South East Europe Energy Outlook 2021/2022 has just been completed, to be presented at the Athens Exchange on March 1st

South East Europe Energy Outlook 2021/2022 has just been completed, to be presented at the Athens Exchange on March 1stAfter two years of intensive preparation and research, this major IENE reference study, the “South East Europe Energy Outlook 2021/2022”, has been completed. The publication that will be released both in printed and digital form on March 2, consists of 15 chapters, 1,402 pages and includes 1240 figures, tables and maps. The Study will be presented for the first time in a special event to be held at the Athens Exchange on Tuesday, March 1, with the backing of the Hellenic Energy Exchange (ENEX).

After two years of intensive preparation and research, this major IENE reference study, the “South East Europe Energy Outlook 2021/2022”, has been completed. The publication that will be released both in printed and digital form on March 2, consists of 15 chapters, 1,402 pages and includes 1240 figures, tables and maps. The Study will be presented for the first time in a special event to be held at the Athens Exchange on Tuesday, March 1, with the backing of the Hellenic Energy Exchange (ENEX). The presentation will be attended by leading players of the energy sector and senior executives from major energy groups in Greece.

This basic reference study was first published by IENE in 2011 while in 2017 the second edition followed, and now the third edition (2022) was published enriched with all latest data.

The «SEE Energy Outlook 2021/2022» is a comprehensive study which deals with the current energy situation in the SE European region but also covers the “Outlook” from now until 2040. The study covers all 15 countries in the region: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey. Furthermore, the present “Outlook” provides energy information on a number of peripheral countries including Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Moldova, Ukraine, Slovakia, Austria, Azerbaijan and Italy which are economically and geographically related SE European core countries.

The study contains substantial comparative data, detailed sectorial analysis, and energy demand and production estimates and projections. «SEE Energy Outlook 2021/2022» comprises several parts including: energy policy, country energy surveys, legal framework, regional economic issues, sectorial analysis (oil and gas, electricity, renewables, energy efficiency, energy demand and supply projections to 2040, energy technologies and energy investment outlook.

In addition to IENE’s scientific team, 25 experts from all different countries in SEE contributed in the Outlook study by preparing Country Profiles and sectorial analysis. Furthermore, the study was reviewed by a team of 20 internationally recognized authorities who acted as peer reviewers.

Following the event at the Athens Exchange, a series of roadshows are planned in different capitals in the region where the “Outlook” study will be presented to selected audiences (e.g. in Sofia, Istanbul, Belgrade, Tirana, Vienna, London, Bucharest etc.). The first such presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, March 8th in Sofia, Bulgaria.

This latest IENE study was financially supported by a group of 16 companies and organizations from Greece and other countries in SE Europe. The main sponsor of the study (Lead Sponsor) is Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE), while the sponsors (Sponsors) include the companies: Hellenic Energy Exchange (ENEX), IPTO, DEPA, EPIAS (Turkey) and Elpedison. In preparing this study IENE was also assisted by a group of supporter companies which included: IBEX (Bulgaria), Energean, Motor Oil, DESFA, DEDA, EDEY, Elval Halcor, GreenTop, Ensco and KG Law Firm.

Further information about the "South East Europe Energy Outlook 2021/2022", the presentation on March 1 and registration for the you may find here.

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