[Energy Efficiency and Exhibition Summit Prague 29-30 November 2018]
ENERGY EFFICIENCY,LNG,HEDGING & CROSS BORDER TRADING SUMMIT on JUNE 21-23,2017
Energy,Power,Utilities Efficiency Conference Overview
With a demand for better prices of energy for end users, combined with increased costs and a demand for capital in investing into diverse infrastructure and regulation also playing its part, distribution and transmission companies within the electricity industry are facing even harsher challenges in terms of operational efficiency, risk management and financial restraints.
This has seen a shift from resource based management to asset based management amongst Electricity T&D companies.
This 2nd annual brings together key industry experts and gives clear insight into the main challenges in Oil, Gas,energy and utilities procurement and offers the most successful solutions that have been found to date. Experts from different industries will present case studies focusing on successful projects; effective ways to manage this kind of indirect spend and remain competitive.
-Data InterExchange Challanges
-Changing Gas Market of Europe
-European Natural Gas Pricing: Analyzing the best Options
-Recent Developments in Virtual Trading Hubs, Entry/Exit Zones
-PEGAS and ICE ENDEX
-Future Supply: LNG, Pipelines, Coal or Shale?
-Development of Gas Trading in CEE and SEE
The challenges of the Global & European Energy and gas trading markets in a global context – analysing the role of LNG, pipeline and unconventional gas in addressing “security of supply” in Europe and rising demand in Asia
Assessing the scope of the new policies and regulation, their implementation and direct implications for gas
traders – understanding REMIT, MIFID II, Basel II, MAD and EMIR.
Europe’s hybrid gas pricing system: examining the links and implications of oilindexed and hubbased pricing
– exploring effective ways to develop the best mechanisms for managing price volatility
The changing role of exchanges in the European gas trading markets
– examining the reasons for expansion of trade on exchanges.
Understanding new challenges of the forward trading markets – assessing whether the forward market is liquid
enough to hedge price and volume exposure.
European electricity price forecasts have become fundamental input to energy companies’ decision-making mechanisms. In view of competition, hourly electricity prices are being determined by a variety of market mechanisms, rather than cost-based engineering calculations. As a result, electric utilities, generators, and traders face a new set of forecasting problems. These challenges are unlike those in other industries, since electricity must be produced at the same time that it is consumed.
Our two-day event will focus on the array of modelling approaches that can be applied and evaluated for forecasting electricity prices. This forum will provide insight into effective price modeling; differences in short and long-term models; and factors affecting price forecasting such as renewables, weather etc. It will be a combination of case studies, panel discussions and workshops from several key experts in the field.
Who Should Attend
Presidents, VPs, Directors, Heads, Advisors, Managers of:
− Gas Trading
− Market Analysis
− Capacity Management
− Portfolio Management
− Business Development
− Strategy Gas Logistics
– Gas Trading Companies
− TSO’s Transmission System Operators
− Energy Exchanges
− Consultancy companies
− Energy and Gas Operators
− Energy Trading Companies
-Data Exchange in Power and Gas Markets
-Consumer Behaviour Analytics
-Data Storage and Security Challanges in Energy and Utility Companies
-Data Migration and Open Data
-Big Data and Analytics
-How to Handle Data Coming from Smart Grids and Meters
European Energy prices and Policy Interference
Modelling Physical Assets
Modelling electricity power prices and market developments
Short Term Up To Day-Ahead Power Forward Prices
Fundamental Model of Electricity Prices
Understanding Structured Weather Options
Price Forecasting in Illiquid Electricity Markets
Impact of the Grid on Short Term Forecasting
Retail Power Pricing
Deep Dive into Various Energy Markets
For additional information or questions about this summit, please see home page or contact Gabriel Chinonye Ugwu at
Gabriel & Gabriels . email@example.com or +420773647298
Global Data Management Analytics & Cyber Dangers Summit June 21-23 ,2017 in Prague
The Cyber Security for Oil,Gas,Energy,Power,Utility ,Pharma,Medical, Banking,Insurance & Financial Summit 09th-10th June and Nov 24-25th,2016 is aimed at Hatching effective Strategies to Combat the Mounting Cyber Risk to Critical Infrastructure.
Cyber Dangers Grows for all Sectors and companies are growing increasingly aware of the mounting threats posed to their business from cyber-attacks, both to their business sensitive information, and perhaps of greater concern, to their operating control infrastructure.
As technology has evolved over the past decade the industry has seen a heightened risk around the security of their IP enabled equipment. You only have to glance at the strategy documents emanating from boardrooms to recognize that network security is one of their key concerns as a business. Cyber-attacks and other IT security issues became a top industry concern for the first time in the history of Ernst & Young’s annual survey of energy executives in 2013 when it ranked number nine on the list of most important industry concerns.
The Cyber Security Summit is bringing together all industries to address critical concerns and trends with regard to the development of cyber security practices.
