Day two of The Europe Industrial Gas Conference 2015 begins in earnest this morning in Budapest, Hungary, with innovation and new market opportunities on the agenda for delegates.

Around 140 delegates from 25 countries have gathered at the Flamenco Hotel in Budapest for the event, highlighting the significance of the region to local and international companies alike.

While day one of the conference yesterday set the scene with an exploration of the economic and investment climate in the region, as well as the leading drivers for growth, day two focuses on new markets and opportunities and supply chain practicalities.

The conference’s theme of Two Markets, One Goal will continue to be discussed and debated today through keynote presentations from:

  • Bertrand Saraux, Air Liquide
  • Nigel Lewis, Spiritus Group
  • Dr. Terje Martin Halmø, University of Stavanger
  • Michael Ayres and Jon Trembley, Dearman and Air Products
  • Hector Villarreal, Weldcoa
  • Doug O’Dell, TrackAbout

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The event comes at a key time for the European gases industry. On the one hand, Europe is divided: by two industrial gas markets at distinctly different stages of development. On the other, the region is united: in its quest for growth and profitability. Europe has also been gripped by well-documented economic and political uncertainty of late, leading to low growth and investment difficulties.

 

Follow the conference

Keep abreast of all the latest news, views and developments at the Europe Industrial Gas Conference 2015 via the gasworld website, updated throughout the day.

A full review of the conference will also be published in the upcoming July edition of gasworld magazine.