2nd Annual European Energy Policy Conference 2006
Venue: Management Centre Europe
|Event Date/Time: Oct 16, 2006||End Date/Time: Oct 17, 2006|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 04, 2006|
The formulation of current and future directions within the area of European energy policy is more complex now than ever before. This is due in part to the growth of influencing factors which operate, in many senses, outside of that which the EU has tangible control, and which exert pressures which demand sensitive appraisal and diplomacy.
The economic development of oil and gas rich countries across the world, unstable geopolitical landscapes and diplomatic standoffs, particularly in relation to the enrichment of uranium, has caused many to question the speed at which such issues as the continuing fragmented state of the EU internal energy market and the lack of a common voice on energy and external relations issues, are being resolved. It would appear that 2006/2007 will be a definitive period, providing an insight into the future navigation of the internal market generally, and external relations with both strategic partners and those yet to be brought into the fold.
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Key issues also covered include security of supply, LNG, renewables, investment climates and emerging markets, global energy consumption and the EU ETS.
We very much look forwarding to welcoming you and your colleagues to this and future events, in the drive for a clearer sense of direction for energy and its related issues across the EU.