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FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

INVITATION
On behalf of the Romanian Member Committee of the World
Energy Council, I have the pleasure to invite you to participate
in the WEC Central and Eastern Europe Regional Energy Forum FOREN 2016 focused on Safe and Sustainable Energy for the
Region, which will take place between 12-16 June, 2016 in Vox
Maris Grand Resort, Costinesti, Romania.
FOREN 2016, organized under the auspices of the World Energy Council and with
the support of WEC Member Committees in Central and Eastern Europe, will be
an excellent opportunity to address the most important subjects of the Eastern
Europe energy policies, exchange knowledge, experience and opinions on energy
industrys progress, review the latest technological trends in the region, approach
the challenges and expectations and find out how government representatives
and business people plan to address the energy crisis.
And last, but not least, the Forum will be also a suitable networking opportunity among participants in the region.
Being at its 13th edition, FOREN 2016 is expected to bring together over 600 participants from all over the world and
will offer a wide range of events.
Key players from the energy and financial community, leading industry experts, project developers, regulators,
investors, governmental and public authorities, energy businessmen, experts and decision makers from state and
private companies, university professors and students from Romania and Europe will meet together to share their
experience and offer their vision on the Forum topics.
I would be very honoured if you could agree to participate to FOREN 2016, enjoy the Romanian friendship and
hospitality and contribute to the success of the event.
I use this opportunity to convey to you the assurances of our highest consideration.

Yours truly,
Victor Vlad Grigorescu
Minister of Energy

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

HOSTING ORGANIZATION
FOREN 2016 is organized by the Romanian National Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC/RNC), with the kind support
of the World Energy Council, WEC Members Committees in the region and WEC/RNC corporate and individual members.
The World Energy Council (WEC) is the largest global network of energy leaders and practitioners promoting an affordable,
stable and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all. Formed in 1923, the Council is the UNaccredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3000 member organisations
located in over 90 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, academia, NGOs and energyrelated stakeholders. The World Energy Council informs global, regional and national energy strategies by hosting highlevel events, publishing authoritative studies, and working through its extensive member network to facilitate the worlds
energy policy dialogue. WEC hosts the triennial World Energy Congress, which is the premier international, multi-energy
forum for participants to better understand energy issues and solutions from a global perspective. The 23rd World Energy
Congress, with main theme Embracing New Frontiers, will be held in Instanbul, Turkey (Rep. of) from 9-13 October 2016.
The Romanian National Committee of World Energy Council (WEC/RNC) is a non-governmental organisation and a
founding member of the World Energy Council, from 1924. WEC/RNC members are: important national companies,
trade companies, energy producers, suppliers and distributors, national electricity and heat regulatory authorities; nonworking organizations, decisions makers; governmental agenties, energy users, research and development institutes,
universities etc. WEC/RNC represents the interests of its members (over 300 individuals and over 150 corporate members
legal entities) within the meetings and events organised by WEC; and contributes to decision making at worldwide
level, with Romanian representatives in all of WECs Study Groups. WEC/RNC organizes events on energy themes, in
order to provide conclusions and recommendations in the energy field and to elaborate points of view regarding the
official documents of energy policy.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS FORUM?


The Forum is open to members of the World Energy Council, energy industry leaders, government ministers and officials,
heads of international organizations, academics, media, WEC/RNC individual and corporate members interested in Safe
and Sustainable Energy for the Region:
Electric and thermal power producers and suppliers
Fuel (oil, gas, coal) producers and suppliers
Equipment and service producers and suppliers
Research and design institutes
Universities and research centers
Energy consumers
Governmental Institutions: ministries, regulatory authorities, regional and urban authorities
Investors, banks, financial institutions
Associations, non-profit professional organizations
Mass-media
The organizers of the WEC Central & Eastern Europe Regional Energy Forum extend a warm invitation to all interested
companies to join us as a partner!

LANGUAGES

The official languages of the Forum are Romanian and English. Simultaneous translation (Romanian/English and English/
Romanian will be provided during the Forum. English speaking persons will be available to assist delegates in the hotels
and on the tours.

PASSPORT AND VISA

Citizens of the countries of the European Union can enter Romania with a valid passport or National Identity Card.
Citizens of any other country should check the visa regulations that apply to them with the nearest Romanian Consulate.

CURRENCY AND CREDIT CARDS

The leu (plural: lei) is the currency of Romania. Foreign currencies may be exchanged at banks or authorized exchange
offices. International airports and larger hotels also offer currency exchange services. Major credit cards including
American Express, Mastercard and Visa are accepted in hotels and stores.

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ABOUT ROMANIA
With a surface area of 92,043 square miles (238,391 km), Romania is the largest country
in southeastern Europe and the 12th-largest in Europe. The Danube river forms a large
part of Romanias border with Serbia and Bulgaria, is joined by the Prut River, which
forms the border with the Republic of Moldova, and flows into the
Black Sea on Romanian territory, forming the Danube Delta, the
largest delta in Europe, which is a biosphere reserve and World
Heritage-listed site due to its biodiversity.
With its 20 million inhabitants, it is theseventh most
populous member state of the European Union. Its capital
and largest city, Bucharest, is the sixth largest city in the
EU. The Romanian Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is
the second largest building in the world, next only to the
Pentagon in the United States.
The Carpathian Mountains are home to one of the largest virgin
forests in Europe. 400 unique species of mammals, including the
Carpathian chamois, call the Carpathian Mountains home. 60% of European brown
bear population lives in the Carpathian Mountains.
Romania has 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These include: the Churches of Moldavia; the
Dacian Fortress of the Orastie Mountains; the Historic Centre of Sighisoara; the Monastery of Horezu; the Villages with
Fortified Churches in Transylvania; the Wooden Churches of Maramures; the Danube Delta.
Timisoara, one of the most beautiful and vibrant Romanian metropolises, was the first mainland European city to be lit
by electric street lamps, back in 1884. As per international standards, it was second only to New York City.

COSTINETI, YOUR HOST CITY


Costineti is a lovely seaside resort in Constana County, Romania,
located on the shore of the Black Sea, about 30 kilometres (19
mi) south of the county seat, Constana.
The Costinesti resort, situated 2 km away from the
National Road, completes the series of Romanian beaches
with a fresh allure. The 1 km long beach is very crowded
during summer, as it benefits of the sunlight during the
whole day. The north side of the beach is tighter and has
softer sand. The Costinesti beach is also visited for therapy
purposes.
Two items have become representative for Cosinesti: the Obelisk
in the center of the beach and the wreckage of the ship Evanghelia.
In the south you can visit Golful Francezului (the Frenchmans Bay) - a natural
swimming pool created by the sea trough the errosion of the limestone shore. For
water sports lovers, there is Costinesti Lake (which has an area of 7 ha), where the tourists
can sail the boat or hydro-bicycle. This lake is a very special one, being the only one that is
not supplied from the underground.
The resort offers many chances and opportunities of outdoors activities, exploring the other coastal towns of the
Romanian Dobogea, the city of Constanta and the interior is rich of natural parks, forests and very interesting towns and
villages with ancient buildings and monuments dating back different periods. Many complex give the visitor the chance
to play tennis, in summer there are several tournaments of beach volleys, and Beach Football, events and concerts.
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VENUE:
VOX MARIS GRAND RESORT
Vox Maris Grand Resort (4-star), the
most luxurious location in Costinesti,
is one of the most appreciated resorts
on Romanian seaside because of its
center position, short distance to
the beach, quality services and the
intimacy it offers.
Vox Maris occupies an area of 7 hectares and is located at 70 km
away from the nearest airport (Kogalniceanu) and 250 km from
Bucharest, the capital of Romania.
The Costinesti Train Station is at 15-minutes away walking.

The rooms are cozy, designed in warm and peaceful


colors, and equipped with air conditioning,
private bathroom, balcony with view to the
garden, flat-screen TV, minibar and telephone.
Vox Maris Grand Resort offers its guests 2
restaurants, Stella Maris and Blue Lagoon
which extend around the pool terraces with
Romanian and International cuisine.
There is an International Conference Center
with 9 conference rooms (from 60 to 500 seats,
equipped with full audio & video systems).
As for the kids, Vox Maris can offer them a swimmingpool and a playground.
Access inside the complex is allowed only to guests which
are accommodated here, this assuring intimacy and a high
level of safety.
Other Services:
24-hour front office
Fitness centre, Bowling, Tennis, Billiards and Table Tennis
Free Wi-Fi available in the public areas
Garden
Meeting/banquet facilities
Luggage storage
Free of charge parking
Free access to Vox Maris Club.
Credit Cards accepted:
VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Maestro, Euro Line style, Euroline.

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Further details: www.voxmarisclub.com.

The resort offers 4-star premium accommodation in a


complex of villas that provide over 270 double or twin
rooms, one-bedroom suites and apartments with 2 or
3 rooms.

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ACCES ROUTES
International Transportation
Via Bucharest:
By road: A2 and E87
By air: arrival at Henri Coanda International Airport Otopeni (OTP), 16 km (10 miles) from downtown Bucharest.
By rail: arrival at the railway station Bucuresti Nord
Travelling schedules and two-way tickets (by plane/train) are the responsibility of each participant.
Via Constanta:
By road: E87
By air: arrival at Mihail Kogalniceanu International Airport, 50 km from Constantza
By rail: arrival at the railway station Costinesti
Local transportation
Bucharest-Costinesti
Official Travel Agent Weco Travel will provide the transport Bucharest-Costinesti-Bucharest.
Participants who request transportation Bucharest-Costinesti are expected to arrive at Hotel Ibis Gara de Nord, 143
Calea Grivitei Street, where coaches will take them to Costinesti (about 3 hours to drive).
Departure to Costinesti (directly to hotels) are scheduled on Saturday June 11th, 1800h and on Sunday June 12th, 900h.
Departure from Costinesti (meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort) are scheduled on Thursday June 16th, 1800h and
Friday June 17th, 900h.
Price for transfer: 25 euro/person/one way; 50 euro/person/round trip. Further information: on the Forum website.
Constanta-Costinesti-Vox Maris
By car: E87
By train: about 35 minutes from Constanta, arrival at the railway station Costinesti
By bus: with private buses that leave every 15 minutes from the train station in Constanta
Costinesti is at 31 km south from Constanta. Distance from Costinesti train station to Vox Maris is 1 km.
Transportation between Mihail Kogalniceanu International Airport and Vox Maris Grand Resort (65 km): by microbus
provided on request by Weco Travel.
GPS Coordinates: N 435631.0 E 283802.8

FACILITIES FOR DELEGATES


Delegate Bag
All delegates will receive the Delegate Bag at registration. The Delegate Bag contains the identification badge, Forum
Proceedings, the final list of paper and poster sessions, invitations to the social events etc.
Badges
The badge with the name, organization and country will be provided to each person attending the Forum (including
delegates, special guests and organizers). Throughout the entire Forum period, Social Evenings and official events, the
participants are asked to permanently wear their nominal access badge.
Internet Connection
Computers with Internet connection will be available for use by the delegates during the Forum. Wireless Internet
access (Wi-Fi) will be also provided at the venue.
Enhanced Networking Opportunities
Registered delegates will receive information about this service at registration, along with a list of FOREN 2016 participants.
Press and media facilities
A special press room will be at disposal of the media partners.
Conference Halls
A number of 9 Conference Halls are located in the International Conference Centre Vox Maris Grand Resort (Conference
Hall Romania near the entrance and the other 8 conference Halls (Transilvania, Muntenia, Oltenia, Banat, Maramures,
Moldova, Bucovina, Dobrogea) inside the perimeter of resort. Each conference hall is equipped with multimedia projector,
overhead projector, interpretation and translation (interpreters, translation systems, microphones), computer, screen etc.
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REGISTRATION
REGISTRATION FEES

Before May 31st, 2016

After May 31st, 2016

Participants

900 + VAT (20%)

1000 + VAT (20%)

Accompanying person(s)

400 + VAT (20%)

400 + VAT (20%)

For participants from academic institutions and from the WEC


member committees from Central and Eastern Europe

500 + VAT (20%)

550 + VAT (20%)

For accompanying persons of these participants

300 + VAT (20%)

300 + VAT (20%)

For Romanian participants

750 lei + VAT (20%)

850 lei + VAT (20%)

For accompanying persons of Romanian participants

350 lei + VAT (20%)

350 lei + VAT (20%)

The registration fee covers:


For participants: the Forum proceedings, attendance at all sessions, ear-phone translation, refreshments and social
programme. For accompanying persons: attendance of important events and social programme.
Late registration:
Late registration of attendants and accompanying persons will be accepted during 12-16 June 2016 at the Forum
Secretariat Desk which will be located at the entrance in Vox Maris Grand Resort, Costinesti.
Cancellation and refunds:
Refunds (less a 25 Euro - administration fee) will be granted to delegates unable to attend, providing written notice before
April 30th, 2016. No refunds will be given thereafter. Substitutors are accepted at any time against an administration charge
of 25 Euro. Delegates that have cancelled participation may however get the Volume of Proceedings at a price of 30 Euro.

REGISTRATION FORMS
The Registration Forms can be found on the Forum website www.cnr-cme.ro/foren2016.
You can use one of the following ways to register:
A. WEC/ Romanian National Committee

B. WECO TMC SRL

For attendance to Forum and FOREN 2016 services:

For accommodation and tourist tours:

The registration forms at: www.cnr-cme.ro/foren2016

The registration forms at: www.wecotravel.ro

By e-mail: foren2016@cnr-cme.ro

By e-mail: foren2016@wecotravel.ro

By mail: 1-3 Lacul Tei Blvd., 020371, Bucharest 2, Romania

By mail: 96 Zambilelor Str., 2nd floor, 023784, Bucharest 2, Romania

METHOD OF PAYMENT
WEC/ Romanian National Committee

WECO TMC SRL

Only for registration fee and FOREN 2016 services:

Only for accommodation, transfers and tourist tours:

By bank transfer. Please specify For FOREN 2016

By bank transfer. Please specify: For FOREN 2016

By cash, directly at WEC/RNC headquarters or at Forum


venue

By credit cards: VISA, MASTERCARD. Please specify: card type, card


number, card owner, card valability, your accept for the payment,
CVC code. By cash, directly at WECO TMC representatives

BANK ACCOUNTS

Only for the registration fee and FOREN 2016 services:

Only for the accommodation, transfers and tourist tours:

WEC/ Romanian National Committee

WECO TMC SRL

Banca Comerciala Romana (Romanian Trading Bank),


Sector 3 Branch Office, Bucharest, Romania

Banca Transilvania
Account Owner: WECO TMC SRL, mentioning For FOREN 2016

Ro lei account: RO65RNCB0074029230110001

Ro lei account: RO21 BTRL 0410 1202 1247 71XX

Euro account: RO43RNCB0074029230110009

Euro account: RO67 BTRL 0410 4202 1247 71XX

A copy of the bank transfer must be sent by e-mail at


foren2016@cnr-cme.ro

A copy of the bank transfer must be sent by e-mail at:


foren2016@wecotravel.ro or by fax: +4021 242 31 18

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FOREN 2016

FORUM SESSIONS
DISCUSSION SESSIONS
Discussion (Plenary) Sessions (DS) will be held in the following Conference Halls: Muntenia (DS 1), Oltenia (DS 2),
Banat (DS 3), Maramures (DS 4) and Moldova (DS5) in three days: Monday, June 13th, Wednesday, June 15th and
Thursday, June 16th.
Each of the five Discussion Sections of the Forum will cover:
A Keynote report addressing the main issues specific to each discussion session and poster presentation.
The papers that have been selected by the Technical Programme Committee of FOREN 2016.
Discussion Section Panel:
Proceedings of each section will be lead by the section chairman, assisted by a raporteur, a scientific secretary and
members selected from among highly Romanian and foreign reputed personalities.
Special reports:
The raporteur of each section will present a keynote report, briefly tackling the topics in the reports and posters as well
as the questions to be addressed. The keynote report is meant to help the speakers make their own contributions, serves
as a starting point for discussions etc.
Discussion Section Proceedings:
The keynote report is presented by the raporteur
The reports presented by authors will be no longer than 7 minutes / each
Discussions at the end of each group reports: attendants interventions are meant to bring relevant information to
the audience. Each contribution will be no longer than 3 minutes
The Message of the Forum, Conclusions and Recommendations will be drawn by the Chairman of each discussion
section in the Closing Ceremony.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Poster Session is organized on the Forum period: from Monday, June 13th to Thursday, June 16th, between 830-1800
hrs. in Dobrogea Hall. Authors are kindly invited to pinpoint the main ideas of their reports in a manner of their choice.
Recommendations / guidelines for Poster Presentations will be sent to all authors.

