BREXIT and ENERGY
What does BREXIT mean for the Danish energy industry and how to work with it?
Brexit is a reality and companies are learning fast to work under new conditions for trade, investment, movement of labour and other regulation. UK is extremely important to the Danish energy industry as the largest investment destination, the second-largest export market and with an intense movement of labour in projects and within the companies.
How do we ensure smooth operations and further development of the relation under the new conditions? And how might British policies and priorities in energy change in the future? Join this meeting for an update on Brexit in energy and get answers to your questions.
The Danish Embassy in London and DI Energy helps you take stock and deal with the new challenges – and to find the new opportunities in energy. Se more on DI's BREXIT-site and Danish Embassy in London.
This virtual meeting takes place on Wednesday 24 March 2021 at 14.00-15.30 (DK time) / 13.00-14.30 (UK time)
Senior Advisor Hans Peter Slente, Danish Energy Industries Federation
What does BREXIT mean for British and Danish companies in the energy sector?
Ambassador Lars Thuesen, Danish Embassy in London
Market prospects in offshore oil, gas and wind. How to handle work permits, exports, and local content requirements?
Managing Director Brian Mercer, Semco Maritime UK
Decarbonising the heating sector – will the UK keep momentum and avoid policy drift vis-à-vis EU?
Public Affairs Director Emil Svaneborg Mathiasen, Grundfos
British rules and regulations on foreign labour
Senior Advisor Anita Kurowska Larsen, DI International Business Development
Market prospects for UK and how we pursue them
Senior Energy Advisor Rasmus Leth Traberg, Danish Embassy in London