Global summits organiser, IRN, is pleased to announce that the Balkans Oil & Gas Summit will be coming back to Athens, Greece on 24th-25th September for the 2nd Annual Balkans Oil & Gas 2013 Summit.
Building on the success of the first Balkans Summit, the 2nd Annual Balkans Oil & Gas 2013 Summit, as the only event to focus on the whole region, will be held in Athens once again offering even more insights on the latest E&P developments in the region, from licensing rounds, to regulatory frameworks including pipeline projects and operations in the Adriatic, the Ionian and the Black Sea.
The Ministry of Economy in Croatia, the Ministry of Environment, Energy & Climate Change in Greece, the Federal Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Ministry of Mining and Geological Researches in Montenegro will send governmental officials to deliver keynote presentations regarding the developments that are planned and will be joined by senior-level executives from the major NOCs, such as Hellenic Petroleum, DESFA and IOCs like INA, Repsol, Zeta Petroleum, San Leon Energy with a strong present in the industry.
With last year attendees being senior executives from international oil companies such as Statoil, Shell, Sonatrach, Gazpromneft, Repsol and Petromanas, governmental officials from the Energy Ministries in the Balkan region and energy experts looking at the area, IRN, the global summits organiser behind this project, is promising to bring together again all the key representatives introducing the delegates to business development and new ventures opportunities while obtaining a spherical knowledge about the hydrocarbon development in these countries.
More information on the 2nd Annual Balkans Oil & Gas Summit can be found online at www.balkanssummit.com.