12

Ministerial & Global Business Leaders Panels

3

VIP Breakfast Briefings

15

C-Suite Dialogues

6

Gastech LIVE Sessions

40

Technical Sessions

7

Talent Programme Sessions

Setting The Agenda For The Industry For Decades To Come

Gastech’s globally renowned conference returns for 2021 to reunite the industry and set the tone for the future direction of the global Gas and LNG industry in the post-COVID context as the industry seeks to strike a balance between business priorities and the social license to operate. With an emphasis on technology innovation; supply and demand dynamics; evolving partnerships; people and talent and governance and influence Gastech provides the widest commentary on the most urgent issues impacting global gas, LNG and energy market dynamics.

A Critical Platform For Gaining Consensus, Sharing Expertise And Providing Solutions To The Industry’s Major Challenges

Listen Though Leaders 01

Listen To Thought Leaders Discuss The Future Of The Industry

Identify 01

Identify Opportunities As Global Business Leaders Address The Energy Transition

Share 01

Share Knowledge & Best Practices With Industry Peers

Insights 01

Gain Insights That Will Help Companies Unlock Greater Value Across The Gas Value Chain

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"We must move now on our common mission, a net-zero economy by 2050, a global economy that continues to grow, and an energy transition that leaves no one behind."

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‘‘The pandemic increases the stakes by pushing the demand gap out further over the next decade. This opens a new window of opportunity that enables the gas industry to play a larger role in achieving climate, clean air, and energy access goals.’’

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‘‘The energy business continues to grow. It was a big bet on gas and particularly in energy, and in the near term, but also in the long term, we still continue to see that validated as an important and growing part of the energy system.”

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“The world will continue to demand more energy every day, and yet the world needs more from energy through decarbonisation at the same time. This is the dual challenge, more energy, less emissions. Technology for the energy industry and the right talent to invent and implement it, it’s the only true way we can overcome the dual challenge today.’’

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‘‘If we look at the new normal in oil and gas, I suspect that we're dealing with oil prices less than $100 a barrel for some time in the future. As
a leader in this field, and these people, you who run these industries, are some of the brightest people on the planet, you have the opportunity to either reinvent yourself or slowly go out of business.’’