The ELG held its fall meeting in Paris (France) at JEANTET on Friday 26th October 2018. 

A conference was organized at Jeantet's premises on "Hot topics in Energy in France and Morocco" with the following speakers: 

  • Mohamed ALI KHELIL CHAREF, JEANTET, Casablanca office 
  • Pierre JEREMIE, FRENCH MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, General Directorate for Energy and Climate, Electricity Markets Unit 
  • Jean PAPIAS, TOTAL, Legal Director - International Affairs
  • Lionel LE MAUX, Co-founder at EVERGAZ and ACQUA
  • Moderator: Thierry LAURIOL

The Group attended a dinner cruise on the Seine River .

 

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The ELG celebrated its 25th anniversary during its spring meeting held in Dublin (Ireland) at Arthur Cox on Friday 27th April 2018. 

The Group has the opportunity to visit the Covanta Plant of Dublin, and attended a gala dinner at the Royal College of Physicians.

 

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On 22 September 2017, the ELG held its 5th Energy Event at the Royal Castle in Warsaw (Poland).

The Energy Event brought together leading energy industry practitioners, regulators, bankers and lawyers from all over Europe and Arab countries who will attend to discuss some of the industry’s most compelling issues in a private and secluded environment.

  • Workshop 1: Renewables
  • Workshop 2: Energy Storage
  • Workshop 3: Pipelines and Gas Trading
  • Workshop 4: Energy and Mining Hot Topics in Africa and MENA
  • Workshop 5: Clean Energy Package

 

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The Group held its spring meeting in Amman (Jordan) at Ali Sharif Zu'bi Advocates and Legal Consultants on Saturday 29th April 2017.

During the public session, Ali Sharif Zu’bi introduced the meeting by presenting challenges for Jordan in energy sectors.

Then, the following presentations were made by:

  • H.E. Dr Ibrahim SAIF, Minister of Energy & Mineral Ressources of Jordan
  • H.E. Dr Khaled TOUKAN, Chairman of Jordan Energy Commission on "Jordan's Nuclear Energy Strategy: Meeting Domestic Challenges"

 

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The Group held its latest meeting in Sofia/Bulgaria at Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov & Velichkov on Friday 28th October 2016.

During the public session, the ELG’s members visited Aurubis’s site near Sofia and Mr. Georgi Nikolov, General Secretary of Aurubis Bulgaria AD presented the company and the copper market.

Aurubis, a leading copper producer and the largest copper recycler worldwide, was founded in 1866 and produces high-quality copper from copper concentrates and recycling materials and processes it into intermediate products. The copper market is in expansion: in 1980 the market volume was about 9 million tons, whereas today the quantity of refined copper produced and processed is roughly 22 million tons. Asia has become the main drive of the growth in copper demand. Europe remains an important center of global copper demand, with a consumption of about 3.6 million tons of copper. Due to its material properties (notably its excellent electrical and thermal conductivity), copper is ideally suited for use in electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. 

   

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