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Hosted by the Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) of Turkey


Co-organized with the Turkish Energy Summit (TES)


Regional Energy – Global Synergy

The 9th Turkey Energy Summit will be jointly held with 17th ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference bringing together energy companies, regulatory organizations, professionals, investors, government representatives, public organizations and industry associations from Turkey and from ERRA member countries – primarily from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the United States of America. The union of the two prestigious events is likely to result in new standards in interregional conferences and offers unique opportunities both for participants and sponsors.


Special this year:

  • The Conference will be organised in parallel with the Turkish Energy Summit with a joint opening session. For reference purposes please visit: http://turkeyenergysummit.com/tes/en/index.html
  • Mr. Fatih Dönmez, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of Turkey is invited to open the Conference 
  • Conference participants will have access to 2 conferences for one registration fee
  • High-level presentations on the current status of the Turkish energy sector
  • Poster presentations of ERRA’s Regulatory Research Project
  • Networking opportunity with over 600 players of the Turkish energy sector, a total of 800 participants
  • Conference participants will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition area, where dozens of companies will be represented and learn more about sponsors’ activities
  • Pre-conference social event titled “Turkish Energy Summit Golf Cup”. Beginners and amateur golf lovers will also find a chance to enjoy trainings.

Conference themes:

  • Current status of the Turkish energy sector
  • Empowered customers: regulator’s role in improving demand-side dynamics
  • Emerging trends in Gas Policy – perspectives for regional and global markets
  • Enhancing security of supply under transitional market conditions

The Conference is: 

  • A flagship event in interregional energy regulatory conferences
  • An excellent opportunity for a dialogue between the regulators and other stakeholders of the energy industry
  • An outstanding occasion for exchange of ideas with high-level energy regulators of the ERRA regions
  • A truly professional event, focusing on the latest regional issues, trends and developments in the energy industry

2in1 opportunity for sponsors:

  • By sponsoring the ERRA Conference, you become the sponsor of the Turkish Energy Summit as well!
  • This year you can book a sponsor stand as well and increase the promotional value of your sponsorship in front of altogether 800+ delegates
  • Double your visibility and book your sponsor seat now! Please contact the ERRA Secretariat (gro.t1534642714enarr1534642714e@tai1534642714rater1534642714ces1534642714) in case of sponsorship interest or further inquiries!

Conference Abstracts:

Purpose

The purpose of Abstracts and Posters within the ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference is to present new and ongoing research in the energy sector, particularly related to energy regulation and development of energy markets.

Potential Candidates

This Call is open to researchers, students, professors, regulators, industry representatives and experts involved with energy regulation or energy markets.

Time-line of the Conference Abstract Process

  • March 01, 2018: Publication of the Call for Conference Abstracts with the conditions, the proposed topics
  • May 21, 2018: Deadline for the submission of the Abstracts
  • September 03, 2018: Publication of results
  • October 9-10, 2018: Presentation during the 17th ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference and Poster Exhibition

For more information please visit: https://erranet.org/knowledge-base/conference-abstracts/ 

Registration Fee

  Early Bird
(until September 9)
Full Rate
(after September 9)
Non-Member Participant: (1)  EUR 700 EUR 800
ERRA Member: (1) (2) EUR 300 EUR 400
Government Agency: (1) (3) EUR 400 EUR 500
ERRA Full Member: (1) (4)  WAIVED!
Participants registered for the TES conference: (5) EUR 300 EUR 400
Spouse Participant(6)   EUR 50
 

1) Includes admission to all ERRA and TES Conference sessions, Golf Cup Tournament, ERRA gala dinner and ERRA сonference presentations, but excludes accommodation.

2) Reduced registration for participants from ERRA Members.

3) Reduced registration for participants from governmental agencies and non-member energy regulators.

 4) Up to 3 representatives of registered Full Members of ERRA! For additional representatives the reduced ERRA Member rate will be applied. 

