Aa special briefing on European energy security
8 March 2016, 10 AM - 1 PM CET
TUSIAD Avenue des Gaulois 13, Brussels 1040
The panel of experts addressed the following questions, as well as briefed the MBA students on other aspects of European energy security:
Why doesn't Russia reduce production to effectively turn around oil prices?
What is Belgium's long-term energy security strategy?
Is importing LNG from the US part of the long-term plan for the EU?
Is the 2025 Pan-Europe super smart grid still realistic?
How do today's hydrocarbon prices affect the plan?
What about renewables in the plan?
Have there been any advancements in unconventional plays within the EU?
Why did Poland fail with its unconventional exploration?
How will the ban on hydraulic fracturing affect energy prospects within the EU?
Questions compiled by students from The Neeley School of Business in Texas, USA: http://www.neeley.tcu.edu/
BP Director, European Government Affairs
Former-Director General, EURATOM/European Commission, Global Energy Associate, Brussels Energy Club
Director, Gas Transmission Operator GAZ-SYSTEM S.A. (Poland) Brussels Office