The 11th Georgian International Oil, Gas, Infrastructure and Energy Conference & Showcase - GIOGIE 2012 successfully took place at the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tbilisi, Georgia on 28-29 March 2012.
GIOGIE 2011 Statistics
The GIOGIE 2011 Event Overview can now be downloaded here.
Georgia is a strategic crossroad for hydrocarbon transit in the Caspian region. The country has experienced significant growth since the new democratic government came into force. The main directions of the energy policy are energy security, diversification of gas supplies, reconstruction of hydropower plants, construction of underground gas storage facilities, attracting foreign investments and privatization.
The event receives support at the highest levels. Traditional supporters are, the Ministry of Energy of Georgia, Ministry of Environmental Protection & Natural Resources of Georgia, Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia and the British Georgian Chamber of Commerce (BGCC).
Traditional sponsors and participants include BP, Black Sea Terminal, Batumi Oil Terminal, Cross Caspian, Georgian Int'l Energy Corp. (GIEC), Caspian Pipe Coatings, Chevron Khazar, AmCham, Statoil, Weatherford, White Stream Consortium and many others.
For more information about how to get involved in GIOGIE 2012, please contact Ilyas at email@example.com.