5) Available exclusively to registered TES conference participants. Includes admission to all ERRA Conference sessions, ERRA gala dinner and ERRA сonference presentations, but excludes accommodation.

6) Includes admission to the Golf Cup Tournament and Gala Dinner only! 

Conference location

Belek-Antalya

Turkey

Regnum Carya Golf And Spa Resort

Address: Kadriye Bölgesi, Üçkum Tepesi Mevkii, Belek-Antalya

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  • CANCELLATION POLICY AND REFUND

    Refunds of registration fees, less Euro 100 administrative charge, will be applied to written cancellation requests received before September 9, 2018. No refunds will be given for cancellation requests received after September 9, 2018. Name changes requested before September 9, 2018 are accepted at no charge. After September 9, 2018, name changes are accepted at a charge of Euro 50.  All refunds will be processed only after the conference closing date. 


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OPENING CEREMONY (JOINT with TES)

08:30

Registration and Coffee

09:30

Introductory Remarks

Karahan, Mustafa

9th Turkish Energy Summit ChairTurkey

▪ Sponsors’ Remarks
10:00

Keynote Address

Elitas, Mustafa

President of the Committee on Industry, Trade, Energy, Natural Resources, Information and Technology, The Grand National Assembly of Turkey

Ots, Märt

Chairman, Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA);, Director General, Estonian Competition Authority, Estonia

Yılmaz, Mustafa

President, Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA), Turkey

SESSION I: CURRENT STATUS OF THE TURKISH ENERGY SECTOR (JOINT with TES)

11:00

Current Status of the Turkish Energy Sector

The Honorable Fatih Dönmez

Minister of Energy and Natural ResourcesTurkey

12:15

Lunch

SESSION II – EMPOWERED CUSTOMERS: REGULATOR’S ROLE IN IMPROVING DEMAND-SIDE DYNAMICS

14:00

Moderator

TBD
14:10

Presentation: Regulatory practices and experiences with demand side response programs in the US

Finley, Edward S.

Chairman, North Carolina Utilities Commission;, First Vice President, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), USA

14:30

Presentation: The Role of Association "NP Market Council" in Support of New Technology Development in Russian Wholesale Energy Market

• Association “NP Market Council”, Russia
14:50

Presentation: Innovation affecting regulators such as e-mobility, digitalization, energy storage and blockchain

• Kristian Ruby, Secretary General, Eurelectric (Invited)
15:10

Presentation: The impact of evolving regulatory frameworks for the DSOs

Rinaldi, Rafael

Head of EU/Transnational subsidized programs, ENEL Global Infrastructures and Networks, Italy

15:30

Q&A with the Audience

15:45

Coffee break

16:15

Panel Discussion: Empowered Customers: Regulator’s Role in Improving Demand-Side Dynamics

Moderator:

TBD

Panel Members:

Serrano, Jesús

Commissioner, Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), Mexico

• Afsin Burak Bostanci, Energy Expert, Energy Market Regulatory Authority, Turkey (Invited)
• Vitaly Korolev, Deputy Head, Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS Russia), Russian Federation (Invited)
17:15

Q&A with the Audience

17:30

Session Concludes

20:00

Conference Dinner

SESSION III – EMERGING TRENDS IN GAS POLICY - PERSPECTIVES FOR REGIONAL AND GLOBAL MARKETS

09:00

Moderator

Gulefsan Demirbas, Department Head, Strategy Development Department, Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA), Turkey; Head of ICER’s Virtual Working Group 2: Gas and Other Fuel (invited)
09:10

Presentation: Future role of gas (from a regulatory perspective)

Petrov, Konstantin

Managing Consultant, DNV GL - Energy, Germany

09:30

Presentation: Effects of increased LNG availability

• Davide Rubini, Regulatory Manager for SEE, Shell, UK (Invited)
09:50

Presentation: Euro-Mediterranean gas markets: Emerging trends and perspectives

Özkoc, Hasan

Assistant Secretary General, MEDREG

10:10

Presentation: Baltic Regional Gas Markets

Šņuka, Rota

Commissioner, Public Utilities Commission, Latvia

10:30

Q&A with the Audience

10:45

Coffee break

11:15

Panel Discussion: Emerging Trends in Gas Policy - Perspectives for Regional and Global Markets

