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Albania Energy 2015 Summit- Agenda V

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Albania Energy 2015 Summit- Agenda V

  1. 1. ALBANIAOIL, GAS & ENERGY 2015 SUMMIT www.albaniasummit.com 17-18 March 2015 | SheratonTirana Hotel Officially endorsed and in partnership with: Ministry of Energy and Industry of Albania (MEI) National Agency of Natural Resources of Albania Lead Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: Gala Dinner Sponsor: Exhibitor Sponsors: Coffee Break Sponsor: Lead Speaker Sponsor: Speaker Sponsors: Organised by:Charity Partner: Welcome Speech by H.E. Edi Rama Prime Minister Republic of Albania
  2. 2. Lead Sponsor: Platinum Sponsor: Gala Dinner Sponsor: Coffee Break Sponsor: Lead Speaker Sponsor: Speaker Sponsors: Exhibitor Sponsors: Gifts Sponsor: Charity Partner:Supported by: SPONSORS
  3. 3. IRN holds a very successful Mediterranean portfolio of high level meetings, the most recent of which was the 3rd Annual Balkans and the Adriatic Summit that recently hosted more than 250 senior delegates and 70 IOCs in Athens. The Albania Summit takes the regional discussions to a forum focused only on Albania to bring you exclusive updates on major developments within Albania’s energy sector by gathering all interested investment parties together with key Government Executives to discuss: • Upcoming licensing round of onshore and offshore blocks • Albania’s hydrocarbon and energy production potential • Energy infrastructure projects • Investment opportunities in gas, renewables and electricity production • The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) Join the senior delegation at the Summit and find out how the legal framework for investment encourages foreign involvement; understand how to get involved in upcoming energy projects; meet the key players and operators in the country, and develop your entry strategy in Albania. Why Albania? • A growing market with numerous business opportunities • Open-door licensing round for 12 onshore blocks and 1 offshore block • Europe’s largest onshore oilfield; Patos-Marinza • Proven oil and gas reserves • Amongst Europe’s largest and oldest oil and gas producers • Excellent fiscal incentives • Major IOCs already investing in the country • Trans Adriatic Pipeline to supply Albania with natural gas • Forthcoming privatisation of the petroleum sector ABOUT THE SUMMIT Media Partners Albania Upstream Panel (from left): Dorian Ducka, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania; Chryssa Tsouraki, Head of Oil & Gas, IRN; Dael Dervishi, Executive Director, National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN); Mark Hodgson, VP, Business Development and Deputy General Director, Bankers Petroleum Albania Ltd; Dorina Çinari, Director, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Albania Gold Media Partner Bronze Media Partner portali i të gjithë shqiptarëve
  4. 4. Arben Ahmetaj Minister Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Entrepreneurship Our Senior level speaker faculty includes a strong panel of experts: SPEAKERS Dorina Çinari Director Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Albania Dritan Spahiu Director of Policies and Development of Hydrocarbons Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania Dorian Ducka Deputy Minister Ministry of Energy and Industry Albania Damian Gjiknuri Minister Ministry of Energy and Industry Albania H.E. Edi Rama Prime Minister Republic of Albania Dael Dervishi Executive Director National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) Endri Puka Chairman Albpetrol Albania Lorenc Gordani Legal Energy Market Advisor and Project Manager Albanian Centre for Energy Regulation and Conservation (ACERC) Etleva Kondi Director of Concessions Procurement and Privatisation Ministry of Energy and Industry Aas Agnar Director of Governmental Affairs Devoll Hydropower, Albania Elona Varfi COO National Economic Council (NEC) Arian Hoxha Advisor to the Minister Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania Mehmet Hasalami Policy and Development Directorate of Mines Ministry of Energy, Albania Anisa Jasini Manager, Tax Services Ernst & Young (EY) Albania Giannis Karakolis North Greece Director POLYECO S.A. Gjergji Simaku Head of Renewables and Energy Efficiency Policy Ministry of Energy and Industry Leonidha Cobo General Manager Bankers Petroleum Albania Ltd Ilkin Aslanov Executive Assistant to SOCAR President Advisor SOCAR, Azerbaijan Simon Geragthy Drilling Waste Management Expert POLYECO S.A. Shkelqim Bozgo Country Manager for Albania TAP Fabio Greco Project Director Eagle LNG
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  7. 7. YOUR EXPERIENCE Who should attend? Over the two days you will hear a number of highly relevant, regionally focused, case studies and presentations whilst also benefiting from a number of Q&A sessions and opportunities to network with the senior level speaker faculty. IRN’s leading oil and gas portfolio includes the very successful: • 3rd Balkans and the Adriatic Oil & Gas Summit • Morocco Oil & Gas Summit • Egypt Oil & Gas Summit • 3rd New Libya Oil & Gas Forum • Italy-Malta Oil & Gas Summit • Lebanon Oil & Gas Summit • Turkey Oil & Gas Summit • South Caspian Region Petroleum & Energy Summit We will be hosting this meeting in Tirana - the capital and business heart of Western Balkans. The meeting will be held in a luxurious central 5* hotel in Tirana, and throughout the meeting you will benefit from a number of networking opportunities, including Networking Lunches, a Private Gala Dinner, and Networking Reception. • New Ventures • Business Development • Exploration • Operations • Production • Assets and Projects • Technology Services • Midstream • Contracts • HSEQ • LNG From • National / International Oil Companies • Oil and Gas Law Practices • Governmental Bodies and Associations The Summit will also be useful for: • Oil and Gas experts • Consultants • Academics • Investors Managing Directors, Vice Presidents, Members of the Board, Directors, Heads and Advisors of:
  8. 8. ABOUT IRN SUPPORTERS AND SPONSORS FROM PREVIOUS IRN SUMMITS Excellent opportunity to bring together experts from the region to discuss lateast developments in the oil & gas industry Albanian Ministry of Energy & Industry Very interesting - way beyond expectations Bankers Petroleum Albania LTD The organisers provided perfect balance between technical and non-technical content with relevant insights into the geo-political and economic situation of the region Shell Upstream International Very good place for contributing business and enjoying traditional culture. Very enriching event with presentations including all aspects of O&G Activity. Warm thanks to IRN Repsol As a specialist in organising Senior Level Summits, IRN enjoys an excellent reputation globally. We have high-level events for a number of industries including Security, Oil and Gas, Commodity Trading, and Infrastructure and Construction. We gather senior level thought leaders from international companies to discuss high priority issues. We are proud to host a number of highly acclaimed international Summits and Forums focused on Oil & Gas. We are highly regarded for our work in connecting Governmental bodies with key companies and for consistently ensuring an excellent audience profile. National Oil Corporation, Libya Ministry of Economy Trade and Energy, Albania Ministry of Communications & Transportation, Bosnia & Herzegovina Ministry of Petroleum, Pakistan Ministry of Regional Development and Local Self-Government, Serbia Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport & Infrastructure, Croatia Government of Montenegro, Ministry of Economy Deputy Prime Minister Office for Construction and Services Affairs, Iraq Ministry of Construction and Housing, Iraq Ministry of Transportation, Iraq Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania
  9. 9. DAY 1 | TUESDAY 17TH MARCH 2015 09.00 Registration and coffee 10.00 Welcome from Chryssa Tsouraki, Head of Oil & Gas, IRN 10.10 Opening comments from the Chairman Dorian Ducka, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania 10.15 Inauguration of the Summit and Keynote Welcome Address from Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, H.E. Edi Rama 10.35 Keynote Address: Damian Gjiknuri, Minister,Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania 10.55 Presentation: Overall analysis of the onshore sector of Albania and current developments • Overview on previous licenses for onshore exploration and production • Assessing expectations for acceleration in onshore licensing activity • Outlining the strategy and legal framework for oil activities in Albania Dritan Spahiu, Director, Directorate of Policies and Development of Hydrocarbons, Ministry of Energy and Industry 11.15 Morning Break by: This section will feature exclusive presentations by IOCs that are active in Albania, who will share their expertise and experience on their activities and operations in Albania, drawing reference to their approach and results. 12.00 Presentation: The revival and transformation of Europe’s largest onshore oilfield; the Patos-Marinza field • History so far • Application of new technology • Technical re-rating of reserves • Corporate and Social Responsibility Leonidha Cobo, General Manager, Bankers Petroleum Albania Ltd 12.30 Presentation by SOCAR Ilkin Aslanov, Executive Assistant to SOCAR President Advisor, SOCAR, Azerbaijan 13.00 Presentation Endri Puka, Chairman, Albpetrol, Albania 13.30 Lunch Break 14.30 Presentation: How Albanian legislation facilitates on exploration and development of hydrocarbons • Separation of free blocks and the opportunity to have two in one e.g. 2-3, A-B, 2-3-4 in the sea etc. • The sedimentary basins detecting oil and gas • Biggest reserve onshore in Europe (Patos-Marinza field) • The discovery of Shpiragu oil resource Dael Dervishi, Executive Director, National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) 14.50 Presentation: The fiscal regime in Albania for upstream oil & gas operations • Highlights • Issues, pitfalls and loopholes in the implementation of the regime • Ideas for a more efficient and predictable regime Anisa Jasini Manager, Tax Services, Ernst & Young, Albania 15.05 Keynote speech by the Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania Dorian Ducka, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania 15.20 Presentation: Eagle LNG Terminal and Pipeline - efficient solutions for the Balkans • Project introduction and strategic role • Milestone achieved and development plan • Benefits for Albania and the Balkans Fabio Greco, Project Director, Eagle LNG 15.35 Afternoon Break 16.05 Presentation: Trans Adriatic Pipeline - From project planning to project implementation • The history of the pipeline and its significance for the development of the Balkan region • Assessing the developments and most significant updates on the TAP • Why the TAP offers an exceptional opportunity for the diversification of gas imports Shkelqim Bozgo, Country Manager for Albania, TAP
