Day Two – Wednesday 30 November 2011

10.40 Overview of the LNG Market in Europe

Role of LNG in filling the market gaps of a de-carbonised gas economy

Can we project an increase in LNG exports from Nigeria, Angola, and North

America within the next 5 years?

Is Asia likely to outbid Europe in the price competition?

Is Europe going to move from Oil based pricing to Hub based pricing in the future

and how will that attract investments?

Dr Anouk Honore, Senior Research Fellow Natural Gas Research Programme,

Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

11:10 Evaluating the Impact of the Third Energy Package on LNG Businesses

Understanding new rules under the Third Energy Package

Effect on the business operations of the entire mid-downstream value chain

How the business model for LNG is changing (less long-term destination

contracts – more speculative optionality for the producers, etc.)

Cristina Fernández Ludeña, Senior Legal Counsel, Vitol

11:50 Looking at the Different Usage Patterns of LNG Regasification

Terminals in Europe and its Role in Enhancement of Security and

Diversification of Supply, Market, and Renewable Integration

Looking at available capacity and usage norms

Practising usage transferability to promote trade

Steps and processes on how to allocate third party usage at the terminals

LNG facilities as flexibility providers: the enablers of a committed renewable

energy policy

Francisco P. de la Flor, Director de Regulation, Enagás SA and President, GLE

12:30 Networking Lunch

13:40 Project Update: Adriatic LNG

Capitalising on new market opportunities

Third party access regime and access conditions for using the terminal

Living up to the title of ‘Best infrastructure project of the year, 2010’ (Platts

Global Energy Awards)

Alistair Routledge, Managing Director, Adriatic LNG

Moderated by: Cristina Barassi, Senior Manager Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Eurogas

10:40 Assessing the Role of Gas Storage in Enhancing Market Flexibility

Role of gas storage facilities in developing a secure, transparent, and liberalised

gas market

Role of the European gas legislative framework

The role of “Strategic Storage” in the market place

Giuseppina Squicciarini, Head of Regulatory Economics, Ofgem

11:10 Effects of the Third Energy Package on the Business

Operations of Gas Storage

Adopting third party access for booking storage capacity

Cross border issues arising out of the Third Energy Package

Operational impact of regulatory policies on businesses

Cristina Barassi, Senior Manager Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Eurogas

11:50 Role of National Regulators and the EU Commission to

Resolve Investments When Benefits and Costs are

Different Across the EU Member States

Sylvia Elisabeth Beyer, Programme Manager, DG Energy,

Security of Supply and Energy Network, European Commission

Peter Hohaus, Policy Advisor, Political Affairs and Corporate Communications

Global Gas, E.ON AG

Rocío Prieto, Deputy Director, Gas Directorate, Spanish National Energy

Commission

12:30 Networking Lunch

13:40 Congestion Management and Capacity Allocation: Use It or Lose It

New allocation systems and short term agreements for capacity allocation

When and how to appropriately auction?

Process for transferring contracted capacity

Willem Coppoolse, Head of Capacity Development Transmission Storage and

LNG Terminals, GDF Suez

Contact: Morteza Ghaffar on +44 (0)203 180 6511,

email mortezaghaffar@dmgevents.com

STREAM 2: LNG

STREAM 3: STORAGE

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14:20 Examining the Potential Value and Growth Prospects

for Mid –Small Scale LNG

Definition of small scale LNG: How small is small?

Understanding the commercial viability and other benefits of small scale LNG

Current investments and long-term shipping contracts

Opening new markets for compressed natural gas, compressed biogas

Koos Blaazer, Chief Executive Officer, LNG Europe

15:00 Case Study by Gasunie Discussing Method Decision of the

Regulator in the Netherlands on Transportation Tariffs

Legal and regulatory implications

Financial damages

Way forward and its impact on ‘Security of Supply’ for Europe

Cees Pisuisse, Director, Legal, Regulatory and Public Affairs, Gasunie

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment and Networking Break

16:10 Vertical Integration into LNG as a Way of Reducing

Contractual Friction

Current trends: gas buyers entering the LNG production business, and LNG

producers entering European retail markets

Vertical integration as an alternative to the traditional long-term gas sales

agreement

Partial integration through innovative agreements

Analysing LNG integration decisions

Carlos Lapuerta, Principal, The Brattle Group

16:50 Panel Discussion: The LNG Market in the Period

2015 to 2020: Feast or Famine?

Scope of the surge of new LNG supplies from Australia and the US

Examining the probabilities of project slippages: past experiences and future forecasts

Is LNG going to be the leading source of supply for Europe or will Asia absorb

this extra LNG supply?

