Major associations aboard Romania Oil & Gas Summit

Bucharest will host the Romania Oil & Gas Summit on March 16-17 at the Radisson Blu Hotel.

The organizers informed on Friday that the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (BSEC), the Romanian Black Sea Title Holders Association (RBSTA) and the Romanian Petroleum Exploration and Production Companies Association (ROPEPCA) have become supporting partners of the event.

“The three associations join The Romanian Petroleum Club which is also actively engaged with ROGS and promoting to its members and the International Gas Union whose representatives will be delivering an important keynote in the opening session alongside H.E. Victor Grigorescu, Minister of Energy.

ROGS is patronized, hosted and developed in partnership with Romania’s Ministry of Energy. It is the only event to focus entirely on the role Romania is currently playing and more importantly, can potentially play in the regional and wider European hydrocarbons industry,” reads a press release.

Government and industry leaders including H.E. Victor Grigorescu, Minister of Energy, Elena Popescu, Cabinet Director General, Energy & Environment Directorate, Kinga Daradics, CEO, Mol Group Romania and David French, CEO, Bankers Petroleum, to name just a few will provide delegates with invaluable insight into the opportunities and priorities available across the region.

The two-day event will feature a strategic overview led by the ministry, followed by three distinct sessions, focusing on: Upstream – Neptun block updates, OMV Petrom and Exxon field discoveries, Lukoil, PanAtlantic and Romgaz’s recent discovery and the impact of new fiscal regimes to ensure new licensing round; Downstream – refinery modernization, retail sector growth and Gas – regional interconnectors, Romania’s potential to become a net gas exporter.

International energy event specialists, Global Event Partners are working in partnership with the Ministry to deliver the summit. ROGS will pool thought leaders from across Europe to properly contextualize the role Romania can play as a pillar of European energy.

For full details of speakers and programme content and for information on how to attend visit There is a 25% discount for companies able to book their delegate place before 20th January for just EUR 595. Booking here.

The Romanian Journal is among the summit’s media partners.


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