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NATO Warsaw Summit and Beyond #2

Please join Romania Energy Center (ROEC) for a presentation, followed by a discussion, of its latest Special Report titled “NATO Warsaw Summit and Beyond” to take place on October 19, 2016, at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi (UAIC). The Special Report was co-authored by an interdisciplinary team of ROEC experts and co-sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It is the analytical output of a consistent research work conducted during June-September exploring five topics: NATO’s access-denial problem after Warsaw, NATO missile defense in Europe, Nuclear Deterrence today, Russia’s reactions, and Turkey’s role in NATO. Open to public.

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Iasi - October 19, 2016

NATO Warsaw Summit and Beyond #1

Please join Romania Energy Center (ROEC) for a presentation, followed by a discussion, of its latest Special Report titled “NATO Warsaw Summit and Beyond” to take place on October 10, 2016, at the Academy of Economic Science in Bucharest. The Special Report was co-authored by an interdisciplinary team of ROEC experts and co-sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It is the analytical output of a consistent research work conducted during June-September exploring five topics: NATO’s access-denial problem after Warsaw, NATO missile defense in Europe, Nuclear Deterrence today, Russia’s reactions, and Turkey’s role in NATO. Open to public. RSVP required.

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Bucharest - October 10, 2016

Black Sea in Access Denial Age

Please join Romania Energy Center (ROEC) for a presentation, followed by a discussion, of its latest Special Report titled “Black Sea in Access Denial Age” to take place on February 15, 2016, at the Academy of Economic Science in Bucharest. The Special Report was co-authored by an interdisciplinary team of ROEC experts and is part of a larger ROEC project implemented by our center in the second half of 2015 and co-sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It is the flagship output of the analytical effort to explore the implications of an emerging anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) bubble in the Black Sea along three key dimensions: Crimea’s militarization and NATO’s potential offset strategy; hybrid warfare, and upstream access denial. Open to public. RSVP required.

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Bucharest - February 15, 2016

Black Sea Offshore Conference

For the third consecutive year, Romania Energy Center (ROEC) is proud to support the Black Sea Offshore Conference, an established annual event dedicated to E&P activities in the Black Sea region, organized by Global Business Club Ltd. The conference will take place at Intercontinental Hotel in Bucharest, on October 20-21, 2015, and is supported by the National Agency for Mineral Resources of Romania (NAMR), the Bulgarian Ministry of Economy and Energy and the State Agency of Oil and Gas of Georgia. The event brings together all relevant stakeholders to discuss new tenders, cost optimization, new seismic technology, gas transportation projects and many other exciting topics.

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Bucharest - October 20-21, 2015

Global Oil&Gas Black Sea and Mediteranean

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) proudly supports the first edition of the Black Sea and Mediterranean Oil&Gas conference, organized by ITE Group Plc, under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change and in partnership with the Institute for Energy in South East Europe (IENE). The event will take place on September 23 – 24, 2015 in Athens, Greece, and will focus on the latest hydrocarbons activity and developments in the Black Sea, East Med, Ionian and Aegean Seas. Members of Romania Energy Center community will receive a 10% discount upon registration to this event.

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Athens - September 23-24, 2015

The Nuclear Option for SE Europe

Romania Energy Center (ROEC) with the Institute of Energy for South East Europe (IENE) are convening a one day conference in Bucharest, Romania in May 2015 to discuss the Nuclear Option for SE Europe in the context of energy security. This conference will discuss the challenges and opportunities for nuclear power development in SE Europe. The organizers expect that this conference, upon its conclusion, will constitute a major reference for the entire S.E. European energy market. Nuclear energy experts from various countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia, Austria and Turkey will participate and share their insight. Furthermore, government officials, E.U. representatives and executives from major energy companies are also expected to attend…

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Bucharest - May 6, 2015