The complex nature of cyber attacks and those specifically levied against the industry have been increasing over the years and while the industry is well prepared, continuous improvement is always necessary to maintain an edge on the nefarious actors working against the industry.
Information and data forms the very lifeblood of today’s companies, with streams of data relating to all aspects of production projects flowing constantly through every artery in the corporate network. Data and information are critical assets of any organisation, and should be considered as valuable a resource as buildings, employees and products. For a company to gain a significant competitive advantage, it must focus on managing and using its data effectively.
This summit provides participants with practical, indepth understanding of how to implement a successful enterprise wide data governance and stewardship programme. Through a series of case studies from leading oil and gas companies, presentations and discussions and technology updates it provides an overview of the disciplines of governing data, covers the essential components of an enterprisewide programme, and outlines a roadmap to execute a successful data governance programme.
The “Global Data Management Analytics & Cyber Summit” brings together the top utility
analytics thought leaders, technology providers and consultants to address the major issues and deliver an innovative advanced analytics strategy.
•Create effective business models and monetize content by breaking down the silos and building an enterprisewide
•Overcome distribution management challenges and resolve outage problems using the latest analytics tools
•Increase predictive analytics and discover strategies to improve load forecasting across devices and platforms
•Optimize your asset performance to ensure the most efficient asset health management and ensure you have the
software necessary to prevent theft, fraud and recognize tamper detection
•Maximize customer performance unlock the behavioral analytics to better segment customers and collect better
energy usage information Develop effective roadmap for revenue assurance.
Speed up revenue recovery by integrated approach.
Minimize non-technical losses while optimizing data quality.
Enhance revenue assurance by analytic and fraud management solutions
Understand industry standards for revenue assurance.
Who Should Attend
-Utility IT managers and systems engineers
-Data analysis and Web Managers
-MDM and smart grid project directors
-Systems, software and IT vendors
-Smart grid technology and software developers
-System integrators and consultants
-Utilities and power generators
-Regulators and public policy makers
-Investors and financial community
• Utility Companies
• Exchanges and Hubs
• Research Institutes
• Government Bodies
We recognise that many organisations will be sending several of their team and are pleased to offer the following special offer for group bookings (applicable where all attendees are employed by the same organisation and are registered under one booking):
4 for the price of 3*
7 for the price of 5*
10 for the price of 7*
For groups of 12 or more, every second delegate attends free of charge*
For additional information or questions about this summit, please see home page or contact Gabriel Chinonye Ugwu at Gabriel & Gabriels . firstname.lastname@example.org or +420773647298.
The International Summit on Multidimensional Banking,Finance, Insurance,Investment & Regulatory Affairs Nov 24-25th in Prague.
New challenges, New solutions
This Summit aim to provide a forum for discussion and critical analysis of the major financial,banking,Insurance and Regulatory challenges and networking amongst CEO`s,academics,Directors,Chiefs,Managers,Seniors, policy-makers, research students and practitioners.
A broad range of topics will be covered during the conference as you will see on the agenda. Papers related to the following topics are suitable for submission to the conference:
Globalisation, financial and economic integration, financial crisis and the rapid changes in the global economic environment have changed perceptions of risk. The traditional Markowitz view of risk and diversification has been questioned as strategies that were previously thought to reduce risk have been demonstrated, in some circumstances, to have the opposite effect. Sophisticated instruments, new trading technologies and growing interrelations between capital markets have radically altered the landscape of risk in financial markets.Whilst complex corporate structures, opaque balance sheets and the rise of shadow banks have added to the mix of risks faced by financial institutions. A constantly changing regulatory environment compounds these issues across both markets and institutions make the measurement and management of risk increasingly complex..In such an evolving global economic and financial environment where risks are becoming increasingly complex and entangled we are asking: How can we assess risk? How can we manage risk?
In addition to the papers directly related to the conference theme, we would like to invite submission of papers relating to all aspects of banking and finance as you will see on the draft agenda. Both theoretical and empirical papers are encouraged in areas which include, but are not limited to all topics on the agenda.
Operational Risk and Digitalization
Effective Integration of Operational Risk and Internal Control
Risk Measurement and Risk Assessments
Implementation of New Regulatory Expectations
Risk Data Aggregation and Reporting
Embedding Operational Risk – Making it Business Relevant
Interaction of Operational Risk, Conduct Risk and Reputational Risk
The International Summit On Pharmacology,Ethnopharmacology,Oncology,Toxicology,Clinical Trials,Pharmaceutical & Regulatory Affairs 24-25th Nov,2016 in Prague .
