Telephone: +47 22 99 42 00
5-6 June 2012
08.30 - 09.00 Registration and coffee
09.00 - 17.30 Conference
18.30 - 22.30 Dinner cruise aboard
Embarkation and diembarkation from
09.00 - 09.30 Welcome coffee
09.30 - 15.15 Conference
Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf
Conference and dinner cruise:
The price for the whole event includes conference, documentation, lunch
and dinner cruise. VAT is not included in the price.
Early bird offer
before 8 May to benefit from our early bird offer of EUR 475.
Free dinner cruise
Do you wish to attend this topical event
together with your colleagues?
Register as a group and pay only for three out of four seats.
All subscribers to Montel Online
and clients of the sponsors are entitled to two free dinner cruise tickets per company.
The offer is valid until 17
May and is
from then onwards dependent on availability.
Please write 'Montel Online customer' or 'Client of
in the message
field of the registration form.
Dinner cruise only
Please note that a no-show fee of EUR 150 will apply if you fail to
appear and have not notified us by 29 May.
room booking at Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf, please contact the hotel
Phone: +49 211 834 0
Reservation code: European Energy
Discounted price of EUR 120/EUR 147
for a single/double room per night if you
book before 9 May.
If you have any questions,
Christel Nordhagen, Montel AS
Telephone: +47 22 99 42 29
Mobile phone: +47 975 43 939
Montel is proud to welcome you back to its
annual energy market event in Europe's biggest electricity market, now
the German energy
trading hub Düsseldorf.
Over two days, renowned speakers from across the European energy
industry will offer a
unique, multi-commodity approach to price trends and future forecasts in
the wake of recent global events.
We invite you to join the
discussion on how ongoing market changes may completely transform the
European energy landscape.
The market talk begins in Hotel Nikko and continues – more lively and
informally – on the
MS Warsteiner cruise boat in the evening.
Opening of conference
Munkejord, editor in chief, Montel
Global economic outlook - impact on European
09.00-09.30 Shaky world economy:
Impact on the global energy complex
Trevor Sikorski, head of natural gas, coal and carbon research, Energy
09.30-10.00 Europe's industry landscape transformed by US energy
Jeremy Nicholson, energy adviser and director,
Energy Intensive Users Group
Special focus: Shale gas in
10.00-10.30 Shale gas in Germany
and neighbouring countries: Myth or reality?
analyst director, Maguire Energy Institute SMU Cox in Dallas
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
for gas, coal, oil and carbon
11.00-11.30 Oil price
development amid global economic slump
Amrita Sen, chief oil
analyst, Energy Aspects
11.30-12.00 Global coal supply and demand:
Influence on European market
Andreas Fasshauer, coal market
analyst, Eon Global Commodities
12.00-12.30 EU ETS: Outlook for
troubled carbon market
Jost Böttner, senior
13.30-14.15 Panel discussion moderated by Montel editor
(Sikorski, Nicholson, Bullock, Sen,
Special focus: German gas market
14.15-14.45 Has Germany finally
moved away from oil-indexation?
Uwe Bode, head of trading,
PGNiG Sales & Trading
14.45-15.15 Measures needed to boost liquidity
on German gas hubs
Aysegul Riemens, managing director,
Riemens Commodity Solutions
15.15-15.45 Coffee break
15.45-16.15 Industrial sector:
Transition from full service to structured procurement
Holger Graetz, head of client portfolio
management, Enovos Energie Deutschland
16.15-16.45 German gas plants -
will they ever be profitable again?
Marcus Bokermann, head
of forecasting, Vattenfall Energy Trading
discussion moderated by Montel editor Richard Sverrisson
(Bode, Riemens, Graetz, Bokermann)
17.15-17.30 Wrap-up of day 1
Morten Munkejord, editor in
17.30-18.15 Drink reception sponsored by
Nasdaq OMX Commodities
Presentation by Geir Reigstad, senior
vice president, Nasdaq OMX Commodities
18.30-22.30 Dinner cruise onboard MS
Free of charge for Montel Online customers and
clients of the sponsors*
Is Europe’s drive for green power “killing” energy markets?
09.30-10.00 Impact of ‘Energiewende’
on power trading
Torsten Amelung, managing director,
10.00-10.30 Germany's energy transition after the
Konstantin Lenz, managing director, Lenz
10.30-11.00 Can France follow Germany in phasing out nuclear?
Colette Lewiner, energy advisor to Capgemini chairman
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-12.00 Hedging weather risk amid wholesale price volatility
Tiffany Mueller-Perry, vice president origination, weather and energy,
12.00-12.30 Trading German green electricity
Arvid Undebakke, senior originator renewables, Ecohz
Panel discussion moderated by Montel editor Richard Sverrisson
(Amelung, Lenz, Lewiner, Mueller-Perry, Undebakke)
focus: Emerging markets
14.00-14.30 Turkey: Prospects for energy demand and
Mustafa Karahan, chairman, Turkish Energy Traders
14.30-15.00 Statkraft's activities in Turkey
Claus Urbanke, head of new markets, Statkraft Markets
15.00-15.15 Closing of conference
Morten Munkejord, editor in
The conference will be held in English with simultaneous translation
Hope to see you in
Düsseldorf in June!
* Free dinner cruise
All subscribers to Montel Online and clients of the sponsors
are entitled to two free dinner cruise tickets per company. The offer is
valid until 17 May and is from then onwards dependent on availability.
Please write 'Montel Online customer' or 'Client of [sponsor]' in
the message field of the registration form. The price for the dinner
cruise for non-customers is EUR 150.
Terms and conditions
Payment due within 20 days from received invoice. If you are
prevented from coming, a colleague can take your place. If you have to
cancel your registration, an administration fee of 10% will be charged.
If the cancellation takes place two weeks prior to the conference, you
will be charged 50% of the price. If the cancellation takes place one
week prior to the conference, total amount will be charged.
Cancellations have to be in writing.
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