EMC 2021 online sessions can be attended free of charge.

The connection link will be sent to your email address via Zoom one day before the scheduled date. You will be able to delete or change at any time your subscription.

However an upgraded registration option is available for those who wish to get the highest level of networking with industry peers and colleagues.
The upgraded registration costs € 250 + vat if due, and it includes: listening to all webinar series (live questions to speakers included in ZOOM systems); attendee list for each webinar (name, company) GDPR compliance; up to 3 meetings requests with selected attendees; 20% reduction on delegate registration at next in-presence event (EMC 2021 Sept. 14/16, 2021); 20% reduction on space rate for exhibiting space at next in-presence event.


Speaking requests are subject to the evaluation and approval of the EMC Steering Committee to guarantee full compliance with EMC general guidelines and contents.

For information please contact conference@emc-cyprus.com or visit the CONFERENCE page.

Aside the live event in autumn 2021, we are delighted to announce the following series of digital webinars and the “day of Cyprus” Forum.


EMC 2021/2 – April 28th


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, Egypt & Israel.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Andreas Koutsoulides, Commercial Lead, Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company
  • Dr. Michael Gardosh, Head of G&G Section, Natural Resources Administration, Israel Ministry of Energy
  • Ryan Perreira, Global Director – Gas & LNG, Gaffney, Cline & Associates
  • Peter Stevenson, Editor, MEES

EMC 2021/3– FORUM  Wednesday June 23rd


09.00-14.00 EET

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

EMC 2021/4  – July 7th

Creating Energy Security for the State of Israel – The Outlook for Offshore Israeli Gas Industry

11.00-12.00 EET

Having recently discovered significant offshore natural gas and hydrocarbon deposits in recent years, the new discoveries look set to help ensure the State of Israel’s energy security.

This insightful and unique webinar will assess the key challenges to developing what is, to all extents and purposes a relatively new energy industry. The webinar will help map out the on and offshore Israeli energy industry as well as critically assess the future role of Israel in the regional dynamics of the Eastern Mediterranean’s oil and gas industry.

We are currently in the process of inviting speakers – the full line-up of speakers will be announced shortly!

For information please contact exhibition@emc-cyprus.com or conference@emc-cyprus.com