Moderator:

Drinkwater, Matt

Senior Editor for Electricity, Gas and LNG, Argus

Panel Members:

Camcı, Aziz

Chairman, Petform, Turkey

Satimov, Arman

Advisor to the Chairman, KAZENERGY

Thomadakis, Michael

Director of the Energy Sector, Grant Thornton, Greece

Vištica, Nikola

Member of the Board of Commissioners, Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency, Croatia

12:30

Q&A with the Audience

12:45

Lunch

SESSION IV – ENHANCING SECURITY OF SUPPLY UNDER TRANSITIONAL MARKET CONDITIONS

14:00

Moderator

TBD
14:10

Presentation: The role of new power exchanges and market coupling to enhance security of supply

• Hans-Arild Bredesen, CEO, Nordpool (Invited)
14:30

Presentation: TBD

• TBD
14:50

Abstract Presentation: ECRA’s Regulatory Approach to Maintaining Security of Supply

• Representative of the Electricity and Co-Generation Regulatory Authority (ECRA), Saudi Arabia
15:10

Presentation: Competitiveness of renewables, pace of development in renewable technologies. How new technologies can help managing risks stemming from intermittency of renewables?

• Adnan Z. Amin, Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) (Invited)
15:30

Q&A with the Audience

15:45

Coffee break

16:15

Panel Discussion: Enhancing Security of Supply under Transitional Market Conditions

Moderator:

Finger, Matthias

Professor, Lausanne Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland

Panel Members:

Ertürk, Mehmet

Former EMRA Vice President;, General Manager, Cayirhan Electricity Generation & Mining Co., Turkey

Pangani, Giorgi

Commissioner, Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission, Georgia;, President, Energy Community Regulatory Board (ECRB)

• Maria Manicuta, Director General, Network Access and Authorisation Department /Electricity, Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE), Romania; ERRA Presidium Member (invited)
17:15

Q&A with the Audience

17:30

Conference Concluding Remarks

Ots, Märt

Chairman, Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA);, Director General, Estonian Competition Authority, Estonia

Keynote Speakers

Elitas, Mustafa

President of the Committee on Industry, Trade, Energy, Natural Resources, Information and Technology, The Grand National Assembly of Turkey

Karahan, Mustafa

9th Turkish Energy Summit ChairTurkey

Ots, Märt

Chairman, Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA);, Director General, Estonian Competition Authority, Estonia

The Honorable Fatih Dönmez

Minister of Energy and Natural ResourcesTurkey

Yılmaz, Mustafa

President, Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA), Turkey


Other Speakers

Camcı, Aziz

Chairman, Petform, Turkey

Drinkwater, Matt

Senior Editor for Electricity, Gas and LNG, Argus

Ertürk, Mehmet

Former EMRA Vice President;, General Manager, Cayirhan Electricity Generation & Mining Co., Turkey

Finger, Matthias

Professor, Lausanne Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Switzerland

Finley, Edward S.

Chairman, North Carolina Utilities Commission;, First Vice President, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), USA

Özkoc, Hasan

Assistant Secretary General, MEDREG

Pangani, Giorgi

Commissioner, Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission, Georgia;, President, Energy Community Regulatory Board (ECRB)

Petrov, Konstantin

Managing Consultant, DNV GL - Energy, Germany

Rinaldi, Rafael

Head of EU/Transnational subsidized programs, ENEL Global Infrastructures and Networks, Italy

Satimov, Arman

Advisor to the Chairman, KAZENERGY

Serrano, Jesús

Commissioner, Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), Mexico

Šņuka, Rota

Commissioner, Public Utilities Commission, Latvia

Thomadakis, Michael

Director of the Energy Sector, Grant Thornton, Greece

Vištica, Nikola

Member of the Board of Commissioners, Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency, Croatia

2in1 opportunity for sponsors:

By sponsoring the ERRA Conference, you become the sponsor of the Turkish Energy Summit as well!

