Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Events

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22nd World LNG Summit & Awards

29 November – 2 December 2022

The 22nd World LNG Summit & Awards will bring together global LNG leaders from across the value chain to define the critical role of LNG and gas in both energy security and the ongoing drive for decarbonisation. As LNG enters a new frontier, this will be one of the most important conversations yet for the future of the global LNG & gas industry.

Budapest Climate Summit

7 December 2022

Budapest Climate Summit is a niche event focusing on the green transition of the CEE region’s economy.

The summit brings together policymakers, industry experts, corporate leaders, technology pioneers and next-generation sustainable leaders to share their perspectives on how to enable businesses and civil society to deliver actions necessary to achieve our common climate objectives.

The first Budapest Climate Summit took place in 2020, and since then it became an important yearly meeting point for climate and sustainability stakeholders. Distinguished speakers are coming from all around the world to discuss the green transformation of the economy in light of the 2050 climate targets. Encouraged by the huge success of the previous events the Budapest Climate Summit will be organised this year as well, on 7 December in Hotel Marriott Budapest.

Energy Week Black Sea 2023

7-9 February 2023

The war in Ukraine has further disrupted an already volatile market, in which energy prices were rising due to post-lockdown energy demand exceeding supply. Today, self-sufficiency and energy independence talks no longer amount to rhetoric. Utilising vast renewable energy potential, increasing interconnection and facilitating system flexibility and market liberalisation are of paramount importance. The most important renewables conference in the Black Sea region for the third year will bring together government authorities, both state and private sector companies from Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Turkey, as well as IFIs, DFIs, and foreign private investors to foster deployment of renewables and attract foreign direct investment.