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21st World Petroleum Congress – Moscow 2014

21st World Petroleum Congress – Moscow 2014

The biggest E&P companies, the most important figures of the industry, wonderful events,  marvelous people, interesting sessions, important business and beautiful places – these words can shortly describe what has happened in Moscow from 15th to 19th June 2014.

World Petroleum Congress is always a great feast of knowledge, business and discussions about actual situation and the most important challenges of the petroleum industry. This year it was organized in Moscow, the capital city of Russia.

For the five days all the participants could take part in various panels, sessions and discussions, divided into parts and thematic blocks. Some of them referred to international problems, some to regional matters, we could also find panels concerning situation of one country. Sometimes it was very hard to decide which event to choose. Apart from panel sessions, simultaneously on the exhibit floor everybody could visit stands of over 400 companies.

The event was very important also for students and young professionals. On the exhibit floor organizers prepared Youth Lounge – special space for the youngest participants. This place was full of events for them – presentations, discussions, information about events being organized by Youth Council, magazines and journals, computers and places for taking rest – all these made our participation more important and we could really feel that we are a part of the event. But apart from this, young people of the petroleum industry could become volunteers – and participate in organizing the Congress. We had a priceless chance to experience the Congress from the inside and to cooperate with other students from all over the world, which was a great experience.

But the events like World Petroleum Congress are also a cultural event. Russian organizers made their best to present all the participants the best side of Russia, its history and its culture. All the evening events, beginning with the Opening Ceremony in the Kremlin Palace, through the Russian Night in the Muzeon Gorky Park to the Moscow Fairytale Night in Izmailovo Kremlin, were perfectly prepared and were a huge portion of Russian hospitality and a source of great fun and joy.

For sure nobody attending 21st WPC in Moscow will never forget the event. The next edition of WPC will be organized in Istanbul, Turkey in 2017. See you there!

If you want to know more about WPC in Moscow, wait for YoungPetro autumn issue – you will find full relation there!

3rd ShaleScience Conference: on the Quality of Polish Shales

3rd ShaleScience Conference: on the Quality of Polish Shales

 

“The main theme of the Third International ShaleScience Conference were the methods of completing shale deposits of natural gas in the Polish geological environment. For the first time, the discussions and conclusions were based on the so-far unpublished results of exploration work.

 Official Website of the Conference: http://shalescience.com/en

During the two days, eminent Polish and foreign experts in geology, geophysics, and petroleum engineering discussed the methods of releasing natural gas from shale rock. The results of well tests carried out so far show that the Polish geological conditions are unique, diversified, and different from the well-explored deposits in the US or Canada. Consequently, the technologies used in North America cannot be directly applied to Polish deposits. The experts concurred that it is currently necessary to focus on developing methods of releasing petroleum and gas that will be effective in Polish shales.

Paweł Poprawa (Energy Studies Institute) pointed out the historical differences in the process of emergence of the different unconventional deposits in the world. It is his opinion that the Polish well test results should only be treated as the beginning of the development of the science behind the exploration of Polish deposits. The participants concurred that the few well tests carried out in Poland  are not representative enough for a reliable appraisal of the deposits.

Richard Lewis (Schlumberger, one of the largest companies providing services for the oil sector) believes that the results of the work carried out by ORLEN Upstream in the Lubelskie area have confirmed that the main difference between the Polish shales and their American counterparts is their lower Total Organic Content (TOC) value. Nevertheless, production from deposits with these parameters can be economically feasible, as evidenced by examples from the US. In his opinion, Polish shales also have advantages. The example of the Berejów well shows that the shale layer is uncommonly thick, which “coupled with their moderate quality parameters makes them an interesting challenge as far as finding methods of their completion is concerned.”

The participants emphasised the progress made in Poland over the last three years with respect to the science behind unconventional deposits. “I was impressed by the results of the treatments done by ORLEN Upstream. You did it well. Perhaps the details need some ironing out, but it’s clear you understand the local conditions well,” summarised Prof. John McLennan (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Utah).

