June 02-04, 2021

Live – Online & Interactive

Energy in Today’s Turbulent World

The world is facing an unprecedented situation, unlike anything after WWII. The key characteristics are Uncertainty and the convergence of six mega phenomena:

  1. A Sustained Pandemic: Covid does not seem to abate, 3rd wave, British variant, problematic availability of vaccines
  2. Economics: Huge stimulus sums are being spent but still a bleak forecast for a recovery, outside China
  3. Energy trade: an oil price plunge, to even negative territories, is now followed by uncertainty in demand and volatility in oil/gas prices
  4. International politics: US/China trade war, Russian political frictions with EU, seeking a balance between energy security, economic and environmental goals in times of energy transition
  5. Energy/Environment policies: EU–Green Deal proceeding at full speed, but at the same time China/Asia are ordering new coal plants
  6. Disruptive technologies and emerging challenges: cybersecurity issues arise from increasing digitalization (hacking, terrorism & insurance coverage)

As a result,  some energy subsectors are favored by low-emissions policies: Renewable Energy Sources, Hydrogen of the ‘green’ variety. Nuclear should be favored, due to no carbon emissions, but safety and cost problems exist. Other energy subsectors are challenged: coal, tar sands, oil especially upstream, shale oil. Natural gas is a borderline energy subsector — a transition fuel.

When the Covid-19 factor is superposed, even the subsectors that are  theoretically favored are faced with problems of low demand and supply chain, as well as administrative delays and obstacles to Foreign Direct Investments from specific countries.

Indirectly but increasingly strongly, the energy sector is also affected by the changing attitudes of banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, hedge funds, NGOs etc that are becoming more active in the direction of decarbonization.

In this framework, the decisions of energy producing or consuming companies, are hugely affected. Such decisions Include health and safety, sales, operations, finance/cashflow, risk management/communications, CSR, planning/strategy/energy transition.

All Things Energy Forum at a glance

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The Forum

All Things Energy Forum is an international digital conference, that will engage all the stakeholders in the contemporary energy field in an interactive dialogue. This high -level event will deal with all six mega phenomena in a novel manner, combining different approaches and contemplating interrelated impacts.

The event will span over two and a half days.  The first day (02/06/2021) will host government and industry executives, as well as high-level representatives of international Institutions in two introductory panel discussions:

  • The impact of Covid-19 and the ensuing recession on All Things Energy
  • Is the EU Green Deal a solution to both climate change caused by energy production & consumption and economic recession?


In the next two days  (3-4/06/2021) the conference will host more than 140 speakers in plenary as well asspecialized parallel sessions that will cover all the aspects and challenges of the energy ecosystem. The agenda will not follow the classic lines of supply, demand, policy, technology, finance etc. Instead, a novel combinatorial approach will be used focusing on the links between 1.Epidemics, 2.Economics, 3.Energy trade, 4 International politics 5.Energy/Environment policies and 6. Disruptive Technologies.

Key issues that will be discussed include:

  • New Visions of Energy: Succeeding in a disruptive context
  • New regional perspectives: The role of gas in the transition to a lower carbon economy
  • What major technology breakthroughs are revolutionizing the energy sector
  • Dynamic resilience: Preparing for extreme weather, water stress and cyber risk
  • The business outlook for oil.
  • The outlook for hydrocarbon economies
  • Megaprojects: Global impact and implications
  • Rethinking hydro: Powering tomorrow’s world
  • Driving innovation: The role of governments in the future of energy


Connecting energy suppliers and energy consumers

The Forum creates unique pool where energy consumers and suppliers are connected, regulators, government representatives, customers, institutions collaborate discussing solutions.

Discussing the details of the energy transition

The energy transition is a pathway toward transformation of global energy production and consumption from fossil-based to zero-carbon. At its heart is the need to reduce energy-related CO2 emissions to limit climate change. Renewable energy, green hydrogen and energy efficiency measures can potentially achieve 90% of the required carbon reductions. Nuclear?
Decarbonize energy production from coal/oil/gas to RES and green hydrogen. Nuclear?
Gas, blue hydrogen as transition fuels.
Decarbonize energy consumption in industrial, buildings, transport, agricultural/feedstuff and other uses.
Public attitudes and perceptions. Public policies.

New technologies

Disruptive technologies and emerging challenges: eg cybersecurity issues arise from increasing digitalization [hacking, terrorism and insurance coverage]
So theoretically, some energy subsectors are favored by low-emissions policies: RES; Hydrogen esp. of the ‘green’ variety. Nuclear should be favored [no carbon emissions] but safety and cost problems, maybe small reactors. Energy subsectors that are challenged: coal; tar sands; oil esp. upstream, shale oil. Natural gas, whether conventional or from shale, is a borderline energy subsector – a transition fuel.

