1st Oil & Gas Forum, Greece: A Prospective Key Energy Player in South East Europe
1st Oil & Gas Forum, Greece: A Prospective Key Energy Player in South East Europe
Location: Ramada Plaza Thraki Hotel in Alexandroupoli from 11:30 to 20:30

With the support of the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE), the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce is holding its 1st Oil & Gas Forum | Alexandroupoli Greece on Thursday, September 7, 2017 at Ramada Plaza Thraki Hotel in Alexandroupoli, Greece.

With rising global energy demand, the oil and gas industry in Greece has a wide range of challenges to face and opportunities to seize. The Oil & Gas Forum will bring together key policy makers, regulators, top market players, financiers, academics and experts to present and discuss unique insights in and observations on up-to-date topics in the dynamic energy field in Greece and the wider region.

Greek Minister of Environment & Energy, George Stathakis as well as US Ambassador to Greece, Geoffrey R. Pyatt have already confirmed their participation as Forum keynote speakers.

We are also delighted to announce that Aleksandar Antic, Minister of Mining and Energy, Republic of Serbia and Temenuzhka Petkova, Minister of Energy, Republic of Bulgaria have also confirmed their presence at our conference. 

The conference will cover the following areas:

  • The global trends in the energy sector and geopolitics
  • Understanding relationships between energy geopolitics and energy markets
  • The oil & gas potential of Greece: Challenges & Perspectives
  • The role of pricing in sector’s evolution
  • The Future of Oil and Gas drillings in Greece
  • The role of Greece in the global gas &LNG market-New interconnections & terminals
  • Gas pipelines &regional challenges in SE Europe
  • Energy Projects Financing
  • Regional alliances and co-operations

During the conference diverse thoughts, ideas and best practices will be presented on how Greece could become a major energy hub for Europe and how it can best exploit its geographical advantage and energy resources for achieving this goal.

Travel to Alexandroupoli

  • 3 flights per day from Athens ( 1 hour)
  • Distance between Athens and Alexandroupoli is 800 kilometers ( 8 hours)
  • Distance between Thessaloniki and Alexandroupoli is 300 kilometers ( 2,5 hours)


American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce

Frosso Paneta
Tel.: 210 6993559 ext.27 Email: f.paneta@amcham.gr

Sophia Chaidogiannou
Tel.: 210 6993559 ext. 26 Email.: s.xaidogiannou@amcham.gr

Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE)

Constantina Zervou
Tel.: 211 71 56 168, Email.: k.zervou@haee.gr