FORUM PROCEEDINGS
THE FORUM PROCEEDINGS will be published:
On USB Flash Drive in English and Romanian for the five Paper Sessions and Poster Session of FOREN 2016
On Forum website in English and Romanian for keynote speaches at the Opening Ceremony and Energy Day.
Printed in colours - The Forum Advertising Catalogue
Updated list of the papers (plenary and poster).
The papers in English, with a high degree of novelty and a great scientific value, will be selected for publication in
specialized journals, ISI indexed or BDI indexed.
Further details: www.cnr-cme.ro/foren2016

FORUM WEBSITE: www.cnr-cme.ro/foren2016


A special website was dedicated to the Forum starting with September 2015. Regularly updated, the Forum website is
a key communication and a promotional tool for all participants. The website ensure last minute information on all Forum
activities, including paper sessions, important events, services offered by the organizers and their costs, place of exhibition,
a list of exhibiting companies and round tables, facilities for delegates, registration forms, methods of payments, hotels, list
of sponsors, tourist programme, schedules, social events agendas etc.
To Register, participants are encouraged to dowload the REGISTRATION FORMS from the FORUM website for:
Attending FOREN 2016 (participants and accompanying persons)
Accomodation
Tourist visits
Inserting a presentation in FORUM Advertising Catalogue
Technical visits and projection of technical films
Sponsoring one of the important events organized during the FORUM.
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TIMETABLE FOREN 2016


HOURS

TECHNICAL AND SOCIAL EVENTS

PLACE OF THE EVENTS

1200-1800
830-1800

Welcome to attendants / Participants Registration


Welcome to attendants / Participants Registration

1000-1230

THE OPENING CEREMONY


INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION EXPO FOREN 2016

Vox Maris Grand Resort


Costinesti, Romania
Vox Maris Grand Resort
Costinesti, Romania
Expo Area

Sunday,
June 12

Date
11 June

THE OPENING CEREMONY FOREN 2016


offered by ENEL ROMANIA
Coffee break offered by ENEL ROMANIA
CONCERT / MUSICAL SHOW
offered by TBC
WELCOME COCKTAIL
Offered by ADREM

1500-1700
1700-1730
1730-1900
1900-2000

12-16
June

830-1800

Monday,
June 13

HOURS
830-1000
1000-1030
1030-1230
1400-1530
1530-1600
1600-1800
830-1800

Wednesday,
June 15

Tuesday,
June 14

HOURS

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION EXPO FOREN 2016


CH 1
Romania
300

CH 2
Transilvania
150

KA 1

RTF 1

WF 1

CH 1
Romania
300

CH2
Transilvania
150

830-1000
1000-1030
1030-1230
1400-1530
1530-1600
1600-1800
830-1800

Regional
Energy
Day
RTF 2

WF 2

HOURS

CH 1
Romania
300

CH2
Transilvania
150

830-1000
1000-1030
1030-1230
1400-1530
1530-1600
1600-1800
830-1800

Energy
Trilemma

RTF 3

WF 3

CH 1
Romania
300

CH2
Transilvania
150

1900-2100

Thursday,
June 16

HOURS
830-1000
1000-1030
1030-1230
1400-1530
1530-1600

Vox Maris Grand Resort


Costinesti, Romania
Romania Hall

KA 2
RT 11

1600-1700

CH 3
Muntenia
80

DISCUSSION SESSIONS

CH 4
Oltenia
80

CH 5
Banat

80

CH 6
Maramures
80

CH 7
Moldova
60

Coffee break offered by TBC


DS 1.1
DS 2.1
DS 3.1
DS 4.1
DS 5.1
Coffee break offered by RE POWER Vanzari Romania
DS 1.2
DS 2.2
DS 3.2
DS 4.2
DS 5.2
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR ACCOMPANYING PERSONS
ROUND TABLES

CH 3
Muntenia
80

CH 4
Oltenia
80

CH 5
Banat

80

CH 6
Maramures
80

CH 7
Moldova
60

Coffee break offered by TBC


Corporate
Films
RT 1
RT 2
RT 3
RT 4
RT 5
Coffee break offered by ARPEE
RT 6
RT 7
RT 8
RT 9
RT 10
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR ACCOMPANYING PERSONS
DISCUSSION SESSIONS AND ROUND TABLES

CH 3
Muntenia
80

CH 4
Oltenia
80

CH 5
Banat

80

CH 6
Maramures
80

CH 7
Moldova
60

Coffee break offered by TBC


DS 1.3
DS 2.3
DS 3.3
DS 4.3
DS 5.3
Coffee break offered by Honeywell Romania
DS 1.4
DS 2.4
DS 3.4
DS 4.4
DS 5.4
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR ACCOMPANYING PERSONS
DINNER PARTY
(with the financial support of OMV Petrom)
DISCUSSION SESSIONS AND ROUND TABLES

CH 3
Muntenia
80

CH 4
Oltenia
80

CH 5
Banat

80

CH 6
Maramures
80

CH 7
Moldova
60

Coffee break offered by TBC


DS 1.5
DS 2.5
DS 3.5
DS 4.5
DS 5.5
RTF 4
RT 12
RT 13
RT 14
RT 15
RT 16
Coffee break offered by TBC
THE MESSAGE OF THE FORUM AND FOREN 2016 PAPER AWARDS
(with the financial support of SNTGN ROMGAZ)

June 17, 18, 19

CH 8
Bucovina
20

WEC
Meetings

PS

CH 8
Bucovina
20

CH 9
Dobrogea
50

WEC
Meetings

PS

CH 8
Bucovina
20

CH 9
Dobrogea
50

PS

CH 8
Bucovina
20

CH 9
Dobrogea
50

PS

POST - CONFERENCE VISITS

Legend

CH

Conference Hall

RTF

Round Table at Forum level

DS

Discussion Session

RT

Corporate Round Table

DS 1.1

Discussion Session 1, preferential subject 1

WF

Workshop at Forum level

DS 1.2

Discussion Session 1, preferential subject 2

PS

Poster Session

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CH 9
Dobrogea

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IMPORTANT EVENTS
THE OPENING CEREMONY FOREN 2016
The Forum Opening Ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 12th, 2016, in Romania Hall.

Programme:
1500-1700 h

THE OPENING CEREMONY FOREN 2016

THEME: SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR THE REGION


Organizers: WEC/RNC and ENEL ROMANIA
Moderator

Iulian Iancu, WEC/RNC Chairman

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
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Dacian Julien Ciolos, Prime Minister, Government of Romania


Costin Grigore Borc, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Commerce and Relations with Business
Environment
Vasile Dncu, Vice Prime Minister, and Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration
Victor Vlad Grigorescu, Minister of Energy
Elena Nekhaev, Director Technical Programmes, World Energy Council
Cristiana Paca Palmer, Minister of Environment, Water and Forests
Adrian Curaj, Minister of National Education and Scientific Research
Cristian Hera, Vice President, Romanian Academy
Petru Lificiu, President, Romanian-Kazakhstan Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Elisabetta Capannelli, World Bank Country Manager for Romania (TBC)
Niculae Havrile, President Romanian Regulatory Authority for Energy
Gheorghe Duu, President National Agency for Mineral Resources
Iuliana Andronache, General Manager Societatea Energetic Electrica SA
Eric Stab, President & CEO, ENGIE Romania
Martin Zmelik, CEO CEZ Romania (TBC)
Ministers of Bulgaria, Moldova, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary (TBC)
Adrian Nicolaescu, Prefect, County of Constanta

1700-1730 h

Press Conference

1700-1730 h

Coffee Break offered by ENEL Romania

1730-1900 h

Concert / Musical show offered by TBC

1900-2000 h

Welcome Cocktail offered by ADREM

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

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SESSION KA 1

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

THEME: EUROPEAN POLICIES TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT


Monday morning, June 13th, 2016, 830-1000 h and 1030-1230 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and TRANSELECTRICA


Moderators

Einari Kisel, Regional Manager for Europe, World Energy Council


Virgil Muatescu, WEC/Romanian National Committee Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Iulian Iancu, Chairman, WEC/RNC


Slav Slavov, Former WEC Regional Manager for Europe
Jyri Ylkanen, Policy Expert, Assistant to the Principal Adviser, DG Energy, European Commission
Meelis Mnt, Ministry of Environmental Affairs Estonia, Deputy Secretary General
Georgeta Corina Popescu, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy
Corneliu Bodea, CEO ADREM, President Romanian Energy Center - CRE
Corneliu Rotaru, Director, Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority (ANRE)
Florina Sora, Expert, Romanian Mineral Resources Agency (ANRM)
Octavian Lohan, Directorate Member, TRANSELECTRICA
Florin Tobescu, Director, ANRE

REGIONAL ENERGY DAY


THEME: CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN ENERGY UNION
FOR REGIONAL INTEGRATION AND SECURITY OF SUPPLY
Tuesday morning, June 14th, 2016, 830-1000 h and 1030-1230 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and ROMELECTRO


Moderators


Iulian Iancu, Chairman, WEC/Romanian Member Committee


Einari Kisel, Regional Manager for Europe, World Energy Council
Anton Vldescu, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

10

Slav Slavov, Former WEC Regional Manager for Europe


Rodin Traicu, Deputy, Chamber of Deputies, Romanian Parliament
Georgeta Corina Popescu, Secretary of State, Ministry of Energy
Mihnea Constantinescu, Ambassador at Large for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Viorel Gafia, President, ROMELECTRO
Mihkel Hrm, Secretary General, WEC Estonia
Octavian Lohan, Directorate Member, Transelectrica
Viorel Bdescu, Romanian Academy
Daniel Radut, Director Common Services, CEZ Romania
Rzvan Nicolescu, Executive Lead Advisor, Deloitte
Representatives of Energy Ministries in CEE countries
Representatives of WEC MCs
Representatives of CEZ Romania, ENGIE, E.ON, ENEL

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12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

ENERGY TRILEMMA
THEME: ENERGY TRILEMMA AND ENERGY SECURITY
Wednesday morning, June 15th, 2016, 830-1000 h and 1030-1230 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and Societatea Energetic Electrica SA


Moderators


Elena Nekhaev, Director Technical Programmes, World Energy Council


Georgeta Corina Popescu, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy
Gheorghe Indre, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.

Constantin Bulac, President of Energy Committee, Romanian Academy


Gheorghe Indre, WEC/RNC Counselor
Ciprian Diaconu, Chairman of the Romanian National Committee of CIGRE, member in the Development
Committee of ENTSO-E
4. Otilia Marin, General Manager ANRE
5. Iuliana Andronache, General Manager ELECTRICA (TBC)
6. Ion Dobrescu, President of the Board, CEZ Distributie
7. Victor Vaida, Chairman SIER (Society of Power Engineers in Romania)
8. Silvia Vlsceanu, Executive Director, Federation of the Association of Utility Companies (ACUE)
9. Ion Lungu, President Association of Electricity Suppliers in Romania (AFEER)
10. Andrei Covatariu, ENEL, Member of Romanian FEL Programme

SESSION KA 2

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

THEME: COMPETITION AND TRADING RULES IN EU INTERNAL


MARKET. IMPACT OF VOLATILE ENERGY PRICES
Thursday morning, June 16th, 2016, 830-1000 h and 1030-1230 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and OPCOM


Moderators


Victor Ionescu, Chief Executive Officer, OPCOM SA


Cristina etran, Programme Director OPCOM SA
Nicolae Golovanov, Professor University Politehnica of Bucharest, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Elena Popescu, General Director, Ministry of Energy


Niculae Havrile, President, Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE)
Adina Georgescu, Counselor, Energy and Environment, Prime Ministers Office
Luiza Draghici, Competition Inspector, Romanian Competition Council
George Cristian Lzroiu, Associate Professor, Universitz Politehnica of Bucharest
Marian Cernat, General Manager, Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE)
Gheorghe Visan, Commercial Director, CNTEE Transelectrica SA
Clin Vilt, Counselor, WEC/RNC
Remus Brsnescu, Chief Information Officer, OPCOM SA
Georgeta Ion, Head of Short Term Transaction Department, OPCOM SA
Viorica Cozma, Head of Trades Settlement Department (SO), Guarantee Receipts & Payments Mechanisms, OPCOM SA
Elena-Mihaela reanu, OTC Trades Office, OPCOM SA
Carmen Ene, Head of Market Surveillance Department, OPCOM SA

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12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

ROUND TABLES AT FORUM LEVEL


SESSION RTF 1
THEME: SMART SOLUTIONS FOR POWER SUPPLY OF SMART CITIES.
MAIN OBJECTIVE: THE USER
Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h and 1600-1800 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and ELECTROMAGNETICA


1400-1530 h TUTORIAL: Improvement of electric power systems performances using HVDC links


Mircea Eremia, Emeritus Professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest


Alisa Manoloiu, Assisstant, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Lucian Toma, Associate Professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest

1600-1800 h
Moderators

Mircea Eremia, Emeritus professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest


Clin Vilt, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Stelian Matei, Scientific Director, ELECTROMAGNETICA


Ciprian Covas, Global Solutions Manager, Honeywell
Andrei Berechet, Business Line Director Adrem Engineering
Gabriel Saftescu, Director, Process IT Department, TELETRANS
Dan Apetrei, General Director, Elsaco Energy
Representative of ELECTRICA
Emil Constantinescu, Project Manager, Enel
Gheorghe Indre, Project Manager, Transelectrica

SESSION RTF 2

THEME: OPTION FOR THE FUEL MIX IN THE REGION BASED ON FULL
CYCLE COSTS ANALYSIS
Tuesday afternoon, June 14th, 2016, 1400-1530 h and 1600-1800 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and National Agency for Mineral Resources (ANRM)


Moderators


Aristotel Jude, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy


Gheorghe Duu, President, ANRM
Alexandru Ptrui, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

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Iulian Iancu, Chairman, WEC/RNC


Cristiana Paca Palmer, Minister of Environment, Waters and Forests
Sorin Gal, General Manager, ANRM
Aurel Gheorghe, General Manager, ANRM
Daniela Lulache, director general NUCLEARELECTRICA (TBC)
Gelu Agafiel Mrcineanu, General Manager, The National Uranium Company (CNU)
Ioan Rotaru, President, ROMATOM
Ovidiu Agliceru, General Manager, HIDROELECTRICA
Ion Laureniu Ciobotric, President of the Board, Craiova Energy Complex
Radu Dudu, Personal Adviser of Energy Minister
Ilias Papageorgiadis, President, ARBIO
Zoltan Teuber, Senior Sales Manager, ERC Technik GmbH
Ion Via, Professor, University Transilvania of Brasov

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FOREN 2016

SESSION RTF 3
THEME: DEVELOPMENTSIN ENERGY TRANSPORT(OIL AND GAS).
COOPERATION WITHIN THE REGION
Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h and 1600-1800 h, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and TRANSGAZ


Moderators



Aristotel Jude, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy


Ion Sterian, Chairman of the Board of Administration, SNTGN TRANSGAZ
Andrew Costin, Presedinte Petroleum Club of Romania
Niculae Napoleon Antonescu, Honorary Rector Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti / WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Corneliu Condrea, Cabinet Director, Oil and Gas Directorate, Ministry of Energy
Sorin Gal, General Director National Agency for Mineral Resources (ANRM), Anca Baciu, Florina Sora - Experts
Gheorghe tefan, Adviser to Chairman of the Board of Administration, SNTGN TRANSGAZ
Mihai Albulescu, Professor, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti
Dana Duescu, Strategic Project Manager, Regulatory and Public Affairs, Engie Romania
Ion Beldiman, Chief Engineer Mechano-Energy, CONPET Ploiesti
Radu Dudu, Founder and Director, Energy Policy Group (EPG)
Laureniu Pachiu, Managing Partner, Pachiu si Asociatii

