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Greek Energy Forum Newsletter, 18th September 2017

 

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Greek Energy Forum Newsletter, 18th September 2017

The DG Energy Director General Dominique Ristori's believes that the Eastern Mediterranean (EastMed) pipeline project to build an offshore/onshore natural gas pipeline, directly connecting East Mediterranean resources to Greece via Cyprus and Crete is a possibility “and we are working for that”. However, if Cyprus is to export its own gas resources via East Med, more Cypriot gas discoveries are needed. An exploratory drill by Italian-French venture Eni-Total in waters off Cyprus had failed to find enough natural gas to exploit.

The Greek Energy Forum would like to announce the completion of the 2017 general elections for the GEF Management Committee. Following the procedures outlined in the GEF Constitution (Article 11, 12 & 13), and after a presentation of the activities and the financial status of the organisation, the General Assembly which took place on Sunday the 3rd of September 2017 saw the release of the Temporary Management Committee from all its active responsibilities and voted in the members of the new GEF Management Committee. The newly elected GEF Management Committee has now received the four-year mandate to lead the organisation forward and has assumed its legal responsibilities. The structure of the New Management Committee can be found here.

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Policy & Regulation

With US climate change pullout, EU sees energy opening

The United States will remain a partner of the European Union in the fight against climate change but the decision of US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the Paris Agreement is an opportunity for Europe to take the lead for renewables and energy efficiency, DG Energy Director General Dominique Ristori told New Europe in an exclusive interview. (New Europe)

Juncker urges Europe to invest in the cars of the future

In his State of the Union address, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, announcing a new industrial policy strategy, said on September 13 it is essential to invest in the cars of the future to keep Europe at the forefront of innovation and digitisation. To this end, Juncker announced a new industrial policy strategy. (New Europe)

EU-Arab summit to boost economic, security, energy cooperation

Representatives from the European Union and Arab world as well as business leaders are expected to discuss foreign policy, economic, security and energy issues and cooperation at an EU-Arab World Summit in Athens on November 9-10. (New Europe)

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Oil & Gas

DEPA confirms interest in Alexandroupoli FSRU project

DEPA, the Public Gas Corporation, has confirmed its interest to become involved in a prospective floating LNG terminal (FSRU) planned for Alexandroupoli, it became known during an energy conference staged at the northeastern port city just days ago. (energypress)

Italy persisting with Poseidon plan despite US objections

Despite US concerns, Italy, citing the support of Brussels, is persisting with a plan aiming for the development of the IGI Poseidon pipeline, an older plan envisaged to transport Russian natural gas through Greece to southern Italy via a submarine Adriatic Sea crossing. This project would also incorporate Greek Stream, a pipeline option planned to run from the Greek-Turkish border. It is also referred to as Turkish Stream for its Turkish segment. (energypress)

Energean farm out to Repsol for 60% of Ioannina block endorsed

The energy ministry has endorsed an agreement between Energean Oil & Gas and Spain’s Repsol farming out 60 percent of the former’s exploration and exploitation rights to an onshore block in the Ioannina area, northwestern Greece. Based on the agreement, signed last March, Repsol will also become the block’s operator. (energypress)

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Power Markets

Flexibility mechanism’s public consultation a further delay

The decision of the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) to launch a public consultation procedure for the new flexibility mechanism will add a further delay to the implementation of the scheme. This affects revenue streams for generators as they are not remunerated for offering flexibility to the system, since the expiry of the old scheme. (energypress)

All island electricity markets to be liberalized start of 2018

The chief executive of the Regulatory Authority for energy (RAE) announced at Thessaloniki International Affair that the retail markets of all non-interconnected islands will be fully liberalized by the 1st of January 2018. (energypress)

RAE chief confirms extra 720 MWh/h NOME amount for rest of year

The chief executive of the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) confirmed that 720MWh/h of electricity will be auctioned through NOME by December. The announcement which was made on the 10th of September during a speech at Thessaloniki International Affair did not clarify whether the volume will be offered in one or two auctions. (energypress)