This year you can book a sponsor stand as well and increase the promotional value of your sponsorship in front of altogether 800+ delegates

Double your visibility and book your sponsor seat now! Please contact the ERRA Secretariat (gro.t1534642714enarr1534642714e@tai1534642714rater1534642714ces1534642714) in case of sponsorship interest or further inquiries!


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Registration for sponsors is now open!

The ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference provides access to an international group of regulators, utilities, network companies and other stakeholders in the field of energy.

Sponsorship is an easy and affordable way to promote your company and its achievements to a targeted professional audience while supporting the continued development in the field of energy regulation and ERRA. If ERRA’s vision, mission and values are in alignment with yours, we encourage you to contact us to explore the possibilities of becoming a conference sponsor or supporter.

Deadline for applying as a sponsor: September 17, 2018

Sponsorship categories are grouped in the following way:

  • Platinum level sponsors in value of 30,000 EUR;
  • Golden level sponsors in value of 15,000 EUR;
  • Silver level sponsors in value of 7,500 EUR;
  • Conference supply sponsors in value of 5,000 EUR
    • Photographs during the Conference
    • Notepad and pen
    • Speaker gift – SOLD
    • Flower decoration 

Academia Patronage

Sponsorship of participation of minimum 3 postgraduate students or young researchers in the Conference in the value of 3000 EUR (1000 EUR/person). Sponsorship covers registration fee only, excluding travel and accommodation costs. Students and researchers could be selected by the Patron (in this case they should certify officially their studies) or suggested by ERRA. Selecting this opportunity, your company will be displayed as a Patron on the Conference website, printed brochure, and other printed conference materials, separated from Conference sponsors.  ERRA will have the option to ask selected student(s) to write a short blog post (approximately 500 words about the conference upon completion or during the event). Details of the patronage can be subject to individual discussion. Please contact ERRA Secretariat for further information.

For more information please refer to >>> Sponsor opportunities

 


DIAMOND SPONSORS


Turkey Energy Summit has been organised annually since 2010 by Enerji Fuarcilik Inc. in a variant city of Turkey. The summit being an important and established communication platform  that gathers the most distinguished representatives from politics, administration, and the private sector to discuss economic issues and environmental policies.  Also, brings the entire energy sector together creating an ambience for discussions on current subjects between the delegates. Having a unique exhibition area for the companies to present products and new technologies, it is carried out with the participation of important guests in renewable energy and nuclear power fields, particularly in electricity and natural gas industries and successfully continuing to grow each year.

Organised under the auspices and support of the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, The Turkey Energy Summit is an excellent communication platform where the legal deposits and regulations are adjusted to a free market model in the country’s renewable energy, electricity and natural gas industries that are made to attract both domestic and foreign investors.

Turkey Energy Summit also delivers achievement awards. Golden Voltage and Golden Valve awards by Gas&Power Network and Green Power newspapers and Golden Barrel and Golden Bottle awards are presented by Energy Petrol Gas newspapers during the gala dinner organised within the scope of Turkey Energy Summit. The awards are given in order to encourage the companies, operating in the energy industry to carry out social responsibility projects.

http://turkeyenergysummit.com


State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) is one of the largest oil companies in the world. SOCAR was established by the Presidential Decree on 13 September 1992 (by merging two state oil companies – Azerneft and Azneftkimiya) in accordance with Azerbaijani legislation and is domiciled in the Republic of Azerbaijan. In order to improve its operational efficiency based on the wise and successful state policy and oil strategy started by national leader of Azeri people – Heydar Aliyev, SOCAR has been restructured several times and is now comprised of 26 business units (“Azneft” Production Union, „Azerigas” PU, „Azerikimya” PU, Geophysics and Geology department, Investments department, Oil Pipelines Department, H. Aliyev Baku Oil Refinery, H. Aliyev Baku Deep Water Jacket Factory, Marketing and Operations Department, Security Department, Social Development Department, Environmental department, IT and Communications Department, Gas export department, Oil and Gas Construction Trust, Complex Drilling Works Trust, Oil and Gas Scientific-researches and projects Institute Institute, Oil and Gas Petrochemical Complex,  etc) dealing with their particular areas of business. SOCAR and the business units are involved in upstream, midstream and downstream operations. SOCAR’s main functions pertain to managing the extraction, refining, transportation of oil, gas and gas condensates, and sale of gas and oil and gas products.

