Date: 20th and 21st November 2014
Location: Melia White House, London, United Kingdom
Gas to Power UK will address key topics regarding the current challenges and opportunities the UK and European energy markets currently face.
The key role of Gas to Power Journal Forum is to be a yearly gathering where experts can exchange thoughts and insights through 2 days of interactive panel discussions in a relaxed but thought-provoking environment.
Date: 22 - 23 May, 2014
Location: Pera House, Istanbul
The 4th Gas to Power Turkey Forum will bring together leading national and international public and private experts.
As a strongly established event and a gathering of reference in the region our 4th Gas to Power Journal Turkey Forum will provide a platform for industry experts to come together to discuss and debate on the key issues relative to Turkey’s gas and power sector.
Date: 2nd - 3rd April 2014
Location: Mexico City
The Gas Future Forum is a 2 day strategic and technical conference aimed to cover the recent legislative, geopolitical and strategic updates in the Mexican gas energy sector. As well as the technical and innovation aspects in the Gas sector, focusing on the operational efficiency and flexibility of gas power plants.
Date: Tuesday 2nd July – Wednesday 3rd July 2013
Challenges for gas-fired peaking plants to find a place in the Energy Transition
In the run-up of the September general election, debates on Germany’s future power market design are at centre stage. Profitability, operational dispatch of gas-fired plants and commercial viability of existing fossil plants and investment into new capacity hinges on capacity mechanisms, the outcome of price arbitrations over Russian gas supplies and electricity demand forecasts.
Date: Monday April 29 2013
Market Reforms and the Impact on Investment and the Energy Fuel Mix
The changing nature of the UK energy landscape present opportunities and challenges for us in shaping the future of the industry. In order to meet the demand for power over coming years we must stimulate investment into new capacity, which will require harnessing the right mix of technologies and power generation fuels, supported by appropriate policies and regulations.
Date: 25 - 26 February, 2013
Challenges and Solutions for a Secure Energy Future
Gas to Power Journal's European Conference 2013 will highlight the key challenges facing European electricity markets, as we look for solutions to the energy gap created by the decline of nuclear power generation and the need for back-up fuels to support intermittent renewable power sources.
Date: 25 & 26 September 2012
Venue: 170 Queen’s Gate, Imperial College London.
The conference will address the key role of Gas to Power in meeting the challenges of the UK and Europe’s energy requirements. The event will additionally explore the latest innovations in the gas power generation technology and the most efficient ways to integrate gas power with renewable energies.