Themes1: Pharmacological Frontiers for Natural Products Drug Discovery and Development
Theme 3: Embracing Recent Strategies in Global Regulatory Affairs
Theme 4: Exploring Cutting Edge Technologies and Global Clinical Trials of the Future
Importance and scope:
With the development of specific and potent synthetic drugs, the emphasis of the pharmacist’s responsibility has moved substantially towards the utilization of scientific knowledge in the proper use of modern medicines and the protection of the public against dangers that are inherent in their use. Pharmacists are employed in regulatory control and drug management, community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, the pharmaceutical industry, academic activities, training of other health workers, and research. In all these fields, their aim is to ensure optimum drug therapy, both by contributing to the preparation, supply and control of medicines and associated products, and by providing information and advice to those who prescribe or use pharmaceutical products.With target audience as Leading Principle Investigators, Methodologists, Clinicians, Scientists, CRO’s, Biotech and Pharmaceutical industry professionals, Researchers and Academicians to discuss the advancements in preclinical research, clinical study designs, and conducts of clinical trials, future of clinical trials along with advancements in clinical trials of different diseases and disorders.Clinical Trials Management System has made enormous progress in past few years, and according to Transparency Market Research the estimated net worth is approximately US$844 million in 2013, while growing at a compound annual growth rate of 14% during the forecast period, the worldwide Clinical Trials Management System market is expected to acquire market value worth US$1,848.5 million by 2019. Clinical trials are research studies that explore whether a medical strategy, treatment, or device is safe and effective for humans. Study show which medical approaches work best for certain illnesses or groups of people. The purpose of clinical trials is research, so the studies follow strict scientific standards. These standards protect patients and help produce reliable study results. Clinical trials are one of the final stages of a long and careful research process. Clinical trials are conducted for every disease. The main reason for carrying out trials is to determine whether one treatment is better than another, 19% on average, increase in Number of registration per year in Clinical Trials, 46.5% increase in Market Investment in Clinical Trials from 2010-2015 This Summit will also provide platform for the Clinical Research Organizations and Pharmaceutical Industries to share about the efficacy of their products and new technologies Provide the information about new drugs and therapeutic techniques to healthcare professionals.
As Pharmaceutical care moves to a more patient centred model it becomes extremely important to ensure an adequate and professional pharmacy practice. Pharmacists, in one hand, need to ensure maximum use of their skills by embarking on a culture of lifelong learning. On the other hand, it becomes evident that all members of the healthcare system need to co-operate to ensure planning, implementation and monitoring of a therapeutic plan that focuses on effective patient outcome. International pharmacy conference reinforces the importance of collaboration and dialogue between Policy Makers, Stakeholders, Regulators and Pharmaceutical experts.
Universities, Medical colleges, Researchers from pharmaceutical
Companies, Pharmacy associations and societies, Business
Entrepreneurs, Training institutes, Software developing companies,
Manufacturing medical devices companies, CRO and Data
Clinical Study Designs
Innovations in Clinical Trials
Data Management and Statistics
Transforming Trials Methodologies: Clinical Studies
Challenges and Advancement in Breast Cancer Trials: Case Study
Clinical Trials Supplies
Future of Clinical Trials
Bioethics and Quality Regulation
Clinical and Medical case reports
Fundamentals Of pharmacy
Global Regulatory Safety Updates
New Data Sources for Safety Assessment
Current Approaches to Benefit-Risk Assessment
Emerging Concepts in Toxicology
Medical and Clinical Toxicology
In-vitro and In-vivo Toxicology
Microbiology and Toxicology
Occupational and Environmental Toxicology
Countermeasure for Toxins
Pharma Reasearch & Development companies
Pharma clinical trails
Terms and conditions
Conference Cancellation Policy
If a registrant is unable to attend, and providing the conference organisers are informed in writing by the final date for payment that is displayed on the website for the event in question, a registrant can leave the fee paid with the organisers as payment towards a place at the same event or another Academic Conferences event that takes place in the 12 months following the originally booked event. In the case of a contributing author, the paper will not be published in the Conference Proceedings if the fee is held over for another conference.
Where the registrant is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer his/her place to another person or to another event, then the following refund arrangements apply:
Registrations cancelled more than 60 days before the event will be refunded 80% of the registration fees.
Registrations cancelled less than 60 but more than 30 days before the event will be refunded 50% of the registration fees.
Registrations cancelled less than 30 days before the event will not be eligible for a refund.
Registrations from authors cancelled as a result of a paper not being accepted will be refunded 80% of the registrations fees. The remaining 20% of the fee contributes to administration costs incurred.
Cancellations from authors made after a failed visa application will be refunded the registration fees paid in excess of Euro200, which covers the costs associated with processing the paper. In this event, the paper will still be published in the conference proceedings and delegates will receive an electronic copy of the proceedings. Earlybird Student registrations are not refundable in this instance.
Cancellations from non-authors made after a failed visa application will be refunded the registration fees paid less an administration charge of Euro 50 per participant registered.
Conference proceedings for registered participants who are for whatever reason unable to attend will be mailed by regular post to the address we have on file. This will only be done once. Should you have to withdraw please ensure we have your correct mailing address on file.
In the event that printed proceedings have been ordered and the participant is unable to attend, additional postage charges may be applied.
For all other payments, a bank transfer will be made to the payee nominated account.