Energy Ireland, in association with the Irish Institute of Purchasing
and Materials Management (IIPMM) is running a one-day seminar examining
key aspects of the Irish energy market and, in particular, how market
developments impact on the large energy user sector.
The seminar will take place on Thursday 6th October 2011 at the
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry, Dublin.
The objective of the seminar is to give those involved in buying
and managing energy an understanding of the key drivers in energy
prices, their impact on businesses and organisations and how energy
can be managed more efficiently within organisations in order to
reduce the final energy bill.
Key issues examined in the seminar programme include -
- Overview of gas and electricity prices in Ireland
- Drivers and effects of high oil prices
- The outlook for the oil and gas market
- Developments in the international gas market
- Looking ahead to Phase III of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
- Preparing for the Energy Efficiency Directive.
Speakers include -
- Dr Leo Drollas - Chief Economist, Centre for Global Energy
- Martin Howley - Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
- Ger Fullam - Managing Director, KORE Energy
- Keelin O'Brien - Manager, Gas Networks Operations, Commission
for Energy Regulation
- Dr Ken Macken - Programme Manager, Environmental Protection
- Denis O'Leary - Head of Sustainability & Systems, ESB
- Dermot Doran - Energy Manager, Pfizer Ireland.
To Register -
Registration fee: €295 (reduced rate for IIPMM members
Complimentary copy of the Energy Ireland Yearbook for all delegates
attending the seminar