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19th Annual BBSPA Conference – Agenda

19 Annual BBSPA Conference

April 17-18, 2013, The Marriott Hotel, Vienna

 Media Partners: Argus Media

12:00 – 14:00 Welcome Coffee and Registration

UPSTREAM AND SUPPLY

Session chairman: Mr. Hans Hutta, General Manager, Petroleum Management Academy

  • Conventional and unconventional oil & gas developments in Europe and the BBS region
  • Hydrocarbon potential of the Balkans and Black Sea area
  • Shale gas projects update
  • Innovations and new techniques in exploration and production

13:55 – 14:00 Chairman’s welcome and introduction
14:00 – 14:20 Ms. Heather Nicolson, Research Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
The Outlook for Central and Eastern Europe’s Upstream Sector
14:20 – 14:40 Dr. Gabor Tari, Group Chief Scientist for Geology, OMV Exploration and Production
Deepwater Play Types of the Black Sea: an Overview

  • Current acreage dynamics in the Black Sea
  • Subdivision of deepwater play types
  • Deep water exploration targets drilled to date
  • Untested deep water play types and targets
  • Next steps and future trends

14:40 – 15:00 Mr. Andras Jenei, Advisor to the CEO, TXM Oil and Gas Exploration Ltd/Falcon Oil & Gas, Advisor to the Ministry of National Development of Hungary
Shale Gas in Europe
15:00-15:30 Coffee break

Legal and Regulatory Session

  • Legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks of upstream activities
  • Concession agreements and production sharing agreements
  • Investment protection
  • Development of Regulatory & Legal Framework of Shale Gas Exploration & Production in Romania and Europe

15:30-15:50 Dr. Irina Paliashvili, Managing Partner of RULG – Ukrainian Legal Group
Regulatory Upstream Update in Ukraine
Opportunities to convert an existing subsoil license into a PSA
15:50-16:10 Mr. Laurentiu Pachiu, Managing Partner, Pachiu & Associates Attorneys at Law, Development of Regulatory & Legal Framework of Shale Gas Exploration & Production in Romania and Europe

  •  The reasons for which the production of shale gas must be part of any credible and sustainable energy mix at the European level
  •  The existing legal and political initiatives at the EU level that can influence the debate around shale gas
  •  A case study on the Romanian relevant legislation, regulatory framework and public awareness in the case of shale gas
  •  A series of recommendations that could contribute to Romania attaining a higher degree of economic and energy security

Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Oil

  • Refining in South-East Europe
  • Oil demand and supply overviews and scenarios
  • Country markets – overviews
  • Oil prices trends

16:10 – 16:30 Mr. Arsenije Dusanic, Energy Market Analyst, JBC
Energy Downstream Developments in the BBS Region

16:30-16:50 Mr. Matthew Monteverde, Senior Analyst, Argus Media
20:00 Networking cocktail reception

Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Gas

Session chairman: Mr. Julian Bowden, BP Gas and Power

  • Gas prices trends
  • Investing in gas infrastructure
  • Gas demand and supply scenarios
  • Gas markets outlook
  • Demands/ supply overview
  • Russian and Caspian gas supply pipeline projects update
  • Diversification of routes and sources of gas supplies: gas pipeline projects update, relationship between gas interconnections, gas storage and major supply routes
  • Spot and long term gas supplies
  • Gas storage and hub developments in Europe
  • Market opening and liberalization
  • Capacity trading, reservations and tenders, interruptible capacities
  • Congestion management
  • Merging of balancing zones and economy of scale
  • Common grid rules and network codes
  • Achieving Internal Energy Market

08:55 – 09:00 Chairman’s welcome and introduction

09:00–09:20 Janez Kopač, Director, Energy Community Secretariat
Southern Energy Corridor
09:20–09:40 Dr. Giorgi Vashakmadze, Director, Corporate Development, White Stream Consortium
Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline And WS Across The Black Sea – Essential

  • Components Of The Full-Scale Southern Gas Corridor
  •  Caspian gas is critical for achieving the desirable energy mix in the EU
  •  Trans-Caspian Pipeline is a crux for making the Southern Corridor valuable for the EU
  • Southern Corridor requires two entry points
  • into the EU to reach the needed strategic magnitude
  •  Complementarities and mutual reinforcement of the routes via Caucasus – Black sea geographical corridor and Caucasus Turkey geographical corridor

