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University of Nicosia to host colloquium on developments in the Exclusive Economic Zone

The University of Nicosia’s Oil & Gas Engineering Programme, in association with the Scientific and Technical Chamber, is organising a colloquium on Thursday, June 9, focusing on the third licensing round. Attending the event, titled “Third Licensing Round: Game-Changing Possibilities,” will be energy minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis and petroleum industry experts.
The event will take place in the university’s UNESCO Amphitheatre. Entrance is free.
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16:00-16:05: Opening Remarks, Prof. Nicos Kartakoullis, President of the Council, University
οf Nicosia
16:05-16:10: Welcome Note, Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber (ETEK)
16:10-16:15: Welcome Note, Dr. George Gregoriou, Dean School of Sciences &
Engineering, University of Nicosia
16:15-16:40: “The Low Oil Price Landscape and Eastern Med Energy Developments”
Dr Constantinos Hadjistassou, University of Nicosia    
16:40-17:05: “Geology of Carbonate Reservoirs,” Dr Ernestos Sarris, University of
17:05-17:45: “Topic to be announced,” Giorgos Lakkotrypis, Minister of Energy, Republic of Cyprus  
17:45-18:10: “Joint Operating Agreements– the Basis for Sharing Risk and Reward in
Αn Upstream Joint Venture,” Mr. Roger Thorne, O&G Industry Veteran
& Independent Consultant
18:10-18:35: “Engineer as Manager, Turning Ideas into Reality,” Mr. Theo Kontou,
Senior Engineering Consultant, Shell (Gabon)

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