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EuroPower Conference
October 26, 2012   
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Alternative sources of energy, the liberalization of the gas market, smart grids, and shale gas—these will be among the hottest topics of the 16th EuroPower International Energy Conference to be held at the Westin Hotel in Warsaw Nov. 7-8. The conference will be attended by public administration officials, regulators and fuel and energy market professionals.

When is the gas market likely to be liberalized and what conditions need to be met for this to happen? Will Poland’s shale gas deposits contribute to an increase in the country’s competitiveness internationally? Will new regulations on the gas market in Poland meet the expectations of market players? How will the planned changes in law influence the market and its business environment? What challenges are in store in connection with the introduction of smart grids? These and other questions will be answered by experts taking part in the conference, including Janusz Steinhoff, deputy prime minister and economy minister in the government of Jerzy Buzek; Marek Woszczyk, head of the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO); Grażyna Piotrowska-Oliwa, CEO of the Polish oil and gas company Polskie Górnictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo (PGNiG); and Andrzej Czerwiński, chairman of a parliamentary task force on energy.

The EuroPower International Energy Conference has been a key meeting in the industry for 15 years. The conference aims to be a platform for the exchange of views and experiences by experts from the energy sector in Poland and other European countries, getting together with public administration officials, regulators and major organizations active in the fuel and energy sectors.

More information about the conference and a registration form are available at www.mmcpolska.pl
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