The Energy Charter Secretariat is pleased to announce that the first meeting of the Industry Advisory Panel (IAP) in 2017 will be hosted by the Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. and will take place in Warsaw, Poland on 23 March 2017, on the subject of:
Pathways to Develop Flexible and Liquid LNG Market; Role of LNG in the global energy future
The meeting will be followed by a study visit at the LNG terminal in Świnoujście, Poland on 24 March.
The event will bring together a wide number of senior industry representatives and experts from international corporations and organisations as well as representatives of governments who will discuss the latest developments in the LNG sector.
There is a limited number of places available and registrations are taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register by sending an e-mail to: Mr Tomasz Bak (firstname.lastname@example.org; +322 7759 858) and Ms Ishita Pant (email@example.com; +32 27 759 812) as soon as possible. Deadline for registrations is: FRIDAY, 17th March 2017.
Those of you who are willing to take part in the study tour at the LNG terminal in Swinoujscie are kindly requested to book flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Szczecin-Goleniow Airport by themselves. Organisers are unable to guarantee seats in the plane so please proceed with booking as soon as possible. Relevant information is to be found below.
The Industry Advisory Panel was set up by the Energy Charter Conference in 2004 as a means to build on existing contacts with industry and to strengthen the dialogue with the private sector on the main directions of the Energy Charter Process, with a particular focus on risk mitigation, improvement of the business climate, provision of clean energy and sustainable energy development and energy security. Currently, it has members from 57 energy companies, international associations and intergovernmental institutions from 24 countries, covering all the segments of the energy value chain such as exploration, production, generation, transmission, distribution, finance, equipment, services, technology and consultancy.
The main purpose of the IAP is to strengthen the interaction between the ECT constituency and industry with a special focus on the effective implementation of the Energy Charter Treaty. The IAP brings together some of the world’s largest, small and medium companies involved in energy exploration, production and consumption as well as key financial institutions and seeks to advise the Energy Charter Conference on the basis of expert input from members (both private and state-owned companies) and through examination from a business perspective of the relevant work of the Secretariat.