09:40–10:00 Dr. Liana Jervalidze, Research Fellow, the International School of The Caucasus Studies, Ilia State University
Energy policy priorities of new Georgian leadership

  • Current state of transit projects, Southern Gas Corridor
  • Update on LNG-AGRI project
  •  Update on negotiations with multilateral bodies: EC and EU Commission on Association Agreement with focus on energy transit

10:00–10:20 Ms. Zeynep Dereli, Managing Director, APCO Worldwide
Role of Turkey for Gas Transit and Supply

  • Turkey’s importance in gas
  • Turkey – located between big energy producers and the EU market – can make a substantial contribution to Europe’s energy security.
  • Turkey is different from other countries currently queuing for EU entry: it is big, fast-growing and strategically placed. The internal demand is increasing and making Turkey an important gas market on its own.
  •  Due to its strategic location Turkey can be the trading hub for gas.

10:20–10:40 Mr. Christian Dolezal, Head of Corporate Communication and Public Affairs, Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH
The Latest Developments of the Nabucco Pipeline Project

  • Nabucco fulfills the need of diversification in the Southern Corridor
  • Nabucco enables the interconnection of the entire Balkan
  • The unique legal framework reduces the risks for investors
  • Nabucco is the European flagship project

10:40–11:00 Lutz Landwehr, Commercial Director, Trans Adriatic Pipeline
TAP’s Gas Supply Potential for the Balkans and Western Europe

  • TAP’s concept commercial and technical strengths
  •  Beyond landfall in southern Italy: bringing gas to wider SEE region, western Europe
  • Delivering pipeline on time and spec, awaiting decision from Shah Deniz

11:00–11:30 Coffee break

11:30–11:50 Mr. Peter Arp, Vice President Sales Central/Eastern Europe, E.ON Ruhrgas AG
Gas Market and Prices Overview
11:50–12:10 Mr. Gottfried Steiner, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of the Central European Gas Hub AG, Central European Gas Hub
Gateway from East to West

  • The role of CEGH for Trading in CEE and its geographical position
  • Impact of the new gas market model on the Austrian trading system
  • The new Virtual Trading Point: conclusions after the first 3 months of operation
  •  Assessing the possibilities of market coupling between Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia

12:10–12:30Mr. Vladimir Djurovic, Head of Development Department, Plinacro
New Interconnections and Supply Routes

  • Position of the Republic of Croatia and SEE in relation to the new supply projects
  • New supply projects – SOUTH STREAM, NABUCCO, TAP + IAP, LNG…
  • Connecting gas transmission systems in the region and their integration in the European gas flows and market

12:30–12:50 Mr. Balázs Lakatos, Sales, Marketing & General Affairs Manager, E.ON Földgáz Storage Zrt.
Regional Storage Opportunities in the Light of the Recent Infrastructure Investment Decisions
Gas Infrastructure, Trade and Hubs
12:50–13:10 Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager, BBSPA
Introduction to the Utilization of Existing and Planned Gas Pipeline and Storage Capacities in the BBS Region

13:10–14:00 Lunch

Legal and Regulatory Aspects

Session chairman: Mr. Christian Filippitsch, Norton Rose

  • Competition regulations
  • EU oil and gas environmental regulations
  • Implementation of third-party access in gas storage and gas transit
  • Price review arbitration and gas supply agreements
  • Legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks for downstream activities
  • Implementation of third-party access in gas storage and gas transit
  • Policies for competitive markets development
  • Gas in the Energy Mix
  • Regulation incentives for investment in infrastructure
  • EU Mandate for External Energy Policies and Projects
  • Third Energy Package implementation
  • Merger control
  • Gas Target Model and Investments in New Markets
  • Long- and short-term contracts with suppliers and customers
  • Access to pipelines
  • Competitiveness and security
  • Abuse of infrastructure
  • Interplay with EU external energy policy
  • EU competition law enforcement in the gas sector
  • Cartel issues

13:55 – 14:00 Chairman’s welcome and introduction
New Infrastructure Developments and Legal Implications
14:00–14:20 Ms. Ana Stanic, Principal, EA Law
Southern Gas Corridor: Recent Developments and Legal Implications

  • The recent developments to finalise the route of the Southern Gas Corridor;
  • The legal implications of the various proposed routes;
  • Key outstanding issues which need to be addressed to ensure the viability of the project; and
  • The recent developments in EU law and their implications for the project.

