5th Frankfurt Gas Forum 2017 Distinguished Speakers Include

Sue Saarnio
Acting Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs, Bureau of Energy Resources, U.S. Department of State, United States
Robert F. Cekuta
U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan
Piotr Woźniak
CEO, PGNiG - Polish Oil and Gas Company, Poland
Paul Corcoran
CFO, Nord Stream 2, Switzerland
Andriy Kobolyev
CEO, Naftogaz of Ukraine, Ukraine
Peter Fischer
Deputy Director General for Energy & Climate Policy and Export Control, German Federal Foreign Office, Germany
Reinhard Mitschek
Senior Vice President Gas Transport International, OMV Gas & Power, Austria
Philippe Vedrenne
Senior Vice President Gas Supply and Asset Management, ENGIE, France
James Herman
U.S. Consul General in Frankfurt
Ron Adam
Ambassador, Special Envoy on Energy, OECD coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affair, Israel
Matthew Bryza
U.S. Ambassador (ret.), CEO, Lamor TU, & Member of BoD, Turcas Petrol, United States
Wolfgang Peters
fmr Chairman & CEO, RWE Supply & Trading CZ, and Managing Director, The Gas Value Chain Company GmbH , Germany
Maciej Wozniak
Vice President, PGNiG - Polish Oil and Gas Company, Poland
Friedbert Pflüger
Deputy Minister of Defense (ret.); Director, European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS), King’s College London; Managing Partner, Pflüger International; Chairman, Internet Economy Foundation, Germany
Michael Kohl
Managing Director, innogy Gas Storage NWE GmbH, Germany
Mariusz Kawnik
Director of the Department of Regulatory and International Affairs, PGNiG - Polish Oil and Gas Company, Poland
Steven P. Finizio
Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, United Kingdom
Johannes P. Willheim
Partner, Jones Day, Austria, Germany and United Kingdom
Matthias Laue
Director, Pöyry Management Consulting (Deutschland), Germany
Arnold Dupuy
Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton, United States
Lou Pugliaresi
President, Energy Policy Research Foundation (EPRINC), United States
Jeffrey Gedmin
Senior Advisor, Blue Star Strategies, United States
Benjamin Schmitt
European Energy Security Advisor, Bureau of Energy Resources, U.S. Department of State, United States
Gulmira Rzayeva
Senior Research fellow, Center for Strategic Studies Under the President of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijan
Anthony Livanios
CEO, U.S. Energy Stream

5th Frankfurt Gas Forum 2017

The Frankfurt Gas Forum has been established as the most exclusive energy event in Frankfurt. It is a unique commercial platform for energy leaders, investors and government decision makers to gain market intelligence and promote commercial agreements. 

This year U.S. Energy Stream organizes the 5th Frankfurt Gas Forum 2017 on 13th & 14th December  at the Schlosshotel Kronberg, Hainstraße 25, 61476 Kronberg, Germany.

The topic of the 5th Frankfurt Gas Forum 2017 is the role of LNG and pipeline gas in the diversification of European gas supplies in the era of American energy renaissance. Traditional and new gas pipeline suppliers to Europe have to compete with rising US LNG exports. 

The Forum is a by invitation only, private, closed door, off-the record, and non-attribution meeting enabling private discussions and networking.


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5th Frankfurt Gas Forum 2017 Venue

Schlosshotel Kronberg

The 5-star luxury hotel in the Taunus is located above the picturesque Taunus town of Kronberg in the middle of an impressive park next to an 18-hole golf course. As a golf resort and luxurious country hotel, the Schlosshotel in the Taunus is loved in equal measure by golfers, gourmets and people who appreciate art and traditional values.

The Schlosshotel is well-established in the Taunus and the whole Rhine-Main region as an exclusive hotel for corporate event or business meeting in a stylish setting for all kinds of banquets and celebrations.

Schlosshotel Kronberg 
Hainstraße 25 
61476 Kronberg