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The Energy Lectures to host ‘Purchasing & Financing Major Energy Contracts’ New Perspectives in the Post Economic Crisis

Wednesday March 03, 2010 - 10:10 AM EST

Source: Business Wire News Releases Author: The Energy Lectures

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The Energy Lectures, a newly launched lecture series for major energy user organisations, will host a one day event for financial directors and energy procurement specialists on 19 May at The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester. Sponsored by Encore International, Inenco, npower and Shell Gas Direct, the event offers executives at major energy consuming organisations an insightful and invaluable overview of the UK energy market and detailed analysis of future issues.

Promising the very latest thinking, delivered by the foremost authorities in their field, â‘Purchasing & Financing Major Energy Contracts' represents an opportunity for professionals to gain insight into the industry's most pressing issues, including the politics of energy in an election year.

Featuring a number of high calibre energy and environment keynote speakers, event highlights include a speech from Matthew Farrow, head of environment, CBI, who will discuss â‘Could a change of Government affect UK plc's energy strategy?' Also, David Porter OBE, Chief Executive of the Association of Electricity Producers, will investigate how energy security might affect the top 1,000 energy users in the UK. David Strahan, the award winning investigative journalist will deliver the lunch keynote, â‘Peak Oil: Depletion of the Black Stuff'.

Other subjects covered include insurance planning and risk management, while both sessions include a major end user case study presented by James Summerbell, Tesco, and Tim Morris, Corus, two of the UK's largest energy using companies.

The event costs £245 to attend, though delegates registering before 31 March can take advantage of an early-bird discount and pay just £195. To register or for more information about the full lecture programme, visit: www.theenergylectures.co.uk

Media places at The Energy Lectures are available. Please contact Sue Glanville at Say Communications for more information.

Editor's notes:

For the full programme please visit the event's website at: www.theenergylectures.co.uk

The Energy Lectures costs £245 to attend. Register before 31 March 2010 and pay just £195. Cost includes the full lecture programme and a seated three course lunch.

Contacts:

Say Communications Sue Glanville/Jo Gwaspari

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