SESSION RTF 4
THEME: MANAGEMENT, CONTROL AND MONITORING OF ENERGY
QUALITY. ASPECTS REGARDING AFFERENT EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES
Thursday, June 16th, 2016, 1030-1230 and 1400-1530 h, Transilvania Hall

Organizer: WEC/RNC
Moderators


Doina Iliiu, Manager, Transelectrica UnO DEN


Mihai Snduleac, Director ECRO SRL
Drago Gabor, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Doina Iliiu, Manager, Transelectrica UnO DEN


Cristian Lzroiu, Associate Professor, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Carmen Stnescu, Head of Department, Transelectrica SA-OMEPA
Dorel Stnescu, Head of Center, ELECTRICA, FDEE Transilvania Sud, Sibiu Subsidiary
tefan Gheorghe, Professor, University Valahia of Targoviste
Florin Teodor Tnsescu, Professor, Academy of Technical Sciences of Romania (ASTR)
Mihai Snduleac, Director, ECRO SRL

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WORKSHOPS AT FORUM LEVEL


SESSION WF 1

THEME: HUMAN RESOURCES FOR ENERGY SYSTEMS


Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h and 1600-1800 h, Transilvania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and OMV Petrom (Tbc)


Moderators


Adrian Badea, University Politehnica of Bucharest, The Academy of Romanian Scientists


George Darie, Prorector University Politehnica of Bucharest
Lucian Toma, University Politehnica of Bucharest, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

Corneliu Condrea, General Director, Ministry of Energy


Petru Andea, University Politehnica of Timioara
Niculae Napoleon Antonescu, Honorary Rector, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti
Nicolae Ilia, Professor, University of Petrosani
Marcel Istrate, Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi
Mihail Minescu, Prorector, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti
Victor Mocanu, Dean Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest
Clin Munteanu, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Horia Necula, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Nicolae Postvaru, President National Qualification Authority (Agentia Nationala pentru Calificari)
Adrian Tanu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies; Filip Crlea, National Institute for Economic
Research, Romanian Academy
Adrian Andrei Adam, General Manager ICEMENERG
Brndua Fecioru, HR Manager, Honeywell
Petru Rue, Country Division Lead Energy Management, Siemens Romania
Adina Susanu, ENGIE
Florin Tataru, Head of Human Resources and Organization, ENEL Romania
Representative of OMV Petrom (TBC)
Representative of Transelectrica (TBC)

SESSION WF 2

THEME: ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENERGY CONSERVATION.


CONVERTING POTENTIAL INTO REALITY

Tuesday afternoon, June 14th, 2016, 1400-1530 h and 1600-1800 h, Transilvania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC, ANRE and ENERGOBIT


Moderators


Elena Nekhaev, Director Technical Programmes, WEC


Emil Calot, Vice President ANRE
Vasile Rugin, Scientific Director ICEMENERG, WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

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Gabriele Brandl, Austrian Energy Agency (AEA)


Corneliu Rdulescu, General Director; Corneliu Rotaru Director, ANRE
Shruti Athavale, Austrian Energy Agency (AEA)
Virgil Musatescu (WEC-RNC), Cristian Podac (ANRE), Ioana Opri (University Politehnica of Bucharest)
Roland Hierzinger, Austrian Energy Agency (AEA)
Iuliana Lazar, ANRE
Jchym Vohryzek, Honeywell Advanced Solutions CEE
Vasile Rugin, Counselor WEC/RNC, Scientific Director INCDE ICEMENERG
Daniela Marin, Programme Director, EBRD Romania
Gerard Verdebout, Chairman ARPEE (Romanian Association for the Promotion of Energy Efficiency)
Daniel Radut, Director Common Services, CEZ Romania
Carmen Neagu, CEO Energobit
Horia Necula, Professor, Director Energy Generation and User Department, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Denis Tumuruc, Deputy Director, Agency for Energy Efficiency Moldova
Horia Petran, INCERC
Camelia Ra, Executive Director, Energy-Cities Romania Association, OER

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FOREN 2016

SESSION WF 3
THEME: RESEARCH IN THE ENERGY FIELD. FINANCING
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h and 1600-1800 h, Transilvania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and Tractebel Engineering


Moderators



Georgeta Corina Popescu, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy


Adrian Curaj, Minister of National Education and Scientific Research
Tudor Prisecaru, Prorector, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Ionu Purica, Energy Expert, Romanian Academy and WEC/RNC Counselor

Invited Speakers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Magdalena Andreea Strachinescu Olteanu, Head of Unit, New energy technologies, innovation and clean coal,
DG Energy, European Commission
Elena Popescu, General Director, Ministry of Energy
Ctlin Puna, Senior Economist, World Bank Romania
Representative of Romanian Ministry of European Funds
Representative of UK Embassy
Daniela Scripcariu, General Manager, Tractebel Engineering
Ioan Ursu, Vice President, National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation
Mihai Voronca, Executive Director, Romanian Energy Efficiency Fund (FREE)
Steven Cornelius van Groningen, Chair, Raiffeisen Bank Romania (TBC)
Alexandru Valeriu Binig, Partner, Advisory, Ernst & Young SRL
Carmen Arhip, Director Corporate and Investment Banking, BRD - Groupe Societe Generale
Vasile Iuga, Partner, PwC Romania (Tbc)
Ioana Gheorghiade, Executive Director, Romanian Trading Bank (BCR)

CLOSING CEREMONY
THEME: THE MESSAGE OF THE FORUM. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Thursday afternoon, June 16th, 2016, 1600-1700, Romania Hall

Organizers: WEC/RNC and ROMGAZ


Moderators

Iulian Iancu, Chairman, WEC/RNC


Aristotel Jude, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy

Speakers

Representatives of WEC
Chairs of Discussion Sessions
1. Ioan Dan Gheorghiu - Chair of DS 1
2. Adrian Borotea - Chair of DS 2
3. Cornel Jivan - Chair of DS 3
4. Niculae Napoleon Antonescu - Chair of DS 4A
5. Serban Valeca - Chair of DS 4B
6. Laurentiu Ciobotarica - Chair of DS 5

FOREN 2016 PAPER AWARDS


The awards will be given by the following sponsors (confirmed by May 1st, 2016): ROMGAZ.
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SOCIAL PROGRAMME
Delegates and accompanying persons are cordially invited to attend the following social events, which are covered by
the registration fee:

SUNDAY, 12 JUNE 2016


THE OPENING CEREMONY

TUESDAY, 14 JUNE 2016


REGIONAL ENERGY DAY

With the financial support of ENEL ROMANIA

With the financial support of ROMELECTRO

Time: 1500-1700 h
Venue: Vox Maris Grand Resort, Romania Hall

Time: 830-1230 h
Venue: Vox Maris Grand Resort, Romania Hall

MUSICAL SHOW
With the financial support of TBC
Time: 1730-1900 h
Venue: Vox Maris Grand Resort, Romania Hall

WELCOME COCKTAIL

WEDNESDAY, 15 JUNE 2016


DINNER PARTY
Offered by the Organizing Committee and OMV Petrom
Time: 1900-2100 h
Venue: Vox Maris Grand Resort, Romania Hall

With the financial support of ADREM


Time: 1900-2000 h
Venue: Vox Maris Grand Resort, Romania Hall

SOCIAL PROGRAMME FOREN 2014

ADDRESSES TO NOTE

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Forum Secretariat

Official Travel Agent

WEC/ Romanian National Committee

WECO TRAVEL

1-3 Lacul Tei Blvd., 020371, Bucharest 2, Romania

96 Zambilelor Str., 2nd Floor, 023784, Bucharest 2, Romania

Phone: +40372 821 475; +40372 821 476

Phone: (+4021)242.23.23; Fax: (+4021)242.31.18

E-mail: foren2016@cnr-cme.ro

e-mail: foren2016@wecotravel.ro

Website: www.cnr-cme.ro/foren2016

Website: www.wecotravel.ro

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FOREN 2016

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
EXPO FOREN 2016
EXPO FOREN 2016 will be held during the Forum, showcasing how to put
in practice the theme: Energy Technologies of the 21st Century: Security,
Energy Efficiency, Environment, Renewables. EXPO FOREN 2016 will
present specific initiatives in energy for sustainable development, the latest
global developments and technology trends from around the world.
The Exhibition package has been designed to provide the highest level of
exposure for organizations wishing to promote their businesses to delegates
from over the world. More than 50 Romanian and foreign companies will
present new products and technologies, EXPO FOREN 2016 being the
meeting point of the professionals in the energy field.

WHY EXHIBIT AT FOREN 2016

The Forum is expected to attract more than 600 well-known and highly
appreciated specialists in the energy field from Romania and abroad. The
participants will be managers and experts from all the electrical and thermal
power production, transport and supply: fuel, oil, gas and coal producers
and suppliers, design and research institutes in the energy field, ministries,
national, regional and local authorities, national and foreign organizations
with commitments and responsibilities in the production, transport and
utilization of all kinds of energy and in environmental protection, bankers,
trade companies.
This large participation offers an important and unique opportunity to
present the achievements and the developments of your company in your
field of competence. The exhibition has already generated much interest
from the part of companies and the booth space will be made available for
all the participants in the Forum.

EXHIBITOR PROFILE
Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Power Plants and
Equipment, Alternative Sources of Energy, Co-generation, Boilers, Pipes,
Valves and Pumps, Oil, Gas and Coal, Industrial Power - Electrical and Auxiliary
Equipment, Engineering and Constructions, Nuclear Power Generation,
Energy Saving Technology and Equipment, Software and IT Solutions,
Renewable Energy, Government Agencies, Finance and Consulting.

VISITORS PROFILE
Top professionals and key officials of the Energy Elite: Power Stations &
Distribution Grids; Independent Power Producers; Investors and Employees;
General Contractors, Engineering and Consulting Companies; Research
and Design Institutes; Manufactures and Suppliers of Equipment; Major
Industrial Enterprises; Local Administration.

EXPO

FOREN 2016 is being organized by AB PLUS SRL, one


of the largest Romanian fair and exhibition organizing
company. Thanks to the partnership with AB PLUS SRL, exhibitors and
visitors will have most benefit from this event.

EXPO FOREN 2014


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Entrance

38

Conference Hall
Maramures
First Floor

Conference
Hall
Dobrogea
First Floor

18

Conference
Hall
Bucovina
First Floor

6
7

Swimming pool

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Conference Hall
Romania

Coffee Break Area

1 to 6 - 6 sqm
9 to 31 - 9 sqm

1 to 15 - booths inside
16 to 31 - booths outside under
the covered terrace

Legend EXPO FOREN 2016:

Pavilion expo (15x10m)

35 36 37

32 33 34
Pool

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Conference Hall
Banat

Conference Hall
Oltenia

Conference Hall
Muntenia

Conference Hall
Transilvania

Black Sea shore

Restaurant

15 14 13 12 11 10 9

Pool

Registration Desk

Vox Maris Club

Conference Hall
Moldova
First Floor

MAIN ENTRANCE

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EXPO FOREN 2016


Vox Maris Grand Resort, Costinesti

FOREN 2016
12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION EXPO FOREN 2016


Vox Maris Grand Resort, Costinesti
12-16 June 2016

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

THE LIST OF THE EXHIBITING COMPANIES


Booth No

1, 2

EXHIBITOR

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ROMANIA

ENEL

ADREM

APLIND

UNIVERSITATEA TEHNIC A MOLDOVEI

PETROLEUM CLUB OF ROMANIA

PARTENERI MEDIA

ANRM

10

TELETRANS

11

MULTIGAMA TECH

12

CONPET

13

GENERAL TURBO

14

Fa. TAPROGGE GmbH - Germania reprezentanta


pentru Romania S.C. HANA COMINPEX S.R.L.

15

ICPE ACTEL

16, 17
18

SIEMENS
SMART

19, 20

Societatea Energetic Electrica

21, 22

TRANSELECTRICA

23
24, 25
26
27, 28

ELECTROMAGNETICA
COMPLEXUL ENERGETIC OLTENIA
MEGGER - SebaKMT
ARC BRASOV

29

ROXTEC ROMANIA

30

SCANDO TRADING

31

Free

32

ERC GmbH

33, 34
35

Free
TELEDATANET

36, 37

Free

38

VLER

39

OMICRON GmbH Austria


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FOREN 2016 SERVICES MARKET


We are pleased to invite the interested companies to participate as an active partner too, at the other services offered
during the FORUM. On this occasion, the partner companies will have the opportunity to present their professional
company profile in the following events:
FORUM ADVERTISING CATALOGUE
All companies are invited to book advertising space in the Forum Advertising Catalogue, which will be printed in
colours and distributed to all the participants.
PROJECTIONS OF TECHNICAL FILMS
Technical films will be shown on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016. A room accommodating 100 participants equipped with
all the necessary devices for projection offers you the possibility to present the objectives, achievements and the
professional profile of your company.
TECHNICAL VISITS: 13-15.06.2016
Companies will have the possibility to present the performance of their research and design departments, technical
facilities etc., the duration of the visit being no longer than 1 day.

ROUND TABLES
Leading figures in the energy industry and related fields will discuss key issues confronting the energy industry today
and outline their views in possible approaches to those issues. Delegates will have the opportunity to present their
views in the round tables discussions.
HOURS

Date

830-1000

Monday
June 13th

10 -12
30

30

14 -15
00

8 -10

Tuesday
June 14th

00

1030-1230
1400-1530
1600-1800
830-1000

Wednesday
June 15th

10 -12
30

30

14 -15
00

00

830-1000

Thursday
June 16th

CH 3
Muntenia

CH 4
Oltenia

CH 5
Banat

CH 6
Maramures

CH 7
Moldova

DS 1.1

DS 2.1

DS 3.1

DS 4.1

DS 5.1

DS 1.2

DS 2.2

DS 3.2

DS 4.2

DS 5.2

KA 1

1030-1230
1400-1530

WF 1

Regional
Energy
Day

RT 1

RT 2

RT 3

RT 4

RT 5

RT 6

RT 7

RT 8

RT 9

RT 10

CH 8
Bucovina

WEC
Meetings

WF 2

Energy
Trilemma

RTF 3

WF 3

DS 1.3

DS 2.3

DS 3.3

DS 4.3

DS 5.3

DS 1.4

DS 2.4

DS 3.4

DS 4.4

DS 5.4

DS 1.5

DS 2.5

DS 3.5

DS 4.5

DS 5.5

RT 12

RT 13

RT 14

RT 15

RT 16

KA 2
RT 11

00

RTF 4

THE MESSAGE OF THE FORUM AND FOREN 2016 PAPER AWARDS

Legend

20

CH

Conference Hall

RTF

Round Table at Forum level

DS

Discussion Session

RT

Corporate Round Table

DS 1.1

Discussion Session 1, preferential subject 1

WF

Workshop at Forum level

DS 1.2

Discussion Session 1, preferential subject 2

PS

Poster Session

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CH 9
Dobrogea

WEC
Meetings

RTF 2

16 -17
00

RTF 1

30

16 -18
00

CH 2
Transilvania

30

1600-1800
30

CH 1
Romania

POSTER
SESSION

FOREN 2016

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CORPORATE ROUND TABLES


ORGANIZERS & THEMES
HOST / GAZDA

DATE / LOCATION

SUBJECT / TEMA

ROMATOM

Tuesday June 14th,


1400-1530
Hall Muntenia

The role of nuclear power in the Romanian long term energy


mix. Implementation of the European energy policies and the
development of the Romanian nuclear program
Rolul energiei nucleare n mixul energetic romnesc pe termen
lung. Asumarea politicilor energetice europene i dezvoltarea
programului nuclear romnesc

ELECTROMAGNETICA

Tuesday June 14th,


1400-1530
Hall Oltenia

ENERGSys - Tool for increasing energy efficiency for residential


consumers
ENERGSys - Instrument de lucru pentru creterea eficienei
energetice la consumatori casnici

