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Diversify Sources. Secure Supply. OUR EXPERT SPEAKER PANEL INCLUDES: 

Reinhold Mitterlehner, Federal Minister for Economy, Family and Youth, Austrian Government

Werner Auli, Member of the Executive Board, Head of Gas & Power, OMV Aktiengesellschaft

Joschka Fischer Former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor German Government

Sergey Komlev, Head of Directorate, Contract Structuring and Price Formation, Gazprom Export

Brendan Devlin, Policy Coordinator, Directorate General Energy, The European Commission

Reinhard Mitschek, Managing Director, Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH

Dominique Venet, Executive Vice President Gas, EDF

Marcel Kramer, CEO, South Stream

Jesco von Kistowski, Managing Director, EconGas GmbH

Thank you for this great conference, a subtle mix between meeting people, information exchange and current energy affairs (of course!) Jean Marie Devos, Former Secretary General, Eurogas

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Welcome Dear colleague, The Energy Exchange and OMV invite you to join over 300 leading stakeholders from the European gas industry at the 2011 European Gas Conference. There is no doubt that natural gas will be the most important energy source in the future. Still, security of energy supply and diversification of sources remain high on the agenda for policy makers and gas companies alike. Several important gas pipeline projects are progressing and the question remains: where will the gas for the increasing demand come from? Can Russia cover the additional gas demand for the future growth of Europe? Will the Caspian region and Middle East be able to supply enough gas to Europe? With the 3rd Energy Package, the European Commission has initiated the process to further develop and liberalise the integrated European gas market. Member states are currently working on implementing the new rules in their national legislation, amid intense debates between politicians, regulatory bodies and the industry. At the conference we will discuss the status and outcomes and whether the new regulations are really enabling further liquidity and transparency in the European markets. The European Gas Conference 2011 will thus provide you with an up-to-date picture of the gas industry and you will join key industry experts for an interesting and diverse debate on the most vital issues for industry leaders like yourself. We look forward to welcoming you to Vienna to join Europe’s most stimulating debate. The European Gas Conference 2011. Diversify Sources. Secure Supply.

Dr Werner Auli, Member of the Executive Board, Head of Gas & Power, OMV

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Networking: meet the Ministers devising European gas policy and the leaders of natural gas projects from across Europe Learning: hear the latest from all the major European pipeline projects including: Nabucco, South Stream, TAP, ITGI, and White Stream New: understand how long the decoupling of oil and gas prices will last, and how it will affect your business Comprehensive: encourage North, East, South, West and Central European cooperation to ensure security of supply – contribute to the facilitation of an open European gas market Global context: understand how developments in Middle Eastern, US, and North African gas will impact the European market Capitalise: claim market share by beating your competitors and capitalising on the European Shale gas opportunity

LNG Day: Tuesday 25th January 2011 14:00 Pricing, contracts and trading models

08:30 Registration and coffee 09:30 Opening address and business card exchange – Meet your fellow attendees LNG day chairman: David Ledesma, LNG Independent Consultant 09:45 LNG – The state of the industry  The role of natural gas in Europe’s fuel mix  How is the European LNG market going to develop?  The role of LNG in the context of the gas supply glut: lower demand coupled with increased LNG supply on stream  The long-term prospects for LNG: what are the international market drivers and how competitive is LNG?

 Is the LNG spot market there to last or is it a short term phenomenon?  Are contracts moving towards more favourable pricing and mechanisms for the off takers?  Latest market changes –the impact on LNG contracts  LNG trading: recent market and contracting developments  Development and structuring of regasification projects in Europe Niall Trimble, Managing Director, The Energy Contract Company Anthony Patten, Partner, Ashurst Q&A

Ignacio de Aguirre, Strategic Planning Manager, Stream (Repsol – Gas Natural LNG)

