Meetings with representatives of the Administration of the President and Government members of Georgia as well as with representatives of large and medium business of Georgia were held during the visit paid by the delegation of the Caspian European Club to Georgia and headed by the Chief Executive Officer Telman Aliyev.
Prospects of development of the business-to-government dialogue, exchange of information about investment opportunities of the two countries were discussed during the meetings.
It was noted that Tbilisi would host the II International Caspian Energy Forum – 2014 in November. The conference has a one-day agenda consisting of three parts. The first part will cover the development of the oil-gas, energy and ecological sectors. The Caspian European Forum, dedicated to the development of the non-oil sector, will take place within the framework of the second part. Presentation of international prize Caspian Energy Award will be held within the framework of the gala-reception on the same day.
Administration of President of Georgia, Ministry of Energy of Georgia, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, SOCAR Energy Georgia, Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation and Caspian European Club are providing official support to the Forum.
Golden sponsors of the forum are Pasha Bank Georgia LLC and Cross Caspian Oil&Gas Logistics LLC; silver sponsor is Сaspian Well Services Georgia LTD; bronze sponsors are SNF Vostok LLC, Azertexnolayn LLC, Murphy Shipping and Commercial Services and Improtex Travel Tours&Conferences.
The honorary membership certificate of the Caspian European Club was presented to Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia George Kvirikashvili in Tbilisi.
Caspian European Club was established in June 2002 in association with Caspian Energy International Media Group and under intensive support of the largest oil&gas companies operating in the Caspian-Black Sea region. Ilham Aliyev, President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, has been a chairman of Caspian European Club. According to T.Aliyev, Caspian European Club has promoted attraction of oil sector revenues into development of the non-oil sector since its establishment. Caspian European Club which brings together over 5000 companies and organization is operating in 50 countries around the world, carrying out an active work on maintenance of the dialogue between government agencies and the private sector.
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