LAST MEETING – 2021 / 3 Tuesday July 20th 2021
Assessing the Current Digitalisation of the Sustainable Energy Industry
11.00-12.00 EEST (CYPRUS), 10.00- 11.00 CEST (ITALY), 9.00- 10.00 BST (UK)
This insightful webinar will assess the current and future digitalisation trend for the oil and gas sector in the region as well as the role that it can play in helping the sector become truly sustainable.
From targeting and sourcing hydrocarbons to effective well management & asset cyber security, integrating digital technology into E&P operations is inevitable. This webinar will assess the latest trends and showcase operations in the Eastern Mediterranean , where this is being achieved.
• Chair: Nicholas Cobb, Conference Manager, EMC 2021
• Steve Hall, Chair, SUT International Committee
• Waleed Hagag, Technical Support Assistant Manager & Information Security Lead – GASCO
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2021 / 2 Wednesday April 28th 2021
REGIONAL GAS SUPPLY & DEMAND – MONETISATION ROUTES FOR REGIONAL NATURAL GAS PROJECTS
11.00 – 12.00 EEST (Cyprus) / 10.00 -11.00 CEST (Italy) / 9.00- 10.00 (UK)
This webinar will provide insight to the dynamics of regional natural gas supply and demand, and how this translates into monetization routes for existing and future projects.
With East Med political initiatives fostering regional collaborative efforts, our speakers will be giving their views on the opportunities and challenges for monetization, including infrastructure investments and decarbonization.
This is a must attend webinar with speakers invited from Cyprus & Israel.
Gas & LNG, GaffneyCline
Dr. Michael Gardosh
Head of G&G Section, Natural Resources Administration,
Israel Ministry of Energy
Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company
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2021 / 1 Wednesday February 24th 2021
Developing Cyprus & the Eastern Mediterranean as a Sustainable Energy Hub
Time: 11:00-12:00 EET (Eastern European Time)
We are delighted to welcome you to this insightful, timely and top-level Cyprus focused webinar! With many of the global E&P projects halted or slowed by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the Eastern Mediterranean basis is no different. With presentations from the Ministry of Energy of Cyprus, CHC, PWC, DEFA & Invest Cyprus – this webinar will assess the outlook for E&P activity as well the development of Cyprus as a central sustainable energy hub.
Senior Project Engineer
Mustafa Adel Amer
Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)
Energy Consultant & Former
President of HHRM
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2020/DAY 4 – Nov. 25th, 2020
Assessing the Outlook for Cyprus in 2021; Developing Cyprus as a Post Covid E&P Hub for the EMEA Region
Time: 12.00 Eastern European Time
We are delighted to welcome you to this insightful, timely and top-level Cyprus focused webinar!
With many of the global E&P projects halted or slowed by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the Eastern Mediterranean basis is no different. With presentations from the Ministry of Energy of Cyprus, CHC, PWC, DEFA & Invest Cyprus – this webinar will assess the outlook for E&P activity as well the development of Cyprus as a central sustainable energy hub.
Welcome Keynotes and Remarks:
Ministry of Energy, Trade and Industry
CHC – Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company
Director Assurance & Advisory
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2020/DAY 3 – Oct. 14th, 2020
Post Covid Transition to Cleaner Energy – the Eastern Med Perspectives
11.00 Eastern European Time
With the Covid-19 pandemic still continuing to cause untold damage to the global energy markets, the anticipated EMEA demand outlook for natural gas remains optimistic despite a short term fall in consumer demand.
With so much happening in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin, the future role of natural gas in supporting the post Covid energy transition looks to enjoy a positive future. Join us for our fourth EMC 2020 ‘Live’ panel debate to fully assess the contribution that the Eastern Mediterranean can make to the move to cleaner energy sourcing.
Elfride Covarrubias V.
Business Development Manager
DNV GL – Oil & Gas Mediterranean
Conference Manager, EMC 2021
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2020/DAY 2 – Sept. 16th, 2020
Doing Business in Cyprus & the Eastern Med Oil and Gas Industry
Developments in the offshore exploration of oil and gas assets in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean are rarely far from the headlines in recent times. As the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt on the global markets, Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean as the latest frontier energy hub remains an area of active E&P activity.
Often overlooked, it is the practicalities of entering frontier markets that cause the most difficulties – from investment avenues to corporate strategies, license bidding, HSE, CSR, employment law & recruitment as well as the importance of uniform technical standards, the hurdles to overcome market entry remain numerous.
This webinar will explore all of these issues and more, watch the video and download the presentations to arm you with the practical tools to effectively operate in Cyprus and the wider region.
Costas V. Katsaros
Italian-Cypriot Chamber of Commerce
Consultant Energy & Biobased Economy
NEN | Netherlands Standardization Institute
Global Senior Knowledge Owner
Eni spa – HSEQ
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2020/DAY 1 – July 29th, 2020
The Outlook for the Oil and Gas Industry in the Mediterranean – 2020 & beyond
With the global economy reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic, no industry has been hit as hard as the Oil & Gas sector. With a rapid decline in US & EMEA hydrocarbon demand, many projects have been severely impacted by the record drop in crude oil prices.
Many frontier E&P projects retain a profitability margin in excess of $60 per barrel and with a sluggish outlook for demand recovery, many operators are consolidating existing projects as opposed to maintaining plans to explore in frontier basins. The Eastern Mediterranean is no exception and this free-of-charge webinar will assess the following the key issues facing key stakeholders in the region.
Dr Ahmed Sultan
Head of Petrophysics Department
Tharwa Petroleum Corporation
HHRM, Hellenic Hydrocarbon Resources Management S.A.