“This year’s ShaleScience conference was unique in that we no longer talked about probable assumptions, but about facts and a realistic picture of the Polish deposits. Having shared experiences and listened to unbiased opinions, we are convinced that we need to focus on the optimisation of the hydraulic fracturing methods, taking into account the geological obstacles we know of,” said Wiesław Prugar, the President of the Board at ORLEN Upstream.

A sizeable part of the second day of the conference was devoted to the environmental challenges related to hydraulic fracturing operations. Since the public debate about the environmental impact of fracturing is full of misconceptions, it was deemed necessary to provide scientific information about issues related to water resources, atmospheric emissions, acoustic climate, and waste management. Particular attention was paid to managing the waste related to fracturing, including the disposal of flowback water. The experts emphasised that, in spite of a number of challenges, the waste management process is always carried out in strict compliance with the highest safety standards, providing an airtight system of waste collection and processing and, consequently, minimising the impact of waste management on the environment.

The 3rd ShaleScience Conference was organised by ORLEN Upstream, and its partners included the leading Polish and international research institutions: the AGH University of Technology, Krakow, the Oil and Gas Institute – National Research Institute, and the US Energy and Geoscience Institute – University of Utah. The Ministry of the Environment was the honorary patron of the conference.”

The Iran Oil & Gas 2014 Summit

The Iran Oil & Gas 2014 Summit

Iran Oil & Gas 2014 Summit to evaluate the country’s E&P and Downstream developments

The Iran Oil & Gas 2014 Summit, taking place on 23rd-25th June at the 5* Conrad Hotel in Dubai, and organised by London leading business intelligence International Research Networks, will address key issues within the Iranian oil and gas sector. London, UK (PRWEB UK) 14 May 2014 — Iran Oil & Gas 2014 Summit to evaluate the country’s E&P and Downstream developments Iran’s Deputy Oil Minister, Mr. Ali Majedi, recently stated that the Iranian Republic will start to export natural gas to Europe very soon. Three different pipelines are expected to be used crossing Turkey; Iraq, Syria and Lebanon; and Armenia, Georgia and the Black Sea. Mr. Majedi stressed these new routes will permit Iran to increase its gas supply to Europe.

The Iran Oil & Gas 2014 Summit, taking place on 23rd-25th June at the 5* Conrad Hotel in Dubai, will address this and many other key issues within the Iranian oil and gas sector to provide the high level delegation with sound knowledge around oil and gas developments in the country, renowned for possessing the world’s fourth largest proven oil reserves. In addition to an overview of the downstream sector, the Speaking Committee will focus on current new ventures, economic, operational and regulatory aspects, as well as investment opportunities in Iran. The third day will be dedicated to workshops to shed light on the regulatory environment specifically and the fiscal regime around energy activities in Iran. The high level Summit will feature distinguished speakers and representatives from the Iranian Government, the NIOC and its subsidiaries, oil and gas companies experienced in the region, geologists, economists, consultants and key international service providers, including:
• Mansour Daftarian, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Iranian Gas Institute
• Gholamreza Dashty, Chief Geologist, Iranian Gas Institute
• Mohammad Mokhtari (PhD in expl. Geophysics), Faculty Member, International Institute of Earthquake
Engineering and Seismology
• Fardin Pourvajdi, CEO, Tehran Energy Consultants, Iran
• Ali Amidi, CEO, MAT Group Ltd., Iran
• Dr. Alireza Bashari, Chairman of the Board Directors, ISPG (Iranian Society of Petroleum Geology),
Iran
• Abdollah Esmaeili, Senior Petroleum Engineer, National Iranian Oil Company (N.I.O.C)
• Maryam Dehghani, Petroleum Engineer, National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC)
• Jorge Baldi, General Manager Middle East, Repsol, UAE
• Dr. Mahmoud Reza Delavar – Assoc. Prof. , Director of GIS WG, Center of Excellence in Geomatic
Engineering in Disaster Management, Department of Surveying and Geomatic Engineering, College of
Engineering, University of Tehran
• Dr. Vali Ahmad Sajjadian, President, Iranian Society of Petroleum Engineering ISPE
• Carole Nakhle, Economist specialising in legislation, University of Surrey, UK / Lebanon
• David Ramin Jalilvand, Researcher, Berlin Centre for Caspian Region Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
• Rabia Hunky, Senior Reservoir Engineer, Production & Reserve Development Department, National Oil
Corporation Libya, Libya
• Bernard Hourcade, Senior Research Fellow emeritus CNRS Paris (Centre National de la Recherche
Scientifique), France
• Steve Martin, Managing Director, Veritas Academy
For more information about the Summit, please visit the website www.iransummit.com or contact Lola Bourget
at LolaB(at)irn-international(dot)com.

