Energy Trading CSEE 2015

A session at Energy Trading CSEE 2015

Energy Trading Central & South Eastern Europe 2015 celebrates its 16th anniversary, establishing itself as the number 1 networking place for energy traders. Last year ETCSEE brought together 425+ senior-level trading experts, of which >60% represented trading firm or utilities. The ETCSEE conference aims to explore trading opportunities within and outside national borders, and to stimulate the debate around the region's most pressing issues.

The platform for energy traders in the CEE and SEE region will be held in Hungary's beautiful capital Budapest - recognised as an important hub for trading and it is conveniently located for the attendees.

Besides our sponsors and speakers, we are cooperating with a whole host of partners to help realise our ambitions. Major players such as the Hungarian Traders' Association are supporting the event, and as always we can count on the invaluable support of EFET as main endorser of the event.

Having absorbed the ideas and constructive feedback from last year's trading professionals, we are working hard to bring you another 'not-to-be-missed' edition with a level of quality and expertise no other event in the region can!

Standard Rate: EUR 1499
Corporate Plan 3p: EUR 3499

Speakers: Aleksandar Mijušković, CAO SEE; András Aradszki, Minister of State for Energy Aff airs Hungarian Ministry of National Development; Andrea Siri, Edison Trading; Alexandra Psyrri, FO Public Power Corporation; Alparslan Bayraktar, Commissioner EMRA; Balázs Tatár, FGSZ Natural Gas Transmission; Benedikt Messner, Enerjisa; Bernhard Painz, E-Control; Birgit Kunze, Correggio Consulting; Burak Guler, EFET; Doug Wood, EFET; Eser Özdil, Petform; Falko Thormeier, VNG; Giuseppina Squicciarini, Shell; Gottfried Steiner, Central European Gas Hub; Jan Ingwersen, Entsog; Vladimir Djordevic, N4T; Zbynek Boldis, CEPS

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Date Wed 17th June 2015

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