14:20–14:40 Mr. Christian Filippitsch, Partner, Norton Rose
Competition Law Development and Practices in the EU

  •  Long-term contracts with suppliers and customers
  •  Access to pipelines
  •  Joint ventures on production and selling
  • Interplay with EU external energy policy

14:40–15:00Mr. Matthew Levitt, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Cartel Issues in Gas Supply and Contract Arrangements
15:00–15:20 Mr. Piotr Kuś, Director, Brussels Office, GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. Gas Transmission Operator
Regularity Approaches and the Role of Regulators
15:20–15:40 Dr. Nadia Horstmann, Head of Section International Coordination Energy, Bundesnetzagentur
Regulatory Approach in Terms of Security of Supply and the Role of the European Energy Agency
15:40–16:00 Dr. Katerina Sardi, Head of Energy Planning and International Affairs of the Energy Regulatory Authority of Greece
Regulatory Tools for Utilizing and Trading Virtual Reverse Capacity in the Balkans

16:00–16:30 Coffee break
Gas Market Models and Regimes
16:30–16:50 Mr. Oliver Altenhoff, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Open Grid Europe
Recent Developments in the Gas Market Regulatory Regime in Germany and Europe
16:50–17:10 Mr. Gerhard Siegl, Sales Distribution
Gas Connect Austria, The New Austrian Market Model

  • The Austrian gas transportation system – historic development and prevailing of transit flows
  • Implementation of the 3rd package on the transmission system
  • Implementation of the 3rd package on the distribution system

EU Energy Efficiency Directive and EU Energy and Climate Policy
17:10–17:30 Mr. Leif Christian Cropp, Head of Emerging Businesses, E.ON
Efficiency Directive – Impact and Opportunities for European Utility Companies
17:30–17:50 Ruud Wassen, EU Affairs Director, Eurogas
EU Energy and Climate Policy

  • Gas is currently in a challenging position due to incoherent EU energy and climate policies
  • A more balanced energy and climate policy is needed
  • Developments in the rest of the world are very positive for gas
  • What could be the right way forward in the EU?

18th Annual BBSPA Conference – Agenda

18 Annual BBSPA Conference, May 3-4, 2012

The Marriott Hotel, Vienna

 

All sessions of the Conference will take place in the A Ballroom at the Marriott Hotel, Vienna
 
Day 1, Thursday, May 3, 2012

 08:00 – 08:50 Registration and Coffee
 
8:55-9:10 Opening Address by Dr. Jochen Penker, Director for European and International Energy Policy, Federal Ministry of Economy, Family and Youth of Austria
 
 09:10 – 12:35 Morning Session
 

Session I: Upstream and Supply

Session Chairman: Hans Hutta, Petroleum Management Academy

 
09:10 – 09:35
Sterling Resources
Romanian Black Sea – Ready for Success?
Mark Beacom, Vice President and General Manager, Sterling Resources
 
09:35 – 10:00
Petroleum Management Academy
Upstream Potential of the Black Sea
Hans Hutta, General Manager, Petroleum Management Academy
 
10:00 – 10:25
Erste Bank
Update on M&A Activity in the Oil & Gas Sector
Heimo Stauchner, Head of Energy & Natural Resources, Investment Banking, Erste Group Bank
 
10:25 – 10:50
New Ukrainian PSA Black Sea Tenders
Dr. Volodymyr Ignashchenko, Counselor to the Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine, Member, PSA Inter-Agency Committee of Ukraine
 
10:50-11:20 Coffee Break
 
11:20 – 11:45
Petroleum Development Consultants
The Potential for Unconventional Oil & Gas in Europe
David Aron, Managing Director, Petroleum Development Consultants 

11:45 12:10
Falcon Oil & Gas
Upstream Shale Gas Developments in the CEE-Caspian Region
Andras Jenei, Advisor to the CEO, TXM Oil and Gas Exploration/Falcon Oil & Gas, Advisor to the Ministry of National Development of Hungary, Head of the Energy Workshop of the Center for Fair Political Analysis

12:10 – 12:35
Schlumberger
Doug Bentley, European Unconventional Resources Manager, Schlumberger