Talks begin with lender technocrats on bailout’s energy issues

Talks regarding the bailout-required energy sector transformation began last Monday between the Greek authorities and the lenders’ technocrat team. The discussions will evolve around three key issues; PPC’s lignite fire generators sale plan, settlement of the backlog of Public Service Compensation (YKO) payments owed to PPC and market reforms required for the full liberalization of the natural gas market. (energypress)

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Renewables

RES auction plan for PV, wind energy until 2020 sent to EC

The Greek Energy ministry has sent its finalized RES auction plan to the European Commission. The plan proposes to offer capacity through separate auctions for wind and solar PV for 2018, 2019 and 2020. In addition two technology neutral auctions where investors of both technologies will have access will offer capacity for 2019 and 2020. (energypress)

Local energy communities plan receiving German support

The Greek energy ministry’s plan for the promotion of decentralized energy solutions is receiving support through GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), a financing mechanism of Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). (energypress)

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Shipping

Aegean Shipping Management Enters Dry Bulk Sector With Kamsarmax Newbuilding Order Adding More “GREEN Ships”

Aegean Shipping Management makes its turn into the dry bulk sector by placing 4 orders of 82,000 dwt Kamsarmaxes with an option of 2+2 that will be built in Chinese shipyard Cosco Shipping Heavy Industry Co. Deliveries are expected between Q3 and Q4 of 2019, when it is anticipated a recovery in the dry sector mainly due to trade growth and scrapping increase. As mentioned by the company’s Chairman, Mr George Melissanidis, the company’s belief is that this is the right time to enter in that segment, as a result of the historically low asset values which are seen as an opportunity for Aegean to materialize its plans for fleet expansion and diversification with more competent and “green” vessels. (Hellenic Shipping News)

TMS Tankers selects Coldharbour Marine’s BWTS

Greek company TMS Tankers has teamed up with UK-based Coldharbour Marine in order to retrofit its ballast water treatment system. Coldharbour manufactures BWTS with the use of an innovative inert gas technology. The first vessel of TMS Tankers’ fleet to be fitted with the new BWTS is scheduled for the beginning of 2018. The adoption of this technology guarantees the constant compliance of the company’s fleet with discharge standards as well as the unaffected commercial availability of its vessels. (Hellenic Shipping News)

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Energy Union Future Leaders

Under the auspices of Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President, Energy Union, European Commission

Brought to you by the Greek Energy Forum and the Energy & Environmental Policy Laboratory of the University of Piraeus

Athens, Greece - November 10, 2017

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GEF Elections Announcement

According to the Law and the Constitution of the Organisation, regular members which have paid their membership fee and are in good standing by 22/08/2017 are invited to an election General Assembly, which will be held on 03/09/2017, on Sunday at Greece time 13:00, via teleconference, in order to decide on the following agenda items:

AGENDA:

Brief presentation and approval of the delivered actions of the outgoing interim Management Committee

and brief presentation of the overall achievements of the Organisation, since its founding and until 22/08/2017.

Presentation and approval of existing financial statements and items.

Election of the new Management Committee

Release of the members of the outgoing Management Committee from any liability

We would like to inform you that due to problems of technical nature, the submission deadline for candidacies for a post in the new Management Committee – as per the email notification publicly communicated on 10/06/2017 – is now extended. The new deadline is 30/07/2017.

Knowledge Partnership with Natural Gas World

The GEF is happy to announce the commencement of an exciting knowledge partnership with Natural Gas World. Natural Gas World is an independent specialized website dedicated to bringing you the most essential, accurate and reliable information on global gas matters.

GEF Internship Programme Launched

The Greek Energy Forum is delighted to announce the launch of the Internships Programme and would like to invite students and recent graduates to submit their CVs as a range of internships across Europe will be soon available in our partner companies as well as within GEF.

Please send your CV and cover letter to info@greekenergyforum.com quoting “Internship Programme - CV” on the subject, and include your availability to start, current location and flexibility to travel and preferred type of employment (part-time/full-time).

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