Albania Oil, Gas & Energy 2015 Summit

IRN is pleased to introduce the inaugural

Albania Oil, Gas & Energy 2015 Summit,

17-18 March 2015 Sheraton Tirana Hotel

Taking place in Tirana, Albania, organised in collaboration with and under the Official Auspices of the Ministry of Energy & Industry.

IRN holds a very successful Mediterranean portfolio of high level meetings, the most recent of which was the Annual Balkans and the Adriatic Summit that recently hosted more than 250 senior delegates and 70 IOCs in Athens. The Albania Summit takes the regional discussions to a forum focused only on Albania to bring you exclusive updates on major developments within Albania’s energy sector by gathering all interested investment parties together with key Government Executives to discuss:

  • Upcoming licensing round of onshore and offshore blocks
  • Albania’s hydrocarbon and energy production potential
  • Energy infrastructure projects
  • Investment opportunities in gas, renewables and electricity production
  • The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP): the most important development catalyst in the region

Find out how the investment legal framework encourages foreign involvement, how to get involved in upcoming energy projects, meet the key players and operators in the country and develop your entry strategy in Albania.

Why Albania:

  • A growing market with different business opportunities

  • Open-door licensing round for 12 onshore blocks and 1 offshore block

  • Europe’s largest onshore oilfield; Patos-Marinza

  • Proven oil and gas reserves

  • Amongst Europe’s largest and oldest oil and gas producers

  • Excellent fiscal initiatives

  • Major IOCs already investing in the country

  • Trans Adriatic Pipeline to supply Albania with natural gas

  • Current privatization of the petroleum sector

Key topics to be discussed at the Albania Oil, Gas & Energy 2015 Summit include:

  • An overall analysis of the Albanian onshore sector and current developments

  • New licenses onshore and offshore

  • Albania’s fascinating oil and gas history

  • Exclusive updates on Patos Marinza field

  • Developing Albania’s gas infrastructure to best fit Gas Master plan 2015

  • Fiscal and investment incentives for the Energy Sector

  • A step-by-step direction on how to acquire an exploration license in Albania

  • Gas market drivers and dynamics: Domestic and export potential

  • Plans, projects and opportunities in the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream sector

  • Transparency initiatives

For more information please contact

Chryssa Tsouraki


T: +44 (0) 207 111 1615


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