Gas 2016

Lord's Cricket Ground, St. Johns Wood Road, London NW8 8QN

10th Nov 2016


  • The ‘Energy Trilemma’ is a term used to describe the challenges facing policymakers in the UK. Increasingly, gas is being seen as a key fuel to help resolve these.

    Gas 2016 will examine how our industry, both upstream in the gas distribution networks and downstream in our homes and businesses, is facing up to the challenge of providing the UK with an affordable, secure and sustainable energy future.

    The conference includes an excellent supply chain exhibition together with the opportunity to network with industry experts.

    Don’t miss this unique networking opportunity at the home of Cricket.

    Booking Fee:

    EUA/HHIC/ICOM/HWA/MARC/PIG members: £250 VAT (£300)

    Non-members: £350 + VAT (£420)

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    • 09:00-09:30

      Registration & Refreshments

    • 09:30

      Session 1 - The Energy Trilemma: overview and where next for the UK energy policy

      Chair: Mike Foster, Chief Executive, EUA

    • Keynote address

      Matthew Bell,Chief Executive, Committee on Climate Change

    • Too hot to handle? How to decarbonise domestic heating

      Richard Howard, Head of Environment and Energy, Policy Exchange

    • Renewable Energy Systems Simulator applied to Cornwall

      Chris Clarke, Director of Asset Management, Safety & Environment, Wales & West Utilities

    • The future of gas networks: a changing narrative

      Jane Gray, Deputy Editor, Utility Week

    • Q&A

      Session 1 panel

    • Refreshment break

    • Session 2: Challenges for the upstream sector

      Chair: Antony Green, VP Utilities & Infrastructure, DNV GL

    • 11:20

      Decarbonising heating – the role of green gas

      Dr Alan Whitehead MP, Southampton Test

    • Challenges of achieving a balanced energy portfolio

      Andrew Musgrave, Head of Network Strategy, SGN

    • Future of gas – networks

      Richard Court, Head of Stakeholder Delivery, Gas Distribution, National Grid

    • Gas 2 The Future: Modelling future gas scenarios with advanced prescriptive analytics

      Greg Dodd, Head of Asset Strategy, Northern Gas Networks & Craig Mauelshagen, Head of Research: Risk Analytics, Business Modelling Associates

    • What might GD2 look like?

      Chris Brown, Head of Gas System Integration, Ofgem

    • Q&A

      Session 2 panel

    • 12:45

      Networking Lunch

    • 13:45

      Session 3: Challenges for the downstream sector

      Chair: Andrew Keating, Marketing Director UK & Ireland, Baxi

    • Impact of energy efficiency policies

      Professor Robert Lowe, Director, UCL Energy Institute

    • Domestic Heat Strategy Group Update

      Carl Arntzen, Chair, Domestic Heat Strategy Group

    • Q&A

      Session 3 panel

    • Chair’s closing remarks

    • 15:00

      Tour of Lord’s Cricket Ground (optional)

    • ‘‘“A well-constructed, fact based event” ’’

      Dan Sadler, NGN

    • ‘‘“A very good conference which brought together many facets of the UK gas industry under one roof” ’’

      Peter Rose, INEOS

    • ‘‘“Great engagement with knowledge being shared from all aspects of the energy sector” ’’

      Stuart Donaldson, National Grid

    • ‘‘“The conference was relevant, timely and prompted some effective networking” ’’

      Chris Bielby, SGN

    • ‘‘“Great venue for networking with well-presented presentations” ’’

      Peter Scott, ALH Systems

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Event manager

Name Vanessa Webster

Tel 01926 513763


Event Speakers

  • Carl Arntzen

    Chair Domestic Heat Strategy Group

  • Tony Green

    National Grid Gas Transmission Project Director, Hydrogen

  • Matthew Bell

    Chief Executive Committee on Climate Change

  • Mike Foster

    Chief Executive EUA

  • Craig Mauelshagen

    Head of Research: Risk Analytics Business Modelling Associates

  • Andrew Keating

    Baxi Marketing Director UK & Ireland

  • Chris Clarke

    Director of Asset Management, Safety & Environment Wales & West Utilities

  • Richard Howard

    Head of Environment & Energy Policy Exchange

  • Jane Gray

    Deputy Editor Utility Week

  • Professor Robert Lowe

    Director UCL Energy Institute

  • Richard Court

    Head of Regulation & External Affairs National Grid - Gas Distribution

  • Andrew Musgrave

    Head of Network Stragegy SGN

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