UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL
OF THE BLACK SEA

9th Annual conference
BLACK SEA
OIL & GAS

Black Sea Oil & Gas is a major regional conference covering upstream and infrastructure developments in Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, and Turkey.

In response to the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are moving the conference to an online environment. Our aim is to help you stay connected with the Black Sea Region and industry, discuss new challenges and opportunities and get the most of the virtual experience.

We thank all the attendees, partners and sponsors of the Black Sea Oil & Gas 2020.
We are looking forward to welcoming you next year in person in Bucharest.

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AGENDA SNAPSHOTS 2020

Black Sea Upstream: how not to miss the short window of opportunity

There is a level of uncertainty among upstream players. Industry affected by the energy transition, regulatory instability, economic downturn, price deregulations and pandemic. What does the investment climate look like nowadays? What is being done and should be done to support the industry? Discussing the opportunities in other regions: Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Ukraine, Turkey.

Infrastructure, energy transition and distribution: way to guarantee your country energy security

In the latest industry outlook report, 71% of senior oil and gas professionals expect their business to increase or maintain investment in renewable energy projects/portfolios. At the same time modernizing the existing capacities and creating an increased degree of flexibility to develop regional infrastructure in oil and gas, can help to be competitive on the world market and have energy security mechanisms in place.

The future of upstream: operational challenges and digital transformation

To remain competitive, upstream oil and gas companies of all sizes increasingly realize the need to deliver operational improvements as a means of achieving greater capital efficiency. Where is the industry of drilling going?

Panel Discussion with Black Sea regions: Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Ukraine and Turkey

How can Black Sea region contribute to the creation of a regional energy hub? What must be done for a stable investment climate in the Black Sea countries? How to have constructive engagement with the relevant authorities to seek resolution on these and many other issues?

Panel Discussion: Strategies for success and valuable takeaways

Energy transition race: How to lead it? What are the right mechanisms? Energy transition and the industrial transformation challenge: how do we safeguard industrial competitiveness? What are the potential risks and opportunities for transitioning?

Conference

PRESENTATIONS

Presentations and video on demand will be available to all attendees on Monday, 12th October 2020.

SPEAKERS AND GUESTS

JOHANN RAUNIG

Partner

MCKINSEY & COMPANY

Peter Zeilinger

Senior Vice President Exploration, Production and Development

OMV

MARK BEACOM

CEO

BLACK SEA OIL & GAS

Zuhtu Bati

Vice President

TURKISH PETROLEUM CORPORATION

Stephen Birrell

President

Ropepca

ADRIAN VOLINTIRU

CEO

ROMGAZ

ROMAN OPIMAKH

Director General

State Geologic and Subsoil Survey of Ukraine

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Trans Adriatic Pipeline Starts Commercial Operations
Four and a half years after the inauguration of construction works in Thessaloniki, the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), began commercial operations.
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OIL & GAS
Lukoil Announces Black Sea Exit
After ExxonMobil and Lukoil announce that it plans to sell Trident block.
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Lukoil seeks to dispose of its stake in Romanian Black Sea perimeter
Lukoil wants to sell its 87.8% stake in the EX-3-Trident perimeter in Romania's Black Sea offshore area.
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OIL & GAS
Greek National Gas Operator DESFA to participate in the Alexandroupolis LNG Terminal Project
Gastrade SA announces the signing of the agreement for the acquisition of 20% of its share capital by DESFA S.A.
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OIL & GAS
Romania’s Govt. eyes Exxon’s 50% stake in Neptun Deep offshore block
Romgaz plans to purchase from US group ExxonMobile the 50% stake in the Neptun Deep offshore gas perimeter.
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OIL & GAS
Transgaz signs 360 mln lei (74 mln euro) loan deal with BCR
Transgaz announced that it is has signed a loan deal with local lender Banca Comerciala Romana.

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