Global Energy Security Conference In London

Venue: Hilton London Canary Wharf

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 12, 2014 / 8:30 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: May 13, 2014 / 2:00 pm - (GMT)
Registration Date: May 11, 2014 Time: 00:00:00(GMT)
Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2014 Time: 06:00:00(GMT)
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GLobal Energy Security Conference- 12,13 May London, United Kingdom

 

 

 

Following the success of our first "Global Energy Security Conference - The Way Forward", we are proud to announce our next  event on the 12th and the 13th of May 2014 in London.

The Global Energy Security Conference will bring together the world's leading experts in the field of energy security: governments, corporate,  international organisations, NGOs, media and civil society.

 Areas Covered

  • Global Energy Market outlook from the producers and consumers perspectives
  • The geopolitics of global energy market and the impact of changes in the Middle East, North Africa and Eurasia
  • The re-integration of Libya and Iran into the global oil/gas market, the investment/business opportunities, and risks associated with that
  • Alternative ways to respond to energy supply disruption
  • The economics and feasibility of alternative sources of energy for different economies : renewable energy and nuclear energy
  • Assessment of  the achievements of the global environment agenda
  • The way forward for energy access for the most vulnerable segments of the world population

Confirmed Speakers

  • Dr Phyllis Yoshida, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Bill Farren-Price, Chief Executive Officer, Petroleum Policy Intelligence
  • Tim Yeo MP, Chair of the Energy & Climate Change Select Committee, UK Parliament
  • Edward Lucas, Natural Resources and Commodities Editor, the Economist
  • Roberto Bocca, Senior Director, Head of Energy Industries, World Economic Forum (TBC)
  • Stephen Payne, Chairman, United LNG
  • Sophie Long, News Presenter, BBC
  • Dan Byles MP, Member of the Energy & Climate Change Select Committee, UK Parliament
  • Dr Zitouni Ould-Dada, Head of Technology Unit, United Nations Environment Programme        
  • Dr Armen Sarkissan, Former Prime Minister of Armenia
  • Keisuke Sadamori, Director for Energy Markets and Security, International Energy Agency
  • Leslie Cordles, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, UN Foundation (TBC)
  • Dominique Ristori, Diretor Genral of Energy, EU Commission
  • Nick Dunlop, Secretary General, Climate Parliament
  • Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Deputy CEO, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Why attend?

  • World class speakers and high profile attendees to interact with
  • High-level presentations, case studies, governmental updates and panel discussions with the industry's senior level thoughts leaders
  • The speaking faculty will address the questions, strategies and projects regarding energy current and future sustainability model from different perspectives
  • Share ideas and experiences about Global Energy Security strategies with over 250  participants, including; ministers, legislators, corporate executives, and thought leaders
  • The Conference will highlight the opportunities for the new energy sources and new sustainable energy models 
  • Networking opportunities with select high profile participants from private and public sectors  to discuss key issues to gauge the business opportunities and benchmark your approach with other stakeholders
  • Assess the geopolitics of energy  with insights into geopolitical aspects of energy related to the Middle east,  North Africa and Eurasia Regions

Venue

South Quay Marsh Wall
London
United Kingdom
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Conference Speakers

  • Dr Phyllis Yoshida, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Bill Farren-Price, Chief Executive Officer, Petroleum Policy Intelligence
  • Tim Yeo MP, Chair of the Energy & Climate Change Select Committee, UK Parliament
  • Edward Lucas, Natural Resources and Commodities Editor, the Economist
  • Roberto Bocca, Senior Director, Head of Energy Industries, World Economic Forum (TBC)
  • Stephen Payne, Chairman, United LNG
  • Sophie Long, News Presenter, BBC
  • Dan Byles MP, Member of the Energy & Climate Change Select Committee, UK Parliament
  • Dr Zitouni Ould-Dada, Head of Technology Unit, United Nations Environment Programme        
  • Dr Armen Sarkissan, Former Prime Minister of Armenia
  • Keisuke Sadamori, Director for Energy Markets and Security, International Energy Agency

 

  • Leslie Cordles, Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, UN Foundation (TBC)
  • Dominique Ristori, Diretor Genral of Energy, EU Commission
  • Nick Dunlop, Secretary General, Climate Parliament
  • Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Deputy CEO, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Additional Information

H.E Boutros Boutros Ghali, Former Secretary General of the United Nations   "The debate on energy security has predominantly focused on the challenges of industrialized countries, leaving the needs of three quarters of humanity essentially unmet.  It's time, through this conference, to send a strong message to global leaders and mobilize public opinion into action.  Together, we need to seek new options and accept solutions. The Global Diplomatic Forum's "Energy for the most vulnerable" Initiative, which aims to support the implementation of sustainable energy programs, presents us with a viable way forward".     Marcin Dadura, Senior Analyst, JP Morgan    "Two days, nearly thirty world renown expert speakers leading six panels and hours of immensely productive debates - this brief description accurately portrays the last conference on Energy Security organised by the Global Diplomatic Forum I had pleasure to attend as a delegate. The quality of panelists, representing wide variety of governments, NGOs and energy industry, speaks for itself in terms of the content quality. Most importantly though, the event initiated and facilitated platform for much needed tri-lateral dialogue on energy security between above mentioned stakeholders. Vigorous discussion fuelled by variety of views and approaches to the issue of global energy security undoubtedly enriched each of the attendees' perception of the problem and provided food for thought for months".

Exhibits included

Why attend?

  • World class speakers and high profile attendees to interact with
  • High-level presentations, case studies, governmental updates and panel discussions with the industry's senior level thoughts leaders
  • The speaking faculty will address the questions, strategies and projects regarding energy current and future sustainability model from different perspectives
  • Share ideas and experiences about Global Energy Security strategies with over 250  participants, including; ministers, legislators, corporate executives, and thought leaders
  • The Conference will highlight the opportunities for the new energy sources and new sustainable energy models 
  • Networking opportunities with select high profile participants from private and public sectors  to discuss key issues to gauge the business opportunities and benchmark your approach with other stakeholders
  • Assess the geopolitics of energy  with insights into geopolitical aspects of energy related to the Middle east,  North Africa and Eurasia Regions