Reflections on the post-Bonn outlook for the European energy mix: what role can Russia play in our energy and climate objectives?
13 December 2017, 3 - 7 PM CET
TUSIAD Avenue des Gaulois 13, Brussels 1040
Some of the topics that were addressed in this BREC session included:
An outlook for the energy mix of some key European energy economies
Russian gas supplies and new deposits in the Arctic (which projects are likely to come online and when)
Domestic gas market of Russia (including supply and demand forecast and how this is likely to impact on gas export Russian commitments)
Improvement of the gas transportation system (in Russia and for export)
Gas price reform and prospects for gasification across the vastness of the Russian federation
What role could (or should) Russian energy supplies play in the European energy transition?
Program December 13, 2017: 15.00 — 19.00:
Setting out the debate by Dr Marat Terterov, Initiator and Founder, Brussels Energy Club,
Opening presentation by Roman Samsonov
Roundtable discussion with meeting participants (NB: the Chatham House Rule will apply).
Our traditional networking reception with special Christmas gala buffet will follow the main discussions
Head of Gas and Arctic Energy Centre, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Coordinator for International Relations and Foreign Economic Activity, the Expert Council of the Union of Oil and Gas Organisations of the Russian Gas Society