CEPMLP Visiting Speakers Series:Economic background of gas problems within Russia-EU-Ukraine triangle and possibilities for mutually acceptable compromise” by Professor Andrey Konoplyanik
This week at CEPMLP Visiting Speakers Series, Professor Andrey Konoplyanik will give a lecture titled “Economic background of gas problems within Russia-EU-Ukraine triangle and possibilities for mutually acceptable compromise”.
Venue: Carnegie Building Lecture Theatre, CEPMLP, University of Dundee
Time: 16.30pm -18.00pm
Professor Konoplyanik is Visiting Lecturing Professor, Chair “International Oil and Gas Business”, Russian State Oil and Gas University n.a.Gubkin (special course “Evolution of international oil and gas markets and investment protection instruments in energy”), Director for energy markets regulation & project leader, Foundation “Institute for Energy and Finance”, and an Honorary Fellow of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum & Mineral Law & Policy, University of Dundee, Scotland.
He is also the coordinator of Russian expert team at the informal expert consultations of Russia/Gazprom Group and energy regulators of the EU member-states with participation of the EU Commission on the problematic issues of implementation of the Third EU Energy Package with due consideration of the justified concerns of the Russian side, member of the Gas Advisory Council under Coordinators of the Russia-EU Energy Dialogue Minister of Energy of Russia and EU Energy Commissioner, Russian Co-chair of Work stream 2 “Internal Markets”, Director for energy markets regulation & project leader, Foundation “Institute for Energy and Finance”,
His full biography and publications are available here.