RT 3

SMART

Tuesday June 14th,


1400-1530
Hall Banat

Modern maintenance technologies for power equipment


Metode moderne de mentenanta a echipamentelor
electroenergetice

RT 4

Future Energy
Leaders in Romania

Tuesday, June 14th,


1400-1530
Hall Maramures

EnerGeneration for Tomorrows Challenges


Generaia energeticienilor pentru provocrile de mine

ABB

Tuesday June 14th,


1400-1530
Hall Moldova

RT 6

ROMATOM

Tuesday June 14th,


1600-1800
Hall Muntenia

RT 7

Free

RT 1

RT 2

RT 5

RT 8

SIEMENS SRL

RT 9

Future Energy
Leaders in Romania

RT 10

Technical University
of Moldova

RT 11

Free

RT 12

Free

Tuesday June 14th,


1600-1800
Hall Banat
Tuesday, June 14th,
1600-1800
Hall Maramures
Tuesday, June 14th,
1600-1800
Hall Moldova

Thursday June 16 ,
1400-1530
Hall Oltenia
th

RT 13

ABB

RT 14
RT 15
RT 16

Free
Free
Free

ABB and GIS applications: Bringing the innovation always further;


High Performance in an Optimized Footprint
ABB si aplicatiile GIS: Ducand inovatia mai departe; Amprenta la sol
optimizata si inalta performata
The role of nuclear power in the Romanian long term energy
mix. Nuclear safety from regulations to practice
Rolul energiei nucleare n mixul energetic romnesc pe termen lung.
Securitatea nuclear de la reglementare la practic
State of the art technologies offered by Siemens in energy sector
Tehnologii de vrf oferite de Siemens n sectorul energetic
EnerGeneration for Tomorrows Challenges
Generaia energeticienilor pentru provocrile de mine
Expanding the integration of the energy sector of Moldova with
Romania
Extinderea proceselor de integrare a sectorului energetic al
Republicii Moldova cu cel al Romaniei

Introduction to ABB outdoor Recloser solutions


Introducerea solutiilor ABB cu reanclasantoare de tip exterior
UniGear Digital, an innovative solution in Medium Voltage
switchgear
UniGear Digital - Solutia inovatoare pentru celule de medie
tensiune

CORPORATE FILMS - on Tuesday, June 14th, 1030-1230, Moldova Hall


CONPET, uniqueness and tradition for over 100 years / CONPET, unicitate si traditie de peste 100 de ani
CONPET, energy for Romania / CONPET, energie pentru Romania
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12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

ACCOMODATION
A specialized and official travel agent WECO TMC will be at your disposal for room reservation, transfers and tourist
visits. Participants are requested to contact this agent directly for all the services included in the Reservation Form (hotel
accommodation, transfers, social and tourist programmes and the respective payments). Reservations have been made at 3
and 4-star hotels in Costinesti, on the Black Sea shore and in Bucharest 3 star hotel. Very attractive rates have been negotiated
by the organizers.
Visiting the website www.cnr-cme.ro you will find Reservation Forms, informations about hotels, room types, room
assignment and payments. The accomodation prices include breakfast and VAT. In order to secure your reservation it
is necessary to receive payment confirmation until May 30th, 2016, to WECO TMC, by bank transfer, credit card or cash.
Cancellation/penalties:
penalty 25% (handling fee) from the reservation deposit for cancellations made between May 10th to May 15th, 2016
penalty 50% from the reservation deposit for cancellations made between May 16th to May 31th, 2016
100% penalties from the reservation deposit for cancellations made after June 1st, 2016.
The accomodation fees are guaranteed according to the reservation terms.
For payment made after April 30th, 2016, the confirmation will be made according to availability.

THE LIST OF HOTELS


IN BUCHAREST
IBIS GARA DE NORD

category: 3*
sauna; cable TV;
room service;
refrigerator;
phone

fee for single/


night/
RON

fee for place in


double room/
night/RON

255

295

STEFANIA

fee for
single/
night/
RON

fee for place


in double
room/
night/RON

room in hotel with AC

179

200

room in hostel with AC

129

150

room in hostel without AC 109

130

IN COSTINESTI
VOX MARIS GRAND RESORT

category: 4*
TV; minibar;
phone; swimming
pool; air
conditioning

fee for
fee for place in
single/
double room/
night/RON night/RON

suite/
night/
RON

standard room / deluxe

300

300

junior suite

600

suite deluxe

750

additional charge
for third person in
apartment

180

category: 3*
TV; refrigerator;
phone;

City fee and parking will be payed directly by the


guests at the reception

PIERRE (HOSTEL)

category: 3*
TV; minibar;
phone; AC

ROYAL

category: 3*
TV; minibar; phone; air conditioning

Fee for single/night


RON

fee for
single/
night/ron

fee for place in


double room/
night/ron

110

130

Fee for place in double room/night


RON

1-4 nights

more than 5 nights

1-4 nights

more than 5 nights

1.06-14.06, room with view to the city

138

95

158

140

1.06-14.06, room with sea view

148

105

168

150

15.06-18.06, room with view to the city

168

120

188

170

15.06-18.06, room with sea view

178

130

198

180

In case of payment in Euro currency, the exchange rate will be made in RON according with the Romanian National Bank exchange rate
from the date of issue the invoice.

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FOREN 2016

ACCOMPANYING PERSONS PROGRAMME


A special and attractive programme has been prepared, comprising evening events and visits to museums, monuments
of architecture and places of art or worskhip and many others. A representative from the tour operator WECO TRAVEL
will be available for the accompanying persons.
The accompanying persons are requested to choose from the following tours (one day tour, for at least 15 persons):

13 June 2016

CONSTANTA SIGHTSEEING TOUR


09:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort.
Departure to Constanta by coach.
Visit to Castrul Roman and archaeological sites.
13:00
Visit to the Dolphinarium Constanta
14:30
Departure to Vox Maris Grand Resort Costinesti.

14 June 2016 / 15 June 2016


09:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort.
Transfer to the Europa Hotel Eforie Nord - yachting,
SPA center procedures, session on request.
14:30
Departure to Vox Maris Grand Resort,
Costinesti.
Reservation / Payment
In order to secure your reservation, please contact directly the Official Travel Agent WECO TRAVEL no later than May 15th,
2016 and send to WECO TRAVEL the payment confirmation until June 1st, 2016.
Method of payment
Bank transfer: BancaTransilvania, Agentia Piata Romana, Sucursala Lipscani. Account no. RO67BTRL04104202124771XX,
to WECO TMC SRL, mentioning For FOREN 2016. A copy of the bank transfer must be sent by fax at (+4021) 242 31
18.
Credit card: VISA, MASTERCARD. Please specify: card type, card number, card owner, card valability, your accept for
the payment
Cash, directly at WECO TRAVEL representatives.
Cancellation/penalties:
penalty 50% from the visit fee, for cancellations made between June 1st, 2016 and June 5th, 2016
penalty 100% from the visit fee, for cancellations made between June 5th, 2016 and June 10th, 2016.

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POST FORUM TOURS


The delegates can benefit from very attractive post-forum tours: Tour of the Black Sea Coast, the Danube-Black Sea
Channel, Histria, Danube Delta, Prahova Valley, Time of Kings, The Days of Dracula, Bucharest-Romanias capital city etc.
For Register, participants are encouraged to use the online REGISTRATION FORMS on the Forum website www.cnr-cme.
ro/foren2016. Also an representative of Official Travel Agent WECO TRAVEL will be present at the Registration Desk in
Vox Maris Grand Resort.
17 June 2016 (one day)

17-18 June 2016 (two days)

VISIT AT CERNAVODA PLANT, WINE TASTING AT


MURFATLAR WINE GROWER

DANUBE DELTA

10:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort. Transfer by
coach at Cernavoda
12:00
Arrival at Cernavoda Nuclear Plant. Visit of the
objective
13:30
Departure to Murfatlar wine grower
14:30
Arrival at Murfatlar. Wine testing, 6 sorts; sandwiches
17:00
Departure to Costinesti.
HISTRIA, NORTH DOBROGEA AND DANUBE
DELTA CRUISE
08:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort. Departure
to Histria Citadel
09:45
Visit at Histria and local museum
10:45
Departure to Celik Dere Monastery
12:00
Visit at Celik Dere Monastery
12:40
Departure to Saon Monastery
13:00
Lunch at Saon Monastery
14:00
Visit at Saon Monastery
15:00
Cruise with motor boat on the Danube Delta lakes
18:00
Arrival at Tulcea
18:30
Dinner in Tulcea at terrace restaurant
20:30
Return at Costinesti.

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Day 1 - 17 June
08:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort. Transfer by
coach
11:30
Arrival in Tulcea. Visit of Danube Delta Museum
12:00
Ship trip on the Danube Delta channels.
Accommodation at 3*** pontoon. Cruise, fishing. In the
Danube Delta you can discover a fascinating world with
fauna, especially birds and flora unique and varied. You
can see the original life style of the Delta habitants.
Dinner on the pontoon
Day 2 - 18 June
08:00
Breakfast
10:00
Departure to Tulcea by boat and later return to Costinesti.
20:00
Arrival at Costinesti.
BUCHAREST
Day 1 - 17 June
07:00
Departure to Bucharest
09:00
Short break on the way
12:00
Arrival at Bucharest, accommodation at 3* Hotel - Ibis
Hotel Gara de Nord. Lunch time. Sightseeing tour. Free
time in the evening
19:30
Dinner at restaurant Romanian traditional menu.

Day 2 - 18 June
08:00
Breakfast
08:45
Check out. The luggage can be deposit in a special room in
hotel lobby. Meeting in front of the hotel for coach transfer
09:00
Visit at Village Museum, Parliament Palace, Romanian
Patriarchy
13:00
Lunch time
14:00
Return to Ibis Hotel to pick-up the luggages.

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

POST FORUM TOURS

3 days

MEDIEVAL SITES

PRAHOVA VALLEY

Day 1 - 17 June
07:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort. Departure
to Sinaia. Short break on the way
12:00
Arrival at Sinaia. Visit the Peles Palace. Lunch time
17:00
Arrival at Brasov; Sightseeing tour; accommodation at
3* hotel; Dinner Romanian - Traditional menu, artistic
program

Day 1 - 17 June
08:00
Meeting in front of Vox Maris Grand Resort. Departure to
Sinaia. Short break on the way
13:30
Arrival in Sinaia. Accommodation at 3* hotel. Lunch at the
hotel restaurant
15:30
Free time. Recommendations: transfer with tele - cabin
at 2000 m altitude Bucegi Mountain; walking to Sinaia
Monastery; trip to Cota 1400
19:00
Dinner at hotel restaurant.

Day 2 - 18 June
08:00
Breakfast
09:00
Brasov - sightseeing tour
10:00
Visit at Bran Castle
11:00
Departure to Sighisoara
13:30
Arrival at Sighisoara; Visit at medieval City Center;
Lunch time
16:00
Departure to Sibiu
18:00
Arrival at Sibiu ; accommodation at 3* hotel
18:30
Seightseeing tour historical city center. Dinner at the
family ranch in Sibiel Village.

Day 3 - 19 June
08:00
Breakfast
09:00
Departure to Bucharest via Cozia Monastery - Olt
Defile
12:00
Lunch time at Ramnicu - Valcea City
14:30
Arrival at Bucharest at Ibis Hotel, near North Railway
Station
Acommodation in Bucharest is not included in package.

Day 2 - 18June
08:00
Breakfast
09:00
Visit at Peles Castle
10:30
Departure to Poiana Brasov
12:00
Arrival at Poiana Brasov. Free time in city center shopping
13:00
Lunch at Coliba Haiducilor restaurant (not included in
the package price)
14:00
Departure to Bran Castle
15:00
Visit at Bran Castle
16:30
Departure to Brasov
17:15
Arrival at Brasov. Accommodation at 3* hotel
18:00
Walking in city center
20:00
Dinner at restaurant in Brasov. Artistic program and
Romanian traditional menu.
Day 3 - 19 June
08:00
Breakfast
09:00
Departure to Bucharest by coach
10:30
Short break on the way
12:00
Bucharest Sightseeing Tour
14:30
Visit at Parliament Palace
15:30
Transfer to Ibis Hotel.
Accommodation is not included in package.
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FOREN 2016 SESSIONS


DISCUSSION SESSIONS

NATIONAL POLICIES AND OBJECTIVES TO MEET EU ENERGYENVIRONMENT POLICY INTEGRATION

PRESIDIUM OF SECTION

Responsible organizer: ISPE

Chairman

Dan Ioan Gheorghiu, ISPE

Member

Daniela Cristina Burnete, ISPE

Member

Valeriu Binig, Ernst & Young

Member

Radu Dudau, EPG

Raporteur General

Marian Dobrin, ISPE

Secretary

Irina Voda, ISPE

KEY ISSUE 1

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT POLICIES

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Muntenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Dan Ioan Gheorghiu, ISPE

Member

Daniela Cristina Burnete, ISPE

Member

Valeriu Binig, Ernst & Young

Member

Radu Dudau, EPG

Raporteur

Marian Dobrin, ISPE

Secretary

Irina Voda, ISPE

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Economic convergence and energy


convergence in the European Union

Lucian-Liviu Albu

IPE, Romanian Academy

Challenges and opportunities for the


Romanian energy sector in light of the EU
Energy Union Strategy

Alexandru Valeriu Binig

Ernst & Young

Forecast of Energy Demand During 2014


2035 in Romania. Comparisons between Data
Reported to European Union and the Possible
Developments of the Energy Demand

Daniela Burnete
Anca Popescu
Marian Dobrin
Irina Vod
Anca Bardici

ISPE

Aspects of Energy and Environmental Policies


in Romania

Cora Bulmu

University Politehnica of Bucharest

Implication Regarding the Application


in Roumania of Decisions 406/2009/EC
Provisions on the Effort of Member States to
Reduce Their Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Oana Falup
Iulia Mircea
Roxana Ivan
Ioana Ionel

Politehnica University of
Timisoara, ISPE

Irene Samoil
Claudia Tomescu

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Politehnica University of
Timisoara
ISPE

Warning systems - part of hydropowers


security system

Irinel Daniela Iacob


Ctlin Popescu

SPEEH Hidroelectrica

Integration of Power Transmission System of


The Republic of Moldova in ENTSO-E

Ilie Timofte
Natalia Timofte

Institute of Power Engineering,


Academy of Sciences of Moldova

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KEY ISSUE 2

SECURITY OF ENERGY SUPPLY

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Muntenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Elena Popescu, Ministry of Energy

Member

Alexandru Sndulescu, Ministry of Economy, Republic of Moldova

Member

Carmen Neagu, Energobit

Raporteur

Claudia Tomescu, ISPE

Secretary

Irina Vod, ISPE

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Increasing the energy security of supply


level in Republic of Moldova

Alexandru Sandulescu

Ministry of Economy, Republic of


Moldova

Energy Security and the Consumers


Capacity to Pay for it

Ion Comendant

Power Engineering Institute,


Academy of Sciences of Moldova

Emissions Limit Values ror Medium


Combustion Plants. Implementation of
Directive 2015/2193/EC

Oana Falup
Iulia Mircea
Roxana Ivan
Ioana Ionel
Irene Samoil
Claudia Tomescu

Politehnica University of Timisoara,


ISPE

The Role of Hydropower in Sustainable


Development comments based on IHA
White Paper

Dan Stematiu

Romanian Academy of Technical


Sciences

Does The Generosity_Creativity_Solidarity


Triad Matter On Energy Security
Contemporary Inquiries?

