Recent dramatic changes in the international and European energy landscape –deteriorating EU-Russia relations, an increasingly ‘energy-dominant’ US, the Qatar crisis, and energy market volatility – once again throw the security of UK and European energy supply into the spotlight. Central Europe has been at the crossroads of many of these crises and learned to adapt its strategies. What lessons can the UK draw from experiences in Central Europe?
Wojciech Jakóbik, Analyst and Editor-in-Chief, BiznesAlert.com
Dr Chi-Kong Chyong, Research Associate and Director of Energy Policy Forum, University of Cambridge
Chaired by: Jeremy Shapiro, Research Director, ECFR
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