15:15 Afternoon coffee and networking

Bill Sooby, Consultant, LNG2020 Ltd

15:45 International market dynamics

Q&A

 Emerging markets and new areas of demand – in particular, China and India  Will Egypt increase its gas supply? Latest on the two LNG projects and on gas production  Tidal wave of new LNG supply to market: how much will come to Europe? Where will Qatar send its LNG?  Latest developments from Israel  Issues facing the LNG industry in 2010-2017: opportunities and challenges

11:00 Morning coffee and networking 11:30 The LNG business model, project finance and costs  The role of new buyers in the European LNG market  Small scale LNG – commercial viability, the business model  The impact of shale gas on LNG prices: understand how and how unconventional gas affects final investment decisions on LNG projects  Project financing coming out of a recession, how do banks currently view investing in LNG?  Contracting side: how has the recession affected LNG prices? Can the industry develop at current costs? When will they decrease? Guy Broggi, Head of LNG Supply, Total Gas & Power

David Ledesma, LNG Independent Consultant Graham Hartnell, Manager LNG & Gas Consulting UK, Poten and Partners Q&A 17:00 Chairman’s closing remarks and end of LNG day 2011

Ken Kuroda, Senior Vice President, Energy Business, Mitsubishi Corporation Q&A 12:45 Lunch and networking

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Day one: Wednesday 26th January 2011 08:00 Registration and coffee 09:00 Keynote opening address: the changing dynamics of the European gas market - increasing liquidity and evolving towards deregulation  When will the supply gap open and why?  Understand the predicted market effects of the 3rd Energy Package  Outline trading developments affecting supply and demand criteria  Overcome oversupply: how the European gas market will recover from the post-financial crisis  Gain insight into the effects of unconventionals on the European gas market Werner Auli, Member of the Executive Board, Head of Gas & Power, OMV Aktiengesellschaft

Keynote

A well organised event, with interesting speakers and good debates. Highly enjoyable and a good opportunity to meet people from different segments of the gas industry. Nazrin Mehdiyeva, Senior ConsultantRussia/CIS Specialist, Poyry Energy Consulting

09:20 Keynote welcome address Joschka Fischer, Former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor German Government

Europe

09:40 Uniting North, East, South, West and Central Europe to present a comprehensive pan-European view, facilitating the creation of a single, free gas market  Northern Europe: the role of North Sea gas in Europe’s future energy security  Eastern Europe: the increasing role of unconventional gas  Western Europe: lessons learnt in the deregulation of the market  Southern Europe: LNG and security of supply issues increasing Southern European integration with the wider European gas market  Central European infrastructure and hub developments Dominique Venet, Executive Vice President Gas, EDF Wim Groenendijk, Vice President International & Public Affairs, Head of Representation in Russia, Gasunie Soren Juel Hansen, Head of Tariffs and Infrastructure, Energinet Q&A 11:00 Morning coffee and networking 11:30 South Stream: Transit route diversification in Europe creating a direct supply line to the EU  Increasing EU’s energy security - a guaranteed and stable access to sufficient reserves  Delivering natural gas to transit countries  Implementing storage projects to ensure flexibility and security of deliveries  A commercially driven and privately funded project that will stimulate the European economy without a financial risk for EU taxpayers  A project that will bring gas to Europe and contribute to meet 20-20-20 requirements Marcel Kramer, CEO, South Stream 12:00 Caspian focus: understand the role of Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Turkey, in securing European gas supply  Identify the capacities of Caspian gas available for Europe  Foster European cooperation to enable Europe to compete with Asia and Russia for Caspian gas  Learn how to create demand in order to secure supply  Understand how Europe can act to secure Turkey’s commitment Jen Coolidge, Executive Director, CMX Caspian and Gulf Consultants 12:30 Supply sources in the Southern Corridor: the last great gas frontier  Understand how the Southern Corridor project will encourage international cooperation to secure pan-European gas supply  Work to develop transit countries, encourage investment, implement regulation and maximise national development  Understand the contribution of LNG and new supplies to the wider European market Brendan Devlin, Policy Coordinator, Directorate General Energy, The European Commission

