Interfax Global Energy invites you to a breakfast seminar in Brussels on 29 March 2017 to discuss the topic of Brexit and its implications for the Energy Union. We will discuss the impact of Brexit on the European single energy market; relations with third countries; energy prices and hub trading; and the Emissions Trading System; as well as issues relating to state aid rules; the security of supply implications; the Ireland dilemma and more.
Andreas Walstad EU Policy & Regulation editor, Interfax Global Energy
This breakfast seminar will be held on 29 March 2017 at Brussels Press Club, 95 Rue Froissart, 1040 Brussels (Metro: Schuman; map) from 8:30 to 12:30. Registration and breakfast from 8:30.
Register now to avoid disappointment. Registration is compulsory and places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. This event is free of charge.
8.30 - Breakfast and registration
9.00 - Introductory remarks
Andreas Walstad, EU policy & regulation editor, Interfax Global Energy
9.15 - The impact of Brexit on gas markets
Thierry Bros, senior research fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
9.45 - Utilities in the post-Brexit electricity market
Graham Taylor, Vice President - Senior Analyst, Moody’s Investor Service
10.15 - State aid rules in energy and the implications of Brexit
Ana Stanič, EU energy expert, E&A Law
10.45 - Coffee break
11.15 - EU energy relations with third countries
Marco Giuli, policy analyst, European Policy Centre
11.45 - What are the implications for gas trading in Europe?
Peter Stewart, chief energy analyst, Interfax Global Energy
12.15 - Panel discussion and final Q&A
Chaired by Andreas Walstad, EU policy & regulation editor, Interfax Global Energy
12.45 - Concluding remarks
Thank you for your interest in Brexit and the Energy Union: Are we prepared? but registration for this event is now closed.More conferences and events