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The Baltic Region remains an important export hub for Russian and Kazakhstan crude, Russian, Belarusian and Kazakhstan products regardless of the tectonic shifts in price levels over the last two years. The developed terminal, pipeline and rail infrastructure, high technology and service levels at the terminals will make sure the Baltic will remain an important export corridor in the foreseeable future.

This established event aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of export economics, throughput channels, origin and destination markets.


  • Overview and outlook for crude and oil products markets in the Baltic and North West Europe. Analysis of the main export destinations - Amsterdam - Rotterdam - Antwerp, North America, China, West Africa
  • Transport infrastructure and storage capacity in the region - pipeline projects, rail and marine
    transportation, terminals
  • The Eastern Baltic gas market. LNG import to the region - does it have potential?
  • Up to date information on trading and logistics costs in Eastern Baltics and North West Europe – market overview of various crude oil grades and petroleum products, freight market,
    railway transportation tariffs, export duties from the Customs Union member states
  • Strategic evaluation of new opportunities for the use of existing infrastructure and development of alternative trade routes
  • Discussion sessions and the opportunity for direct contact with oil industry leaders and specialists
  • Efficient information exchange with oil industry representatives and the governmental authorities of Europe and the Baltic states and their strategic partners
  • Workshop: Commercial and technical aspect of oil and petroleum products transportation
  • Unique networking opportunities at the Gala Dinner


Conference participants will be visiting major oil product terminals in Latvia in Riga and Ventspils. Viewing of the rail discharge, storage and tanker loading facilities will be arranged and information on throughput terms and conditions provided. The participants will have an opportunity to meet terminal management to discuss potential business opportunities.


For traders:
•  European crude, product and gas market forecasts in the current volatile conditions
•  Impact of the Customs Union and WTO regulations on export-import operations
•  New developments in the customs legislation and export duty environment
•  A comprehensive overview of region’s transport structure
•  An excellent networking and business development opportunity

For freight forwarders, terminal and vessel operators:
•  Direct contact with exporters
•  Information from government regulators on new regulatory trends and facts

For bankers and financiers:
•  Information on trade flows and exporters, current export economics
•  Throughput project information
•  Excellent trade and project finance business development opportunities

For service providers (brokers, law firms, agents, etc.):
•  Information on the traders and exporters in the region, trade flows, trading economics
•  An excellent business development opportunity

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