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    The energy security power contest

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    The energy security power contest

    Tue 30 Aug :

    10:00

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    12:00

    Conference

    The world order has been challenged by new imperialism and reset alliances in the global power play. How will the global community re-establish and secure the energy supply for the future?​

    How are the different markets positioning while the conflict in Ukraine unfolds, post-covid and with the push for energy transition? Will the choice need to be made between energy supply and security versus climate change and sustainability? ​

    Is the developing world lagging behind or taking the smart route? What will the geopolitical repositioning look like ahead?

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    Moderator

    Jason Bordoff

    Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy and Co-Founding Dean, Columbia Climate School, Columbia University

    Meghan L. O'Sullivan

    Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, Harvard University

    Narendra Taneja

    Chairman, Independent Energy Policy Institute (IEPI)

    Tatiana Mitrova

    Reserch Fellow, Columbia University

    Xenia Wickett

    Director, Wickett Advisory

    Yukon Huang

    Senior Fellow, Former World Bank Director for China and Russia, Carnegie Endowment For International Peace

    Moderator

    Jason Bordoff

    Founding Director, Center on Global Energy Policy and Co-Founding Dean, Columbia Climate School, Columbia University

    Meghan L. O'Sullivan

    Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International Affairs, Harvard University

    Narendra Taneja

    Chairman, Independent Energy Policy Institute (IEPI)

    Tatiana Mitrova

    Reserch Fellow, Columbia University

    Xenia Wickett

    Director, Wickett Advisory

    Yukon Huang

    Senior Fellow, Former World Bank Director for China and Russia, Carnegie Endowment For International Peace

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