Nicolae Bulz

Interdisciplinary (e-)Laboratory M.
Eminescu - S. Haret - V. Ghika, 2000
Institute of Chartered Accountants
Scotland (ICAS)

KEY ISSUE 3

Eliza-Cristina Bulz

Politehnica University of Timisoara


Institute for Studies and Power
Engineering

ENERGY ACCESIBILITY AND FINANCIAL MECHANISMS

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Muntenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Virgil Muatescu, WEC/RNC

Member

Otilia Marin, ANRE

Member

George Darie, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Constantin Bloiu, Craiova Energy Complex

Raporteur General

Marian Dobrin, ISPE

Secretary

Irina Vod, ISPE

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Consideration on the vulnerability of energy


services users

Ctlin Zamfir
Virgil Muatescu

ICCV
WEC/RNC

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No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

How to enable renewable wind energy


financing in Central and Eastern Europe
(CEE)

Eliza Cristina BULZ

ICAS, UK

Flexible Generation for Conventional


Thermal Power Plants: Current Status and
Trends

Diana Tuic
George Darie
Victor Cenu
Florin Alexe
Mihaela Norior

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Small distributed renewable energy


generation for low voltage distribution
networks

Mircea Chindri
Andrei Cziker
Anca Miron
Dumitru Sacerdotianu

Technical University of ClujNapoca

KEY ISSUE 4

ICMET Craiova

RENEWABLE SOURCES IN ROMANIA AND WORLDWIDE

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Muntenia Hall

PANEL

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Chairman

Nicolae Golovanov, WEC/RNC

Member

Ovidiu Pop, IRE

Member

Silvia Vlsceanu, ACUE

Member

Corneliu Rdulescu, ANRE

Raporteur General

Anca Popescu, ISPE

Secretary

Irina Vod, ISPE

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Wind Potential in Dobrogea

Darie Tudor
Adrian Sabu
Andrei Preda

Maritime University of Constanta

The geothermal potential of oil deposits in


Romania

Nicolae Trac-Chiri
Radu Mircesu
Ion Stoian
Bogdan Biro

GASOIL SERVICE SRL

Developing wind and solar energy in


Dobrogea

Tudor Darie
Andrei Preda

Maritime University of Constanta

Renewable energy school of skills SouthEast Europe

Tudor Darie
Enache Sebastian

Maritime University of Constanta


MONSSON

Sustainable energy in remote areas from


countries under development from West
and Central Africa implementation of
renewable energy systems

Vanina Pran
Alina Ion
Mihaela Ghi
Monica Ungureanu
Florin Ciauiu

Tractebel Engineering

Management - theory to practice for wind


farms

Tudor Darie
Andrei Preda

Maritime University of Constanta

Cogeneration can Renewable Energy listed as?

Petre Terzi

SPERIN

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12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

KEY ISSUE 5

USES OF RENEWABLE SOURCES

Thursday morning, June 16th, 2016, 1030-1230 h, Muntenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Ion Eduard Chiescu, ISPE

Member

Ctlin Chimirel, Transelectrica

Member

Mihail Culcer, ICSI Rm. Valcea

Member

Clin Vilt, WEC/RNC

Member

Daniela Cristina Burnete, ISPE

Raporteur General

Adriana Milandru, ISPE

Secretary

Irina Vod, ISPE

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Phyto2Energy Exploitation for local


energy purposes of the biomass production
from the phytoremediation process of
heavy metal polluted areas

Daniel Bisorca
Adriana Milandru
Cristina Dima
Daniela Burnete
Sebastian Werle
Izabela Ratman-Klosinska
Marta Pogrzeba

ISPE

Thermodynamic Modeling for Performance


Analysis of Diesel Engine Fuelled with palm
oil Biodiesel Blends with Diesel

Mohanad Alduhaiadawi
Viorel Badescu
Radu Chiriac
Bogdan Radu
Horatiu Pop

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Islanding detection methods used for PV


systems applications

Mihai Andrei Ionescu

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Improving the thermal regime of buildings


through balanced insulation and use of
solar panels as regenerative elements

Ioan Gf-Deac

Solid Biomass Perspective in Moldova Rural


Energy

Dumitru Bostan
Valentin Arion

Silesian University of Technology


Institute for Ecology of Industrial
Areas, Katowice

Knowledge-based Development
Foundation, Bucharest
Mihai Sorin Radu
University of Petrosani
Cicerone Marinescu
University of iteti
Ilie Ionel Ciuclea
SUPERCOM Bucharest, University
of Petrosani
Ioana Andreea Marinescu Spiru Haret University Bucharest
Ioan I. Gf-Deac
Bioterra University Bucharest
Bogdan Viorel Streza
Jacobs University Bremen,
Andrei Nicolae
Germany
Technical University of Moldova

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ENERGY MARKETS. MARKET VS PLANNING. TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION


OPERATORS ROLE IN ENERGY MARKET. STABILITY VS FLEXIBILITY

PRESIDIUM OF SECTION

Responsible organizer: CEZ Romania

Chairman

Adrian Borotea, CEZ Romania

Member

George Cristian Lzroiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Georgeta Ion, OPCOM

Raporteur General

Radu Pentiuc, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava

Secretary

Mihaela Teliceanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

KEY ISSUE 1

ENERGY MARKETS ISSUES

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Oltenia Hall

PANEL

30

Chairman

Adrian Borotea, CEZ Romania

Member

George Cristian Lzroiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Georgeta Ion, OPCOM

Raporteur General

Radu Pentiuc, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava

Secretary

Mihaela Teliceanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Risk Assessment Methodology


Requirements for Power Companies

Simona Louise Voronca

CNTEE Transelectrica

Binomial Tariff of the Power Supply Service Between Novelty and Good Practice

Iulian-Nicusor Aram
Ionel Boran

Dunarea de Jos University of


Galati

Changes caused to the energy prices by


the optimal structure of the groups and
communities that form a Power System

Iordache Loghin

CNTEE Transelectrica, OMEPA

Moldovan electricity market problems:


legal provisions and reality

Nicolae Mogoreanu

Moldovan Association of Energy


Consumers

Market Coupling the most recently step


in development of the Day-Ahead Market

Alexandru Suciu
Cristian Tudorache
Mihai Dobre
Maria Dumitrescu
Georgeta Ion

OPCOM

The Future Role of DSOs for wellfunctioning retail energy markets

Dumitru Federenciuc
Marian Geanta
Calin Vilt
Elena Dumitru

ELECTRICA
ELECTRICA
WEC/RNC
ELECTRICA

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KEY ISSUE 2

INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE SOURCES

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Oltenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Bogdan Popa, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Mihaela Ghi, Tractebel Engineering

Member

Doina Iliiu, Transelectrica

Raporteur General

Radu Pentiuc, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava

Secretary

Mihaela Teliceanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Photovoltaic (PV) lighting in urban and rural


communities

Ionut Ciobanu
Radu Pentiuc

University Politehnica of
Bucharest
Stefan cel Mare University of
Suceava

Consideration On Operation
of Photovoltaic Power Plants

Doina Ilisiu
Carmen Stnescu

CNTEE Transelectrica, UnO-DEN


CNTEE Transelectrica, OMEPA
Sibiu
Electrica
University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Dorel Stnescu
Petru Postolache
3

The impact of photovoltaic power plants


connected into 20 kV public grid at
ELECTRICA Romania Mures. PV 2,8 MW
Case Study

Daniel-Cornel Blan

SFDEE Electrica Transilvania Sud,


Mures Subsidiary

Problems Connecting the Renewable in the


Medium Voltage Networks

Georgiana Balaban
Hermina Albert
Nicolae Golovanov
George Cristian Lzroiu

ISPE

The impact of new generation structure


within a power system on the steady-state
stability sections

Mihaela Ghi
Cristina avlovschi
Florin Ioni
Angela Cristescu
Florin Ciauiu

Tractebel Engineering

A new methodology for the determination


of the operating flow of a hydroelectric
power plant

Cristian Purece
Bogdan Popa
Eliza Tic

ICEMENERG
University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Taking Inflation into Account in the


Evaluation of the Energy Efficiency and
Renewable Energy Projects (Microeconomic
Approach)

Valentin Arion
Viorica Hlusov
Clin Negur

Technical University of Moldova

Possibilities for developing renewable energy


cluster in Dobrogea

Tudor Darie
Andrei Preda

Maritime University of Constanta

Voltage Control in a network area using


voltage / reactive power control loops of
wind and photovoltaic power plants

Daniela Firica
Cristian Tudor
Doina Ilisiu

CNTEE Transelectrica, Uno-DEN

10

Challenges facing power distribution


operators to upgrade managed infrastructure
with the purpose to integrate distributed
generation sources

Dumitru Federenciuc
Marian Geant
Cristian Stoia
Nicolae Golovanov

ELECTRICA

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

University Politehnica of
Bucharest
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KEY ISSUE 3

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

RISKS IN POWER SYSTEMS

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Oltenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Alice Rducanu, Transelectrica

Member

Carmen Stnescu, Transelectrica

Member

Gheorghe Indre, Transelectrica

Raporteur General

Radu Pentiuc, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava

Secretary

Mihaela Teliceanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Methodologies and modern techniques for


the quantification of occupational risks in
the electrical installations with impact on
the occupational health and security policy
of the National Power Grid Company CNTEE
TRANSELECTRICA SA

Alice Rducanu
Marin Stefan
Cornelia Marcolt
Angela Stanca
Agnes erbnescu

CNTEE Transelectrica

Live Operating Efficiency in Applying New


Technologiese

Ioan Rodean
Carmen Stnescu
Daniel Morar
Vasile Blan
Mircea Baciu
Marius Oltean

CNTEE Transelectrica, ST Sibiu

SMART

Technical risk assessment for the retroffited


substations of TRANSELECTRICA Sibiu
Subsidiary

Carmen Stanescu
Valentin Zaharescu
Raul Matiu
Daniel Morar

CNTEE TRANSELECTRICA

Power systems resilience given the current


challenges and the organization and
functioning of electricity markets

Gheorghe Indre
Daniel Balaci
Catalin Bogus

CNTEE TRANSELECTRICA

Considerations on Cyber Security Protection


and Control Systems in Electric Networks

Dragos Danubianu
Miron Alexandru

CNTEE Transelectrica, ST Bacau


Stefan cel Mare University of
Suceava
CNTEE Transelectrica, ST Bacau
Stefan cel Mare University of
Suceava

Marian Dragomir
Radu Dumitru Pentiuc
Cezar Popa
Elena Crenguta Bobric

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Coexistence of birds with electrical


distribution power lines

Mihai Barbu
Cristina Vasiliu
Simona Cioangher

SDFEE ELECTRICA

Cybersecurity resilience in Critical


infrastructures - the grid SCADA system

Paul Mladin

CNTEE Transelectrica

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

KEY ISSUE 4

NATIONAL POWER SYSTEM WITHIN EUROPE

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Oltenia Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Mircea Eremia, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Ctlin Chimirel, Transelectrica

Member

Iordache Loghin, Transelectrica

Raporteur General

Radu Pentiuc, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava

Secretary

Mihaela Teliceanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Improvement of electric power systems


performances using HVDC links

Alisa Manoloiu
Lucian Toma
Mircea Eremia

University Politehnica of Bucharest

Current issues on asset management in the


companies with role of Transmission System
Operator on electricity market

Adrian Constantin Rusu


Gheorghe Indre
Daniel Balaci
Catalin Bogus

CNTEE Transelectrica

IT Systems Stability Control


in Virtual Environment

Paul Mladin
Daniela Stoicescu

CNTEE Transelectrica

Capacity Allocation Current Practice and


Expected Development

Daniela Diaconu
Mihaela Stanca Petrescu
Ioana Craciun
Florina Amza
Octavia Unguroiu

CNTEE Transelectrica, Uno-DEN

The Importance of the Ancillary Services to


Maintain The National Power System Safety,
within the Present Situation of Permanent
Development of the Renewable Power Plants
(Wind and Photovoltaic)

Emanuel Ionita
Ioana Craciun

CNTEE Transelectrica, Uno-DEN

Synchronous Interconnection of Ukrainian and


Moldovan Power Systems to the Continental
European ENTSO-E Power System

Daniela Bolborici
Ciprian Diaconu
Oana Zachia

CNTEE Transelectrica

Europe's future secure and sustainable


electricity infrastructure: e-Highway2050
project results

Ciprian Diaconu
Simona Soare

CNTEE Transelectrica

A powerfull tool in the protection settings


measurement of OHL electrical parameter

Gheorghe Moraru
Florin Balasiu
Dan Soare

SMART Sibiu
CN Transelectrica, DEN
SMART Sibiu

Propagation of disturbances as voltage


fluctuations in transmission networks

Hermina Albert
Nicolae Golovanov
Luminita Elefterescu

ISPE
University Politehnica of Bucharest
ISPE

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

33

FOREN 2016
KEY ISSUE 5

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

PERFORMANCES OF POWER SYSTEM

Thursday morning, June 16th, 2016, 1030-1230 h, Oltenia Hall

PANEL

34

Chairman

Miron Laureniu Goia, WEC-RNC

Member

Gabriela Presada, Transelectrica

Member

Nicoleta Elena Roca, ISPE

Raporteur General

Radu Pentiuc, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava

Secretary

Mihaela Teliceanu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Improvement of the voltage control in the


Romanian Power System using FACTS devices

Gabriela Presada

CNTEE Transelectrica, UnO-DEN

Internal technical procedures issues regarding


substation automation systems based on IEC
61850

Florin Balasiu
Daniel Bucur
Andrei Romanescu
Hariss Nicorescu

Transelectrica

Developments in the medium voltage neutral


grounding

M.L.Goia
R.Zimand

WEC/RNC

Implementation of automatic control voltage


- reactive power in Romania, a necessary and
effective action

Nicoleta Elena Roca


Hermina Albert
George Lavrov
Bogdan Marcu

ISPE

Speed control of stepper motors using MATLAB Ciprian Afanasov


SIMULINK PROGRAMMING environment
Radu Dumitru Pentiuc

Stefan cel Mare University of


Suceava

New Romanian technical regulations regarding


power quality for transmission and distribution
networks

Hermina Albert
Luminita Elefterescu
Nicolae Golovanov
Stefan Gheorghe
Cristian Lazaroiu
Carmen Stanescu
Doina Ilisiu
Gabriela Munteanu

ISPE

SMART

University Politehnica of
Bucharest
CNTEE TRANSELECTRICA
ANRE

New tendencies in Romania regarding high


voltage equipment testing

Marius Oltean
Traian Fagarasan
Adrian Farcas

SMART Sibiu
SMART
SMART

INCESAs Smartgrid Laboratory A Complex


Smart Grid Research Unit

Denisa Rusinaru
Leonardo Geo Manescu
Paul Mihai Mircea
Andrei Negoita

University of Craiova
ARC Brasov

Power Supply Technology for Consumers by


Smart Connection to the Medium Voltage
Network

Berzan V.
Ermurachi Iu.
Postoronc Sv.

Power Engineering Institute of


Academy of Sciences of Moldova

10

Electromagnetic Field Calculation for 110 KV


Power Line

Berzan V.
Paiuc V.
Rbacova G.
Savin I.

Power Engineering Institute of


Academy of Sciences of Moldova
State Enterprise Centre of
Applied Metrology and
Certification, Balti Office
Republic of Moldova

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA


No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

11

Simulation of the mode of frequency


adjustable electric connection

alinin L.P.
Zaitsev D..
Tirsu .S.
Golub I.V.

Power Engineering Institute


of Academy of Sciences of
Moldova

12

Solutions for capacity increasing on 220 KV


OHL Stejaru-Gheorghieni-Fntnele

Marian Dasclu
Relu Lambeanu

Tractebel Engineering
ISPE

ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENERGY CONSERVATION, NEW TRENDS


AND ISSUES

PRESIDIUM OF SECTION

Responsible organizer: Icpe

Chairman

Cornel Jivan, Icpe

Member

Valentin Nvrpescu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Corneliu Rdulescu, ANRE

Raporteur General

Nicolae Golovanov, WEC/RNC

Secretary

Viorel Ursu, Icpe

KEY ISSUE 1

EFFICIENT INDUSTRY

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Banat Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Cornel Jivan, Icpe

Member

Valentin Nvrpescu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Corneliu Radulescu, ANRE

Raporteur

Nicolae Golovanov, WEC/RNC

Secretary

Viorel Ursu, Icpe

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

ICPE ACTEL high-tech solutions applied to


energy efficiency improvement to producers
and users

Ion Potrniche

ICPE ACTEL

Considerations on the significance of the


energy intensity indicator

Vasile Rugin
Anca Badea

INCDE ICEMENERG

Analyze about the level of energy efficiency of


an industrial consumer

Ioan Felea
Vlad Chirea
Emil Dale
Adrian Felea

University of Oradea

Energy Efficiency in Romania indicators,


trends and policies

Iuliana Lazr

ANRE

PROCLIENT: Inteligent energy monitoring


system for industry

Bogdan Florian Dinu

ROENER ENERGYPRO

Opportunity for Energy Services for Energy


Efficiency Promotion

Roxana Ptracu
Eduard Minciuc

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Energy Efficiency Developments in the Republic


Natalia Timofte
of Moldova following the Accession to the Energy
Community

Institute of Power
Engineering of the Academy
of Sciences of Moldova
Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

35

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

The Controlled Compact Power Lines of a High


Voltage

Postolati V.
Bycova .
Suslov V.
Timashova L.
Shakarian Yu.
Kareva S.

