The EU's External Energy Policy: What options for Europe?

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Juha Jokela (MP3, 2.21 Mb)
 
Marco Siddi (MP3, 2.52 Mb)
 
Tracey German (MP3, 12.90 Mb)
 
Andrei Belyi (MP3, 12.31 Mb)
 
Petteri Kuuva (MP3, 9.52 Mb)
 
Juha Jokela / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä Juha Jokela / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä
Marco Siddi / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä Marco Siddi / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä
Tracey German / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä Tracey German / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä
Andrei Belyi / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä Andrei Belyi / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä
Petteri Kuuva / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä Petteri Kuuva / Photo: Alvar Aalto-Setälä

Tis 21.3.2017 kl. 10:00-12:00
The Auditorium of the Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Ankkurikatu 5, 4th floor, Helsinki

The EU’s dependence on external fossil fuel suppliers remains very high. Political instability in many producing and neighbouring countries poses an additional challenge to the flow of energy, particularly gas. The EU has a range of options to strengthen its energy resilience, such as preserving long-standing trade relationships with producing countries, developing alternative import routes and strengthening domestic energy efficiency and renewable energy production. What is the best policy course for the Union? What are the market drivers and the geopolitical constraints of the EU’s external energy policy? The seminar addresses these issues, with particular reference to EU-Russia energy relations and current EU energy policies in the South Caucasus and Caspian region.

 

Opening remarks: Juha Jokela, Programme Director, the Finnish Institute of International Affairs

Speakers:

Tracey German, Deputy Dean of Academic Studies (Research) at the Defence Studies Department, King’s College London

Andrei Belyi, Associate Professor, Centre for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Law, the University of Eastern Finland

Comments: Petteri Kuuva, Deputy Director General, Energy Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, Finland

Chair: Marco Siddi, Senior Research Fellow, the Finnish Institute of International Affairs


For further information, please contact: Sannamari Bagge, tel. +358 9 432 7711, sannamari.baggefiia.fi