We are currently in the process of inviting speakers – the full line-up of speakers will be announced shortly!
EMC 2021/1 – February 10th
Focus on Greece – The Outlook for On & Offshore Greek E&P
As an energy gateway to European markets, Greece is leading partner in the rapidly developing frontier Eastern Mediterranean Basin. With a range of developed and planned on and offshore hydrocarbon assets, the untapped E&P potential for Greece remains strong.
Join us for this entirely unique ‘deep dive’ assessment of the untapped potential for the Greek hydrocarbon industry as well as the commercial and regulatory considerations for those looking to enter the market.
EMC 2021/2 – Wednesday April 14th
Developing Cyprus & the Eastern Mediterranean as a Sustainable Energy Hub
With the Eastern Mediterranean Basin fast becoming one of the hottest hydrocarbon and sustainable energy frontiers in the world, the potential importance of the region in supplying the European and Middle Eastern energy markets is staggering.
Whilst the technical viability of developing the frontier is clear and the end-user energy markets within easy reach, the move to a sustainable and clean energy transition is a major priority for both operators and government alike.
Energy transition forms an integral part of the energy outlook for the Eurasian space and Cyprus / the Eastern Mediterranean looks set to become a centre for sustainable hydrocarbon and renewable energy production for many years to come.
EMC 2021/3– CONFERENCE Wednesday June 23rd
DAY OF CYPRUS & EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN
The Eastern Mediterranean has rarely been far from the headlines in recent years, but whilst the geopolitics is of course a major consideration to consider when assessing the potential for sustainable energy production in the region – assessing the commercial, regulatory, policy & technical opportunities and challenges of developing hydrocarbon assets in the frontier basin is of much greater relevance.
With a physical event being held in Nicosia in September of this year, the Day of Cyprus & the Eastern Mediterranean will critically assess the commercial, project, technical and policy outlook for those operating in the area today. Comprising of four expert panels, this interactive and digital forum will assess:
- The latest project updates – what is happening, where and by whom
- How easy is it for new entrants to the sector – JV and international cooperation opportunities
- Developing offshore sustainable energy – overcoming the challenges of operating in a deep offshore basin
- The policy outlook – upcoming regulatory considerations
- View from the operators – case studies and insight
Whilst the event is not a substitute for meeting your peers in person, the online forum will seek to stimulate and positive and proactive approach to the post-COVID-19 exploitation of sustainable hydrocarbon resources in the Eastern Mediterranean. Please note that the below agenda is a preliminary agenda only and speaker invites are ongoing.
Preliminary Forum Agenda:
09.00-09.10 Welcome and Chair’s Opening Remarks
09.10-09.20 Ministry Address: Reserved for the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Cyprus
09.20-09.40 CHC Keynote: The Opportunities for Hydrocarbon Development in Cyprus
09.40-10.00 DEFA Keynote: Developing Cyprus’ Energy Infrastructure
10.00-11.00 The Operator Panel – Developing An Offshore Deepwater Basin
11.00-12.00 The Regulatory Panel & Q&A
12.00-13.00 Doing Business in Cyprus – International JV Opportunities
13.00-14.00 Technical Panel – Overcoming the Technical Challenges of Developing an Offshore Frontier Basin
14.00-14.10 Chair’s Closing Remarks