2nd Annual Ireland Oil & Gas 2014 Summit

2nd Annual Ireland Oil & Gas 2014 Summit

Good news for Ireland’s oil and gas industry as key companies experience jump in share prices!

The 2nd Annual Ireland Oil & Gas 2014 Summit, organised by London leading business intelligence International Research Networks, and taking place on 4th-5th June in Dublin, will allow you to meet the key companies currently active in Ireland, thereby offering exclusive insights on the latest developments of the oil & gas industry in the country. London, UK (PRWEB UK) 15 May 2014 — Good news for Ireland’s oil and gas industry as key companies experience jump in share prices.

Shares in the Irish exploration firm, Fastnet Oil & Gas, jumped by nearly 6% at the end of last month, after the company revealed that initial result readings from 3D seismic surveys of its ‘Mizzen’ and ‘Deep Kinsale’ prospects identified 22 “structures”, or indications of oil. Fastnet Oil & Gas will present for the second year running at the Ireland Oil & Gas Summit, where they will shed light on their Celtic Sea assets. This meeting will be held at the Conrad Hotel in Dublin on the 4th-5th June this year, at a time when new licencing rounds for offshore Ireland are due to be announced. On the morning of the first day will be a high-level presentation by Ciarán Ó hÓbáin, the Principal Officer of the Petroleum Affairs Division from Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources and Environment of the Republic of Ireland.

The second edition of this senior level Summit, organised by leading business-intelligence group International Research Networks, will allow you to meet all the key companies active in Ireland at present. Some of the companies speaking at the Summit this year include:

Providence Resources; Petrel Resources; Irish Offshore Operators Association (IOOA); Nalcor Energy – Oiland Gas; Lansdowne Oil and Gas; Europa Oil & Gas; Fastnet Oil & Gas; Woodside Energy; Sosina Exploration; Clannah Natural Energy/Belize Natural Energy; Commission for Energy Regulations, Republic ofIreland; Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment; Scottish Parliament; Aberdeen City Council; Infrastrata; Enterprise Ireland, Irish Maritime and Energy Resource Cluster (IMERC, Energy Institute Republic of Ireland; Veritas Academy.

More information can be found on the website www.irelandsummit.com.

Contact Information
Lola Bourget
IRN
http://www.irn-international.com
+44 2071111615

Academic Competition of Negotiation about Oil & Gas

Academic Competition of Negotiation about Oil & Gas

When:June 6-7 – qualifications, June 13 – final , 2014

Where: AGH University of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland

Registration:
Registration document

Website: https://www.facebook.com/naftagazwitawas

Negotiation skills are very important in our lives. In school , at work, while we discussing project or tricking someone into their case. Also in recruitment process we can observe that negotiation skills are very good to know the candidate, check his knowledge , ability to work in a team and the ability to think analytically.

Scientific Circle KIWON and ambassadors of GEOTALENT would like to organize STUDENT NEGOTATION ROUND “Nafta, Gaz Wita Was” associated with the petroleum industry and gas company – the first such event in Krakow!

