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Day Two – Thursday, 12th of November

09:05 - 16:40
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09:05 Chairman’s opening remarks

Gulmira Rzayeva, Senior Research fellow, energy related issues, Center for Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan

CASPIAN OIL AND GAS – EUROPE vs ASIA

09:10 Keynote panel. Ensuring uninterrupted energy supplies to Europe – The role of Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan

Panel moderator: Gulmira Rzayeva, Senior Research fellow, energy related issues,Center for Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan

Dauren Omarov, Head of Analysis, Oil Industry Department, Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan

John M. Roberts, Energy Security Specialist & Senior Partner, Methinks

09:50 CPC Case Study: Effective oil transportation in the Caspian region
Leonid Bokhanovsky, Deputy General Director for Relations with the Russian Government, Caspian Pipeline Consortium

10:20 China: new midstream player in Central Asia?

Danila Bochkarev, Senior Research Fellow, East-West Institute

10:50 Morning refreshments and networking shared withBlack Sea Oil & Gas logo EDIT-email

NEW PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITES

 12:20 Current Turkish transmission networks and future developments

Mustafa Cihangir Akbaba, Senior Consultant, BOTAŞ

 12:50 The development of Southern export routes of Russia

Alexander Kurdin, Director, Strategic Energy Analitics, Analytical Centre for the Government of the Russian Federation 

13:20 Networking Lunch shared with Black Sea Oil & Gas logo EDIT-email

14:20 European-Russian pipeline partnerships: trust and reliability

Marc Ozawa, Associate Director of Energy Policy Forum, University of Cambridge

14:50 Partnering with local suppliers to reach technical excellence: case study TANAP

Denis Parein, Business Development Manager Oil and Gas, ArcelorMittal

15:20 Afternoon refreshments and networking shared withBlack Sea Oil & Gas logo EDIT-email

WORLD CAFÉ ROUNDTABLES – OVERCOMING POLITICAL AND TECHNICAL CHALLENGES

15:50 Similar to a Roundtable, but more informal, in smaller groups and individuals rotate tables. The World Café is a structured conversational process in which small groups of 5-7 people discuss a topic around tables, with individuals switching tables periodically and getting introduced to the previous discussion at their new table by a table host.

Roundtable 1: Oil and Gas pipelines: corrosion control, repair solutions, emergency response

Anatoly Korolenok, Head, Department of Building and Maintenance of Oil and Gas Transport Constructions, Gubkin Oil and Gas State University

Alexey Lopatin, Head, Department of Thermodynamics and Heat Engines, Gubkin Oil

and Gas State University

 

Roundtable 2: Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline: overcoming technical and political challenges

Timothy Stanley, Managing Director, Russia and CIS, Control Risks 

16:50 Chairman’s closing remarks

17:00 End of the conference

 

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