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The Energy Security Power Contest
In the session "The Energy Security Power Contest" we discussed global markets, their positioning while conflicts unfold, post-covid and the push for an immediate energy transition. The speakers in this session are experts from all parts of the world, with experience that has given them unique perspectives and valuable insights.
For this panel debate O'Sullivan, Bordoff and Taneja are bringing us their views from years of experience in global politics from the US and India. They share their thoughts on what they think will happen next, how we got to where we are today and if there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Meghan L. O'Sullivan is the Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs at Harvard University’s Kennedy School. She is also a Partner at Macro Advisory Partners. She has broad experience in government, business, diplomacy, and academia specializing in foreign policy and national security, energy markets and the transition to a net-zero global economy.
Jason Bordoff is the co-Founding Dean of the Columbia Climate School, Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, and Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Bordoff is a leading expert in energy and climate policy, and has worked for President Obama, the UN and is a frequent commentator and writer for international publishers.
Narendra Taneja is the Chairman of the Independent Energy Policy Institute and Founder President of World Energy Policy Summit. He is rated as India's top expert on national and international energy issues, as well as a thinker, politician and TV debater and conversationist on topics like energy policy, diplomacy, geopolitics, security and energy poverty and empowerment.
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