On 17 May 2016, Dentons' third annual Global Energy Summit
brought together key industry leaders to discuss current challenges
facing the energy sector and the opportunities arising from them.
Over 200 delegates and 50 Dentons partners from around the world
took part in the discussions.
The Summit's core focus was on the outcomes of the 2015
United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP21, and their
impact on the energy industry, from the perspectives of both
traditional energy businesses and "new energy". Please
click on the link for key messages from the Summit presentations
and debates. Please also see the links below for the presentation
Whilst the themes explored at the Summit in May continue to
dominate discussion in the wider global energy industry, the UK
electorate's vote to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016
has now become a headline issue for all businesses with an interest
in the UK energy sector. We offer some first thoughts on "
energy Brexit" in a post on our Global Energy Blog and
Rely on Dentons' Global Energy group, situated in nearly
every important energy hub across the world, to help you navigate
local challenges while supporting your global objectives.
Opening Plenary Session -
Paris COP21 - the consequences for industry
Parallel Session 1 - Issues for energy lawyers in 2016 Parallel Session
2 - Implications of recent events in Iran and the Middle East
3 - Distressed oil and gas - opportunities in the current low oil
price environment Parallel Session
4 - Renewables and the future of global energy markets Closing plenary - COP21 and China Investment
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