On 7th October, chief executives from Gazprom, Shell and OMV will discuss the future of the global natural gas market
On 7th October, Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller, OMV CEO Alfred Stern and Royal Dutch Shell Gas Business Director Maarten Wetselaar will be in attendance at the St. Petersburg International Gas Forum to discuss what global natural gas market will face amid the energy transition.

Along with Jean-Marie Dauger, Chairman of the World Energy Council, Klaus-Dieter Maubach, Chief Executive Officer of Uniper SE, and Joe M. KANG, President of the International Gas Union, they will take part in the panel session of the forum entitled “Natural Gas: New Challenges and Solutions in the World Energy “.

The session will be moderated by the President of the Global Energy Association Dr Sergey Brilev.

The St. Petersburg International Gas Forum is one of the TOP-5 largest international congress and exhibition projects in the oil and gas industry. The issues raised at the forum are dedicated to the development of the Russian gas market, as well as global trends in the natural gas industry. Decisions made by industry leaders following discussions have a direct impact on the global gas market.


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