Register Today: American Energy Security & International Trade Summit

June 14 02:54 2022

Washington, D.C. – Jun 13, 2022 – American Energy & Infrastructure c-suite and senior executives interested in international multilateral trade and commercial expansion into Eastern Europe are encouraged to register for the American Energy Security & Internationa Trade Summit hosted by the Eastern European Institute for Trade. The summit will be located at the Romanian embassy in Washington, DC, and will host senior government officials from the Romanian Ministry of Energy and several other Eastern European countries including Moldova, Georgia, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, and more.

American energy and infrastructure organizations with an interest in expanding their services into Eastern Europe or pursuing stronger international trade relations and access will network and engage with senior stakeholders

The summit will be heavily attended by senior officials  from Romania’s public and private energy sector from organizations such as:

  • National Energy Regulatory Authority
  • ROMGAZ S.A. (Romania’s national gas company)
  • Distrigaz SA (Romania’s national gas distribution company)
  • SAPE (Romania’s state-owned energy fund)
  • HENRO (Trade association representing the interests of the companies producing electricity from fossil fuels)
  • DEPOGAZ Ploiesti (Primary gas storage operator in Romania with a share of more than 90% of the total gas storage capacities)
  • Vlasit Consulting (Tech support company for RES projects, electrical installations in heating)
  • Goicea Consulting (Operated by the former chairman of the national electricity distribution company Transelectrica)
  • George Sergiu Niculescu (The Romanian Minister of Energy will be attending Virtually to discuss infrastructure and energy trade opportunities, and to respond to questions.)

The Eastern European Institute for Trade will be launching International Business Development roundtables, partnerships, joint ventures, and working groups that will include ongoing commercial collaborations with attending governments as well as domestic and international trade missions to all the above-mentioned nations.

EEIT Programs to Be Launched:

Black Sea Nations Working Groups:

  • Energy & Infrastructure
  • Critical Infrastructure Technology
  • Renewable Energy
  • Carbon Capture Technology & Investment

Black Sea Nations Partnerships:

  • Regional EDO Partnerships: Partnerships that are strategically tailored to introduce multinational commercial and trade partnerships and a “Partner Region” strategy for American and European Economic Development Organizations.
  • Trade Association Partnerships: Partnerships that allow American and European trade associations a solution that offers turnkey multinational commercial and trade access to their members.

This energy and infrastructure summit offers attendees numerous accelerated multinational business development and global expansion opportunities to engage in a unique hybrid model that provides direct one-on-one meetings and collaborations between public-private sector commercial and trade stakeholders.

Qualified American commercial c-suite and senior executives can attend the summit for Free. Space is limited. Register Here​ This summit has been made possible by the generous sponsorships of our friends at the US Oil & Gas Association and The Bennet Group.

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About the Eastern European Institute for Trade:

Our mission is to act as a strategic conduit that offers commercial enterprises a dependable multi-faceted approach, and direct trajectory to accelerated trade and economic development between American organizations and our Eastern European allies. Through EEIT’s trade missions, fellows programs, trade summits, and regional economic organization and trade association partnership programs, we are continuously raising the bar for meaningful international government relations, and results-driven multinational trade strategies.​

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