12:35 – 14:00 Lunch
Palais Sachsen Coburg Hall, the Marriott Hotel

14:00- 17:25 Afternoon Session

Session II: Legal and Regulatory Regime

Session Chairman: Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager,BBSPA

14:00 – 14:25
DG Energy, the European Commission
EU Offshore Safety Initative
Eero Ailio, Deputy Head, Unit B3 – Coal and Oil, DG Energy, European Commission

14:25 – 14:50
RULG-Ukrainian Legal Group
Legal Framework for Upstream Activities in Ukraine
Dr. Irina Paliashvili, Managing Partner, RULG-Ukrainian Legal Group

14:50 – 15:15 DG Energy, the European Commission

New Draft Regulation on Guidelines for Trans-European Energy Infrastructure
Zoltan Deak, Policy Officer, Unit B.1,Internal Market I: Networks & Regional Initiatives, DG Energy, European Commission

15:15 – 15:40 Covington & Burling LLP
EU Competition Law Enforcement in the Gas Sector
Lars Kjølbye, Attorney, Covington & Burling LLP

 15:40 – 16:10 Coffee Break

16:10 – 16:35 GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.
Developing Natural Gas Infrastructure In Central Europe – From Isolation to Market Opening and Integration
Piotr Kuś, Director, Brussels Office, GAZ-SYSTEM – Polish Gas Transmission System Operator

Session III.1: Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Downstream Oil

Session Chairman: Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager, BBSPA

16:35 – 17:00 PFC Energy

Eastern Mediterranean Downstream Developments
Marc Seris, Senior Director Downstream and Petrochemicals Group, PFC Energy

 17:00 – 17:25 JBC Energy

BBS&CEE Refining Sector: Russia, an Ace up This Region’s Sleeve?

Arsenije Dusanic, JBC Energy

19:30 Cocktail Reception, Foyer I

Day 2, May 4, 2012

8:00 – 9:00 Welcome Coffee Break

9:00- 12:50 Morning Session

Session III.2: Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Downstream Gas

Session Chairman: Julian Bowden, BP Gas & Power

09:00 – 09:25
Central European Gas Hub
Development of a Gas Hub in Central Europe
Gottfried Steiner, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Central European Gas Hub

09:25 – 09:50
RWE Supply & Trading
Outlook of the Gas Sector in CEE
Erik Kolstö, Head of Commercial Management Supply & Capacity Russia, RWE Supply & Trading

09:50 – 10:15
New Interconnections – Slovenia on a Crossroad
Janez Kopac, Former Director of the General of Directorate for Energy, Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Slovenia

10:15 – 10:40
E.ON Ruhrgas
Market Opening as a Driving Force
Peter Arp, Vice President Sales Central/Eastern Europe, E.ON Ruhrgas

11:1011:35
Nord Stream Nord Stream: A Major European Infrastructure Project Well Underway
Jens Lange, Head of Permitting for Germany, Nord Stream
 
11:35 – 12:00
Plinacro
Integration of SEE into the European Natural Gas Flows And Markets Through the Development of New Projects and Gas Systems
Vladimir Djurovic, Head of Development Department, Plinacro
 
12:00 – 12:25
Georgia for Transit Development, Transparency and Regional Integration Organization
Diversification of Routes and Sources of Gas Supplies from Georgia’s Perspective
 Liana Jervalidze, Research Fellow, the International School of The Caucasus Studies, Ilia State University, Expert on Energy and Regional Issues, Georgia for Transit Development, Transparency and Regional Integration Organization
 
12:25 – 12:50
Platts
Southern Energy Corridor
John Roberts, Energy Security Specialist, Platts
 
12:50 14:00 Lunch
Parkring Restaurant, the Marriott Hotel
 
14:00- 17:50 Afternoon Session
 

Session IV: Gas & Power

Session Chairman: Naske Afezolli, Senior Advisor for Gas Supply and Power in SEE, EGL

14:00 – 14:25
Argus Media
European Gas and Power Prices and Supply Dynamics
Matthew Monteverde, Senior Analyst – Generating Fuels, Argus Media
 
14:25 – 14:50
Enel Trade
European Gas Market: Trends and Challenges in a Changing Global Scenario
Luigi Santilli, Head of Gas, Enel Trade
 
14:50 – 15:15
E.ON
Decentralized Energy Solutions in Europe
Leif Christian Cropp, Head of Emerging Businesses, E.ON
 