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13:00 Lunch and networking

Pipelines

14:30 Panel discussion: Latest developments in pipeline projects – is there a clear leader?  Expedite pipeline projects by increasing cooperation between projects  Maximise pipeline efficiency by including consuming countries  Understand the road map to coming on-stream  Overcome the obstacles to ensure European security of supply Reinhard Mitschek, Managing Director, Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH Elio Ruggeri, Head of International Gas Projects and CEO, IGI Poseidon, Edison Ray Tomkins, Financial Director, GUEU White Stream Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director, Trans Adriatic Pipeline Tom Blades, Division Head Oil & Gas, Siemens Q&A 16:00 Afternoon coffee and networking

Geopolitics

16:30 Armchair debate: how the post-financial crisis changed the geopolitical and economic conditions for supply and demand  Overcome uncertainty and forecast demand rise in Europe  Chart economic recovery by comparing the European market to the Middle East, North Africa and the US  How can we increase international cooperation to establish a more liquid market?  Secure investment to increase security of supply for Europe  Outline the effects of changes in natural gas trading  Can supply and demand really be controlled by government intervention or is there a need for greater corporate involvement?  The effects of the financial crisis on the supply of gas to Europe and the changing balance between Russian and Central Asian suppliers Peter Kaznacheev, Managing Partner, Khaznah Strategies Ltd Jesco von Kistowski, Managing Director, EconGas GmbH Q&A

Storage

17:00 Understand the implications of the economic climate for the European storage market  Learn how Western Europe will be affected by the increasing storage in Eastern Europe: is storage in Eastern Europe necessary?  Hear about how the physical need for storage will affect trading  Overcome the effects of current oversupply of gas on the storage market Stephan Parthier, Chairman of the Board of Directors, E.ON Foldgaz Storage Peter Biltoft-Jensen, Senior Manager, Head of Department, Infrastructure Assets, DONG Energy Q&A 18:00 Chairman’s closing remarks and end of conference day one

18:30 Bus transfer to the evening drinks reception and gala dinner hosted by Conference attendees are invited to join OMV for an evening of fine dining and entertainment at the Kunsthistoriches Museum, one of Vienna’s leading museums and home to some of Austria’s most splendid collections – join us at the social highlight of the European Gas Conference 2011.

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Day two: Thursday 27th January 2011 08:30 Registration and coffee 08:45 Keynote welcome address Dr Reinhold Mitterlehner, Federal Minister for Economy, Family and Youth, Austrian Government

Legislation

09:00 Keynote opening address: Understand the role of the Energy Charter in 2011 Protecting investment, securing transit, and providing international arbitration André Mernier, Secretary General, Energy Charter Secretariat 09:20 Understand how current legislation will influence the future of the European gas market  Is the 3rd Energy Package working to create competition in the European gas market?  Achieve deregulation of the European gas market: barriers and opportunities  Outline the implementation challenges of the 3rd Energy Package to date – how is the market faring with two months left until the deadline?  Balance the interests and requirements of gas suppliers during the implementation of the 3rd Energy Package  Learn about the effects of the 3rd Energy Package on European storage  Analyse strategies and scenarios of gas market development within Energy Dialogue RF-EU  The European gas market under the 3rd Energy Package: contractual structure and pricing mechanisms - a view from outside the EU  How will 20:20:20 targets impact the gas market? Can renewables save the gas market? Dr Andrey Konoplyanik, Consultant to the Board, Gazprombank, Professor, Russian State Oil and Gas University Simon Blakey, Special Envoy, Eurogas Dr Vladimir Feygin, Principal Director, Institute for Energy and Finance and Consultant to the Chairman of the Board, Gazprombank Q&A 10:30 Morning coffee and networking

