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Brussels Energy Club hosts energy MBAs from Texas Christian University

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:


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




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