The Event in Numbers


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Meet the


Dr Nikolaos Arvanitidis

Economic Geologist, Coordinator of EU mineral resources issues, Geological Survey of Sweden

Guy Auger

Partner at Andera Partners, private equity Paris, France

Conall Bolger

CEO, Irish Solar Energy Association, Ireland

Adrian Borotea

Vice President, The Romanian Wind Energy Association (RWEA), Romania

Dr Constantine Botopoulos

former MEP, former Chairman of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission, GR

Shkëlqim Bozgo

Former member of the Albanian Energy Regulatory Commission, Albania

Bert Jan Bruning

Managing Director, Nedmag, The Netherlands

Prof Pantelis Capros

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the NTUA, Head of E3MLab, GR

Prof Michael Caramanis

Boston Univ, former President of RAE and DEPA, USA

Theodore Chouliaras

BoD President & CEO, UPoilTankers INC, GR

Ionut Cristian Ciubotaru

Vice President for Business Development, OMV Petrom, Romania

Dr Athanasios Dagoumas

President of the Regulatory Authority of Energy, GR

Dr Valentina Dedi

Lead Economist, KBR and Head of Global Operations, GEF, UK

Aleksandar Dedinec

Research Center for Energy & Sustainable Development, Academy of Sciences of North Macedonia

Pranvera Dobruna-Kryeziu

CEO, Energy Legacy L.L.C., Kosovo

Dr Julije Domac

President of the FEDARENE and Special Advisor for Energy and Climate of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Belgium

Johannes Drielsma

Drielsma Resources Europe, Germany

Leo Drollas

Energy economist, specialising in oil and gas, UK

Neven Duic

President, SDEWES Centre, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Tereza Fokianou

President & CEO, Flow Energy & Environmental Operations SA, GR

Christos Folias

Former Minister of Development and MEP, GR

Andreas Gandolfo

Senior Associate, European Power Transition, BloombergNEF, UK

Iva Ganev

Expert in Climate Policy & Strategy, Belgium

Martin Georgiev

Head of Market Bulgaria, Alpiq Energy SE, Switzerland

Kyriakos Gialoglou

Seawind Ocean Technology B.V. Belgium, Director of European Government Affairs, Belgium

Dr Lorenc Gordani

Lawyer of Energy, Tirana Business University, Albania

David Harvey

NuNrg Reformers Ltd., Ireland

Dirk Hendricks

Secretary General, EREF, Belgium

Dennis Hesseling

Head of Gas Department, ACER – Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulatorsöner.jpg

Ralph Kamphöner

Head of Brussels Office & Foreign Trade Dept, Confederation of the German Textile & Fashion Industry, Germany

Nektaria Karakatsani

Energy Regulation Expert, Regulatory Authority of Energy, GR

Ilias D. Karanasis

MSc, Managing Director of SOL SUN SA, owner of

Hans Korteweg

Managing Director, COGEN Europe

Prof Phoebe Koundouri

Athens Univ. of Economics & Business, President Elect EAERE, co-Chair UN SDSN Europe & Greece

George Kremlis

Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on Energy, Climate, Environment & Circular Economy, Honorary Director of the European Commission, GR

Panagiotis Ladakakos

Chairman of ELETAEN/ HWEA, GR

Dimitris Lalas

Senior Advisor, Facets SA

Joe MacDonald

Founder, Design Strategist, Urban A&O Inc, New York, USΑ

Konstantinos Makedos

Chairman of the Board, Attica Bank

Prof Yannis Maniatis

Former Minister of Environment, Energy and Climatic change, GR

Constantine Mavros

CEO, PPC Renewables

Prof Gilbert Metcalf

Tufts Univ, USA, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Environment & Energy, USA

Prof Stephen D. Miller

Eastern New Mexico Univ, USA

Dr Ivan Mitev

Executive Director, Bulgarian Chamber of Mining and Geology, Bulgaria

Irini Nikolaou

Policy Officer, DG Clima, DG Climate Action, European Commission, Belgium

Alex Papageorgiou

Senior Sales Manager, Sales Power Derivatives Southern Europe, European Energy Exchange AG (EEX), Germany

Panagiotis Papastamatiou

Director of ENTEKA Group, Chief Executive Officer, Hellenic Wind Energy Association, ELETAEN

Florian Pennings

Director EU Cybersecurity Policy, Microsoft, Belgium

Charis Plakantonaki

Chief Strategy Officer, Star Bulk Carriers Corp., GR

Ekaterina Popovska

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Andreas Poullikkas

Chairman at Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority, Cyprus

Mark Rachovides

President, Euromines, Belgium

Romain Rard

Counsel, Gide Loyrette Nouel International Law, Belgium

Brian Ricketts

Secretary General, Euracoal, Belgium

Stefan Savonen

Senior Vice President Energy & Climate, LKAB, Sweden

Athanasios Savvakis

President of the Hellenic Energy Exchange, President of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece

