In cooperation with the Energy Policy Group, and with the patronage of MEP Norica Nicolai, Natural Gas Europe would like to invite you to participate at a conference to be held in Brussels, on the 9th December 2015, between 15h and 18h, dedicated to analyzing the domestic situation of natural gas in Romania and looking at how Romania impacts the Energy Union Strategy of the European Commission. The event is part of Natural Gas Europe’s conference series “Interconnecting Europe”. This event will be held under Chatham House Rules.more on this event
MEP Antanas Guoga, in cooperation with Natural Gas Europe, in partnership with Geopolitika, would like to invite you to the Conference: “LNG Terminals- Game Changers for Regional Energy Security and Diversification of Supply”. This event is dedicated to analyzing how LNG Terminals and the entry of new suppliers, namely US suppliers, to the European market impacts the Energy Union Strategy of the European Commission. The event will take place the 11th of November 2015 in the European Parliament, room PHS P5B001, Brussels. Coffee will be served during the first panel.more on this event
In cooperation with Energy Policy Group, and under the patronage of MEP Norica Nicolai, Natural Gas Europe held a Roundtable: “Interconnecting Europe: Natural Gas in Romania” on 23 October 2015 in Bucharest, at the Romanian Senate. The Roundtable was dedicated to analyzing the domestic situation of natural gas in Romania and will take a close look at how Romania impacts the Energy Union Strategy of the European Commission.more on this event
The significant discoveries of natural gas in the Levant basin, particularly in the Leviathan, Tamar and Aphrodite fields, have raised several questions.
How will the recently discovered hydrocarbon impact the region's energy security? How will natural gas change the geopolitical landscape of the Eastern Mediterranean? And will Eastern Mediterranean gas contribute in diversifying the EU's sources of supply in line with Europe's quest to strengthen its energy security?
The aim of the conference is provide realistic and objective answers to the questions raised. The conference will provide a platform for a rich debate around the importance of the new discoveries on both a regional and international level. Our speakers will also highlight the prerequisites and limitations to sourcing the market with natural gas supply.more on this event
This conference on the natural gas market and the prospects and opportunities for the Danube region addressed recent energy developments in the area; the issues and benefits of natural gas for the region; the perspectives and alternatives to ensure energy security and security of supply in the countries involved; as well as structuring cooperation between interested parties for better synergies in gas and energy matters.
Held at the House of Industry on 2 July 2014, the event addressed and examined the issues and benefits for natural gas in Europe, security of supply and Europe's energy future.more on this event
By the year 2030, Europe’s natural gas needs are anticipated to grow by 25%, of which 80% is expected to be imported. Faced with the prospects of diminishing domestic production and uncertainty in respect to the regulatory and environmental aspects of commercial unconventional development, Europe requires security of supply.more on this event