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European Coal Trade Summit 10th, 11th & 12th of September 2013, Cologne, Germany

During an interactive two day program, the summit will bring together the major stakeholders of the industry to discuss, evaluate and determine the direction of their field. With expert analysis from buyers and sellers the meeting will determine solutions to challenges and issues currently facing them in the European coal trading sector.

During an interactive two day program, the summit will bring together the major stakeholders of the industry to discuss, evaluate and determine the direction of their field. With expert analysis from buyers and sellers the meeting will determine solutions to challenges and issues currently facing them in the European coal trading sector.

 

The comprehensive event will mitigate risk, assess trade methodologies and explore solutions to obstacles facing European traders with regards to coal markets globally.

The conference will have a heavy focus on case study examples  of biomass power generation projects from leading biomass, co-firing plant owners as well as  EPC contractors focusing on feasibility, planning, financing and technological developments.
Key Topics Include

    Upcoming regulatory changes to European
    Energy Markets
    Examining relationships between the government and coal industry
    Examining Coal demand in Europe
    Germany as the biggest consumer of coal in Europe
    Trade investment and finance
    Coal vs Gas debate
    Developing a strategy in Europe for sustainable coal supply
    The impact of coal trade in Asia
    Analysing Colombia‚Äôs current coal exports to Europe
    Assessing Russia‚Äôs hug coal reserves
    How are United States export volumes benefitting from low gas prices
    Attracting investment into coal markets
    Price Volatility: lessons learnt
    Executing price risk management
    Examining coal industry contracts
    Developments in the freight market

Confirmed Speakers

Andy Roberts, Principal Analyst - Thermal Coal, Wood Mackenzie

Fabio Gabrieli, Director, Dry Bulk Analysis And Strategy, Mercuria

Lothar Rieth, Sustainability, EnBW Trading GmbH
Site Visit

RWE’s KW Neurath BoA 2&3 facilities – Tuesday 10th September 2013

 

During the afternoon of Tuesday 10th September 2013 a limited number of conference attendees will have the opportunity to attend an exclusive site visit

The lignite-fired power station with optimised plant engineering (BoA 2&3) is the most modern of its kind in the world. The system in Grevenbroich-Neurath, consisting of two units, backs innovative power-plant engineering. Optimisation of all process steps in power generation ensures higher efficiency, lower emissions and greater flexibility.

 

Please register your attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference.
Who Will Attend

All ACI’s meetings are strictly end-user focussed and attract a targeted group of senior level decision-makers from industry. Delegates will be drawn from Coal and Energy Traders, Coal Producers, Coal Buyers, Coal Sales & Marketing Managers and Brokers,. Also Dry Bulk Shipping Companies, Freight Companies, Government Policy and Regulators, Exporters & Importers, Risk Managers, Lawyers.
Further Information & Registration
Sherine Whittle

Tel: +44 (0)20 7981 9800

Email: swhittle@acieu.net
Opportunities to Meet Your Target Audience
Maureen Ignacio

Tel: +44 (0)20 7981 2508

Email: mignacio@acieu.net

Source : Neftegaz.RU