EPRG/CEEPR Annual Conference with support of Shell, London, UK, 9 -10 July 2015

Shell-P-002-RGB-aiEPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2015 EPRG/CEEPR Annual Conference with support from Shell. The Conference took place at The Langham Hotel in London on 9 – 10 July and comprised of 1,5 day of sessions and dinner.

 

PROGRAMME

Thursday 9 July 2015

SESSION 1 – SETTING A FRAMEWORK FOR THE ENERGY TRANSITION

Chaired by Suman Bery  (Shell)                      

Michael Mehling (MIT) – Setting a Framework for the Energy Transition: Envisioning a Global Carbon Market

Michael Pollitt (EPRG) – Progress with Carbon Markets

SESSION 2THE ROLE FOR GAS IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION

Chaired by Jacqueline Redmond (Shell)

Panel Discussion:  Chris Johnson (Shell), Robert Ritz (EPRG), Christopher Knittel (MIT), Steven Fries (DECC)

SESSION 3 – MARKET DESIGN AND REGULATION

Chaired by Michael Pollitt (EPRG)

Mallika Ishwaran (Shell) – Energy Transition in China: A Focus on Gas Market Liberalisation

John Parsons (MIT) – Financial Arbitrage and Efficient Dispatch in Wholesale Electricity Markets

SESSION 4 – CONTRIBUTIONS OF CCS TO THE ENERGY TRANSITION

Chaired by Alex Kazaglis (CCC)

David Reiner (EPRG) – Reflections on CCS Demonstration: Demonstrate what, when, where and why?

Howard Herzog (MIT) – Contributions of CCS to the Energy Transition

Friday, 10 July 2015

SESSION 1 – LOW CARBON TRANSPORT OPTIONS

Chaired by David Reiner (EPRG)

David Newbery (EPRG) – Electric Cars: mass rollout, but when?

Roger Hunter (Shell) – Low Carbon Transport Options

SESSION 2 – GEOPOLITICS, TRUST AND ENERGY SECURITY

Chaired by Loren Cox (MIT)

Marc Ozawa (EPRG) – Trust and International Energy Co-Operation – Case Studies from Europe, Russia and Beyond 

Jonathan Stern (OIES) – The Geopolitics of Gas in Europe: Conflicts between political correctness and natural gas analysis

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