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Industry Outlook, Strategy & Finance
of the World’s Leading Energy Exporter

London, 22-23 June 2017 


Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation 

Boris Abramov, Trade Representative of the Russian Federation in the United Kingdom

The Rt Hon. Charles Hendry, Chairman,Eurasia Partners Ltd,
Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change (2010-2012)

Peter Charow
Vice President – Russia, BP Plc.

Mark Gyetvay, CFO and Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, Novatek 

Olivier Lazare, Shell Country Chair Russia


Paul Corcoran, Chief Financial Officer, Nord Stream 2 AG

Philip Lambert, CEO, 
Lambert Energy Advisory

Farid Jafarov, General Director, SOCAR Russia and SOCAR Polymer

Arne Walther, Associate Fellow, Fridtjof Nansen Institute; Ambassador of Norway to Japan (2009-2014)

Vyacheslav Okhotin,
Managing Director – Head of Power, Downstream Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals at Gazprombank

Ilnar Mirsiyapov
Member of the Management Board, Head of Strategy and Investment Unit, Inter RAO UES

Ian Taylor, President and CEO, VITOL

Thilo Wieland, Member of the BoD, Exploration & Production in Russia, North Africa and South America, Wintershall


Russian Energy Sector

– Energy as a major component of the national economy
– Untapped innovation potential
– International strategic partnerships for growth and development
– Looking beyond oil & gas

Export of Russian Oil & Gas

– Export routes, projects’ economics, and access to markets
– Global competition – a view from European & Asian competitors
– Room for more liberalised gas exports?

Traders Session

– Russian hydrocarbons in the global market

Financing & the Russian Energy Sector

– Impact of sanction
– M&A activity and privatisation
– Current risk and opportunities


– Russian projects in the global context

Petrochemicals in Russia

– Recent developments
– Attractiveness for business

Localisation of Equipment Production & Engineering

– Is it attractive for major international companies?

Industry Innovation, Security & 'Internet of Things' in the Energy Sector

– Unlocking new opportunities for growth and cost-saving

Clean Technology, Renewables & the Low Carbon Economy

– Institutional transition to sustainable development
– Role of energy policies
– Challenges of promoting clean energy sources

“It is fantastic for networking and filling in some of the gaps to build up a complete picture for us as we pursue the important projects in Russia. It is a great to be here, to meet up a really broad range of individuals from the industry including a lot of focus on financing.”

Steve Wildman, Project Development Director LNG, Siemens PLC