On February 18-19, in Thessaloniki, dozens of major oil&gas companies gathered to network, listen to successful cases and enjoy Greek hospitality. Among them were noticed National Technical University of Athens, Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE), Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority (CERA), Port Authority of Alexandroupolis, Reganosa, Cepsa Gas Comercializadora S.A., ADNOC, and many others.
The Congress opened with a welcome speech from the Project Director, Natalya Kuznetsova and continued with sessions, dedicated to all key aspects of pipeline transportation, oil&gas trading and supply as well as to oil&gas storage. One of the most intense sessions was the plenary session that comprised discussions about:
Innovations in Construction – Case Studies, presented by Consolidated Contractors Company
The energy transition: implications for the oil and gas industry, presented by DNV GL and
Gas infrastructure development in the Baltic and CEE region – North-South Corridor, presented by Gaz-System S.A.
Delegates said that they mostly came to get new business leads as the Congress had a focus exhibition area with limited competition. The second most common reason to attend was brand promotion and visibility, mostly through sponsorship opportunities.
The MOGC Congress was organized by BGS Group, who is known as the organizer of closed-door congresses in Europe, including AUTOMA Congress, PRC Europe, Exploration and Production Offshore Congress Hub and some more.