ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES – IS THE GOLDEN ERA OF HYDROCARBONS A THING OF THE PAST?
Pavilion G, Amphitheatre Hall
Since the advent of the modern industrial age, hydrocarbons have been the predominant source of energy, constituting over 80% of the global energy mix. However, a combination of long-term price pressures, environmental concerns, and rapid technical advances has spurred a broad take-up of alternative sources of energy. Given that we are experiencing fundamental shifts in the pricing of hydrocarbons, how might the composition of energy markets look in the near future? What are the potential technical or regulatory disruptions that could alter the make-up of the energy mix over the coming years?
In cooperation with En+ Group
, Partner, Director, Bain & Company
, Head of Energy Practice, Spencer Stuart UK
, Chief Executive Officer, WindEurope
, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN)
, President, Chief Executive Officer, Fortum Corporation
, Chief Executive Officer, Wintershall Holding GmbH
, Chief Executive Officer, EUROSIBENERGO PLC.
, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary
, First Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation
Front row participants:
, Partner, Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group
, Vice-President, Executive Director of Energy Efficiency Cluster, Skolkovo Foundation
, General Director, Hevel
, Managing Director, VYGON Consulting