Flame - 12 - 13 October  2020, Hotel Okura Amsterdam

Flame is Europe’s largest and most influential meeting place for the global gas industry. Taking place on 11 – 13 May, Flame 2020 will provide a vital forum for 600+ gas and LNG professionals to discuss the outlook for natural gas consumption in Europe, Asia and key global markets.

Key topics for Flame 2020 will include:

The European Green Deal: Can Europe’s climate ambitions be realised, and what role will be played by fossil and renewable gasses?

LNG market dynamics: What lessons can be drawn from recently financed projects, and when will the market rebalance?

Infrastructure and investment: Can the existing European infrastructure accommodate increasing imports and lower indigenous production? What are the political implications of new pipeline and terminal projects?

European gas market evolution: What regulatory barriers stand in the way of closer market integration, and how can the gas industry help to facilitate sector coupling?

Alongside the two-day main conference, attendees have the option to choose between a variety of co-located summits and add on events, including the Global LNG Summit, Flame Traders’ Day, the Energy Transition World Forum, Floating LNG Global, Women at Flame and the Biogas Development Forum.

Renowned for the quality of its speaker faculty, the seniority of its attendees and the scope of its discussions, Flame is unlike any other gas conference. Don’t miss your opportunity to network with the leading players in natural gas and LNG.

Alba Soluzioni customers and contacts benefit from a 20% discount off the standard rate. To redeem your discount, use promo code FKA2742ALBA at checkout, or book using this URL:


E-TALIA Green Power Conference

8-9 September 2020- Four Seasons Hotel - Milan

The E-Talia Summit creates the leading international platform where only the most senior global
industry representatives will meet to shape the future of Italy’s Renewable Energy. Traders, utilities, corporates, investors and banks unite with Italy’s renewable energy value chain to unlock the country’s wind and solar potential and work towards 32% clean energy by 2030.

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