The Energy Exchange would like to thank everyone who attended the 2016 Big Gas Debate in June 2015 for making the night a great success.
We look forward to welcoming you all in 2017.
Following the success of the last 3 years' Big Gas Debate in London, The Energy Exchange is hosting the fourth edition of the debate and networking reception on Wednesday 14th June 2017.
The evening is a great opportunity to network with 150 of your industry peers.
Last year's motion: This house believes no major LNG or pipeline projects aimed at European markets will go ahead at the current gas prices.
Alex Barnes, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Gazprom Marketing and Trading opposed the motion and Patrick Hébréard, Partner, CEG, supported the motion.
As per tradition, Prof. Jonathan Stern, Chairman Natural Gas Research Programme and Senior Research Fellow, the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, moderated the debate.
Big Gas Debate 2016 Gallery
How does it work?
Held under the Chatham House Rule the event is based on the Oxford-Style format. After a five minute introduction from the moderator, each panellist will present a ten-minute opening statement either proposing or opposing the motion. This will be followed by 20 minutes of questions from the audience and inter-panel challenges. To conclude, each panellist will deliver a five-minute closing argument followed by an audience vote.