Carlos Lapuerta, Principal, The Brattle Group

Francisco P. de la Flor, Director de Regulation, Enagás SA

and President, GLE

Cristina Fernández Ludeña, Senior Legal Counsel, Vitol

Alistair Routledge, Managing Director, Adriatic LNG

14:20 Keeping the Grid in Balance with the New Balancing

Regime of the Netherlands Energy Market

Processing real time information to keep the grid in balance

Bonuses and penalties of the act

GTS early experiences of implementation

Annie Krist, Managing Director, Gas Transport Services

15:00 Project Update: Bergermeer Storage

Largest open access gas storage in Europe to provide flexibility on Title Transfer

Facility (TTF) in the Netherlands

Bergermeer Gas Storage as a key to the North West European Gas Roundabout

Necessity of strategic partnerships in gas storage development

Update on Open Season 2011 for longer term capacity

Role in enhancing interconnectivity and interoperability for European gas in the future

Adri Pols, Commercial Manager, Bergermeer Gas Storage, TAQA

15:40 Afternoon Refreshment and Networking Break

16:10 Italy’s Rivara Gas Storage Facility: Role in Enhancing

Security of Supply for Europe

How Rivara is positioned to support Southern Europe’s infrastructural evolution

Easing the strain on Italy's gas supply and ensuring 'peak deliverability'

Overcoming key challenges of the project

Future growth prospects

Grayson Nash, Executive Chairman, Independent Resources

16:50 Gas Storage in Continental Europe: Development

of Products and Pricing

Physical storage as an important part of market infrastructure

Impact of the Third Energy Directive on the marketing of storage products and pricing

Developing new storage and flexibility products in an increasingly liquid market

Outlook on flexibility: possible sales channels and new market participants

Gundolf Schweppe, Head of Product/Capacity Management,

E.ON Gas Storage

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Choose between:

Workshop A

Jack Kuin, Director, LNG Europe

Bas van den Beemt, Business Development

Manager, LNG & Offshore Production, TNO

08:30 Morning Refreshment

09:00 Introduction and Aims

of the Workshop

09:10 Examining the Need and Uses

of Mid-Small Scale LNG

When is LNG ‘small scale’?

Why ‘small scale’ LNG

– Provider

– Trader

– User

Promising markets

Driving forces

Workshop B

Bjørn Denninger, Economist, Energinet.dk

08:30 Morning Refreshment

09:00 Introduction and Aims of the Workshop

The theory behind auctioning storage capacity

Choice of auctioning model

From theory to practice: using Energinet.dk

Gas Storage as a case study

– Setting up an auction: what to consider?

– Consultations with customers and the regulator

– 4 years of experience with auctioning of

storage capacity: What are the results?

– Danish market prices compared to pricing of

storage capacity in NW Europe

Lessons learned and elaboration to other markets

www.gastopowereurope.com

Gas-to-Power Europe Forum

23 - 25 January 2012 Radisson Blu Berlin Germany

Exploring strategic and technical challenges for a European gas-powered future

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE!

COMMERCIAL BENEFITS OF SMALL SCALE LNG

There are significant discounts available for you and

your colleagues if you book on both the Gas-to-

Power Forum and the European Gas Infrastructure for

Interconnectivity and Interoperability Forum.

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quoting GTPEUGBR01

09:30 Assessing Project Costs, Viability,

and Investment Scenarios in the

Current Economic Climate

Logistics of small scale LNG

Costs of infrastructure

– Transport infrastructure

– Storage facilities

Small scale terminals

Bunkerships/stations

Truck tanking stations

– Project costs

QRA/Permits

Engineering/commissioning

Hardware investments

– Operational costs

Price of small scale LNG

10:30 Refreshment and Networking Break

WHEN AND HOW TO APPROPRIATELY AUCTION YOUR STORAGE CAPACITY

Contact: Morteza Ghaffar on +44 (0)203 180 6511,

email mortezaghaffar@dmgevents.com

Day Three – Thursday 1 December 2011

09:10 The Theory Behind Auctioning

Storage Capacity

A short introduction to when and why auctions

may be needed.

09.25 Choice of Auctioning Model

A short description and discussion of different

auctioning models to choose.

09.40 Setting Up an Auction:

What to Consider?

Looking at practical issues (such as IT-system

solutions), regulatory issues, customer relations and

strategic issues (avoiding strategic behaviour by

bidders, how much capacity and when to auction it)

OTHER RELATED GASTECH SPECIALIST EVENTS

Dr. Susanne Nies,

EURELECTRIC

11:00 Case Studies and Discussions

LNG in road transport

LNG in city distribution

LNG in shipping

Technical Feasibility of the Development of a

LNG Fuelling Infrastructure and LNG Supply from

Rotterdam Lessons learned and experiences from:

The environmental chain analyses: LNG as a fuel

for shipping in The Netherlands

The LESAS project: a legal and safety assessment

of a LNG supply chain in Rotterdam. What are the

objectives and who are the stakeholders?

Discussion on the following questions:

How should a LNG supply chain from Rotterdam look

like from a technical, safety, and legal point of view?

How have we managed to overcome the legal obstacles

and safety barriers so far?

12:30 Conclusions and Close of the Workshop

High profile speakers include:

Anders Eldrup,

DONG Energy

10:30 Refreshment and Networking Break

11:00 Case Studies and Discussions

12:30 Conclusions and Close of the Workshop

Dr. Gerald Linke,

E.ON Ruhrgas

Thomas Birr,

RWE Group AG

Focusing on:

• The future of European gas-fired power generation

• Pricing and contract negotiation for gas infrastructure and feedstock

• Potential "hybrid" developments with renewable

Gas as a "clean fuel" amongst more carbon-intensive sources

• Technologies and practices to increase efficiency in CCGT and co-generation power plants

For more details call Darya Manaenkova on +44 (0)203 180 6521,

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