As gasworld prepares to return to Europe for its next industrial gas conference, a complex economic and industrial landscape exists in the region. Western Europe continues to bear the brunt of external economic headwinds.
China’s slowing growth, coupled with ongoing global market volatility, is a cause for concern for Europe’s developed economies. Sustained political issues also continue to take their inevitable toll.
Yet in some quarters there is a notion that Europe’s economy is in its best shape for more than half a decade and, while it is undoubtedly the cause of much of that market volatility, the low price of oil is a relatively good thing for the region. Such a complex battleground of investment calls for greater insight and analysis, and leading on from the success of the Europe Industrial Gas Conference 2015 in Budapest, Hungary, gasworld will head to Düsseldorf, Germany in June for a follow-up conference titled ‘Carving Out Growth’.
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