Conferenza GNL 2017
Location: Mostra D'Oltremare, Naples, Italy from 10/05/2017, 9:0 to 11/05/2017, 18:0

GEF is pleased to announce its official co-Patronage of the initiative developed by the World Energy Council Italia - the fourth ConferenzaGNL and the second ExpoGNL entitled “SMALL SCALE TO LARGE MARKET – Strategies and Technologies in the Mediterranean”. The event will be held on 10 - 11 May 2017 at the Convention hall of Mostra D'Oltremare, Naples, the largest fairgrounds in the South of Italy. This Conference will involve industry representatives, international organisations as well as officials from Energy Ministries of Governments across the Mediterranean countries with the aim to discuss national strategies and plans of unlocking the environmental and economic potential of large and small-scale LNG solutions in the region. 

Trading and Shipping, Experiences from the Industry
Location: London, Clarksons Platou from 18:0 to 20:0

The Greek Energy Forum, with the support of Clarkson’s Platou, is proud to present an exclusive for our members and followers in London, titled ‘Trading a Shipping, Experiences from the Industry’. A line up of very exciting speakers, with an unparalleled depth of experience from the biggest players in the market, will share with the audience their experiences and views on building a career in the highly competitive sector of trading and shipping.

The future of energy and climate policy post US elections: a paradigm shift or status quo?
Location: Rue du Luxembourg 47, 1000 Bruxelles, 4th Floor from 18:30 to 20:0

For more than 70 years, the foundation of the transatlantic alliance has relied on the belief and sharing of common values and the principles of multilateralism, trade and cooperation. In ‘the Age of Trump’, despite continued mixed signals, it is widely believed that the US will become more inward looking, expecting its allies to take care of their own business. As the US seems set to employ a more isolationist approach vis-à-vis its relations with the European Union (EU), this event seeks to explore the implications of the new world (dis)order on energy and climate policy from a transatlantic perspective.

Strategic Energy Technology Plan. Technology as the Solution for a Low Carbon Future
Location: VUB University, Pleinlaan 9, 1050, Ixelles, Brussels from 19:0 to 20:30

The SET Plan promotes the research and innovation efforts across Europe by supporting technologies with the greatest impact on the EU's transformation to a low-carbon energy system, along with promoting cooperation amongst EU countries, companies, research institutions, and the EU itself.

Trends and Opportunities Under a Sustainable Future
Location: 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ from 18:30 to 21:0

As the world is gathering pace after the COP 22 in Marrakesh (7-18 November 2016), it is crucial to take a look on the implications for the energy market as a whole in order to understand the risks but also the opportunities that these developments will bring to the producers, investors but also the consumers of energy.  

Dialogue And Solutions To Key Energy Issues In Southeastern Europe
Location: CEPS, Place du Congrès 1, B-1000 Brussels from 8:30 to 12:30

The Greek Energy Forum (GEF) demonstrates once again its thought leadership on energy issues in Southeastern Europe, by co-organising a workshop with the Centre of Policy Studies (CEPS) one of Brussels’ leading think tanks, and the Romanian Energy Centre (CRE).


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