The competition consist of two stages: qualification ( two days) and final (one day ). Top teams would have to deal with a scenario in English. Before competition we want to carry out a free training and workshops with experts in the field of negotiation and public speaking: dr. Andrzej Sikora and dr. Krzysztof Sarnecki (in collaboration with AKADOS ). Topics negotiating are associated with concessions, construction of gas pipelines, international relations Russia – EU and local population.

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Report from Morocco Oil & Gas 2014 Summit

Report from Morocco Oil & Gas 2014 Summit

The Morocco Oil & Gas 2014 Summit was held at the Hotel Pullman Palmeraie in Marrakech on 7th – 8th May 2014.

The Summit has been organised by International Research Networks, a leading business intelligence group, transmitting information through the medium of highly topical Conferences, Summits, Round Tables, Reviews and Publications.

The Summit, fully endorsed by the National Office of Hydrocarbons and Mines (ONHYM), attracted more than 250 delegates from international oil companies. H.E Abdelkader Amara, Minister of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment of Morocco, opened the event. He referred to potential measures for further increasing Morocco’s attractiveness in his speech.

The Keynote Address was delivered by Ms. Amina Benkhadra, General Director of ONHYM. She stated that 2013 and 2014 have been an unprecedented period of growth for Morocco’s upstream activity, and the ONHYM is continuing its promotional work. Two or three additional agreements could possibly be signed by the end of 2014 in addition to 31 exploration contracts currently in force, as well as five reconnaissance agreements.

Day 1 of the Summit, included insightful presentations by the senior directors of ONHYM, highlighting Morocco’s offshore and onshore exploration opportunities, hydrocarbon legislation and promising petroleum systems. The insights were given by experts in the field including Mr Mohamed Nahim, Exploration Director at ONHYM; Mr Redouane Hajjaj, Head of the Petroleum Agreements Management Department; and Mr Abdellah Ait Salem, Basin Evaluation Division Manager.

Amongst the major operators in Morocco, Ben Conley, Morocco Asset Manager at Cairn Energy, and Duncan Wallace, Exploration Manager at Chariot Oil & Gas, presented on their exploration plans and activities, including offshore and onshore activities. Later that day, Rick Eisenberg, Africa Frontier Exploration and Appraisal Manager, and Carl Atallah, Vice President and Country Manager of Platinum Sponsor Chevron discussed opportunities in Morocco and what it takes to be successful in frontier exploration in the country. The American major is due to start seismic shooting promptly and plans to multiply drilling offshore Agadir. Mr Atallah stated that part of their appeal is that this area has not been explored before. He then added “exploration is a risky business, and even in a success case, it will be a very long time before Morocco sees the kind of benefits associated with oil and gas production.”

After a full day of exclusive insights and networking, the delegation were taken to a Networking Reception, sponsored by Genel Energy, allowing participants to pursue business conversations with senior representatives from the Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment, the ONHYM and the main oil and gas operators and service providers of the industry. The evening pleasantly continued at the Tigmiza Palace for a prestigious Gala Dinner, hosted by Gulfsands Petroleum.

Day 2 featured presentations on Morocco onshore and offshore developments by Mahdi Sajjad, President and CEO at Gulfsands Petroleum; Paul Griffiths, Managing Director at Fastnet Oil & Gas; and Gerald Lane, Finance Director at Kosmos Energy. Gerald explained more about the unexplored basins offering potentially high volume and high value barrels. He stated that the excellent investment climates – one of the best in Africa – and the good alignment with Government authorities on hydrocarbon exploration, are among the reasons for exploration.

Shale oil and gas were discussed by the experts in the field; Walid Sinno, Middle East and North Africa Director at San Leon Energy; Hussein Abdallah, Exploration Manager Morocco and Mauritania at Repsol, and Mike Hoffmann, Exploration Manager North Africa at Gold Sponsor Anadarko. They explained that their objectives in terms of unconventional resources are to explore alternatives to accelerate development and help to establish a profitable oil and gas shale industry.

Gold Sponsor CGG, represented by Rob Crossley, Chief Geologist, also presented on geological and geophysical integration for successful exploration of the Moroccan offshore.