Mario Schirru

Chief Operating Officer (COO), Encavis AG, Germany

Alexandra Sdoukou

Secretary General for Energy & Mineral Resources at Ministry for the Environment and Energy, GR

Rikard Skoufias

Chairman BoD Hellenic Hydrocarbon Resources Management, UK

Kostas Skrekas

Minister for the Environment and Energy, GR tbc

Hariram Subramanian

CTO Huawei FusionSolar Smart PV Solution, Europe

Dr Costis Toregas

Director, Cyber Security and Privacy Research Institute, The George Washington Univ, USA

Yannis Tountas

Professor of Social and Preventive Medicine, Univ of Athens, GR tbc

Dionysis Tsitos

General Manager, Volton, GR

Simon Uzunov

Deputy Head of Electricity Unit, Energy Community, North Macedonia

Bram Vanderelst

Head of Uranium, Curzon Resources, UK

Melissa Verykios

Deputy CEO Helbio S.A, GR

Wendy Ye

Eurasia Marine Consultants CO LTD, GR/China

Yiannis Yiarentis

Chairman of BoD and CEO, DAPEEP, GR

Dr Arthouros Zervos

President of REN21, REN21: RENEWABLES NOW!, past President of PPC, France

  • Dr Catherine Banet, Vice Dean Internal Relations, Scandinavian Inst. of Maritime Law, Energy & Resources Law Dept, University of Oslo, Norway
  • Hasan Cerhozi, Head of Product Development – Impact & Sustainable Finance, Vigeo Eiris
  • Jenson Ho, Director, Infrastructure Engineering & Data Center Operations, Pure Storage, USA
  • Alexander Kolb, Investment Manager/Director, Blue Elephant Energy, Germany
  • Filip Kozlowski, Leading Edge Materials, Sweden
  • Alexandros Lagakos, COO, Blue Grid/GM, BlueFuel
  • Rael McNally, Director, Blackrock Real Assets, Infrastructure. Blackrock, USA
  • Grzegorz Pawelec, Research, Innovation and Funding Manager, Hydrogen Europe, Belgium
  • Francis Perrin, Senior Fellow, Policy Center for the New South (PCNS, Rabat), Morocco
  • Rashmi Rao, Industry Manager – Automotive, India at MathWorks Bangalore Urban, Karnataka, India
  • Hector Sanchez Ruiz, Soltec Trackers, Spain
  • Gulmira Rzayeva, Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES), UK
  • Dr. Sofoklis Makridis, Director in Hydrogen Systems Manufacturing Lab, Assoc. Prof.
  • Pieter Scheffers, Project Engineer, Schlumberger
  • Philipp Sinn, CEO, SINN Power
  • Philip Toth, Investment Banker and Professor of Finance and Economics NY, USA
  • Michael Villa, Executive Director smarten, Belgium
  • Maria Yeroyanni, Senior Expert ‘Innovating Cities’, DG for Research & Innovation, European Commission, Belgium
  • BloombergNEF, 3 Representatives from Energy Transition, Corporate Sustainability and Hydrogen teams

** and many more to be announced

Expected Audience


The Forum is addressed to senior executives from companies in energy producing and consuming industries, their government regulators and all associated businesses such as: transport/transmission, distribution, marketing, logistics, terminals, ports, physical trading/importing, energy exchanges & derivatives, raw materials and equipment suppliers, banks (including investment banking and ‘green banking’), insurance and reinsurance, funds & asset managers, investors; ESCOs, smart cities, smart electric grids, smart infrastructure, energy storage: batteries for electric energy and non-battery storage; construction, EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction), installations management re energy, certifying bodies, cybersecurity agencies, R&D centers and software apps/AI/IC tech/collaborative intelligence platforms

It is also addressed to  professionals eg architects, lawyers, accountants, auditors, consultants/ strategists/ analysts and, of course, NGOs and everybody dealing with CSR.

Why should you attend

This live interactive Forum will bring unique insights and vision to the complicated world of “The Energy Revolution”.

Participants from many countries will interact with more than 140 renowned speakers, government officials, business leaders and scientific experts in the fields of the six mega phenomena, via our systems approach that will show the links between them.

Participants can also delve into more specialized issues in panel discussions, one-to-one meetings, offsite events, networking and information exchange.

Becoming a partner in the world’s largest forum:

•  will benefit your business to increase your visibility & credibility
•  raise its brand awareness and recognition
•  interact with brands, access data, analytics, connect with governments & experts
•  share your opinions to the international energy community

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