ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT 2015 CRISES AND PRICES

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ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT 2015
CRISES AND PRICES: ENERGY SECURITY
AMIDST MULTIPLE UNCERTAINTIES
6 May 2015: Evening Reception, F.A.Z. Atrium, Berlin
7 May 2015: Summit, ESMT – European School
of Management and Technology, Berlin
ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT 2015
CRISES AND PRICES: ENERGY SECURITY
AMIDST MULTIPLE UNCERTAINTIES
The Frankfurter Allgemeine Forum and the Munich Security Conference (MSC) are
co-organising the »Energy Security Summit« under the chairmanship of Ambassador
Wolfgang Ischinger (MSC) and editor Berthold Kohler (F.A.Z.).
Decision-makers from the worlds of politics, business and science will convene again
for the third annual Energy Security Summit, to be held on 6/7 May 2015, in Berlin.
Current political crises and conflicts result in fundamental transformations of the
international order. This in turn has a radical impact on the energy markets and
energy security. »Energy policy is foreign policy«, German Minister for Foreign Affairs
Frank-Walter Steinmeier said at the last Energy Security Summit.
The third summit analyzes the current political and geostrategic challenges and
focuses on possible energy diversification strategies, green technologies and the new
order of energy policies and markets.
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF
CORPORATE PARTNER
MEDIA PARTNER
ACADEMIC PARTNER
CHAIRMEN
Wolfgang Ischinger, Ambassador, Chairman, Munich Security Conference
Berthold Kohler, Publisher, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
SPEAKERS
Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy, Minister of Oil and Gas, Sultanate of Oman
Natiq Aliyev, Minister of Industry and Energy, Republic of Azerbaijan
Adnan Amin, Director General, International Renewable Energy Agency (tbc)
Rainer Baake, State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy,
Federal Republic of Germany
Michael Fuchs, Chairman of the German Group, The Trilateral Commission;
Member of the German Bundestag
Ulrich Grillo, President, Federation of German Industries
Jane Harman, President, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars;
Member of the Advisory Council, Munich Security Conference
Amos J. Hochstein, Acting Special Envoy and Coordinator for International
Energy Affairs, Department of State, United States of America
Pawlo Klimkin, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ukraine (tbc)
Marie-José Nadeau, Chair, World Energy Council
Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director, Greenpeace International
Ana de Palacio, Member of the Spanish Council of State; Former Foreign
Minister, Kingdom of Spain
Friedbert Pflüger, Director of the European Centre for Energy and Resource
Security, King’s College London
Norbert Röttgen, Member of the German Bundestag, Chairman of the Committee on
Foreign Affairs, CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group
Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President and Commissioner for the Energy Union,
European Union
Narendra Taneja, President, World Energy Policy Summit; Chairman of the Energy
Security Group, Federation of India Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, President, Club de Madrid; Former President of the Republic
of Latvia; Member of the OSCE Panel of Eminent Persons (tbc)
Youcef Yousfi, Minister for Energy and Mines, People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria
Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, Minister of Petroleum, Islamic Republic of Iran
MODERATORS
Jason Bordoff, Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University
Nikolas Busse, Deputy Foreign Editor, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Michaela Küfner, Journalist, Deutsche Welle (tbc)
Wulf Schmiese, Correspondent/Hauptstadtstudio, ZDF
PROGRAM
6/7 MAY 2015
ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT 2015
EVENING RECEPTION, 6 MAY 2015
7:00 pm
WELCOME ADDRESS
Berthold Kohler
7:15 pm
KEYNOTES
Towards a European Energy Union?
What is the state of play concerning inner-EU debates on an
energy union? / What are the potential benefits and shortcomings of the energy union as currently conceived? / What
are the biggest challenges in creating a single energy market,
and how can those best be addressed?
Rainer Baake, Ulrich Grillo, Maroš Šefčovič
Moderator: Wulf Schmiese
SUMMIT, 7 MAY 2015
7:00 am
RECEPTION AND REGISTRATION
Moderator For The Day: Wulf Schmiese
7:30 am
WORKING BREAKFAST
9:00 am
WELCOME ADDRESS
Wolfgang Ischinger
9:15 am
KEYNOTE I
N.N., German Government
9:30 am
TOPICAL DEBATE
The Conflict in and over Ukraine: Energy Matters
What are the short- and long-term consequences of a European energy union for Russia? / What is the best policy mix
of a strong stance and engagement vis-à-vis Russia?
Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga (tbc), Jane Harman,
Pawlo Klimkin (tbc), Norbert Röttgen
Moderator: Wolfgang Ischinger
10:45 am
Coffee Break
ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT 2015
6/7 MAY 2015
11:15 am
KEYNOTE II
Marie-José Nadeau
11:30 am
MAJOR TOPIC I
The Implications of the Oil Price Drop:
Who gains and who loses?
How significant are the negative effects of the low oil prices on
oil-producing countries – short term and long term? / How big
is the risk that diversification strategies will now be neglected
because there is an acute lack of pressure to act? / Is the
environment a › loser ‹ of the drop?
Mohammed bin Hamad Al Rumhy,
Amos J. Hochstein, Marie-José Nadeau
Moderator: Jason Bordoff
12:45 pm
LIVE INTERVIEW
Bijan Namdar Zanganeh
Moderator: Nikolas Busse
1:15 pm
Lunch
2:15 pm
KEYNOTE III
2:30 pm
MAJOR TOPIC II
Green Competitiveness and Strategic Sustainability
Are the investments in renewable energies – despite all challenges – the right approach in the long term for resource-poor
countries to reduce their dependency on third countries? /
What are the global consequences of Europe’s new climate
package adopted in October 2014?
Adnan Amin (tbc), Michael Fuchs, Kumi Naidoo,
Narendra Taneja
Moderator: Michaela Küfner (tbc)
6/7 MAY 2015
ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT 2015
3:45 pm
Coffee Break
4:15 pm
KEYNOTE IV
N.N., Siemens AG
4:30 pm
MAJOR TOPIC III
Diversification Strategies for Europe: New Imperatives?
Is the dependency of parts of Europe on Russian resources
inevitable to some degree? / Which suppliers offer reliable
and promising diversification avenues for Europe?
Natiq Aliyev, Ana de Palacio, Friedbert Pflüger,
Youcef Yousfi
Moderator: Nikolas Busse
5:45 pm
CLOSING REMARKS
Berthold Kohler
6:00 pm
Informal Get-Together
Foto © ESMT GmbH
VENUES
6 May 2015, Evening Reception
F.A.Z. Atrium, Mittelstraße 2-4, 10117 Berlin, Germany
7 May 2015, Summit
ESMT – European School of Management and Technology
Schlossplatz 1, 10178 Berlin, Germany
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Director Programs and Operations
Munich Security Conference
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Munich Security Conference
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