Finally, Franck Le Baron, Vice President International Projects at Elengy; Fabrice Fortin, Head of Gas and LNG Market Developments North Africa at Royal Dutch Shell – Integrated Gas; and Laurent Thery, Senior Vice President International Business Development at GDF Suez, hosted a session on the Moroccan downstream sector focusing on natural gas and LNG terminals. Morocco is aiming at diversifying its energy mix for better energy efficiency and, according to Mr Fortin, gas and LNG are keys to achieving the national energy strategy goals.

The Marrakech Farewell Night, sponsored by Kosmos Energy, took place at the magnificent Soleiman Palace, facilitating exclusive networking opportunities with international oil and gas thought leaders.

Amongst companies that attended the Summit were AVA Newpark, Baker Hughes, Caithness Petroleum, Clifford Chance, ConocoPhillips, Dan-Bunkening Middle East, Dolphin Geophysical, Enel, Ernst & Young, Freeport McMoRan Oil & Gas, Galp Energia, Genesis Oil & Gas, Glencore UK, GPS Intl, Halliburton, Impact Oil & Gas, Integrated Geochemical Interpretation (IGI), ION Geophysical, Jotun MENA, Kerui Group, Lafarge Maroc, Longreach Oil & Gas, Mubadala Petroleum, New Age Morocco, OGRPP – Guinea, OneSubsea, Polarcus, PwC, Saham Assurance, Sanad, Saipem, Sotaserv, Spectrum, Sumitomo Corporation, Svenska Petroleum, Technip, Teredo Oils, TGS, Total Safety and Xodus Group. The Ministry of Economy and Finance and West African guests from Mali, Guinea, Senegal, Mauritania and Gabon were also present.

Official Supporters of the Summit included the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Casablanca, Cedigaz, the Moroccan Association of Petroleum Geologists and GEP AFTP. IRN donated a substantial amount of the Summit proceedings to its Charity Partner, L’Heure Joyeuse.

For more information on the second edition of the Morocco Oil & Gas Summit that will take place next year, please visit the website www.moroccosummit.com.

ShaleScience 2014

ShaleScience 2014

When: 9-10 June, 2014

Where: Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20

Registration:
http://shalescience.com/en/shalescience-2014-en/register/

Website: http://shalescience.com/en/

The ShaleScience Conference is an international forum of scientific cooperation, aimed at introducing the latest developments in science and technology to the exploration of and production from unconventional hydrocarbon deposits in Poland.

During the previous editions of ShaleScience, the participants defined the key factors determining the correct quality assessment of shale rock formation characteristics, and worked out an accurate picture of key parameters that impact the profitability of production from unconventional deposits, including reservoir quality (RQ) and completion quality (CQ). During the 3rd Shale Science Conference, the discussion will concentrate on the comparison of Polish Lower Paleozoic geological formations with their analogues, occurring infrequently in North America. The main focus of the conference will be the application of a new approach to designing and performing stimulation in moderate-quality reservoirs. The conclusions pertaining to the evolution of the mental picture of shale reservoir stimulation in local geological conditions will be based on the results from the first exploration operations carried out in Poland in the years 2009-2014.

ShaleScience 2014 topics:

• Geology of Polish Lower Paleozoic Shales – Polish and American Experiences
• Drilling and Completing Wells in Moderate-Quality Shale Reservoirs
• Environmental Challenges for Hydraulic Fracturing

Relacja z XIX Konferencji Energetycznej EuroPOWER

Relacja z XIX Konferencji Energetycznej EuroPOWER

W dniach 15-16 kwietnia 2014 roku w Hotelu Westin odbyła się XIX edycja Konferencji Energetycznej EuroPOWER. Wydarzenie zgromadziło pełną reprezentację sektora energetyki: prezesów i członków zarządów, dyrektorów koncernów oraz grup energetyczno-paliwowych takich przedsiębiorstw jak elektrownie, elektrociepłownie, firmy sieciowe czy świadczące usługi dla podmiotów branży energetycznej.

