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2030 EU Energy Security, the Role of the Eastern Mediterranean Region
European Economic and Social Committee, 99 Rue Belliard, 1000, Brussels, Belgium
10 December 2014, 13:30 - 20:30
Wednesday, 10th December 2014
||Registration – Coffee Reception
Dr. GKANOUTAS-LEVENTIS Angelos, Vice Chairman, Greek Energy Forum
MALOSSE Henri, President, EESC
Panel 1: Discussing the prospects for regional cooperation to support 2030 European Energy Targets.
Panel 1 Moderator: Dr. ANDRIOSOPOULOS Kostas, Director, Research Centre for Energy Management at ESCP Europe; Vice Chairman, DEPA S.A.
- What is the status of the hydrocarbon industry in the East Mediterranean?
- How can the East Mediterranean region support the EU energy strategy in its targets for security of supply?
- Can the PCI projects promote economic and political stability in the region through cooperation in the energy sector?
Panel 2: Understanding commercial challenges and opportunities in developing EU diversity of supply
Panel 2 Moderator: AYAT Karen , Partner and Contributor, Natural Gas Europe
- What are the commercial opportunities in the East Mediterranean region
- What are the commercial risks in developing large scale projects within the challenging geopolitical environment in the East Med?
- What are the investment prospects of hydrocarbon infrastructure in the East Mediterranean?
Panel 3: Enhancing EU security of supply through strategic regional co-operation
Panel 3 Moderator: BUFFETAUT Stephane , chair of the European Economic and Social Committee's Section for Energy, Transport, Infrastructure and Information Society (TEN)
- To what extent can the East Mediterranean region assist in achieving EU targets on security of supply?
- Can the energy industry drive the growth model of the East Mediterranean region?
- How can the EU international organisations facilitate investments and fast track PCI projects, ensuring their materialisation?
||Conclusions: LAGAKOS Alexandros, Chairman, Greek Energy Forum