In a few words
We represent the widely understood Central Europe energy sector (coal, gas, oil, renewables, nuclear, grids, and energy-intensive industries such as steel and chemicals, etc.).
30 (Wednesday) - 31 (Thursday)
Hungary, Rákóczi út 43-45
The aim of the Forum – organised by REKK Foundation – is to get a realistic mid-term outlook for the Ukrainian gas sector. The Energy Policy Forum will bring together government and business decision makers from all over Europe to clarify future scenarios for gas transit through Ukraine and to better understand the likely benefits from a more fundamental gas market integration between Ukraine and its EU neighbours.
The immediate objectives of the Forum are (i) to assess how far the restructuring of the Ukrainian gas market got due to recent legislative and organizational reforms, (ii) to clarify future scenarios for gas transit through Ukraine, (iii) to better understand the likely benefits from a more fundamental gas market integration between Ukraine and its EU neighbours of Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania, (iv) to better understand the remaining obstacles to a more fundamental gas market integration between Ukraine and its EU neighbours and (v) to put forward recommendations for the Central and South Eastern Europe Connectivity (CESEC) initiative on next steps to further promote a secure, efficient and integrated CESEC gas market inclusive of Ukraine.
Among the speakers:
- Top level representatives of Naftogaz
- Roman Opimakh, Executive Director, Association of Gas Producers of Ukraine
- Dejan Ostojic, Lead Energy Specialist, The World Bank
- Janez Kopac, Director, Energy Community Secretariat
- Péter Kaderják, Director, REKK
- Georg Zachmann, Senior Fellow at Bruegel and a member of the German Advisory Board in Ukraine
- Maciej Ciszewski, Team leader, European Commission, DG Energy, Security of Supply
- Ákos Kirsiton, Deputy CEO of the Hungarian Gas Storage
- Milan Sedláček, Head of EU Affairs and Strategy, Eustream
- Piotr Kus, Director, Development Division, Gaz System
- Sándor Fasimon, Executive Director, MOL Group
- Maciej Jakubik, Executive Director, Central European Energy Partners
- Laurent Hamou, Head of Booking Policy & Market Design, Gas Supply & Asset Management, Engie
- Tomasz Daborowski, Senior Fellow, OSW
REKK Foundation & Corvinus University of Budapest
All Day (Wednesday)
Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square
Universiteto str. 14, Vilnius, Lithuania
CEEP is a media partner for the 7th Traditional and Renewable Energy Forum, which will be held on the 30th of May, in Vilnius. The Traditional and Renewable Energy Forum is an annual event, bringing together energy sector’s leaders and decision-makers and is dedicated to provide a strategic energy outlook in the Baltic region, discuss issues of regional cooperation, analyse changes taking place in the gas, electricity and renewable energy sector.
This year’s edition will cover global trends in the energy sector, state policy, regulatory and financing issues, energy security and energy independence in the region, as well as gas market developments in the Baltics and the rising importance of renewable energy market.
SOME CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:
- Hando Sutter, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Eesti Energia
- Saulius Bilys, Member of the Board and CEO of Amber Grid AB
- Remigiusz Nowakowski, Vice President of DISE
- Piotr Paszko, Vice President of DISE
- Žygimantas Pavilionis, Member of the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania
- Martynas Nagevičius, President of the Lithuanian Confederation of Renewable Resources
- Bartosz Dubiński, CEO of Mazowiecka Agencja Energetyczna Sp. z o.o.
Organizers Estonian Chambers of Commerce, Primus, Attorneys at Law, Polish-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce
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