1–2, March 2023
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IN-VR is pleased to announce the eighth edition of Balkan's official energy conference Balkans Energy. The summit is the official event for the Balkans energy industries.
Following the current energy agenda and new market needs, Balkans being strategically placed in Eastern Europe where Asian, African, and European paths are crossed and holding the region’s hydrocarbon and renewables potential have resources to become one of Europe’s strategic powerhouses and important transportation corridor.
In new projects
Overcoming energy poverty
And energy crisis
As much as the Balkan countries are full of under-explored resources and investment opportunities, they still have to overcome certain obstacles related to energy infrastructure, legislation and geopolitical challenges.
The event explores how Balkans can fuel Europe with enough energy resources to counter the crisis in the light of Russian invasion of Ukraine. Participants will meet all the key regional stakeholders and projects that are transforming the future of the region.
Why Balkans Energy Summit?
The Balkans region is full of under-explored resources and investment opportunities. The region has to regain geopolitical attention in light of the energy crisis and will play an essential role in Europe's power security.
However, Balkan countries still have to overcome certain obstacles related to energy infrastructure, legislation, and geopolitical challenges. The 8th Balkans Energy Summit is gathering key regional and international energy stakeholders to address the industry's pain points and build cooperation between the countries aligning energy futures and strategizing resources.
Accelerating energy transition in the Balkans countries while recognizing the importance of existing deals and new exploration activities.
Securing investment in the region’s energy projects to meet the need for energy security and avoid energy poverty.
Exchanging experience, technologies and best practices through dedicated workshops and meeting facilitation.
Focusing on finding bridges and points for cooperation between the Balkans countries to strategise solar, wind, hydro, nuclear, and green hydrogen capacity as well as new oil and gas discoveries and build the potential to become Europe’s power house.
Reigniting hydrocarbon exploration in Europe
Bosnia & Herzegovina
George Kovacic, President
Balkans Petroleum is an excellent place to exchange ideas, meet with ministries and IOCs that are targeting the region. It is the only summit that focuses on South-Eastern Europe and the Balkans with full governmental support.