15:15 – 15:40
Energy Regulatory Authority of Greece (RAE)
Power Generation as a Major Driver of Gas Demand and Privatization and Restructuring in the Gas & Power Sector
Dr. Michael Thomadakis, Member of the Board, Regulatory Authority for Energy, Greece (RAE)
 
15:40 – 16:10 Coffee Break
 
16:10 – 16:35
Siemens
SGT5-8000H / Irsching 4 – Siemens’s Latest Gas Fired Power Generation Technology
Ingo Harzdorf, Fossil Power GenerationDivision, Products, Siemens Energy Sector
 
16:35 – 17:00
EGL
The Challenges of Gas for Power in SEE
Naske Afezolli, Senior Advisor for Gas Supply and Power in SEE, EGL

17:00 – 17:25
TAP
Trans Adriatic Pipeline’s Role in Improving Security of Gas Supply in South Eastern Europe – Strategic Partnership with Ionian Adriatic Pipeline
Dr. Lutz Landwehr, Commercial Director, Trans AdriaticPipeline
 
17:25 – 17:50
BBSPA
Gas & Power Markets in the BBS Region
Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager, BBSPA

17th Annual BBSPA Conference – Agenda

17 Annual BBSPA Conference, April 7-8, 2011

The Marriott Hotel, Vienna

All sessions of the Conference will take place in the A+B Ballroom at the Marriott Hotel, Vienna

DAY 1, THURSDAY, 7 APRIL 2011

08:00 – 08:50 Registration and Coffee
8:50-9:05 Opening Speech by BBSPA: Regional Developments 2010, Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager, BBSPA

09:05 – 12:50 Morning Session

Session I: Upstream and Supply
Session Chairman: Dr. Gabor Tari, Group Chief Scientist for Geology, OMV Exploration & Production

09:05 – 09:25
OMV Exploration & Production
Key-note Speech: Exploration in Mature Areas – Does it Pay?
Dr. Walter Hamilton, Vice President Global Exploration, OMV Exploration & Production

Ministry of Environmental Protection of Ukraine
Key-note Speech: Oil & Gas E & P in Ukraine: Investment Opportunities
Dr. Volodymyr Ignashchenko, First Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection of Ukraine

09:25 – 09:50
RULG-Ukrainian Legal Group
Update of Upstream Activities in Ukraine
Dr. Irina Paliashvili, President and Senior Counsel, RULG-Ukrainian Legal Group

09:50 – 10:15
Schlumberger
What is the Future for Deepwater Operations?
Dean Watson, Vice President Deepwater Operations, Schlumberger

10:15 – 10:40
Wood Mackenzie
Niall Rowantree, European Upstream Research Analyst, Wood Mackenzie

10:40-11:10 Coffee Break sponsored by OMV

11:10 – 11:35
Sterling Resources Romania
Developing Romania’s First Offshore Gas Fields – Challenges and Opportunities
Mark Beacom, Vice President and General Manager, Sterling Resources Romania

11:35 – 12:00
Sund Energy
Impact of Unconventional Gas Reserves on Policies and Prices in Europe
Karen Sund, Chairman & CEO, Sund Energy

12:00 – 12:25
Petroleum Development Consultants
Upstream Gas Exploration and Gas Demand
David Aron, Managing Director, Petroleum Development Consultants

12:25 – 12:50
OGP
Sam Phillips, EU Affairs Manager, OGP

12:50 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00- 18:15 Afternoon Session

Session II: Legal and Regulatory Regime
Session Chairman: Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager, BBSPA

14:00 – 14:25
Directorate-General for Energy, the European Commission
Key-note Speech: EU Policy for Security of Supply, Gas Markets and Infrastructure
Jean-Arnold Vinois, Head of Unit Energy Policy & Security of Supply, DG Energy, EC

14:25 – 14:50
RAE
Recent Gas Regulatory and Market Developments in Greece
Dr. Michael Thomadakis, Member of the Board, RAE

Session III: Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Gas
Session Chairman: Julian Bowden, BP

14:50 – 15:15
The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Key-note Speech: The Move Towards Gas to Gas Pricing and its Effect on the BBS Region
Prof. Jonathan Stern, Director of Gas Research, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

15:15 – 15:40
EconGas
What it Takes to Make LNG a Reality in the Black Sea Region
Rudolf Huber, Head of Business Development, EconGas

