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Black Sea Offshore conference

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is an official partner to the inaugural Black Sea Offshore Conference that will take place in Bucharest in late October 2013. The three day event organized by Global Business Club has a Geology Focus-Day (October 29) and a two day Black Sea Offshore Conference (October 30-31). Invited speakers include representatives from OMV, Eni, ExxonMobil, Repsol, Shell, Total, TPAO, Lukoil Overseas, Naftogaz of Ukraine and Rosneft.  The recent exploration success of OMV and ExxonMobil in Romania has encouraged other Black Sea states to work harder to unlock their offshore reserves. The event is an ideal platform for all companies involved in the Black Sea oil and gas industry, as well as for those who wish to enter this attractive market.

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Bucharest - October 29-31, 2013

Oil & Gas Round Table

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) partnered with the law firm Pachiu & Associates and McGuireWoods Romania to organize its annual round table titled „Romania’s Oil and Gas – The Smart Way Ahead”. The event took place at Hotel Epoque, Bucharest, on October 10 bringing together business people, energy lawyers, oil and gas analysts, academics, fiscal consultants, and governmental representatives to discuss about the current challenges in Romania’s oil and gas sector, as well as about the short- to medium-term developments of Romanian O&G. The addressed topics included the prospects for Romania’s timely development of its domestic gas resources, and for its building the capacity to tap into future new external supplies, such as from the Levantine Basin…

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Bucharest - October 10, 2013

Romania Gas Forum

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is an official partner of Romania Gas Forum. This year’s event takes place at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bucharest during November 5-6 and features a focus on Unconventional Gas (on November 5) and on Gas Industry Dynamics (on November 6) discussing the latest policy and regulatory developments, market deregulation process, role of underground gas storage facilities, gas trading, and offshore exploratory drilling in the Black Sea. The forum builds upon more then ten years of successful national oil & gas events that have built a reputation for top quality energy events that offer the latest information about national and regional natural gas industry trends, technologies and equipments, as well as activities and plans of major players.

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Bucharest - November 5-6, 2013

Romania Oil & Gas Conference

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is an official partner to the 2nd Romania Oil & Gas Conference that will take place on 19 – 20 November 2013 in Bucharest. Key topics include, but are not limited to current developments, future projects and opportunities for international oil and gas companies within the Romanian domestic energy market. Romania is one of the biggest oil producers in Central and Eastern Europe and the Romanian natural gas sector is one of the most developed in Europe. Its conventional and unconventional oil and gas potential makes it the only state in the region that can meet its own oil and gas demand. Romania also has the largest harbor in the Black Sea, making it economically and geo-strategically important as….

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Bucharest - November 19-20, 2013

Balkans Oil&Gas

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is a partner organization at the 2nd Annual Balkans Oil & Gas 2013 Summit taking place on:

24th – 25thSeptember at the 5* Grande Bretagne Hotel in Athens.

The event is organized by International Research Networks, a leading business intelligence group, specialized in organizing Conferences, Senior Level Summits, Round Tables, and disseminating information through Reviews and Publications.

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Athens - September 24-25, 2013

Black Sea Oil & Gas conference

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) was an official partner to the Black Sea Oil and Gas conference that took place during June 4-5, in Istanbul, Turkey. The event was organized by Smarta Conferences and focused on the following topics:

Environmental risks in Black Sea shelf development; Cooperation of international oil and gas companies; Economic feasibility of oil & gas production; Black Sea Territorial Disputes;  Geopolitical importance of developing a center of oil and gas production in the Black Sea;  Hydrocarbon resource potential of the Black Sea.

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Istanbul - June 4-5, 2013