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Opportunities will be offered to a limited number of sponsors only, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
In the programme priority will be given to the sponsors of the conference to give keynote presentations and structure the panel debates while principal speakers will be invited directly by MM Maniatis and Stamatis Kalligeros.
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Motor Oil Group is a leader in the energy sector – in Greece and in the wider Eastern Mediterranean region. It supports the economy with exports to over 45 countries, thousands of employees, and continuous new investments.
The company plays a leading role in the sectors of crude oil refining and marketing of petroleum products in Greece, as well as the greater eastern Mediterranean region, supplying its customers with a wide range of high-quality products.
Motor Oil leads the way in shaping a sustainable energy future. With a targeted investment plan, with activity in all areas of energy development, aiming at a sustainable, fair transition and long-term support in the society.
Emisia, a spin-off company of the Aristotle University Thessaloniki, was founded in 2008 with the primary mission to offer unique engineering and consulting services based on sound science, state-of-art testing and simulation to support industry and policymakers deploy clean, sustainable and cost-efficient transport technologies.
The Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education (CARES) was established in 2013 as the University of Cambridge’s first research centre outside the UK. The main C4T programme investigates ways to decarbonise major industries in Singapore and around the world, focusing on ways to improve energy efficiency and strategies for carbon capture.
The research at CARES is funded by the Singapore government through its Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE) programme and brings together world-leading scientists and engineers at the University of Cambridge, Nanyang Technological University and the National University of Singapore.
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