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Croatia has great potential to become a bedrock of the region’s energy security – interview with Robert Bošnjak, Head of Strategic Development Business Unit...

Robert Bošnjak, Head of Strategic Development Business Unit at Croatia’s natural gas transmission system operator Plinacro talks about the current status of the IAP, the readiness of company in ensuring the country’s energy needs and Croatia’s potential regarding hydrogen and decarbonised gases.

How to draw the right lessons from today’s energy crisis – interview with Andrea Stegher, VP of the International Gas Union

Andrea Stegher, Vice President of the International Gas Union speaks about the feasibility of increasing LNG imports, where these new flows should come from and especially, how to not make the same mistake again, relying on one source only.

In 10-15 years the hydrogen market could work like the LNG market today – interview with Dr. Axel Wietfeld, CEO of Uniper Hydrogen

Dr. Axel Wietfeld, CEO of Uniper Hydrogen talks about the lessons to learn from Germany when it comes to developing a hydrogen economy and the barriers we need to overcome to reach hydrogen targets.

Introducing a fourth aspect of the energy trilemma – interview with Helge Haugane, Senior VP, Gas and Power at Equinor

Helge Haugane, Senior vice President for Gas & Power at Equinor speaks about what the possible solutions to the trilemma will be and the introduction of a fourth aspect of the energy trilemma which is probably more important to take into account than ever.

The EU’s 2030 biomethane target is within reach – interview with Harmen Dekker, CEO of the European Biogas Association

Harmen Dekker, CEO of the European Biogas Association speaks about the role played by biomethane in the EU’s decarbonisation efforts and what industries will benefit from it the most.

Ship design can make or break the decarbonisation of the maritime industry – interview with Eglë Mikalauskienė, Western Baltic Engineering

Eglë Mikalauskienė, head of sales and marketing at Western Baltic Engineering speaks about the role of LNG as a transitional fuel and the replicability of electric passengers ferries in other countries of CEE. 

The lesson is to diversify before the crisis takes place – interview with Jurgita Šilinskaitė-Venslovienė, Head of LNG Commerce at Klaipėdos Nafta 

Jurgita Šilinskaitė-Venslovienė, the Head of LNG Commerce at Klaipėdos Nafta speaks about the crucial role of LNG in ensuring the security of supply for the whole Baltics and the importance of diversifying technologies as well.

Making LNG affordable for the CEE market – interview with Ivan Fugaš, Director of the Operations and Technical Affairs Division at LNG Croatia

Ivan Fugaš, Director of the Operations and Technical Affairs Division at LNG Croatia speaks about the role that LNG will play in ensuring the supply diversification that we need right now and what the future holds for the Croatian Terminal.

Romania’s TSO ready to take over the gas supplies for CEE – interview with Ion Sterian, director general of Transgaz

Ion Sterian, director general of Transgaz speaks about the role of regional cooperation in the diversification of supply and the company’s future plans also concerning hydrogen.

Hungary’s TSO launches new project to kickstart hydrogen gas blending – interview with Szabolcs I. Ferencz, CEO of FGSZ 

Szabolcs I. Ferencz, CEO of FGSZ speaks about when the natural gas infrastructure currently in operation will be able to switch to transport hydrogen and the role of regional cooperation in achieving the decarbonisation goals.

Behind energy security there must be solidarity – interview with Karol Galek, Secretary of State at the Slovak Ministry of Economy

Karol Galek, Secretary of State at the Slovak Ministry of Economy speaks about the importance of the solidarity principle for the security of supply in the EU and the role of alternative low-carbon gases such as hydrogen to reach the decarbonisation targets.

The strong growth of the e-mobility industry in CEE – interview with Peter Badík, co-founder and Chairman of the Board of GreenWay

After having raised the largest known investment into the EV chargings in CEE, Peter Badík, co-founder and Chairman of the Board of GreenWay speaks about the development of the e-mobility sector in the region, which markets have the strongest potential and what to expect in the near future.

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