Some key questions that will be addressed at the ‘leading change’ event includes; the increasing scarcity of hydrocarbons, solving the global energy equation for the future, ensuring electricity keeps flowing, financing innovative energy projects in the current market, and navigating the politics of energy exploration and climate change.
PressReleasePoint - The 9th Annual London Business School Global Energy Summit will be held on the 30th November 2012.
Some key questions that will be addressed at the ‘leading change’ event includes; the increasing scarcity of hydrocarbons, solving the global energy equation for the future, ensuring electricity keeps flowing, financing innovative energy projects in the current market, and navigating the politics of energy exploration and climate change
The Global Energy Summit has established itself as a leading conference within the Energy sector attracting industry professionals such as, advisors, recruiters, media and policy makers, as well as students and academic thought-leaders.
Key note speakers include
• Mr. António Luis Guerra Nunes Mexia, CEO, EDP
• Dr. Ivan Marten, Global Leader of the Energy Practice, The Boston Consulting Group
• Mr. Philip Lowe, Director General of Energy DG, European Commission
• Mr. Phil Ellis, CEO, Willis Global Solutions (Consulting Group) London
The panels will focus on aligning public and private sectors towards a sustainable energy future. The focus is on aligning public and private sectors looking at the barriers, challenges and opportunities in setting this agenda.
They will also focus on the US Shale Gas Revolution and its implications, the relevance of the revolution within the European gas markets, and implications for the long-term solutions.
According to Laurentino Fernndez, “Global Energy Summit will be one the biggest and best student-organised LBS conferences and we look forward to the excellent dialogue between speakers, sponsors, and delegates”.
Currently in its 9th year, the Global summit has acquired its position as a top event for leading change in the energy sector. Industry personalities ranging from advisors to enthusiastic business school students attend the event and this year, around 350 delegates are expected to be in attendance.
The aim of the conference is to give participants in-depth insight as well as a wide scope of the issues that drive business success in the modern energy sector. In doing this the the conference strives to provide a world-class networking opportunity between current leaders and the future leaders of global energy.
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