Russia

11:00 The uncertain role of Russian gas in Europe’s energy future  Outlining the impact of the economic crisis on the Russian gas market  Without security of demand, will Russia look increasingly towards its domestic market?  Creating security of demand through long term contracts: the jeopardy posed to Russia by the shift in pricing mechanism  Understand how European and Russian views on regulation could be harmonized to create a clear, transparent gas market Sergey Komlev, Head of Directorate, Contract Structuring and Price Formation, Gazprom Export Tatiana Mitrova, Head of the Centre for International Energy Markets Studies, Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences John Roberts, Energy Security Specialist, Platts

Middle East

12:00 Challenging existing gas pricing mechanisms  Examine the impact of changing the pricing mechanism for the gas market  Price balancing at the hub: identifying the market effects – is harmonisation a reality?  Which exchanges are actually moving?  Will Europe eventually have just one hub in line with the US market? Hans-Bernd Menzel, CEO, EEX

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Jonathan Stern, Director of Gas Research, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Jacob Pedersen, CEO, Nord Pool Gas Antoine Jourdain, Member of the Board of Directors, Eustream Harald Wüstrich, CEO, Central European Gas Hub Aktiengesellschaft 13:30 Champagne lunch hosted by

Pricing

15:00 How Middle Eastern gas could change the face of the European market  Overcoming the challenges of exporting Middle Eastern gas to Europe  The contribution of changes in trading to a more global view of the gas market and more liquidity in the European market  The increasing role of Middle Eastern gas after 2015  Can the Middle East expand their export capacity and attract capital given currently high indigenous demand, energy inefficiency, reserve structures and the often unstable political environment Axel Wietfeld, Vice President Group Energy Projects, E.ON Michael Peisser, Head of Business Unit Supply Marketing and Trading, OMV Gas & Power GmbH

Thank you for this great conference, a subtle mix between meeting people, information exchange and current energy affairs (of course!) Jean Marie Devos, Former Secretary General. Eurogas

Q&A

Transit

15:40 The role of the transit country in the bigger picture  Increasing liquidity at Baumgarten and the implications for TSOs  Challenges faced in implementing the 3rd Package: quantitative effects on infrastructure  The implementation of the 3rd Package and how it will impact the hubs  New balancing operations: maintaining stability and increasing transparency  Regulating the Austrian natural gas market in the context of Europe as a whole Walter Boltz, Managing Director, E-Control Michael Woltran, Head of Gas Logistics, OMV Gas & Power GmbH Q&A 16:40 Afternoon coffee and networking

Shale Gas

17:00 Will Shale gas provide the solution to European energy security?  Predict the continued effect of US Shale gas on the European market  Understand what effect European Shale gas will have on the current gas glut  Outline the roadmap for European Shale gas  Gain insight into Shale gas integration with LNG and piped gas  Understand how to change commercial and consumer usage patterns: identify what will Shale gas will be used for  IOC’s and unconventionals: understand the challenges in securing government support  Hear what unconventional gas will mean for long term and take-or-pay contracts  Understand the combined effects of the 3rd Energy Package and the EU competition rules on the development of the natural gas market in the shadow of unconventionals Professor Alan Riley, City Law School, City University, London Beate Raabe, Director EU Affairs, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP Europe)

It has been a wonderful experience for me to be included in the gas programmes provided by The Energy Exchange. I enjoyed speaking in the well-organised setting and learning from other speakers and enthusiastic audience. Hiroshi Hashimoto, Natural Gas Analyst, International Energy Agency

Q&A 18:00 Close of day two and end of conference

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Masterclass: Friday 28th January 2011: How the de-linking of oil and gas prices will affect the European gas market: 09:00 Understand what the de-coupling of oil and gas prices really means for the European gas market  How economic conditions, market liquidity, contracting practices and the spot market will continue to impact the gas market in Europe  How long will traded gas hub prices in Europe stay below typical oil-linked contract prices?  Examine how the relationship between natural gas and LNG prices might change: what will the effect of this be?  How long will traded gas hub prices in Europe stay below typical oil-linked contract prices?  The role of the transit country in the larger European market