SOCAR is 100 per cent owned by the government of the Republic of Azerbaijan. SOCAR satisfies the Republic’s internal demand for the oil and oil products. For implementation of all above mentioned works SOCAR employs high level specialists and has special education programme, according to which young talented students are educated abroad with subsequent employment at SOCAR. Risk management has been successfully introduced in the company and is being implemented in almost all business units. There are 18 oil deposits in the Azerbaijani sector of the Caspian Sea, the rest are onshore. Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan, Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline, South Caucasus gas pipeline (also known as Baku-Tbilisi-Erzurum) are major pipelines providing stable flow of Azeri oil and gas and delivering it to European markets. In general it must be mentioned that first oil wells in the world were drilled using technology in the Republic of Azerbaijan in Bibiheybat oil field in 1847. In 1901 Azerbaijan was on the first place in the world while producing 11.5 mln tons of oil. Azerbaijan’s oil extraction has reached a historic record volume of 23.5 mln tons of oil in 1941, comprising 71.4% of former Soviet Union’s oil. SOCAR has signed up to 34 production sharing agreements up to now with various foreign oil and gas companiesthe largest of such agreements being production sharing agreement on joint development of Azeri, Chirag and Gunashli (deep water section) fields signed on 20 September 1994 (so called “Contract of the Century”). Currently SOCAR employs more than 50,000 people.

www.socar.az


 