  10. 10. DAY 1 | TUESDAY 17TH MARCH 2015 (CONTINUED) 16.20 Panel Discussion: Developing Albania’s gas infrastructure to align with the Gas Master Plan in 2015 • Implementations to adapt current oil system to modern gas infrastructure • How gas developments will trigger a significant boost to the Albanian economy • Linking TAP to current infrastructure Dritan Spahiu, Director, Directorate of Policies and Development of Hydrocarbons, Ministry of Energy and Industry Dorian Ducka, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania Shkelqim Bozgo, Country Manager for Albania TAP Fabio Greco, Project Director, Eagle LNG 17.00 Charity Partner Presentation: Down Syndrome Albania Foundation Emanuela Zaimi, Founder and Chair of the Board, Down Syndrome Albania Foundation 17.10 Closing comments from the Chairman 17.20 Drinks Reception 18.30 Gala Dinner sponsored by SHELL
  11. 11. DAY 2 | WEDNESDAY 18TH MARCH 2015 09.00 Registration and coffee 09.50 Opening comments from the Chairman 10.00 Keynote Address: Arben Ahmetaj, Minister, Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Entrepreneurship 10.20 Presentation: Privatisation of Albpetrol • What are the blocks offered? • What is the geology of each of the offered blocks and what is their hydrocarbon potential? • Exploration history of each block offered • AKBN’s output in licensing the former Albpetrol blocks Etleva Kondi, Director of Concessions, Procurement and Privatisation, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania 10.50 Presentation by Polyeco Giannis Karakolis, Chemical Engineer AUTh, MEng, Msc North Greece Director, POLYECO S.A. Simon Geragthy, Drilling Waste Management Expert, POLYECO S.A. 11.05 Panel Discussion: Albania’s current plan to achieve energy efficiency • Albania as a key to European energy security • How will Albania proceed with the implementation of EU directives into Albanian legislation (adoption of the legal framework for Energy Efficiency)? • The current investment plan to secure foreign investment Gjergji Simaku, Head of Renewables and Energy Efficiency Policy, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania Dael Dervishi, Executive Director, National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN) Dorian Ducka, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania 11.45 Morning Break 12.15 Presentation: Albanian opportunities to bridge the gap of investments in framework of Energy Community • Opening up of markets and the implementation of an effective regulatory framework • Boost of the projects of regional interest - PECI • Flaking policies and governance of investments Lorenc Gordani, Legal Energy Market Advisor and Project Manager, Albanian Centre for Energy Regulation and Conservation (ACERC) 12.35 Presentation: The refining sector of Albania • What is the refining capacity of Albania as of today? • Understanding if and where there is a need for further modernisation of current refineries • Discussing new ideas on developing the refining sector by expanding the current refining infrastructure 13.05 Presentation: What is the energy investment outlook in Albania for 2020? • What are the investment incentives for energy projects in Albania? • Are the upcoming energy projects going to be enough to attract investment and why? • How modernisation and construction of crude oil and product storage facilities will encourage foreign investment Arian Hoxha, Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania 13.35 Lunch Break 14.35 Presentation: Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative - EITI in Albania • Extractive Transparency in EU; how it is fast becoming a reality • Transparency as a means to accountability • Benefits of the Governments on joining EITI • Benefits to companies and investors center on mitigating political and reputational risks Dorina Çinari, Director, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Albania 15.05 Presentation : The National Economic Council; Fostering Business-Government dialogue • NEC: Purpose, establishment and 0peration • NEC members and meetings, NEC partnership, structure and processes • Results so far and challenges for the future Elona Varfi, COO, National Economic Council (NEC) 15.35 Afternoon Break 16.05 Keynote Presentation from the Ministry of Energy and Industry - Renewables Directorate Gjergji Simaku, Head of Renewables and Energy Efficiency Policy, Ministry of Energy and Industry, Albania
  12. 12. DAY 2 | WEDNESDAY 18TH MARCH 2015 (CONTINUED) 16.35 Presentation: An overview of Albania’s greatest energy source - Hydropower • What does the future hold for hydropower projects? • Discussing how much investment is needed to modernise hydropower stations and maximise their output • Where are the most important hydropower projects located? Aas Agnar, Director of Governmental Affairs, Devoll Hydropower, Albania 16.55 Presentation: An overview of the mining sector in Albania • Locating investment drivers for mining exploitation • Fiscal regime for current and new investors Mehmet Hasalami, Policy and Development Directorate of Mines, Ministry of Energy, Albania 17.15 Closing comments from the Chairman 17.25 Thank you from IRN
  13. 13. Fees Delegate fee per person (includes documentation and entry to all conference sessions, lunches, refreshments, admission to networking social events. Payment is required within 5 working days) Standard Rate £1695 (+VAT) Documentation only £300 (+VAT) All bookings also receive complimentary documentation of the 3rd Balkans and the Adriatic Oil & Gas 2014 Summit usually £300 (+VAT). All bookings also include 10% Discount on bookings for the 4th Balkans & the Adriatic Oil & Gas 2015 Summit, on September 2015 in Athens. 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