In an industry undergoing such radical transformation as global energy, it can often be difficult to take a forward looking perspective on the trends and developments which will have a meaningful impact on your future business in the years ahead.
The FT-WEC Energy Leaders Question Time redresses the balance and provides the opportunity to put questions about the future shape of the industry directly to key decision- makers and industry leaders.
Chaired by Ed Crooks, US Energy & Industry Editor of the Financial Times, our distinguished panel will engage in a free-flowing debate regarding the key energy issues of the day including : the role of gas as the -game changer- in global energy, smart policy responses to the twin challenges of energy security and climate change, and prospects for achieving the vision of a carbon free future by 2050 in the light of current economic and financial constraints, political uncertainties, and the status of new energy technologies in development.
Confirmed panel participants include:

Miguel Martinez, COO, Repsol YPF
Dick Cooper, Global Energy & Resources Consulting Leader, Deloitte
Ed Crooks, Energy Editor of the Financial Times
Pierre Gadonneix, Chairman, World Energy Council
Jose Antonio Muniz Lopes, Chief Executive Officer, Eletrobras
Hélène Pelosse, Interim Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Dr Johannes Teyssen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, E.ON AG
Thierry Vandal, Chief Executive Officer, Hydro-Quebec
At the heart of our debate will be the audience. Time will be allocated during the discussion for questions from the floor, and attending delegates will be invited to submit questions for the panel in advance of conference.
The audience for this invitation only event will be selected to represent a broad spectrum of the industry, government and civil society.

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