Uroczystego otwarcia konferencji dokonał Rafał Baniak, Podsekretarz Stanu w Ministerstwie Skarbu Państwa.

Pierwszy panel dyskusyjny (Polityka energetyczna UE i Polski) poprowadzony był przez dr Leszka Juchniewicza i zgromadził wśród panelistów: Macieja Bando (URE), Marka Woszczyka (PGE), Mariusza Zawiszę (PGNiG), Jarosława Zagórowskiego (JSW), Cezarego Szwed (PSE), Tomasza Dąbrowskiego (Ministerstwo Gospodarki), Dariusza Mioduskiego (Radwan Investments).

W drugim panelu (Budowa konkurencyjnego przemysłu w Polsce) moderowanym przez dr Janusza Steinhoffa uczestniczyli: Zbigniew Bicki (EM&CA), Dariusz Baran (Atos Polska), Mieczysław Borowski (Urząd Dozoru Technicznego), Czesław Bugaj (PKN ORLEN), Jean-Andre Barbosa (AREVA Polska), prof. Anna Fornalczyk (COMPER Fornalczyk i Wspólnicy).

W pozostałych dyskusjach pierwszego dnia głos zabrali m.in.: Jerzy Witold Pietrewicz (Ministerstwo Gospodarki), Piotr Szpakowski (PKN ORLEN), Martin Durčák (Unipetrol a.s), Wojciech Cetnarski (Polskie Stowarzyszenie Energetyki Wiatrowej), Jacek Szymczak (Izba Gospodarcza Ciepłownictwo Polskie), Włodzimierz Kędziora (Dalkia Polska), Michał Machlejd (Dalkia Warszawa), Waldemar Szulc (PGE Górnictwo i Energetyka Konwencjonalna).

Pierwszy dzień Konferencji zwieńczyła Wielka Gala Liderzy Świata Energii. Uroczystego otwarcia Gali dokonał Rafał Baniak, Podsekretarz Stanu w Ministerstwie Skarbu Państwa oraz dr Leszek Juchniewicz, Przewodniczący Kapituły Konkursu. Galę poprowadził Marcin Prokop, a wieczór umilił Gościom swoim występem Jacek Stachursky.

Laureaci Konkursu Liderzy Świata Energii:

ENERGA Operator (Dystrybutor roku 2013), TAURON Wytwarzanie (Producent roku 2013), Energia dla firm (Handlowiec roku 2013), ORACLE Polska (Dostawca Rozwiązań dla sektora roku 2013), Fundacja PGE Energia z serca (Społeczna Odpowiedzialność Biznesu 2013), Krzysztof Zamasz  (Człowiek roku 2013).

Zobacz fotorelację z Gali

Program drugiego dnia Konferencji został podzielony na 3 równoległe bloki tematyczne:

Blok 1: Stawiamy na Odnawialne Źródła Energiiuwarunkowania prawne, mechanizmy wsparcia, aspekty społeczno – środowiskowe, finansowanie rozwoju, w którym udział wzięli m.in.: Maciej Stryjecki (FNEZ), Janusz Pilitowski (Ministerstwo Gospodarki), Premier Waldemar Pawlak (Poseł na Sejm RP), Marek Kossowski (Polska Izba Gospodarcza Energii Odnawialnej), prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Żmijewski (Społeczna Rada ds. Rozwoju Gospodarki Niskoemisyjnej), Krzysztof Pietraszkiewicz (Związek Banków Polskich), Arkadiusz Sekściński (Polskie Stowarzyszenie Energetyki Wiatrowej), Grzegorz Zieliński (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development).

– Blok 2 Sieci przesyłowe i dystrybucyjne: czy już mogą być SMART?, który wśród Prelegentów zgromadził m.in.: dr hab. inż. Waldemar Skomudek (Politechnika Opolska), Wojciech Lubczyński (PSE), dr Tomasz Kowalak, Tomasz Świetlicki (Ministerstwo Gospodarki), Piotr Rutkowski (Orange Polska), Piotr Pichlak (ENERGA Operator), Szymon Kowalski (TAURON Polska Energia).

