The Geopolitics of Energy in SE Europe

 "The Geopolitics of Energy in SE Europe" @ a glance:

 

When: 25 September 2019

Where: Theoxenia Palace Hotel | 2 Filadelfeos Street, Kifissia, 145 62 Athens

How long: One-day seminar (8 hours)

What it is about: 

HAEE's Seminar on the Geopolitics of Energy in South Eastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean will offer participants an in-depth review of the energy policies of the region’s leading countries and the way they interact with the respective strategies of the US, the EU, Russia and China. The Seminar will analyze the interaction between governments and major industry players focusing on the oil and natural gas sectors.

 

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The Geopolitics of Energy in SE Europe

Seminar Information

Date: 25 September 2019
Duration: 8 hours
Venue: Theoxenia Palace Hotel | 2 Filadelfeos Street,
Kifissia, 145 62 Athens

 

Registration closing date: 20 September 2019
Early bird registration closing date: 13 September 2019

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Seminar Overview

HAEE's Seminar on the Geopolitics of Energy in South Eastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean will offer participants an in-depth review of the energy policies of the region’s leading countries and the way they interact with the respective strategies of the US, the EU, Russia and China. The Seminar will analyze the interaction between governments and major industry players focusing on the oil and natural gas sectors.

 

Target Audience

Participation to the seminar is highly recommended for:

•Individuals starting a career in the energy industry

•Professionals working in the energy industry who want to further their knowledge of electricity markets

•Professionals working for companies that support those in the electricity market

 

Topics covered

•Understand the divergent priorities of different state and industry players in the energy geopolitics of the greater Southeastern Europe and Eastern Mediterranean.

•Identify the key energy infrastructure projects of each region.

•Comprehend the political risks associated with these projects and the way they affect their viability.

 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the Seminar, participants will be able to:

•Have an understanding of the latest developments in the wholesale electricity market

•Examine the structure an Energy Exchange based on Target Model Directions

•Identify key challenges facing the industry

•Explore future developments in the market

 

Lead Lecturer

Dr. Theodoros Tsakiris

Assistant Professor for Geopolitics & Energy

Policy, University of Nicosia; 

Dr. Theodoros Tsakiris is an Associate Professor of Geopolitics and Energy Policy at the University of Nicosia’s Business School. Since 2018, Dr. Tsakiris is also Visiting Professor at the ESCP Europe Business School in Paris. Dr. Tsakiris is an international Research Associate of ESCP’s London-based Research Center for Energy Management and has directed the Energy Program at Greece’s principal Foreign Policy think-tank ELIAMEP between 2011-2017. Between 2017-2019 he served as a member of the Executive Board at the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics and between 2014-2015 he was an Associate of the Southeast Europe Program at the LSE. Dr. Tsakiris has served in several high-level policy-making positions in Greece and Cyprus including the Office of the Minister of Energy & Development, the Board of Directors of the national oil & gas company of Cyprus, CHC (Cyprus Hydrocarbon Company), the office CEO of the Greek Natural Gas TSO, DESFA, and the Presidency of the Republic of Cyprus (Geostrategic Council).

 

Lecturer

Dr. Kostas Andriosopoulos

Professor in Finance & Energy Economics
at ESCP Europe Business School, London, UK

Professor Dr. Kostas Andriosopoulos is the Executive Director of the Research Centre for Energy Management at ESCP Europe Business School where he holds the position of full Professor in Finance and Energy Economics. He is also the Academic Director of the full-time (MEM) and the Executive (EMEM) Masters in Energy Management. He is the founder and former Chairman of the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (a think-tank focusing on issues related to energy, the environment and the economy), he is a board member of the Global Gas Center of the World Energy Council as a Gas and LNG markets expert, and he also sits at the board of the International Association for Energy Economics as a Vice President for Publications. Since March 2019 he is the Chairman of the Energy Committee at the American- Hellenic Chamber of Commerce. Kostas holds a PhD in Finance (Cass Business School, City University London), where he has been the recipient of the prestigious Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation’s scholarship. He also holds an MBA and MSc in Finance (Northeastern University, Boston, USA), and a bachelor’s degree in Production Engineering and Management (Technical University of Crete, Greece).

 

Registration Fee & Certification

295€ 

*The Seminars are exempted from VAT

*HAEE members will benefit from a 10% discount

*Early bird registration is offered with 10% discount

 

Participants of the Seminar will receive a certificate on behalf of HAEE which will contribute to their continuing professional development.

Please note that if any change occurs regarding the date of the Seminar or in case of cancellation, you will have the option of either full refund or you may automatically book your place for the new date of the Seminar or any other HAEE Seminar.

 

Light lunch and coffee breaks are included

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