 What the emergence of new hubs means for TSOs, consumers and cross border trading  Spot market trading and short term contracts: are we witnessing the dawning of a new era for the European gas market?  Capitalise on the opportunities presented by an increase in competition in the gas market Masterclass leader: Tobias Paulun, Head of Business Development, EEX 13:00 End of masterclass

It has been a great pleasure to be at this conference and discuss very controversial gas issues. Thank you Ersen Camas, Foreign Relations Department Representative, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Republic of Turkey

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Best gas conference for at least five years. Great presentations, slides and questions. Very, very good indeed. John Roberts, Energy Security Expert, Platts

Our expert speaker panel includes: Reinhold Mitterlehner, Federal Minister for Economy, Family and Youth, Austrian Government Werner Auli, Member of the Executive Board, Head of Gas & Power, OMV Aktiengesellschaft Brendan Devlin, Policy Coordinator, Directorate General Energy, The European Commission Reinhard Mitschek, Managing Director, Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH Elio Ruggeri, Head of International Gas Projects and CEO of IGI Poseidon, Edison Spa Ray Tomkins, Financial Director, GUEU White Stream Dr Andrey Konoplyanik, Consultant to the Board, Gazprombank, Professor, Russian State Oil and Gas University Axel Wietfeld, Vice President Group Energy Projects, E.ON Michael Peisser, Head of Business Unit Supply, Marketing & Trading, OMV Gas & Power GmbH Ambassador André Mernier, Secretary General, Energy Charter Secretariat Jonathan Stern, Director of Gas Research, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Walter Boltz, Managing Director, E-Control Michael Woltran, Head of Gas Logistics, OMV Gas & Power GmbH Jacob Pedersen, CEO, Nord Pool Gas Antoine Jourdaine, Member of the Board of Directors, Eustream Harald Wüstrich, CEO, Central European Gas Hub Aktiengesellschaft Simon Blakey, Special Envoy, Eurogas John Roberts, Energy Security Specialist, Platts Soren Juel Hansen, Head of Tariffs and Infrastructure, Energinet Sergey Komlev, Head of Directorate, Contract Structuring and Price Formation, Gazprom Export Beate Raabe, Director EU Affairs, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP Europe) Jesco von Kistowski, Managing Director, EconGas GmbH Joschka Fischer Former Foreign Minister and Vice Chancellor German Government

Dr Vladimir Feygin, Principal Director, Institute for Energy and Finance and Consultant to the Chairman of the Board, Gazprombank Dominique Venet, Executive Vice President Gas, EDF Stephan Parthier, Chairman of the Board of Directors, E.ON Foldgaz Storage Peter Kaznacheev, Managing Partner, Khaznah Strategies Ltd and former BP Tatiana Mitrova, Head of the Centre for International Energy Markets Studies, Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences Jen Coolidge, Executive Director, CMX Caspian and Gulf Consultants Tom Blades, Division Head Oil & Gas, Siemens Guy Broggi, Head of LNG Supply, TOTAL Gas & Power Ignacio de Aguirre, Strategic Planning Manager, Repsol – Gas Natural LNG Stream Ken Kuroda, Senior Vice President Energy Business, Mitsubishi Corporation International Niall Trimble, Managing Director, The Energy Contract Company Bill Sooby, Consultant, LNG2020 Ltd David Ledesma, LNG Independent Consultant Anthony Patten, Partner, Ashurst Professor Alan Riley, City Law School, City University, London Peter Biltoft-Jensen, Senior Manager, Head of Department, Infrastructure Assets, DONG Energy Tobias Paulun, Head of Business Development, EEX Wim Groenendijk, Vice President International & Public Affairs, Head of Representation in Russia, Gasunie Hans-Bernd Menzel, CEO, EEX Kjetil Tungland, Managing Director, Trans Adriatic Pipeline Graham Hartnell, Manager LNG & Gas Consulting UK, Poten and Partners Marcel Kramer, CEO, South Stream Zara Nathan Conference Director European Gas Conference

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