Power Engineering Institute


of Academy of Sciences of
Moldova
Research and Development
Center at Federal Grid
Company of United Energy
System, Joint-stock company
Russia

KEY ISSUE 2

EFFICIENT BUILDINGS

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Banat Hall

PANEL

36

Chairman

Valentin Nvrpescu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Adrian Nicolaescu, County of Constanta

Member

Ruxandra Crutescu, PASIV HOUSE

Raporteur

Paula Angheli, Icpe

Secretary

Viorel Ursu, Icpe

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

NeZeR - Promotion of smart and integrated NZEB


renovation measures in the European renovation market

Adriana Milandru
Madalina Anastasiu
Riikka Holopainen
Erik Alselma
Leire Garmendia
Jenny Gode

ISPE
ISPE
VTT Finland
W/E Netherland
TECNALIA Spain
IVL Sweden

Implementing Energy Efficiency in public buildings


through energy services companies (ESCOs)

Bogdan Anton

Tractebel
Engineering

Energy performance of buildings and indoor


environmental quality current trends and challenges

Paula Angheli

Icpe

Heat transfer dynamics in a heat exchanger used in a


marine heat pump

Andrei Preda
Tudor Darie

Maritime University
of Constanta

Increasing Energy Efficiency throughout Simulation


Based Control for Non-Residential Existing Buildings

Bogdan-Alexandru Onose
Viorel Ursu
Lucian Nicolae Demeter

Icpe

Cost optimal renovation and Nearly Zero Energy


Buildings in Romania, related to EPBD 31/2010/UE

Dan Constantinescu

ASTR

Complex monitoring and control solution for ventilation


systems

Mihai Aurelian Hanek


Corneliu Jivan
Gabriel Vataselu

Icpe

Power quality in the process of certification of wind


power plants, photovoltaic power plants and energy
storage facilities

Doina Iliiu
Cristian Tudor

CNTEE
Transelectrica,
Uno-DEN

Identification of the Conductive Transfer Function,


in Transient Regime, for Homogenous Wall, Without
Internal Heat Sources Using State Space Representation

Vladimir Tanasiev
Horia Necula
Adrian Badea

University
Politehnica of
Bucharest

10

Wireless monitoring system for Air Quality Parameters

Gabriel Vataselu
Corneliu Jivan
Mihai Aurelian Hanek

Icpe

11

EfdeN more than a house. Education. Research.


Interaction. Awareness

Claudiu Butacu

EFdeN

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

KEY ISSUE 3

SMART CITIES

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Banat Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Adrian Nicolaescu, County of Constanta

Member

Adrian Graur, Stefan cel MareUniversity of Suceava

Member

Ion Chiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Camelia Ra, Energy-Cities Romania Association

Raporteur

Ionel Popa, Icpe

Secretary

Viorel Ursu, Icpe

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Controversial aspects raised by the


implementation of the bonus scheme for
the promotion of electricity generated
through high efficiency cogeneration

Virgil Muatescu
Cristian Podac
Ioana Opri

CNR-CME
ANRE
University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Particularities regarding the energy


potential of Romanian marine waters

Andrei Preda
Tudor Darie

Maritime University of
Constanta

Marine Energy potential

Andrei Preda
Tudor Darie

Maritime University of
Constanta

Building integrated solar thermal

Mihai Aurelian Hanek


Corneliu Jivan
Gabriel Vataselu
Maricica Pesteri

Icpe

Green cluster energy Constana Dobrich


initial strategy

Tudor Darie
Andrei Preda

Maritime University of
Constanta

145kV Vacuum circuit-breaker for 110kV


power plants - a modern and ecological
solution for Romania

Alexandru Radulian
Nicolae Mocioi
Ionut Daniel Deaconu

Icpe

Flexible balancing power services within


four control zones, using e-trading platform;
Future Flow Project

Doina Ilisiu
Tania Roman

CNTEE Transelectrica,
Uno-DEN

Analysys of Potential Development for


Offshore Wind Power Plants in Romania

Gabriela Nicoleta Sava


Sorina Costina

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

37

FOREN 2016
KEY ISSUE 4

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

ELECTRIC MOBILITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Banat Hall

PANEL

38

Chairman

Adrian Nicolaescu, County of Constanta

Member

Ion Chiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Member

Camelia Ra, Energy-Cities Romania Association

Raporteur

Ionel Popa, Icpe

Secretary

Viorel Ursu, Icpe

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Overhead power line automation a SmartGrid


concept

Radu Holom
Ioan Suciu
Nilu Pasca
Eugen Trancau
Stefan Constantin
Andrei Cioboata

ELECTRICA, FDEE Transilvania


Sud, SDEE Alba
ADREM AUTOMATION

Complete solutions to achieve electric propulsion


for light vehicles

Mihaita Gabriel Neacsu


Viorel Serban Stanciu
Gabriel Valeriu
Rasnoveanu
Silviu Stefan Matei
Constantin Nicolescu

Icpe

Design, Numerical Simulation and Experimental


Validation of a Permanent Magnet Brushless
Motor for Small Electric Vehicle

Bogdan Varaticeanu
Paul Minciunescu
Silviu Matei
Constantin Nicolescu
Maricica Pesteri

Icpe

Real Time Control and Monitoring of Distribution


Network

Ion Dobre
Radu Holom
Niculai Stanciu
Dorel Stnescu

FDEE ELECTRICA DISTRIBUIE


TRANSILVANIA SUD

Autonomous power system for supplying electric


vehicles using renewable energy sources

Bogdan-Alexandru Onose
Viorel Ursu
Lucian Nicolae Demeter

Icpe

Smart Grid Management through Megadata

Paul Mladin
Mihaela Tomescu

CNTEE Transelectrica

A new electric vehicles conductive charging


station developed in Romania

Alexandru Radulian
Nicolae Mocioi

Icpe

Decrease of the Joule losses by installing the


AERO-Zconductors

Miron Alba

CEZ DISTRIBUTIE

Good practices promoted by distribution


operators to integrate electric vehicles

Sorin Morariu
Ramiro Angelescu,
Dumitru Federenciuc

ELECTRICA

10

Towards an Energy Management Culture.


OMV Petrom Case Study

Mdlin Apostol

OMV Petrom

11

OMV Petrom SA an important operator is


generating energy savings through the use of
combined cycle power plants and cogeneration

Justian Liviu Rentea

OMV Petrom

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

KEY ISSUE 5

ENERGY STORAGE

Thurday morning, June 16th, 2016, 1030-1230 h, Banat Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Paul Pencioiu, ICPE

Member

Nicolae Olariu, University Valahia of Targoviste

Member

Adrian Adam, ICEMENERG

Raporteur

Viorel Stanciu, Icpe

Secretary

Viorel Ursu, Icpe

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Technical and economic implications for Battery


Energy Storage System integration within Wind
Power Plant configuration

Florin Ionita
Alina Ion
Vanina Pirsan
Cristina Savlovschi
Florin Ciausiu

Tractebel Engineering

Hydrogen technologies for energy storage and


critical infrastructures, actual and perspective
progresses at ICSI Rm.Valcea

Ioan Iordache
Dorin Schitea
Adriana Marinoiu
Simona Raboaca
Constantin Toma
Gabi Rasoi

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Special materials based on Ni-Ti with


applications in cryogenic energy storage

Gabriel Rasoi
Dorin Schitea
Ioan Iordache
Mihai Varlam

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Storage of electric energy, a condition


forsustainable development

Mihai Teleanu

The future of electrochemical energy storage at


ICSI Rm Valcea

Ioan Stefanescu
Mihai Varlam
Elena Carcadea
Mihaela Buga

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Hybryd energy storage systems for renewable


energy sorces: Applications and challenges

Alexandru Ciocan
Mihai Balan
Mihaela Buga

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Performance assessment of Li-ion batteries by


using the multi-tag FuelCON work test station

Constantin Bubulinca
Stanica Enache
Mihaela Buga

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Large scale energy storage solutions comparison


in the Romanian context - pumped-hydro vs.
Battery storage and Power-to-Gas is Tarnita the
only option?

Mihai Balan
Alexandru Ciocan
Mihaela Buga

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

39

FOREN 2016

4A

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

OIL AND GAS - CONVENTIONAL AND UNCONVENTIONAL


Responsible organizer: ROMGAZ

PRESIDIUM OF SECTION
Chairman

Niculae Napoleon Antonescu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti / WEC-RNC

Member

Nicolae Anastasiu, University of Bucharest

Member

Dan Paul tefnescu, ROMGAZ

Member

Lazr Avram, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Member

Ioan Ignat, ROMGAZ

Raporteur General

Florin Tobescu, ANRE

Secretary

Mirela Pleca, ANRE

KEY ISSUE 1

GEOLOGY AND RESERVOIR ENGINEERING IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Maramures Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Niculae Napoleon Antonescu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti / WEC/RNC

Member

Nicolae Anastasiu, University of Bucharest

Member

Dan Paul tefnescu, ROMGAZ

Member

Lazr Avram, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Member

Ioan Ignat, ROMGAZ

Raporteur

Florin Tobescu, ANRE

Secretary

Mirela Pleca, ANRE

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Standard source rocks in the Romanian


petroleum systems an overview

Nicolae Anastasiu

University of Bucharest

Pannonian Basin Petroleum System


Particularities

Mihail-Valentin Batistatu

Petroleum-Gas University of
Ploiesti

Uncertainties in gas resources and reserves


evaluation; impact and economic risk

Argentina Ttaru
Dan Paul tefnescu
Florinel uoiu

ROMGAZ

Methods to access undrained zones in


mature gas reservoirs

Ion Foida
Nicolae Bogdan Simescu
Sandor Bolazs

ROMGAZ

With the view to a comprehensible


perception into the inner meaning of the
geological fossil gas resources, from the
Romania underground.

Constantin Capraru

WEC/RNC

International Petroleum Engineering


Curricula towards a More Resilient
Swinging Global Market

Catalin Teodoriu
Gioia Falcone

Mewbourne School of
Petroleum and Geological
Engineering

Geothermal Energy - Clean and Cheap


Energy

Marian Rizea
Gheorghe Buliga
Violeta ufan-Dumitriu

Universitatea Ecologica Buc.


AOSR
SIPG

40

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

KEY ISSUE 2

ECONOMIC AND SAFETY / RISK ISSUES IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Maramures Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Dan Paul tefnescu, ROMGAZ

Member

Ion Foida, ROMGAZ

Member

Mihai Gheorghioiu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Raporteur

Florin Tobescu, ANRE

Secretary

Mirela Pleca, ANRE

No Title of paper

Authors

Company

Development of natural gas market


administrated by OPCOM SA on transparency
and non-discriminatory principles in
European context

Rodica Popa
Daniela Bulboac
Claudiu Anghelescu

OPCOM

Hazard risks impact on critical infrastructures


(examples on natural gas networks of Italy
and Romania)

Ionut Purica

IPE-INCE, Romanian Academy

Special construction tax influence on


economically exploitable gas reserves

Marius Nenisanu
Adriana Tatu
Eugen Sorescu

ROMGAZ

The effect of the gradual liberalization of gas


prices for domestic consumers on the retail
market to industrial consumers

Ioan Ignat

ROMGAZ

Aspects regarding explosion risk assessment


in petrol and gas industry

Mihaela Prian
Florin Adrian Pun
Adrian Marius Jurca
Niculina Vtavu
Leonard Lupu

INCD-INSEMEX PETROSANI

Computer aided study of the scenarios


regarding the explosion risk reduction when
manipulating natural gas facilities

Nicolae Ion Vlasin


Constantin Lupu
Victor Arad
Susana Arad
Marius Suvar Cornel

INSEMEX Petrosani

Operational perspectives for sustainable


storage and transport of natural gas in
Eastern part of Romania

Iosif Andras

University of Petrosani

Elena Maria Opris


Mihai Opris
Ioan I. Gf-Deac
Cristina Monica Valeca
Maria Gf-Deac
Andrei Nicolae

DGSUD Ploieti
Od.STA, Focani
Spiru Haret University Bucharest
University of Pitesti
Bioterra University Bucharest
Jacobs University Bremen,
Germany

Condition Monitoring of Pumps Using Sound


and Vibration Interpretation: A Comparison

Adonis-Costin Ichim
Catalin Teodoriu

Mewbourne School of Petroleum


and Geological Engineering
Petroleum-Gas University of
Ploiesti

Mihail Minescu

University of Petrosani
INSEMEX Petrosani

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

41

FOREN 2016
KEY ISSUE 3

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA


DRILLING AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES, PIPELINES TO
TRANSPORT OIL AND GAS. BIOFUELS

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Maramures Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Lazr Avram, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Member

Ioan Ignat, ROMGAZ

Member

Mihai Gheorghioiu, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Member

Ioan Gf-Deac, Spiru Haret University

Raporteur

Florin Tobescu, ANRE

Secretary

Mirela Pleca, ANRE

No Title of paper

Authors

Company

Infrastructures for operationalisation the


maintenance states and monitoring the
pipe network and storage facilities for
natural gas

Ioan Gf-Deac

Knowledge-based Development
Foundation Bucharest

Elena Maria Opris


Mihai Sorin Radu
Mihai Opris
Andrei Nicolae
Cristina Monica Valeca
Ioan I. Gf-Deac
Stela Dinescu

DGSUD Ploieti
University of Petrosani
Od.STA, Focani
Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
University of Piteti
Spiru Haret University Bucharest
University of Petrosani

Classification of specific corosion


processes of natural gas transportation
and distribution pipes

Andrei Leca

GEROM International

Elena Maria Opris


Mihai Opris
Andrei Nicolae
Cristina Monica Valeca
Ioan I. Gf-Deac

DGSUD Ploieti
Od.STA, Focani
Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
University of Piteti
Spiru Haret University Bucharest

The Shale Gas Wells Completion:


Another Point of View

Mihail
Gheorghitoiu

AMROMCO

The effect of calculated ECD at each


second together with enhanced
ecological drilling fluid on hole cleaning
in deepwater wells

Niculae Napoleon
Antonescu
Lazr Avram
Aurelian Ganea
Marius Stan
Valentin Tudorache

Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Riser Column Stability Concerns for DeepWater And Ultra Deep Water Drilling

Niculae Napoleon
Antonescu
Claudiu Tanasa
Lazar Avram
Marius Stan
Valentin Tudorache

Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Studies concerning the efficiency of the


composite material wraps used to repair
transmission pipelines with local metal
loss defects

Andrei Dumitrescu
Gheorghe Zecheru
Petro Yukhymets

Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti

Alin Dinita
Roman Dmytrienko
7

42

Production of Alternative Solid and Liquid


Fuels Using Waste Thermal Conversion

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

Stanciulescu Iustina
Gabriela Ionescu
Adrian Badea
Cosmin Marculescu

E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute


of the National Academy of Science
of Ukraine, Kiev
Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti
E.O. Paton Electric Welding Institute,
Nat. Acad. of Science of Ukraine
University Politehnica of Bucharest

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA


No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Comparative Analysis of Biomass Combustion and


Gasification for Power Generation

Raluca Nicoleta Trtea


Adrian Badea
Cosmin Mrculescu

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Aspects concerning the in-line inspection with


intelligent godevil of crude oil transmission lines sized
12 14 20 and 28 operated by CONPET SA, as the basic
method in pipeline integrity management