Nr. Country First Name Last Name Organization Job Title
1AzerbaijanVusalAbbasovSOCARHead of Joint Projects Department
2LithuaniaVilmaAdamavičiūtėNational Commission for Energy Control and Prices (NCC)Director of Law Department
3AzerbaijanSamirAkhundovAzerbaijan Energy Regulatory Agency (AERA)Chairman
4KyrgyzstanAinuraAkmatovaState Agency for Regulation of Fuel and Energy Complex at the Government of Kyrgyz RepublicHead of Department of Human Resource Management and Document Management
5OmanAbdulwahhabAl HinaiAuthority for Electricity Regulation (AER)Director of Licensing and Legal Affairs
6Saudi ArabiaAbdullahAl-ShehriElectricity & Cogeneration Regulatory Authority (ECRA)Governor
7Saudi ArabiaShareefAlbarakElectricity & Cogeneration Regulatory Authority (ECRA)Electrical Engineer
8AzerbaijanSadigAliyevTariff (Price) CouncilDeputy Head of Secretariat (Deputy Head of Administration)
9LatviaIngaBalabkinaPublic Utilities Commission (PUC)Head of Energy Division, Legal Department
10GhanaOumarBangouraECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)Principal Legal Expert
11SlovakiaLadislavBarkociNAFTA a.s.Director of Sales & Marketing Section
12SlovakiaMartinBartošovičNAFTA a.s.CEO
13KyrgyzstanLorinaBegalievaState Agency for Regulation of Fuel and Energy Complex at the Government of Kyrgyz RepublicHead of Financial Provision and International Cooperetion Division
14HungaryArdianBerishaEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)ERRA Regulatory Specialist
15Bosnia and HerzegovinaJasminBesoRegulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FERK)President
16MacedoniaMarkoBislimoskiEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)President
17GhanaHonoréBoglerECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)Chairman
18BhutanNima TsheringCBhutan Electricity Authority (BEA)Chief Licensing and Technical Officer
19TurkeyAzizCamcıPETFORMChairman
20MoldovaSergiuCiobanuNational Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE)Director
21HungaryKrisztinaCsomborEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)Program Manager
22GhanaHaliruDikkoECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA)Council Member
23MacedoniaJulijanaDimoska IsajlovskaEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Deputy Head of Department for Natural Gas, Liquid Fuel and District Heating
24BhutanMr.DorjiBhutan Electricity Authority (BEA)Chief
25United Kingdom (UK)MattDrinkwaterArgus MediaSenior Editor - Power, Gas and LNG
26MacedoniaEnverElmaziEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Commissioner
27HungaryValériaFarkasEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)Senior Program Manager
28SwitzerlandMatthiasFingerLausanne Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)Professor
29United States (US)EdwardFinleyNorth Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC)Chairman
30AzerbaijanAnvarGasimovSOCARDeputy Head of Economic and Accounting Department
31Bosnia and HerzegovinaIgorGlibicRegulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FERK)Head of Tariff and Market Department
32SlovakiaLadislavGorylNAFTA a.s.Underground Gas Storage Division
33TurkeyMustafaGozenEnergy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA)Head of Group for Market Monitoring and Legislation
34United States (US)ErinHammelNational Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)Director, International Programs
35KosovoSelmanHotiEnergy Regulatory Office (ERO)Board Member
36LatviaRolandsIrklisPublic Utilities Commission (PUC)Chairman
37MacedoniaSvetlanaJanevskaEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Commissioner
38Bosnia and HerzegovinaAleksandarJegdicRegulatory Commission for Energy of Republika Srpska (RERS)Chief of Staff
39LatviaViestursKadikisPublic Utilities Commission (PUC)Head of Tariff and Infrastructure Division, Energy Department
40HungaryKrisztinaKaszaEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)Head of Secretariat
41CameroonJean PierreKedi Electricity Sector Regulatory Agency (ARSEL)General Manager
42HungaryCintiaKerekEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)Program Assistant
43AzerbaijanJeyhunKhudiyevTariff (Price) CouncilDeputy Head Department of Law, Human Resources and Organizational Affairs
44MacedoniaEvgenijaKiprovskaEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Head of Economic Department
45HungaryAnikóKissEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)Senior Program Manager
46RussiaVitalyKorolevFederal Antimonopoly Service (FAS Russia)Deputy Head
47RomaniaIonLunguRomanian Energy Suppliers Association (AFEER)President
48LatviaLijaMakarePublic Utilities Commission (PUC)Head of International Relations
49EstoniaTiinaMaldreEstonian Competition Authority (ECA)Adviser of Department of Energy and Postal Communications
50RomaniaMariaManicutaRomanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)Director General
51RomaniaOtiliaMarinRomanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)Director General
52CameroonPhilippeMbeleElectricity Sector Regulatory Agency (ARSEL)Sud-Director of Tariff Control
53GeorgiaMaiaMelikidzeGeorgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC)Commissioner
54RomaniaZoltanNagy BegeRomanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)Vice-President
55EstoniaHelikoNavaEstonian Competition Authority (ECA)Senior Analyst
56MacedoniaAndrijanaNelkova-ChuchukEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Deputy Head of Economic Department
57Bosnia and HerzegovinaMonijaNogulićRegulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FERK)Power Distribution and Supply Analyst
58HungaryAttilaNyikosHungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA)Vice President for International Affairs
59GeorgiaAnaOnashviliGeorgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC)Chief Specialist of International Department
60MacedoniaPancheOrcevEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Commissioner
61BulgariaRemziOsmanEnergy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC)Commissioner
62EstoniaMärtOtsEstonian Competition Authority (ECA)Director General
63GeorgiaGiorgiPanganiGeorgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (GNERC)Commissioner
64MoldovaGhenadiePartuNational Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE)Director
65Bosnia and HerzegovinaNikolaPejicState Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC)Commissioner
66KosovoPetritPepajEnergy Regulatory Office (ERO)Managing Director
67LithuaniaRenatasPociusNational Commission for Energy Control and Prices (NCC)Member of the Commission
68Bosnia and HerzegovinaSanelaPokrajcicRegulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FERK)Commissioner
69MacedoniaKushtrimRamadaniEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Vice President
70KosovoIzetRushitiEnergy Regulatory Office (ERO)Board Member
71HungaryAndreaRáczEnergy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA)Office Manager
72PakistanTariqSaddozaiNational Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA)Chairman
73KosovoBesimSejfijajEnergy Regulatory Office (ERO)Board Member
74MexicoJesusSerrano LanderosEnergy Regulatory Commission (CRE)Commissioner
75LatviaRotaSnukaPublic Utilities Commission (PUC)Board Member
76RomaniaHenorelSoreataRomanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)Vice President
77Bosnia and HerzegovinaMileSrdanovicRegulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FERK)Commissioner
78HungaryÉvaSzolnokiHungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA)Head of Security
79RomaniaAlinaTacheRomanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)Director
80GreeceMichaelThomadakisGrant ThorntonDirector
81HungaryPéterTileschHungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA)Head of Department
82MacedoniaAtanskoTuneskiEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Commissioner
83Bosnia and HerzegovinaMiloradTusevljakState Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC)Chairman
84HungaryFanniTölgyessyHungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA)Legal Counsel
85EstoniaMaarjaUulitsEstonian Competition Authority (ECA)Head of External and Public Relations Department
86MacedoniaNatashaVeljanovskaEnergy Regulatory Commission (ERC)Commissioner
87MoldovaTatianaVieruNational Energy Regulatory Agency (ANRE)Chief of Licensing Division
88CroatiaNikolaVisticaCroatian Energy Regulatory Agency (HERA)Member of the Board of Commissioners
89Bosnia and HerzegovinaVladislavVladicicRegulatory Commission for Energy of Republika Srpska (RERS)President
90BulgariaVladkoVladimirovEnergy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC)Commissioner
91RomaniaSilviaVlasceanuRomanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)Member of the Advisory Committee
92BhutanThuktenWangmoBhutan Electricity Authority (BEA)Chief, Monitoring Division
93United States (US)GregWhiteNational Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)Executive Director
94BulgariaAleksandarYordanovEnergy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC)Commissioner
95Bosnia and HerzegovinaSuadZeljkovicState Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC)Commissioner
96LithuaniaIngaŽilienėNational Commission for Energy Control and Prices (NCC)Chair