15:40 – 16:10 Coffee Break

16:10 – 16:35
Argus Media
International Gas Markets and the Development of Regional Hubs
Matt Monteverde, Editor, Argus European Natural Gas Report

16:35 – 17:00
Nexant
Global Gas Pricing Developments and Implications for South East Europe
Mike Fulwood, Principal Consultant, Global Gas, Nexant

17:00 – 17:25
Poten & Partners
Role of LNG Supplies to Europe and the Balkan and Black Sea Region
Jan Bruil, LNG Expert, Poten & Partners

17:25 – 17:50
Mott Macdonald Limited
Creating Flexibility Using CNG
David Linden, Senior Consultant Oil & Gas, Mott MacDonald Limited

17:50 – 18:15
GTDTRI
Georgia as a Transit Country
Dr. Liana Jervalidze, Expert on Energy and Regional Issues, GTDTRI, Research Fellow, The International School of
Caucasus Studies (Ilia State University)

DAY 2, FRIDAY, 8 APRIL 2010

8:00 – 9:00 Welcome Coffee Break

9:00- 13:55 Morning Session

Session III: Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Gas
Session Chairman: Tanguy Moulin-Fournier, Vice-President Strategy Gas & Power, GDF Suez Energy Eastern Europe

09:00 – 09:25
BP
Key-note Speech: Shah Deniz Development & Supply Options
Julian Bowden, BP

09:25 – 09:50
Trans-Adriatic Pipeline
Integrated Development of TAP Pipeline and TAP Storage
Albert Haak, Gas Storage Manager, Trans Adriatic Pipeline

09:50 – 10:15
Plinacro
Latest Gas Infrastructure Developments in Croatia
Vladimir Djurovic, Head of Development Department, Plinacro

10:15 – 10:45
RWE Supply & Trading
The Development of a Liberalized Gas Market in Central Europe
Erik Kolstö, Head of Gas Supply & Capacity East, RWE Supply & Trading

10:45 – 11:20
eustream
The Role of eustream and Slovakia for the Security of Supply of Countries
Antoine Jourdain, Chairman of the Board, eustream

11:20 – 11:50 Coffee Break sponsored by OMV

11:50 – 12:15
White Stream
The Role of White Stream Project in Opening of the Southern Corridor
Dr. Giorgi Vashakmadze, Director Corporate Development, White Stream

12:15 – 12:40
GDF SUEZ Energy Eastern Europe
Security of Supply – Investments in Infrastructures and Market Tools
Tanguy Moulin-Fournier, Vice-President Strategy Gas & Power, GDF Suez Energy Eastern Europe

12:40 – 13:05
E.ON Földgaz Storage
Utilisation of Interconnectors and Gas Infrastructure in the CEE Region
Norbert Perge-Oláh, Sales & Marketing Department, E.ON Foeldgaz Storage

13:05 – 13:30
MOL Group
Risk Assessment and Evaluation of Projects/Acquisitions in the Context of Enterprise-wide Risk Management
Dénes Doszpod, Head of Group Risk Management, MOL Group

13:30 – 13:55
Energinet.dk
Investing to Develop Regional Gas Markets – Role of an Independent TSO
Frederik P. S. Kjerulf, Senior Economist, Gas Division, Energinet.dk

13:55- 14:55 Lunch

14:55 – 15:20
EFET
Development of Continental European Gas Traded Markets
Domenico Vito, Chairman, Task Force CEEG, EFET

15:20 – 15:45
OMV Gas & Power
Diversification of European Natural Gas Supply: from Baku and Baghdad to Baumgarten
Teodora Boteva, International Business Development Manager, OMV Gas and Power

Session III: Infrastructure, Markets and Prices – Oil
Session Chairman: Dr. Valentin Kunev, Manager, BBSPA

15:45 – 16:10
JBC Energy
European Oil Supply Situation in the Light of Russian Policy Changes and Global Supply/Trade Shifts
Alexander Pögl, Head of Business Development, JBC Energy

16:10 – 16:40 Coffee Break

16:40 – 17:05
PFC Energy
Shifting Refining Dynamics: Winners and Losers in Eastern Europe, the Black Sea and Balkans
Hans Stege, Analyst, Downstream and Petrochemical Group, PFC Energy

17:05 – 17:30
Petromarket Research Group
Russia’s Oil Product Market: Crises Passed – What is Further?
Dr. Yakov Ruderman, General Director, Petromarket Research Group