Ion Beldiman
Ctlin Ionescu

CONPET

10

Artificial Lift Strategy Implementation in OMV Petrom

Liviu Firu

OMV Petrom

11

GasJack compressor - A challenge for production


optimization in OMV Petrom

Vasile Stnculescu
Laureniu Niculeanu

OMV Petrom

4B

NUCLEAR ENERGY
Responsible organizer: RATEN

PRESIDIUM OF SECTION
Chairman

erban Valeca, Romanian Parliament

Member

Cristian Patticu, RATEN

Member

Daniela Diaconu, RATEN ICN

Raporteur General

Maria Roth, RATEN

Secretary

Ilie Turcu, RATEN ICN

KEY ISSUE 4

CANDU REACTOR

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Maramures Hall

PANEL
Chairman

erban Valeca, Romanian Parliament

Member

Cristian Patticu, RATEN

Member

Daniela Diaconu, RATEN ICN

Raporteur

Maria Roth, RATEN

Secretary

Ilie Turcu, RATEN ICN

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Assessment of steam generator corrosion in


the simultaneous presence of impurities

Dumitra Lucan
Lucian Velciu

RATEN ICN

CANDU reactors and tritium essential


aspects regarding the management of tritium

Raluca Fako
Virgil Ionescu

RATEN CITON

Aspects concerning the selection of mixed


catalityc packing for heavy water detrition for
Cernavoda NPP

Gheorghe Ionita
Gheorghe Tiescu
Constantin Ciortea
Ioan tefnescu

ICSI Rm. Valcea

Robot for In-Service Inspection of Candu


Pressure Tube

Silviu Ionescu
Marin Mincu
Razvan Marinescu
Ilie Prisecaru

RATEN ICN
University Politehnica of
Bucharest
Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

43

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Case Study: Corrosion of Tubes Removed from High


Pressure Feed Water Heater of CANDU NPP

Manuela Fulger
Maria Mihalache
Lucian Velciu
Ileana Vitelaru

RATEN ICN
SNN, CNE Cernavoda

Integrating safety, technical and environmental


aspects to obtain environmental agreement for
capital nuclear projects

Veronica Andrei
Romeo Urjan
Adrian Jelev
Diana Vilcu
Emil Macovei

SN Nuclearelectrica

On the Removal of Abrasive Material Encrustation


After Sandblasting of Metallic Zircalloy-4 Surface

Auric Barbu

NUCLEAR ELECTRICA, FCN


Pitesti

KEY ISSUE 5

NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR NPPs

Thursday morning, June 16th, 2016, 1030-1230 h, Maramures Hall

PANEL

44

Chairman

Constantin Punoiu, RATEN ICN

Member

Gheorghe Staicu, RATEN CITON

Member

Raluca Fako, RATEN CITON

Raporteur

Maria Roth, RATEN

Secretary

Ilie Turcu, RATEN ICN

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

ALFRED feasibility in Romania: main outcomes of


the ARCADIA project

Daniela Diaconu
Ilie Turcu
Giacomo Grasso
Marin Constantin
Fosca Di Gabriele
Alessandro Alemberti
Minodora Apostol

RATEN ICN
RATEN ICN
ENEA Italy
RATEN ICN
CVR, Czech Republic
ANSALDO, Italy
RATEN ICN

ALFRED Demonstrator - Opportunities and


Challenges for the Implementation in Romania

Ilie Turcu
Cristian Patticu
Marin Constantin
Alessandro Alemberti
Gianni Villabruna
Giaccomo Grasso
Pietro Agostini

RATEN ICN
RATEN
RATEN ICN
ANSALDO
ANSALDO
ENEA
ENEA

Strategy elements of maintaining and developing


production capacities within nuclear fuel
technological cycle in Romania

Dorin Filip
National Uranium Company
Gelu Agafiel Maracineanu Bucharest
Nicoleta Simona Groza

Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics


Applied to a Case Study in EU FP7 STYLE Project

Vasile Radu

RATEN ICN

Optimal positioning procedure of seismic energy


dissipation devices

Angela Madalina Zamfir


Marian Androne

RATEN CITON

BRIDGE - Tool Development as a Solution to Labor


Market Needs

Gabriel Lazaro Pavel


Dominic Eugeniu Moraru

University Politehnica of
Bucharest

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

COAL AND CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGIES

PRESIDIUM OF SECTION

Responsible organizer: OLTENIA ENERGY COMPLEX

Chairman

Laureniu Ciobotric, Oltenia Energy Complex

Member

Nicolae Ilia, University of Petrosani

Member

Sorin Mihai Radu, University of Petrosani

Member

Adrian Badea, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Raporteur General

Marius Bzg, Oltenia Energy Complex

Secretary

Ionu Predoiu, Oltenia Energy Complex

KEY ISSUE 1

CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGIES

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Moldova Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Laureniu Ciobotric, Oltenia Energy Complex

Member

Nicolae Ilia, University of Petrosani

Member

Sorin Mihai Radu, University of Petrosani

Member

Adrian Badea, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Raporteur General

Marius Bzg, Oltenia Energy Complex

Secretary

Ionu Predoiu, Oltenia Energy Complex

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Coal An ecological approach

Nicolae Ilia
Iulian Offenberg
Inga Rosioru
Aurelian Serafinceanu
George Teseleanu

University of Petrosani
GEROM International
GEOMARCO SRL

Need and importance of reducing the


greenhouse gases emissions using CO2
capture methods

Iosif Andras
Dan Marinescu
Eduard Mija
Lucian Preda
Sorin Mihai Radu
Iosif Gruneantu
Iulian Offenberg

University of Petrosani

Technical-economic analysis of the power


plants with CO2 post-combustion processes

Cristian Dinca
Adrian Badea
Adrian Pascu

Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest


Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest, ASTR
Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest

Life cycle assessment of the power plant


with CO2 chemical absorption process

Cristian Dinca
Adrian Badea,
Nela Slavu

Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest


Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest, ASTR
Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest

Importance of Using Various Types of


Solvents in the Process of Capturing CO2

Mihaela Norior
George Darie
Victor-Eduard Cenu
Florin-Nicolae Alexe
Diana Tuic

Univ. Politehnica of Bucharest

The Impact of COP 21 (Paris) Agreement


and the European decarbonisation policies
on Oltenia Energy Complex

Laviniu Danciu
Ion Firan

Oltenia Energy Complex

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

45

FOREN 2016
KEY ISSUE 2

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

EXTRACTION AND STORAGE OF COAL

Monday afternoon, June 13th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Moldova Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Nicolae Ilia, University of Petrosani

Member

Sorin Mihai Radu, University of Petrosani

Member

Iulian Offenberg, University of Petrosani

Raporteur

Marius Bzg, Oltenia Energy Complex

Secretary

Ionu Predoiu, Oltenia Energy Complex

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Conceptual structuring an equipment and


occupational safety database in coal mining
industry

Nicolae Ilia
Iosif Andras
Roland Iosif Moraru
Mihai Popescu-Stelea
Haralambie Vochitoiu

University of Petrosani

Dewatering lignite deposits of Rovinari


mining basin to increase security and quality
of production from quarries

Dumitru Fodor

Academy of Technical Sciences


of Romania
Oltenia Energy Complex

Assessing the Stability Safety Factor in Lignite


Opencast Mining

Tudor Goldan
Florian Buse

University of Petrosani

Obtaining a Fuel Unpolluted by Briquetting


Lignite Lupoia Mine Motru - Romania

Octavian Bold

University of Petrosani

Oltenias Lignite, the Base of Strategic Energy


of Romania

Ionu Predoiu

Oltenia Energy Complex, Tg. Jiu


Mining Division Subsidiary

Method of reestablishment of a mining


ventilation system damaged by an explosion
type phenomenon

Marius Cornel Suvar


Victor Arad
Susana Arad
Doru Cioclea
Vlad Mihai Pasculescu
Nicolae Ion Vlasin

INSEMEX Petrosani
University of Petrosani

KEY ISSUE 3

Moise Matyas
Ionut Predoiu

INSEMEX Petrosani

COAL CO-BURNING TECHNICAL PROCESS

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1400-1530 h, Moldova Hall

PANEL

46

Chairman

Marian Motocu, Oltenia Energy Complex

Member

Iosif Gruneantu, University of Petrosani

Member

Adrian Andrei Adam, ICEMENERG

Raporteur

Marius Bzg, Oltenia Energy Complex

Secretary

Ionu Predoiu, Oltenia Energy Complex

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Some aspects related to the conception and


development of the low NOx lignite burner
experimental test pilot for OLTENIA ENERGY COMPLEX
ISALNITA TPP

Adrian Andrei Adam


Lucian Mihescu
Gabriel Paul Negreanu
Ionel P
Ion Oprea
Corneliu Sofronie
Ion Brbieru
Cristian Mandrean

ICEMENERG
University Politehnica
of Bucharest

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

C.F.P. Perfect-Service
ICEMENERG

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA


No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Process optimization solutions for the installation


of flue gas desulphurisation - group of 330 MW - SE
Rovinari

Marius Bzg
Adrian Brlete

Oltenia Energy
Complex,
SE ROVINARI

Mounting the flue gas desulphurisation installations,


in order to reduce SO2 emissions at power plants
subsidiaries of Oltenia Energy Complex

Laviniu Danciu
Gabriel Chiot

Oltenia Energy
Complex

Exploiting the Jiu Valley Coal cost-effectively, on the


concept of energy security and Social Security

Cristian Tomescu
Constantin Lupu
Doru Cioclea
Maria Prodan
Nicolae Vlasin
Emeric Chiuzan

INSEMEX Petroani

The Technical And Economical Profitability Of The Power Mihaela Pislaru


Plant, Operating On Lignite, In Accordance With The
Cristina Ioana Dima
Enviromental Requirements

ICSI Rm Valcea

Direct use of the geothermal energy in Oradea City area

University of Oradea

KEY ISSUE 4

Ioan Vasiu

MODERN METHODS OF MINING, ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

Wednesday afternoon, June 15th, 2016, 1600-1800 h, Moldova Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Victor Arad, University of Petrosani

Member

Laviniu Danciu, Oltenia Energy Complex

Member

Iosif Andras, University of Petrosani

Raporteur

Marius Bzg, Oltenia Energy Complex

Secretary

Ionu Predoiu, Oltenia Energy Complex

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Closure and rehabilitation of the land


surfaces affected by lignite extraction

Ioan Gf-Deac

Knowledge-based Development
Foundation Bucharest
DMP Bucureti
University of Petrosani
Spiru Haret University Bucharest
Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
University of Piteti
University Bioterra Bucharest
University of Piteti
E.M. Lupeni, University of Petrosani

Devise of informational infrastructure for


environmental monitoring in BerbetiVlcea area

Marius Cornel Suvar


Iustin Andronie
Ioan I. Gf-Deac
Cicerone Marinescu
Daian Mihai Ceauu

INSEMEX Petrosani
Spiru Haret University Bucharest

Dispersion Modeling of Emissions from


Fossil Fuel Fired Power Plants

Diana Mariana Cocr


Constantin Stan
Constantin Streche
Adrian Badea

University Politehnica of Bucharest

Peter Tnase
Mihai Sorin Radu
Ioan I. Gf-Deac
Andrei Nicolae
Cristina Monica Valeca
Bogdan Viorel Streza
Cicerone Marinescu
Adrian Brbulescu

University of Piteti
SDL Piteti

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

47

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Carboniferous Solid Waste Recovery


from Jiu Valley - part of the sustainable
development of deprived areas

Adriana Ioana Donea

University of Petrosani

The economical, technical social and


environmental impact of non-finalizing the
desulphurisation facility at Paroseni power
plant

Dan Marinescu
Eduard Mija
Lucian Preda
Tiberiu Iacob-Ridzi
Dan Codrut Petrilean
Maria Gf-Deac

University of Petrosani

Nicolae Ilia
Ion Stamin Purcaru
Iulian Offenberg
Maria Gf-Deac
Ion Blaiu

University of Petrosani
CONVERSMIN Bucuresti
University of Petrosani
University Bioterra Bucharest
ICPM Baia Mare

Research of the environmental impact of


the poluted water applicable on mining
waste deposits from energy field

KEY ISSUE 5

Petrosani City Hall


University Bioterra Bucharest

MODERN SOLUTIONS TO USE FOSSIL ENERGY PRODUCTS

Thursday morning, June 16th, 2016, 1030-1230 h, Moldova Hall

PANEL
Chairman

Ioan Gaf-Deac, Spiru Haret University Bucharest

Member

Iosif Andras, University of Petrosani

Member

Marian Dobrin, ISPE

Raporteur

Marius Bzg, Oltenia Energy Complex

Secretary

Ionu Predoiu, Oltenia Energy Complex

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

Enhanced Coal Exploitation through UCG


Implementation in European Lignite Mines

Marian Dobrin
Ion Chiescu
Alexandru Solschi

ISPE

Capacity Market. European approach for


energy producers from coal

Constantin Bloiu
Marian Motocu

Oltenia Energy Complex

Data acquisition and post phenomenon


analysis system for steady and fast transient
regimes using specialized wavelet transform
in order to optimize the functioning of a
power group with static excitation

Ctlin Stnculescu
Gheorghe Amza

Oltenia Energy Complex

Present issues of lignite deposit exploitation


from Oltenia

Daniel Antonie

Oltenia Energy Complex, SDM


Tg. Jiu
Oltenia Energy Complex, UMC
Rovinari, SDM Tg. Jiu

The Romanian extractive sector. Systemic


treatment of critical situations and
vulnerabilities by integrated modeling of
quasi-composed technical, economical
and legal expertize

Iosif Andras
Iosif Gruneantu
Ioan I. Gf-Deac
Ovidiu Dumitru
Maria Gf-Deac
Ioana Andreea Marinescu
Cristina Monica Valeca
Andrei Leca

University of Petrosani

The coal from Petrosani Depression, an issue


on the edge of sustainable exploitation,
energy security and economic development
of the region

Ionut Predoiu

Oltenia Energy Complex, UMC


Rovinari, SDM Tg. Jiu
University of Petrosani

48

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

Ionut Predoiu

Ciprian Nimara

Spiru Haret University Buc.


University of Economic Studies
Bioterra University Buc.
Spiru Haret University Buc.
University of Piteti
GEROM International

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

POSTER SESSION
No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

SDEE Galati solutions available at protection


of electrical distribution networks against
excessive poultry and small animals

Vasile Tbcaru
Emilian Duta

FDEE Electrica Muntenia Nord,


SDEE Galati

Innovating technological process for


expanding the service life of underground
power cables

Vasile Tbcaru

FDEE Electrica Muntenia Nord,


SDEE Galati
Novinium, USA

Provisional Solution to Repair 110KV Lines


Pillar Using Portable Foundation

Ioan Rusu

Electrica Serv, SISE Muntenia Nord

Determination of Energy Losses Generated


by Connecting Renewable Energy Producers
to Medium Voltage Distribution Networks

Ladislau Reider
Adela Ordean
Maria Cioroslan

FDEE Electrica Distribuie


Transilvania Nord, Cluj-Napoca

The Replacement of the 110 kV/MV


Transformers from the FDEE EDTN
Transformer Stations as a Way of Increasing
the Efficiency of the Electrical Energy
Distribution Activity

Constantin Buda
Nicolae Bogdan
Florin Pintea
Speranta Nedelcu

FDEE Electrica Distributie


Transilvania Nord

A Novel Approach in Optimal Placement


of the Synchronized Phasor Measurement
Technologies Based on Deterministic
Methods

Ion Stratan
Ecaterina Murdid

Technical University of Moldova

AITRANS Web Application for Transelectricas


Operative Personnel Training and Evaluation.
Feedback Analysis

Dan Jigoria-Oprea
Luca Iacobici
Nicolae Chiosa
Gheorghe Vuc

Politehnica University of Timisoara


CNTEE Transelectrica, ST Timisoara

Partial discharge activity trend for the


assessment of stator winding of high power
generators

Sorin Adrian Dumitrescu

INCDE ICEMENERG

Topten ACT - Enabling consumer action


towards top energy efficient products

Adina Stanculea
Nicolae Simion

INCDE ICEMENERG

10

Contributions to improving the energy


efficiency of the economic agents through
energy audits - INCDE-ICEMENERG
achievements

Andrei Adrian Adam


Ion Barbieru
Craita Totolo
Georgiana Vasile
Silvia Ligda

INCDE ICEMENERG

11

Support scheme for the promotion of


electricity and heat in high efficiency
cogeneration

Pavel Atnsoae
Radu Pentiuc
Cezar Popa

University Stefan cel Mare of


Suceava

12

Energy Efficiency Strategy implementation


in the public administration under 50,000
inhabitants

Petre Livezeanu

University Politehnica of Bucharest

13

Aspects Regarding the Energy Efficiency of


Conventional Energetic Boilers Operation in
Different Functioning Regimes

Silvia-Maria Dig
Nicolae Dig

University of Craiova
ELECTROPUTERE CRAIOVA

14

Techno-economical analysis of hybrid PVWT-hydrogen FC system for a residential


building with low power consumption

Gheorghe Badea
Raluca Felseghi
Simona Raboaca
Ioan Aschilean
Andrei Bolboaca
Dan Muresan
Emil Moldovan
Teodora Soimosan

ICSI Rm Valcea

Richard Brinton

Politehnica University of Timisoara

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

49

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

15

Using cloud-computing technology to solve


SmartCitys challenges

Bogdan-Septimiu Tatu
Mihai Pitu

Teletrans Sibiu

16

Comparative Study on Optimization of


hybrid solar and wind electric system for a
passive house

Gheorghe Badea
Raluca Felseghi
Simona Raboaca
Andrei Bolboaca
Ioan Aschilean
Dan Moldovan
Doru Chira
Dan Muresan
Teodora Soimosan

ICSI Rm Valcea

17

Photovoltaic panels mounted in networks


0, 4kV, a solution for reducing the purchase
of electricity to cover internal tehnological
consumption

Ioan Rusu

Electrica Serv, SISE Muntenia Nord

18

Fuzzy methods applied in forecasting of


solar radiation

Remus Boata

Romanian Academy Timisoara


Branch, Astronomical Institute of
the Romanian Academy, Timisoara
Astronomical Observatory
Candida Oancea Institute,
Polytechnic University of
Bucharest; Romanian Academy

Viorel Badescu

50

18

Improving the functioning of a SCADA


system in electricity distribution networks

20

Considerations on energy efficiency in the


Nicolae Dig
operation of permanent magnet synchronous Silvia-Maria Dig
motors for driving the electric bicycles

ELECTROPUTERE Craiova
University of Craiova

21

Six-Phase Vehicle Drive with Non-Linear


Adjustment and Voltage Synchronization of
Modulated Inverters

Valentin Oleschuk
Vladimir Ermuratskii
Vladimir Berzan

Institute of Power Engineering


of the Academy of Sciences of
Moldova

22

Reactor-Capacitor Device for Controlled


Active Power Transmission between NonSynchronous Power Systems

Bosneaga V.
Suslov V.
Postolaty V.