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Hotel and Venue Information

The ERRA Conferece will take place at:

Regnum Carya Golf And Spa Resort

Address: Kadriye Bölgesi, Üçkum Tepesi Mevkii, Belek-Antalya
Tel.+90 (242) 710 34 34 
Web: http://www.regnumhotels.com/en/default.html 

Accommodation

ERRA Conference Delegates are offered accommodation with all inclusive rate at:

  • Xanadu High Class Resort: EUR 130 + 18% VAT. Delegates will be provided with shuttle service in between Xanadu High Class Resort and the Conference Venue. Limited number of rooms, please make your booking early!
  • Regnum Carya Golf And Spa Resort: EUR 212,5 + 18% VAT (Kindly note that the Hotel can accept bookings with check-out on October 10!)

(The rate includes among others breakfast, lunch, dinner, beach use, all local beverages, snack restaurants, business center, turkish bath, sauna, steam room, fitness center.)

If you would like to use this special rate, please make your reservation as soon as possible. We have limited capacity and reservations are accepted on a first come first served basis. Due to a public holiday it will not be possible to communicate with our Turkish counterparts between 16-29 August. Therefore we suggest that you arrange your accommodation prior to the Turkish holiday season.

Booking process:

ERRA Conference delegates will book and pay their accommodation through TES directly. Contact details and separate room reservation form for booking purposes will be provided to registered conference delegates only. 

Payment is possible via bank transfer and credit card. Cash payments will not be accepted.   


