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December 7, 2021
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Spring Cocktail 2014 – Forecasts for energy

Around 100 invitees attended on Thursday to the Spring Cocktail 2014 – the top executives’ reunion for the Romanian energy market. The guests discussed the tendencies in the local and regional industry on the background of European change of paradigm and political turmoil in Ukraine. From Vienna University of Economics and Business, Alexander Damev announced a novative instruction MBA program dedicated to the managers in the Romanian energy industry.

The audience was formed mainly of top managers of the main players in Romania, among which John L. Knapp (ExxonMobil), Daniel Rădut (CEZ Romania), Stefan Doru Bucătaru (Transelectrica), Mircea Tarta-Arsene (Honeywell Romania), Gehrig Schultz (Prospectiuni), Richard Prior si Remus Lăzăreanu (Monsson).

They were joined by audit and consultancy officials such as Sorin Faur (BDO) si Valentin Ionescu (Institutul OrdoLiberal), and also lawyers specialized in energy field and managers of companies in the services sector: Radu Simion (Wolf Theiss), Mihaela Sârbu (SGS România), Adrian Marcu (ICAP), Andrei Rădulescu (SSIF Broker).

The evening was opened with launching the energynomics.ro Magazine’s first number in 2014. Another 184 pages, fully bilingual format and attractive design, capturing the trends and essential themes in the Romanian energy industry: news, analyses and opinion from personalities directly involved in the decision of the regulators and the most dynamic companies. “I like to believe it is more than a simple magazine – it is the story of energy sector in Romania told every three months, in an international format… a story told by the main actors of the sector”, said Sergiu Spătaru, managing parter with WMEC and the publisher of the energynomics.ro Magazine.

Executive Energy Expert, endorsed by WU Executive Academy

WU Executive Academy and Wing Media Energy Consulting have announced the launch of an innovative educational program for Romania, dedicated to the managers in the energy companies active locally and regionally. Executive Expert Energy is a MBA type training, held over five days, involving reputed teachers with extensive practical expertise and pedagogical exercise.

Survival by flexibility

The main theme of the evening – Forecasts for 2014 – was introduced by Milan Kalal, IDC Energy Insights’ lead analyst concerning the transformation of utility markets across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Middle East and Africa (MEA). One of the governing ideas of the year is that flexibility is the only way to survive a dynamic and ever changing environment.

There were more than two hours of discussion and friendly disputes, were the most diverse experiences and interests have met.

At this event, the power of decision met the top expertize – Ionel Olteanu (Amromco Energy), Tomasz Muszynski (Dalkia), Daniel Pintilie (Statkraft Romania), Marian Nedelcu (Volvo), Bogdan Popescu (Zeta Petroleum), Mark V. Wagley (Hunt Oil) – to exchange opinions and clarify perspectives on an industry essential as much as in a constant dynamics.

Those presents enjoyed the warm and sophisticated ambience from the Cesianu – Racoviţă Palace, occasioned by an original event, design by energynomics.ro and supported by SGS România, CEZ Group, RVR Energy, Amromco, Helvetansa and Marsay.

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