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Online 14.6.2022

German energy industry in transition – Germany strives for more energy independence and focuses on LNG terminals

At 11:00 - 12:30 EEST / 10:00 - 11.30 CEST

The event is free of charge, however, requires a registration via the link below.

register by 13 June

Further information

Ms. Helmi-Nelli Körkkö, Senior Advisor, Business Finland
helmi-nelli.korkko (at)

Germany is quickly reducing its dependence on Russian fossile fuel exports. In order to reduce its reliance on Russian gas supplies and to ensure security of supply, Germany aims to bring floating LNG terminals into operation. Simultaneously, as a longer-term solution, a permanent and expanded stationary port solution for LNG terminals is to be implemented.

In parallel with ensuring short-term energy security the Government is building the basis for the hydrogen infrastructure and the transition towards a climate-neutral economy. In this Webinar you will have the possibility to find out about the latest developments in the German energy sector and the market opportunities the rapid changes offer for Finnish companies.


10:00 Opening words, Anne Sipiläinen, Ambassador of Finland to Germany
10:10 Insights from the German energy industry – Germany’s plans with LNG,
          Timo Bovi and Maria Rieb, Bright Consulting
11:00 Q&A