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      Thank you for those kind remarks and thanks for the opportunity to be here with you all again. As I mentioned, we’ve been very busy since president Trump was elected and as Alex mentioned I served on the president’s transition team and there we did a lot. Mike Mckenna who is with us here was on that team as well as my US colleagues.   One of the most important things we did on that transition team was put together the president’s energy blueprint. A lot of the things that have been going on in the last two years in the administration derive from his promises on the campaign trail that were put into place for use through the transition and beyond obviously. One of the things

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AGENDA             SPEAKERS              REGISTRATION               CONTACT US   Alex Alexiev (Chairman of Center for Balkan and Black Sea Studies): alexievalex4@gmail.com Ilian Vassilev (Member of the Board of Center for Balkan and Black sea studies): bulgariaanalytica@gmail.com Irina Draganova (Event manager): draganovairina2@gmail.com; cbbsinfocenter@gmail.com; +359 884 111 242 Katerina Grancharova (Website master): bulgariaanalytica@gmail.com; cbbsinfocenter@gmail.com; +359 889 416 343    

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    AGENDA             SPEAKERS              REGISTRATION               CONTACT US   The Event takes place in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 29-30. And with presentations by top Speakers, including Tom Pyle, Steven Hayward, Lucian (Lou) Pugliaresi, Mike McKenna and  Mikhail Krutikhin.                             Tom Pyle               Steven Hayward           Lucian (Lou) Pugliaresi                    Mike McKenna                     Mikhail Krutikhin     Tom Pyle – Chairman of Institute for Energy Research (IER) in Washington D.C. and the American Energy Alliance also in D.C. Pyle was chairman of President Trump’s transition team for Energy

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  AGENDA               SPEAKERS             REGISTRATION               CONTACT US   PROGRAM OUTLINE 29.04.2019 16:00 – Registration 17:00 – 18:30 – Opening Session THE STATE OF THE NATURAL GAS MARKET – TRENDS, OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIVERSIFICATION, SUPPLY ALTERNATIVES AND TRANSIT. Moderator: Alex Alexiev, Chairman of Center for Balkan and Black Sea Studies Keynote Speaker: Tom Pyle – American Energy under Trump. Problems and Prospects Steve Hayward – The Energy Revolution and America’s Foreign Policy Mikhail Krutikhin, RusEnergy – A look from Moscow Ivan Ivanov, Chairman, Bulgarian Regulator, KEVR – Regulatory frameworks for LNG imports Ambassador Ilian Vassilev – Level Playing field for LNG, the Geopolitical Impact for the CEE 19:00 – Dinner (by invitation) With the special participation and address of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov   30.04.2019 8:45 – 9:00 – Coffee &

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  Unlocking the potential of business in East Europe gas markets – competition, alternatives, markets, projects. Security through Diversification. The case of LNG   AGENDA             Speakers              Registration               Contact Us   You can provide a place for you and your colleagues by paying a participation fee (registration fees do not include accommodation) Regular fee – 240 EUR Regular fee and dinner on April 29 – 300 EUR Public Institutions, Members of partner organization – 50% discount on participation fee Media, NGOs and Academic Institutions – Apply for special terms (limited number of free tickets)   Important: The fee need to be paid before 24 April, 2019. Your payment need to be accompanied with an email to cbbsinfocenter@gmail.com, please

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  19.9.2018, ICIS, Aura Sabadus     Bulgarian gas incumbent Bulgargaz has failed to clinch more attractive terms from its supplier Gazprom despite a recent EU anti-trust investigation, a former Bulgarian ambassador to Russia told  ICIS in an interview.   The investigation would have provided Bulgargaz significant support in its negotiations with the Russian producer.   Speaking to ICIS this week, Ilian Vassilev, said Bulgargaz could have requested price reviews and more lenient terms linked to take-or-pay as part of a long-term 3 billion cubic metre/year supply contract with Gazprom. But, instead, Bulgargaz was acting as an “extension” of the Russian producer, passively ac- cepting existing terms, Vassilev said.   Vassilev, who is currently managing partner at eastern European advisory firm Innovative Energy Solutions, said the incumbent had not asked