Official Airline of the Conference

Turkish Airlines is the official airline of 17th ERRA Energy Investment and Regulation Conference and special discounts are offered on certain booking classes. In order to proceed with the online booking tool for Turkish Conventions please visit the Turkish Conventions website https://www4.thy.com/TKC/app/main?language=en and use the event code 135TKM18 under delegate section.


Airport Transfer

TES will provide airport shuttle services to all registered ERRA participants, which is included in the registration fee. In case delegates wish to enjoy an individual airport transfer service, please let TES know, they will be happy to provide you with an offer. 


Visa Information

However, most countries are excempt from visa requirements, please verify whether you need a visa to enter Turkey here: https://www.evisa.gov.tr/en/apply/ In case you need a visa, an e-Visa can be purchased within about 3 minutes through the above page. It is possible to obtain e-Visa 7/24 at everywhere with internet connection. The applicants can obtain their visa after they fill in the necessary information concerning their identity, passport and travel dates and pay visa fee online. 

For additional information please visit: http://www.mfa.gov.tr/visa-information-for-foreigners.en.mfa 

In case you need any assistance, please contact the ERRA Secretariat. 


Conference Timetable

Time Event Location
Monday, October 8

TBD

Conference Registration
Please stop by the registration desk and receive your conference materials and nametag, which will allow you to enter all Conference functions.
TBD

TBD

Turkish Energy Summit Golf Cup TBD
Tuesday, October 9
TBD Conference Registration
Please stop by the registration desk and receive your conference materials and nametag, which will allow you to enter all Conference functions.
TBD
All day 17th Energy Investment & Regulation Conference

Regnum Carya Golf and Spa Resort

TBD Conference Gala Dinner

TBD

Wednesday, October 10

TBD

Conference Registration
Please stop by the registration desk and receive your conference materials and nametag, which will allow you to enter all Conference functions.
TBD
All day 17th Energy Investment & Regulation Conference Regnum Carya Golf and Spa Resort

Thursday, October 11

All day

ERRA Concurrent Meetings:

  • Chairmen
  • Licensing/Competition and
  • Tariff/Pricing Committees

Available for ERRA Members only!

Xanadu High Class Resort

Friday, October 12

All day

ERRA Concurrent Meetings:

  • Licensing/Competition and
  • Tariff/Pricing Committees

Available for ERRA Members only!

Xanadu High Class Resort

Badge

Upon registering you will receive your Conference kit in which you will find your Name Badge. You are kindly asked to wear your badge during all Conference sessions and events. Please note that your badge will allow you to enter the sessions of the 9th Turkish Energy Summit .)

Languages

Official languages of the conference are English and Turkish, all sessions will have simultaneous interpretation. 

Conference Presentations

More information will be available at a later stage.

Social Events

Participation in the Social Programmes is available for the registered participants and is included in the registration fee. 

For accompanying persons the social events are available for an extra charge. Registration is possible electronically by sending an email to the ERRA Secretariat or at the Registration Desk during the conference registration hours.

TES GOLF CUP

Date: 8 October, Monday, TBD
Venue: TBD

 

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GALA DINNER

Date: 9 October, Tuesday, TBD
Venue: TBD
Nametags are required for entry!

 

 


About Antalya-Belek

Antalya, pearl of the Mediterranean region, located on Anatolia’s flourishing southwest coast bordered by the Taurus Mountains is the largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast with over one million people in its metropolitan area. Within the wide boundaries of Antalya there is history, natural beauty and a rich variety of local life style to be discovered. As the fourth most visited city in the world, Antalya is one of the world’s foremost tourism destinations.

Belek is a resort town in Antalya Province, located at a 35 km distance from the city of Antalya and a developing golf center, surrounded by pine and eucaliptus forests. The Kurşunlu Waterfall, the Hellenistic city of Perge and the unique Aspendos amphitheatre are the top sights to be visited near Belek.


Conference Brochure

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Conference location

Belek-Antalya

Turkey

Regnum Carya Golf And Spa Resort

Address: Kadriye Bölgesi, Üçkum Tepesi Mevkii, Belek-Antalya

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