#PETEC 2019

Power & Energy Tech Exhibition and Conference Vision 2030

2-3 December 2019


JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, ROMANIA

Advancing the Energy Transition

Global spending on energy, as proportion of economic output, is set to slow sharply because the world’s energy demand will decline from 2035 onwards according to DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook 2018.

The decarbonization of the energy mix will be reflected in investment trends with money spent on renewables set to triple by 2050. Conversely, fossil fuel spending will drop by around a third. Overall, the rate of energy expenditure will slow to such a degree that by mid-century, as a percentage of GDP, the world will be spending 44% less than today.

• Electrification and its inherent efficiency will contribute to humanity’s energy demand declining from the mid-2030s onwards.

• Global expenditure on energy, as a percentage of GDP, will fall 44% by 2050.

• Energy mix is rapidly decarbonizing; coal has peaked, oil will peak in 2023 and natural gas will become largest single source from 2026. Renewables and fossil fuels will equally share supply by mid-century.

Major Themes

The rapid transition experts forecast will not be fast enough to meet the sub-2oC climate goal. A strong combination of several measures is the only way for the world to meet the ambitions of the Paris Agreement, they warn.

Major topics in focus

• Defining Romania’s place on the European energy market
• Efficient monetization of Romania’s energy resources
• Renewable energy policies and markets in the European Union
• Clean Energy Package challenges and opportunities
• The disruptive 3D’s impact on the energy transition to a low carbon economy
• Smart solutions to maximize efficiency, reduce costs and CO2 emissions
• Regulatory framework to stimulate innovation and investment
• Financing energy projects

AGENDA

2-3 December, JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, Grand Ballroom A+B

DAY 1 – MONDAY, 2 DECEMBER 2019

18:00-20:30 Networking Cocktail Including Welcome Remarks

Romanian Ministry of Energy Representative
NAMR Representative
ANRE Representative

DAY 2 – TUESDAY, 3 DECEMBER 2019


8:30-9:00 Welcome Coffee & Refreshments

9:00-10:15 SESSION 1 – Energy Prospects in The Black Sea Region up to 2030

• New investment to unlock the onshore hydrocarbon potential over the coming years
• Offshore gas projects – Surmounting the high risk of a ‘wait-and-see’ approach
• Driving new production & Increasing efficiency from Oil & Gas assets
• Securing SEE future energy supply – Connecting production to markets
• Supporting renewable energy projects: How to better encourage, regulate and finance
• Filling the gaps in the flow of renewable energy


10:15-10:45 Networking Coffee


9:00-10:15 SESSION 2 – State-of-the-art Technologies Transforming the Energy Lifecycle

• Solutions for the changes impacting each part of the value-added energy chain: sources, conversion, distribution, storage, usage
• Energy-saving programmes to drive business growth
• Investing in innovation – Disruptive technologies rewriting the energy landscape
• Capitalising on the latest advances in production, processing, power generation and mobility
• Workforce of the future – Digital tools to improve productivity and HSE
• Next generation of energy systems to revolutionize the way we produce, transmit, and consume energy

12:00-12:30 Networking Coffee

12:30-13:45 SESSION 3 – Advancing Energy Efficiency Across the Value Chain

• New energy saving projects – Production cost reduction, CAPEX, emissions, pay-back
• Implementing efficient technologies with less environmental impact
• Improving flared and vented gas vs. gas production ratio
• Next generation power connectivity: Balancing large-scale utility infrastructure with distributed power and the advent of the prosumer
• Opportunities all along the value chain for the utility of the future
• Digitalizing power networks to improve efficiencies


13:45-14:00 Networking Coffee

14:00-15:00 SESSION 4 – The Future Energy Mix to 2030

• Changes in the energy market – Generation, transmission, distribution, metering, sales
• Delivering a sustainable, clean & affordable fuel mix: Understanding the critical role CCS technology can play in benefiting coal
• New smart grid technologies
• Energy optimization all along the value chain
• New paradigm for utilities – Responding to current demands of prosumers
• Natural gas & renewables as a means to improve quality of life and reduce CO2 emissions


15:00-16:30 Networking Lunch


Previous Speakers

ANTON ANTON

Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy

ZOLTAN NAGY-BEGE

Vice President, ANRE

FLORINA SORA

Superior Adviser, NAMR

VASILE CIOLPAN

Director Energy Trading Department, ROMGAZ

VALENTIN SILIVESTRU

President General Director, INCDT COMOTI

ALEXANDRA
MILITARU

Director International Cooperation, TRANSGAZ

SHOHRAT JUMAYEV

TURKMENISTAN AMBASSADOR
IN ROMANIA

HAMZA KARIMOV

Chief Executive Officer, SOCAR
ROMANIA

NICUSOR NACU

Department Manager of
Energy Efficiency Program,
OMV PETROM

VIOREL VASIU

Member of the Board of
Directors, TRANSELECTRICA

ION LUNGU

Director General, CEZ TRADE

MARK BEACOM

Chief Executive Officer, BLACK
SEA OIL & GAS

SANIYA MELNICENCO

Vice President, ROPEPCA

BOGDAN-NICOLAE
BADEA

President of Management
Board, HIDROELECTRICA

ADRIAN BOROTEA

Group Strategy & EU Agenda
Division Director, CEZ
ROMANIA

MARIUS CRISTESCU

Country/Sales Manager Rental
Division, ATLAS COPCO

ŁUKASZ BEDNAREK

Business Analyst and R&D
Manager @Power & Natural
Gas Division, ASSECO GROUP

DRAGOLJUB
DAMLJANOVIĆ

Vice President Energy for
South East Europe, SCHNEIDER
ELECTRIC

LUCIAN ANGHEL

Founder and CEO, TIMEPAL
ROMANIA
and FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES

DANIEL VLASCEANU

Partner, VLASCEANU, ENE &
PARTNERS

ALEXANDRU VIDU

Chief Executive Officer,
BUREAU VERITAS ROMANIA

CORINA POPESCU

Chief Executive Officer,
ELECTRICA

SORIN ELISEI

Senior Manager Energy &
Resources Industry Practice,
DELOITTE CONSULTANTA

LAVINIA IANCU

Publisher, ENERGY INDUSTRY
REVIEW


Pricing Table


STANDARD RATE

400.00

/PERSON

Documentation
Coffee Breaks
Luncheon
Dinner and refreshments

ENERGY INDUSTRY REVIEW SUBSCRIBER

300.00

/PERSON

Documentation
Coffee Breaks
Luncheon
Dinner and refreshments


GROUP RATE

350.00

/PERSON

For groups of 3 or more delegates
Documentation
Coffee Breaks
Luncheon
Dinner and refreshments



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