Speaker: Anthony Livanios, CEO, Energy
Stream CMG GmbH
Invited talk on 'The Oil Majors and the US Geo-Strategy in
Eurasia after the End of Cold War', led by Guest Speaker Anthony
Livanios, CEO of Energy Stream CMG GmbH.
The event took place at ESCP Europe's London campus on
Wednesday, 22nd January.
2014 Master in
Energy Management (MEM) participants attended the event
and heard the latest developments on this interesting topic.
After the discussion, participants had the opportunity to
network and shared key insights on this interesting topic.
Anthony Livanios, CEO, Energy Stream CMG
Anthony Livanios has over 20
years of experience in structuring, negotiating, and implementing
oil and gas projects, intergovernmental agreements, pipeline
negotiations, geopolitical risk assessments, and market
intelligence. His experience includes providing advice on oil and
gas project development agreements, shareholders and project
sharing agreements. He has been advising oil majors, national oil
companies, and oil independents on concessions, pipelines and LNG
projects on investment strategies, establishment of joint ventures,
privatization, and oil and gas infrastructure development. He has
implemented energy projects in the Eurasia and Caspian region,
Persian Gulf and Arab world, Europe and theUnited States. He has
developed a strong network in the areas of energy and international
He was Managing Director for LNG Trading at M&M
Gas S.A. of the Motor Oil group,(2010-2011), President ofPoseidon
S.A., Offshore Natural Gas Greek-Italian Pipeline (2009 - 2010)
achieving the agreement for the construction of the
Greek- Bulgarian Natural Gas Pipeline (IGB) with Bulgarian Energy
Holding. He has been Advisor on Eurasian gas pipelines and energy
security issues to three Greek Ministers of Energy.
In 2000 he founded and was the CEO of Alpha Metrics
S.A., a research and business development company, and
in 1994 he established American Research Inc.,
specializing in research and business development services.
Between 1987- 1992 he did part time work for the
Wharton Econometrics Forecasting Associates in Brussels,
Belgium, for Weiman Volkwirt - Journalisten in Hamburg,
Germany, and the Greek Consulate in New York, on issues of
international economic relations.