Next up is ZF Power Summit 2023, February 21-23. Europe and Romania survived this winter, but what will the winter of 2023 look like in the total absence of Russian gas? Find out at the ZF Power Summit 2023

Next up is ZF Power Summit 2023, February 21-23. Europe and Romania survived this winter, but what will the winter of 2023 look like in the total absence of Russian gas? Find out at the ZF Power Summit 2023
Next up is ZF Power Summit 2023, February 21-23. Europe and Romania survived this winter, but what will the winter of 2023 look like in the total absence of Russian gas? Find out at the ZF Power Summit 2023

Eric Stab, president and CEO of ENGIE Romania.

♦ Eric Stab, president & CEO of ENGIE Romania, one of the most powerful executives in the local energy field, is participating in the ZF Power Summit 2023 to present the strategy and vision of a strategic investor in Romanian energy.

On January 22, the degree of filling for gas deposits at the European level was 77%, a historical level in the context where on the same day last year the degree of filling was only 42%. With an unusually warm winter and with the massive decrease in consumption in some cases, such as that of industry in Romania, Europe now seems saved from what could be a very complicated winter in the absence of Russian gas.

But what will happen in the winter of 2023, assuming that Russian gas is completely out of the equation? The reservoirs are now full of historically expensive Russian gas, but when they run out what alternative sources will fill them? How will the historical price of gas from last summer affect this year’s bills? Romania had the most dramatic drop in gas consumption at the industrial level, although it is the second largest producer in the EU. Where did he go wrong? What are the big regional projects that must happen for the stability of Romania’s and the Union’s supply? The energy transition also implies an industrial revolution. How should Romania prepare for this phenomenon? How can it gain jobs and investment from this process?

Eric Stab, president & CEO of ENGIE Romania, one of the most powerful executives in the local energy field, is participating in the ZF Power Summit 2023 to present the strategy and vision of a strategic investor in energy in Romania.

ZF Power Summit, the reference event of the Financial Newspaper dedicated exclusively to the energy sector, reaches its 12th edition in 2023, the current energy context being the strongest reason to transform the debates into a regional communication platform with impact at the level European.

The event will take place between February 21-23, in Bucharest, ZF Power Summit assuming in 2023 the objective of bringing to the discussion table decision-makers, business leaders, experts, financiers and local, regional and European innovators. The theme of this edition is: Romania, the region, the Union: Investment directions and regional strategic projects that will redefine the European energy sector.

To answer the hottest questions in the energy field, this year ZF extended the invitation to regional authorities and players, structuring the event over three days, each with a different theme.

Thus, day 1, February 21, is dedicated to the region and the understanding of projects that can contribute to the energy stability of the European bloc. The second day, February 22, is entirely dedicated to green energy and prosumers, and the last day of the ZF Power Summit brings to the fore the theme of the industrial revolution generated by the energy transition, the opportunities for Romania, but also the risks that come with this historical transformation .

Together with the best specialists, we will try to answer the questions of the day in the energy field.

ZF Power Summit 2023, February 21-12, Bucharest. Three days. All about energy


The article is in Romanian

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