– Blok 3 Z energią w akcje – możliwości i bariery finansowania spółek sektora energetycznego, w którym udział wzięli m.in.: Daniel Wójtowicz (Danter), Maciej Bando (Urząd Regulacji Energetyki), Paweł Graniewski (Giełda Papierów Wartościowych), dr Wiesław Rozłucki (Giełda Papierów Wartościowych w Warszawie), Stanisław Okrasa (Agencja Rynku Energii), Sławomir Krystek (Izba Gospodarcza Energetyki i Ochrony Środowiska), Mirosław Kachniewski (Stowarzyszenie Emitentów Giełdowych), Jarosław Dominiak (Stowarzyszenie Inwestorów Indywidualnych), Olga Fasiecka (ENEA), prof. dr hab. Jerzy Gajdka (Uniwersytet Łódzki), Jakub Frejlich (PGE Polska Grupa Eneregtyczna).

Konferencja Energetyczna EuroPOWER jest efektywną platformą dialogu dotyczącego rozwoju rynku energetycznego na różnych płaszczyznach. W ramach wydarzenia uczestnicy dyskutują o najistotniejszych zmianach zachodzących na rynku, analizują nowe trendy oraz wspólnie poszukują modeli biznesowych pozwalających realizować przyjęte cele.

Już dziś zapraszamy Państwa do rezerwacji miejsc na 20. jubileuszową edycję EuroPOWER, która odbędzie się w dniach 18-19 listopada 2014r.

Zobacz fotorelację z Konferencji.

Kwestie merytoryczne i współpraca:

Aneta Pernak

Dyrektor Działu Produkcji Projektów Strategicznych

T: + 48 22 379 29 18

a.pernak@mmcpolska.pl

 

XIX EuroPOWER Conference

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XIX EuroPOWER Conference

When: 15-16 April 2014

Where: Hotel Westin, Warszawa

Website: http://konferencjaeuropower.pl/

W dniach 15-16 kwietnia br. w Warszawie odbędzie się XIX Konferencja Energetyczna
EuroPOWER. Towarzyszyć jej będzie Wielka Gala Liderów Świata Energii.

Konferencja EuroPOWER to wydarzenie, które od kilkunastu lat skupia w jednym miejscu prezesów, członków zarządów, dyrektorów koncernów oraz grup energetyczno-paliwowych, elektrowni, elektro-ciepłowni, przedsiębiorstw sieciowych oraz firm świadczących usługi dla podmiotów branży energe-tycznej. Tegoroczne spotkanie przygotowane jest w koncepcji: Energetyka – Innowacje – Techno-logia.

Zakres tematyczny konferencji współtworzony jest przez Radę Programową działającą pod prze-wodnictwem dr Leszka Juchniewicza oraz Sekretarza Rady Piotra Rutkowskiego. W Radzie zasiadają kluczowi przedstawiciele rynku, m. in.: Maciej Bando, Urząd Regulacji Energetyki; Andrzej Czerwiński, Poseł na Sejm RP; Adam Szejnfeld, Poseł na Sejm RP; Marek Woszczyk, PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna; Herbert Wirth, KGHM Polska Miedź; Henryk Majchrzak, PSE; Ireneusz Ła-zor, Towarowa Giełda Energii; Jarosław Zagórowski, Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa.

Konferencji towarzyszy Wielka Gala Liderów Świata Energii, podczas której przyznawane są sta-tuetki dla kluczowych osób, przedsięwzięć i rozwiązań przyczyniających się do rozwoju sektora.

Kontakt:

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MM Conferences S.A.
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K: +48 791 989 886
e-mail: a.pernak@mmcpolska.pl

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Jest praca! XVI edycja Inżynierskich Targów Pracy nadchodzi!

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