Global Leaders to Convene at Second Energy Security Forum in Monaco

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The second annual forum, held on June 2, 2017 in Monte Carlo, Monaco, addressed Europe’s energy security issues with focus on Ukraine’s role in the European market
14:28, 6 June 2017

Global Leaders to Convene at Second Energy Security Forum in Monaco | Burisma

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International energy sector is entering the era of global transformations driven by technological revolution, environmental and geopolitical challenges. For the second year in a row, the International Forum on Energy Security for the Future: new vision, strategy, innovation brought together high-profile global leaders including politicians, opinion makers and business people that provide innovative technology and transform the energy sector worldwide.

The second annual forum was held on June 2, 2017 in Monte Carlo, Monaco, and addressed Europe’s energy security issues with focus on Ukraine’s role in the European market.

The event is co-organised by Burisma Group and Adam Smith Conferences with the support from the Albert II Prince of Monaco Foundation and the Alexander Kwasniewski Foundation Amicus Europae.“Ukraine is already part of Europe. We cannot ignore the processes, taking place in EU. Only at such Energy Summits, where the leaders of the EU and Ukraine political and public life are present, we can exchange our positions and find the instruments for achieving energy independence both within countries and in the European community” – said the President of Burisma Group Nicolai Zlochevskyi.

Volodymyr Kistion, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers, ministries and departments head the Ukrainian government delegation at the Forum. Nina Yuzhanina, Head of the Committee on Tax and Customs Policy, represents the Verkhovna Rada at the Forum.

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Analytical Market Debate, moderated by Siobhan Hall, EU correspondent from Platts puts a special focus on the latest trends and issues, which will influence European energy markets in the future, such as changing energy landscape, supply and demand dynamics and forecasts, energy price dynamics and factors, energy consumption mapping, competition, reliability and quality, future energy markets’ scenarios.
The Forum ends with a session on creating a right energy mix for the clean and secure future. Isabelle Moretti, President of GERG, gave a presentation on a current situation and challenges of natural gas, bio gas, manufactured H2 and natural H2. Jan-Jaap Aué, Dean of Centre of Expertise Energy, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, talked about an open innovation as EnTranCe to the new energy market. Kostas Andriosopoulos, Executive Director, Research Centre for Energy Management at ESCP Europe Business School, focused on East Med and its impact in the region. Tim Cayford, Policy Adviser, GERG/Eurogas closed the Forum with the presentation on a New Energy Paradigm for Europe.
The conference follows with discussions on Regional perspective of European energy security and development of effective energy infrastructure between Nataliya Boyko, Deputy Minister for European Integration, Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine, Nektaria Karakatsani, Member of the Board, Regulatory Authority for Energy, Greece and Victor Grigosescu, Energy expert and Former Minister for Energy, Romania, Bartosz Soroczynski, CEO, PGK Ltd., Poland and Kristian Takac, Senior Researcher, Globsec Policy Institute, Slovakia.

The Forum opens with a speech from His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and is followed by a Keynote session, wherehe Aleksander Kwaśniewski, President of Poland (1995-2005) Volodymyr Kistion, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, Joseph Cofer Black, Director, CIA’s Counterterrorist Center (1999-2002) and Ambassador at Large for Counter-Terrorism (2002-2004), Andris Piebalgs, European Commissioner for Energy, 2004 and 2009, John E. Herbst, Director, Dina Patriciu Eurasia Center of the Atlantic Council and US Ambassador to Ukraine (2003-2006), discussed the institutional role in creating new energy security strategy for Europe.Global Leaders to Convene at Second Energy Security Forum in Monaco | Burisma

“For Burisma Group this event is a matter of the company strategy and its integration in the global energy community. We are proud of being an international Energy group with Ukrainian roots, and Energy Security for the Future – is the largest international platform in Europe to present Ukrainian energy potential in the pan-European energy security system. Every year European politicians and public figures are joining the movement. Therefore, in the future, The Burisma Group with the support of The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation will develop with discussion platform” – admitted the Head of the Forum’s Organising Committee and Advisor to the Board of Directors at the International Energy Group Burisma Vadym Pozharskyi.

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