We’ve all got to be concerned with future energy resources and where these will come from. We need transparency across the market and have built a programme suitable for you, whether your background is in power, petroleum or renewables.
Against a huge global challenge where energy supply must meet demand in development of our cities, our economies, and our day-to-day lives – market players need openness and transparency across the industry. We are tasked to lower emissions and make the most of current supply against shorter-term R&D pipelines, slow macroeconomic recovery, and disruptive geopolitical influence. Converging market-based, political and regulatory requirements provide us with this challenging landscape – and we are required to help our companies plan for the future. A soiled approach won’t help us solve the organisational and strategic problems of tomorrow. Through open and transparent discussion, much can be achieved.
Join us for our 3rd Annual ENERGY LAW BUSINESS FORUM – built in consultation with our expert advisory board.
Feedback from the 2014 Conference has been reviewed and we hope for even more successful conference this year.
NEW for 2015 – ‘soft skills’ content:
- Managing teams – how to retain talent
- Managing costs and value add-ons
Attend this event to:
- Take stock of the energy landscape – where are we headed?
- Assess your compliance and anti-bribery measures
- Harness the capital within your counsel team; how to attract and retain talent
- Plan your cost base – making every penny count
2015 International Champagne Roundtables:
This year we are giving our delegates the opportunity to understand more on developments in energy in different geographical regions. These informal sessions take place after the programmed conference and delegates can enjoy their choice of beverage whilst networking with other industry professionals. This year we have roundtables focusing on:
- UK Shale
- Negotiating Trends
2015 Attendees include:
- Andrews Kurth (UK) LLP
- Baker Hughes
- Belectric UK
- Bluefield Partners LLP
- Brearley Economics
- British Solar Renewables
- BrookStreet des Roches LLP
- Cape Plc
- Debevoise & Plimpton
- DLA Piper UK LLP
- Dong Energy (UK) Ltd.
- Drax Power Limited
- E&A Law
- Energia Group
- GE OIL & GAS; AND PRESIDENT ATRQ GLOBAL
- Harrison Clark Rickerbys
- IGas Energy PLC
- Mitchell Simonds Solicitors
- San Leon Energy PLC
- SANTANDER GBM
- Sequa Petroleum N.V.
- South Hook Gas
- SSE PLC
- Statkraft Markets
- Sterling Energy Plc
- Stewarts Law
- Subsea Systems at GE Oil & Gas
- Sumitomo Corporation Europe Ltd
- TGC Renewables Limited
- The Crown Estate
- Thomson Reuters
- UK Energy Law and Policy Association
- Wood Group