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Aurora Spring Forum 2018

Tuesday 20 March
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“Navigating the Global Energy Transition”

The Aurora Spring Forum is one of the leading gatherings of the European energy industry. It brings together industry leaders in an exclusive and intimate setting at Oxford University to engage on key issues impacting GB, European and global energy markets. Throughout the day, delegates will discuss the policy, technology and finance perspective of the energy transition as well as the competition and interplay between conventional and renewable energy.

We are delighted to announce that our keynote speakers will include The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP (Secretary of State, BEIS), Magnus Hall (President & CEO, Vattenfall) and Klaus Schäfer (CEO, Uniper Energy). For our current list of speakers please see below.

Confirmed speakers include:

The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP - Secretary of State, BEIS
Magnus Hall - President & CEO, Vattenfall
Klaus Schäfer - CEO, Uniper Energy
Julio Castro - Executive Vice President Regulation, Iberdrola
Ed Clarke - Co-Founder & Director, Infracapital
Spencer Dale - Chief Economist, BP
Juliet Davenport - Founder & CEO, Good Energy
Steven Fries - Chief Economist, Shell
Tom Glover - Chief Commercial Officer, RWE
Dr Patrick Graichen - Executive Director, Agora Energiewende
George Grant - Founder & Managing Director, Stag Energy
David Gray - Chairman, Ofgem
Heike Heim - Chairman, DEW21
Christopher Hunt - Partner & Managing Director, Riverstone
Stefan Kapferer - Chairman of Executive Board, BDEW
Andrew Koss - CEO, Drax Generation
Michael Lewis - CEO, E.ON UK
Dermot Nolan - CEO, Ofgem
Alistair Phillips-Davies - CEO, SSE
Dr. Pratima Rangarajan - CEO, OGCI Climate Investments
Matt Setchell - Head of Renewable Energy, Octopus Investments
Alexander Voigt - CEO, Lumenion GmbH
Erik Waerness - Chief Economist, Statoil

Session topics include:

Panel-led discussions and break-out sessions chaired by Aurora’s leadership team will focus on current themes in the industry including:

  • What is the future of oil and gas in a carbon constrained world: Gradual burnout or revival?
  • Next steps for renewables: Thriving in a post-subsidy environment?
  • Disruptive technologies and the future of the energy market
  • Financing the energy transition: Evolving norms, risk conceptions and treatment of market-exposed revenues
  • The return of the state? Energy sector market implications of the British industrial strategy
  • The state of the German Energiewende: Industrial competitiveness vs decarbonisation

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