Now planning for the 2019/20 Season

November 30th, 2018

We’ve had a break and now getting back to work to bring you more energy events, old-fashioned networking and cutting edge energy data research. Stay tuned – program to be announced shortly.

Powerpoint slides from last night – The Future of Gas and Electricity Storage

November 12th, 2014

An excellent evening – special thanks to all our speakers who have also kindly agreed to share their slides – just click on the links;

Keith Budinger of Halite

Alistair Steele – SSEPD – Energy storage overview – London

Asheya Patten of Pöyry

Read Sir Ian Byatt on the Past, Present and Future of Energy Market Regulation

March 31st, 2014

Sir Ian kindly shared with us a written version of his talk from our event on the 12th November 2013. You can read it here

Confirmed seminar dates for 2013

December 21st, 2012

Dates for your diaries;

January 22nd – Game-Changing and Future Energy Technologies – Allen & Overy HQ

February 20th – Allen & Overy HQ

April 19th – Allen & Overy HQ

May 1st – At Ernst & Young, More London

June 5th – Allen & Overy HQ

July 9th – At Ernst & Young, More London

September 16th – Allen & Overy HQ

October 15th – At Ernst & Young, More London

November 12th – FES Annual Lecture: Jim O’Neill of Goldman Sachs on “The BRICs: Energy Challenges and Opportunities” – Allen & Overy HQ

December 5th – Ernst & Young, More London


I recommend: Resetting Gazprom…

October 2nd, 2012

I recommend: Resetting Gazprom in the Golden Age of Gas (

3 Great speakers confirmed for…

October 2nd, 2012

3 Great speakers confirmed for our #ShaleOil Seminar on 16th Oct ss #shaleoil the new #shalegas

Looking forward to our next ev…

October 1st, 2012

Looking forward to our next event – Shale Oil; Brave New Hydrocarbon Frontier? Tuesday 16th October

Good piece by Dieter Helm if y…

September 28th, 2012

Good piece by Dieter Helm if you haven’t read it – The great gas debate – Power Engineering:

@ShaleGasExpert @FT Just read …

September 28th, 2012

@ShaleGasExpert @FT Just read it now – 5 trillion cubic metres of shale gas in France or a 100 years supply !

Excellent graphic of world gas…

September 28th, 2012

Excellent graphic of world gas prices – Shale Fracking Makes U.S. Natural Gas Superpower. Now What? via @BloombergNews