The whole European Union is preparing for emergency situations and power cuts. There is a great uncertainty about gas, electricity, and oil pricing, and to some extent also supply in the coming winter. Euro zone inflation hits record numbers. With some EU countries already in recession, inflation creeping up to double digit numbers and Russian aggression in Ukraine continuing – will there be a cure, or at least a cold medicine against the energy bottlenecks in order to get over the winter, and how?

Join us and learn more about experts’ views on energy markets and the related economics explained by companies and experts in the energy sector. 

The event is organized by the Finland-Lithuania Business Association for a wider audience this time. 

1st December 2022 at 8.30 – 11 o’clock

WTC Helsinki, Aleksanterinkatu 17, 00100 Helsinki or online

The event is free of charge, but registration is needed at latest on the 28th November 2022 HERE.
There is a no-show payment of 25 euros if the cancellation is made after the 28th November 2022.


Morning coffee and tea with bread and butter

Welcoming words
Mr. Risto Uusitalo, Chair, Finland-Lithuania Business Association

Finnish-Baltic gas infrastructure supports security and supply
Mr. Olli Sipilä, CEO, Gasgrid Finland

Finnish Economic Outlook
Mr. Penna Urrila, Director, Chief Economist, Confederation of Finnish Industries

Energy Security in Europe – short and long term
Mr. Teppo Säkkinen, Industry and Climate Policy Advisor, Finland Chamber of Commerce

Tight diesel and heating oil market over winter
Mr. Olli Pylkkänen, Oil and Renewable Products, Baltic, Neste Corporation

Tight gas and LNG market 
Mr. Alex Novitsky, Managing Director, Ignitis Suomi Oy


Closing of the event
Mr. Risto Uusitalo, Chair, Finland-Lithuania Business Association

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