Institute of Power Engineering,


Academy of Sciences of Moldova

23

Lithium-based energy storage: an integrated


R&D infrastructure for developing and testing
new Li-ion batteries

Mihaela Buga
Mihai Balan
Constantin Bubulinca
Alin Chitu
Silviu Badea
Stanica Enache
Mihai Varlam

ICSI Rm Valcea

24

Sustainable and clean energy production


by fermentation of glucose in a batch flow
microbial fuel cell

Silviu-Laurentiu Badea
Stanica Enache
Mihaela-Ramona Buga
Radu Tamaian
Mihai Varlam

ICSI Rm Valcea

25

Energy Supply System for Slaughtering and


Meat Processing Plant Using Traditional and
Green Energy Sources

Mikhail Sit
Anatoly Zhuravlev
Vitalie Burciu

Institute of Power Engineering


of the Academy of Sciences of
Moldova

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

Ion Dobre
Nicu Constandache
Claudiu Damian

Electrica Distribuie Transilvania


Sud

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA


No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

26

Membrane separation process - pervaporation


for the dehydration of alcohol/water mixture

Mihaela Neagu
Ion Onuu

Petroleum-Gas University
of Ploiesti

27

Regional centre for the determination of the


characteristics and monitoring of the technical
state of oil country tubular goods - capability in
assessing the quality oil tubular components

Alin Dinita

Petroleum-Gas University of
Ploiesti

Regional centre for the determination of the


characteristics and monitoring of the technical
state of oil country tubular goods capability
in evaluate the composition, structure and
mechanical properties of materials used in the
manufacture of components for petroleum,
petrochemical and transport equipment

Alin Dinita

INNOPIPES Project Innovative nondestructive


testing and advanced composite repair of
pipelines with volumetric surface defects

Andrei Dumitrescu
Evgeny Batkanov
Gheorghe Zecheru
Alin Dinita

Petroleum-Gas Univ. of Ploiesti


Riga Technical University, Latvia

30

Caustic stress corrosion cracking of CANDU


steam generators tubes

Alice Dinu
Ionel Chicina
Dragos Ionescu
Lucian Velciu
Grigore Buc

RATEN ICN
Technical University of Cluj
RATEN ICN

31

Modeling operation on stepper motors for


universal machine used in nondestructive
examination of irradiated fuel elements

Dorin Mirel Stanica


Ion Man

RATEN ICN

32

Preparation of C-shaped samples out of


irradiated CANDU pressure tube for mechanical
tests using the numerical controlled milling
machine

Ion Man
Silviu Ionescu
Marin Mincu
Octavian U

RATEN ICN

33

Use of Gamma scanning technique in nondestructive examination of irradiated fuel


elements

Ovidiu Ichim
Marin Mincu
Ion Man
Mirel Stnic

RATEN ICN

34

Reactor Physics Insight on Modified 37 Element


Candu Fuel Bundles

Roxana Pristavu
Andrei Rizoiu

RATEN ICN

35

ATHENA Experimental Instalation for Lead


Fast Cool Reactors Termo-Hidraulics

Virgil Cojocaru
Pietro Agostini
Davide Rozzia
Marin Constantin
Radu Rucareanu
Ileana Cretu

RATEN ICN
ENEA Italy
ENEA Italy
RATEN ICN
RATEN CITON
RATEN ICN

36

Modeling of mass transport in unsaturated


zone with the Alliances platform inside
NSRAWD Project

Alina Constantin
Alain Genty
Daniela Diaconu
Crina Bucur

RATEN ICN
CEA, France
RATEN ICN

28

29

Vlad Ulmanu
Gheorghe Zecheru
Mihail Minescu
Marius Petrescu
Andrei Dumitrescu
Marius Badicioiu
Mihaela Caltaru
Vlad Ulmanu
Gheorghe Zecheru
Mihail Minescu
Marius Petrescu
Andrei Dumitrescu
Marius Badicioiu
Mihaela Caltaru

Petroleum-Gas University of
Ploiesti

Petroleum-Gas Univ. of Ploiesti

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

51

FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

No

Title of paper

Authors

Company

37

Relevant aspects concerning the


improvement of engineering barriers
performances for radioactive waste
management projects from Romania

Gheorghe Barariu
Cristiana Georgescu
Felicia Dragolici
Elena Neacsu

RATEN-CITON

38

Post Fukushima aspects in NPP-s risk


management

Gheorghe Popescu
Marian Vacaru
Ionut Spridon
Bogdan Monea
Claudiu Costeanu

ICSI Rm. Valcea

39

The impact of current recommendations of


the European Council, Directive 2013/59/
Euratom Basic safety standards for
protection against the dangers arising from
exposure to ionising radiation on National
Legislation

Ramona Aranghel
Nua Mdglin

RATEN CITON

40

A New Technique for Uranium Polluted Soil


Decontamination

Aura Daniela Radu

Eugenia Panuru
Antoneta FilcencoOlteanu

Research & Development National


Institute for Metals and Radioactive
Resources
University Politehnica of
Bucharest, Faculty of Applied
Chemistry and Materials Science
Research & Development National
Institute for Metals and Radioactive
Resources

Alexandru Woinaroschy

52

Horia Hulubei National Institute of


Physics and Nuclear Engineering
(IFIN-HH)

41

Testing CMSAF-MAGICSOL method under the


climate and latitudes of Romania

Viorel Badescu

University Politenica of Bucharest

42

Testing 52 models of clear sky solar irradiance


computation under de climate of Romania

Viorel Badescu

University Politenica of Bucharest

43

The main challenges of implementing a


SMART GRID Power System

Cristina-Elena Lascu

WEC/RNC

44

Online Diagnostics in Smart Grid Systems

Martin Knenicky

Czech Technical University, Prague

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

FOREN 2016

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Chairmen
1. Victor Vlad Grigorescu, Minister of Energy
2. Iulian Iancu, WEC/RNC, Chairman

Vice-Chairmen
1.
2.
3.
4.

Georgeta Corina Popescu, Ministry of Energy, State Secretary; Aristotel Marius Jude, Ministry of Energy, State Secretary
Cristian Hera, Romanian Academy, Vice President
Tudor Prisecaru, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Prorector
Ioan Dan Gheorghiu, ISPE, President of Board of Administration, WEC/RNC Vice-Chairman

Members (in alphabetical order)


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ACADEMIA DE STIINTE TEHNICE Mihai Mihaita, President


ACADEMIA OAMENILOR DE STIINTA Adrian Badea, Vice President
Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Institute of Power Engineering Mihai Stefan Tirsu, Director
ADREM AUTOMATION Andrei Berechet, General Manager
ADREM INVEST Florin Ciobanu, General Manager
ANRE Niculae Havrilet, President
ANRM Gheorghe Dutu, President
ARPEE Gerard Verdebout, President
Association of Energy Consumers, Moldova - Nicolae Mogoreanu, Chairman
COMPLEXUL ENERGETIC OLTENIA Laurentiu Ion Ciobotarica, Directorate President
CONPET Liviu Ilasi, General Manager
EDITURA AGIR Ioan Ganea, Director
ELCEN BUCHAREST Marcel Octavian Nicolaescu, General Manager
ELECTRICA - Tbc, General Manager
ELECTROMAGNETICA - Eugen Scheusan, General Manager
ENEL ROMANIA Toni Volpe, General Manager
E.ON ROMANIA - Frank Hajdinjak, General Manager
ENGIE Romania Eric Stab, President and CEO
GRUP SERVICII PETROLIERE Gabriel Comanescu, General Manager
HONEYWELL ROMANIA Mihai Brana, General Manager
IEEE Romania Prof. Mircea Eremia, Chair
ICEMENERG - Adrian Andrei Adam, General Manager
ICPE - Virgil Racicovschi, General Manager
ICPE ACTEL - Ion Potarniche, General Manager
ICPE-CA Wilhelm Kappel, General Manager
INCE, ACADEMIA ROMANA Lucian-Liviu Albu, Director
ISPE - Eduard Chitescu, General Manager
NUCLEARELECTRICA Daniela Lulache, General Manager
OMV PETROM - Mariana Gheorghe, Executive General Director
OPCOM - Victor Ionescu, CEO
RATEN Cristian Patticu, General Manager
ROMATOM Ioan Rotaru, President
ROMELECTRO - Viorel Gafita, General Manager
ROMGAZ Virgil Marius Metea, General Manager
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ROMANIA Marius Persinaru, General Manager
TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING - Daniela - Elena Scripcariu, General Manager
TRANSELECTRICA Ion Toni Teau, General Manager
TRANSGAZ MEDIAS Petru Ion Vaduva, General Manager
VEOLIA ENERGIE PRAHOVA Noel Aime, General Manager
University of Bucharest Nicolae Anastasiu, Professor
Bucharest University of Economical Studies Filip Carlea, Professor
University Politehnica of Bucharest - George Darie, Prorector
Transilvania University of Brasov Nicolae Danut Ilea, Professor
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca - Mircea Chindris, Professor
University of Craiova - Ion Mircea, Professor
Dunarea de Jos University of Galati Toader Munteanu, Professor, Prorector
Technical University Gheorghe Asachi of Iasi Dumitru-Marcel Istrate, Dean of Electrical Engineering, Energetics Faculty
University of Oradea Gabriel Bendea, Dean, Faculty of Energy Engineering
University Politehnica of Timisoara Gheorghe Toma Vuc, Professor
University Petroleum-Gas of Ploiesti Ion Malureanu, President of the Senate
University of Petrosani - Nicolae Ilias, Professor
University Stefan cel Mare Suceava - Radu Pentiuc, Professor, Director, Electrotechnic Department
Technical University of Civil Engineering Sorin Caluianu, Professor
Technical University of Moldova, Power Engineering Faculty Victor Pogora, Professor, Dean
WEC/RNC Scientific Council Niculae Napoleon Antonescu, Professor, Chair

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FOREN 2016

12-16 JUNE, ROMANIA

FORUM SECRETARIAT
Chairman

Gheorghe Balan, WEC-RNC Executive General Director

Members
Data Base

Magdalena Cuciureanu, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Anca Badea, ICEMENERG

Secretariat Desk

Mihai Mircea, University Politehnica of Bucharest


Oana Ceaki, University Politehnica of Bucharest
Gabriela Sava, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Opening Ceremony
Coffee Break
Press Conference
Concert /Musical Show
Welcome Cocktail

Gheorghe Balan, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Anton Ispas, WEC/RNC
Elena Ratcu, WEC/RNC
Nicolae Dula, ICEMENERG SERVICE
Elena Pavel, WEC/RNC

Hotels
Vox Maris Grand Resort 4*
Forum 2*

George Popescu, VLER - Responsible


Alexandra Tataru, EFdeN, VLER

Important Events - Writing Syntheses


Romania Hall
KA 1 - TRANSELECTRICA
RED - ROMELECTRO
ENERGY TRILEMMA - ELECTRICA
KA 2 - OPCOM
RTF 1 - ELECTROMAGNETICA
RTF 2 - ANRM
RTF 3 - TRANSGAZ
RTF 4 - SIEMENS

WEC/RNC Responsible Counselors


Emil Macovei, VLER - Responsible; Stefan Baltac, VLER
Virgil Musatescu, WEC/RNC
Anton Vladescu, WEC/RNC
Gheorghe Indre, WEC/RNC
Nicolae Golovanov, WEC/RNC
Calin Vilt, WEC/RNC
Alexandru Patruti, WEC/RNC
Niculae Napoleon Antonescu, WEC/RNC
Dragos Gabor, WEC/RNC

Transilvania Hall
WF 1 - OMV PETROM
WF 2 - ENERGOBIT
WF 3 - TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING

Cristian Lazaroiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest - Responsible


Lucian Toma, WEC/RNC
Vasile Rugina, WEC/RNC
Ionut Purica, WEC/RNC

Discussion Sessions
DS 1 - Muntenia Hall - ISPE
DS 2 - Oltenia Hall - CEZ Romania
DS 3 - Banat Hall - ICPE
DS 4 - Maramures Hall - ROMGAZ and RATEN
DS 5 - Moldova Hall - CE OLTENIA
WEC Meetings - Bucovina Hall
Meeting Room and Poster Session

Alisa Manoloiu, VLER

Exhibition

Costel Carstea, DOOSAN IMGB

Corporate Round Tables

Catalin Marinescu, WEC/RNC

Conference Kit and Attendance Badges

Lia Bejuscu, WEC-RNC - Responsible


Elena Buzatu, WEC/RNC

Press Conference Center and Radio Center

Elena Ratcu, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Gabriela Moroianu, Focus Energetic
Radu Borcea, WEC/RNC

Public Relations, Publicity, Webmaster

Silvia Prundianu, WEC/RNC

IT Support for
Secretariat Desk
Internet Corner
Conference Halls

Silviu Bratosin, AVSystems - Responsible


Alin Uta, AVSystems
Ion Croitoru, WEC/RNC

Transport

Nicolae Dula, ICEMENERG SERVICE

Special Guests

Violeta Pera, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Luminita Durau, WEC/RNC

Accomodation, Accompanying Persons


Tourist Visits and Post Forum Visits

Ana Chiriac, WECO Travel


Corina Negritu, WECO Travel

Treasurers

Elena Pavel, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Andrei Tudoran, ISCE

Coffee Breaks 13-16 June

Nicolae Dula, ICEMENERG SERVICE - Responsible


Anton Ispas, WEC/RNC

Official Dinners (11.06 and 15.06)

Elena Pavel, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Nicolae Dula, ICEMENERG SERVICE

VLER

Elena Ratcu, WEC/RNC - Responsible


Claudiu Butacu, EFdeN, VLER
Daniel Butucel, EFdeN, VLER

Booth 38
Workshop (RT 11 & 12)

Moldova
Delegation of Specialists and RT 20

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Cristian Lazaroiu, University Politehnica of Bucharest

Safe and Sustainable Energy for the Region

Victor Vernescu, WEC/RNC