II Moscow International Forum "Energy Security. Eurasian Scenario"

II Moscow International Forum "Energy Security. Eurasian Scenario" 14.04.2022

On April 26, 2022 the Gubkin Russian State Oil and Gas University will host the II Moscow International Forum "Energy Security. Eurasian Scenario" in frames of a set of events of the International Forum "Oil and Gas - 2022". Registration will be open till April 19, 2022.

The event is devoted to the vital issues of energy security in the Eurasian space (and beyond) and associated with the Memorial Day for those who were killed in radiation accidents and disasters. On April 26, 1986 the world's largest human-induced disaster took place at the Chernobyl NPP, which forced humanity to reconsider the concept of energy security and the model of cooperation at different levels of the field to prevent reoccurrence of such emergencies in future and mitigate consequences from other man-made accidents (accident at the Sayano-Shushenskaya Hydroelectric Power Plant on August 17, 2009).

The Forum will be held in a mixed (offline and offline & online) format with participation and organizational support from the RPO "Union of Criminalists and Criminologists", as well as information support from the Scientific and Engineering Centre for Nuclear and Radiation Safety.

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Photo: Presidium of the I Moscow International Forum "Energy Security. Eurasian Scenario". Left to right: V.G. Martynov, Rector of the Gubkin University; V.I. Yakunin, Head of the Department of State Policy of the Lomonosov Moscow State University; M.M. Matskevich, President of the Union of Criminalists and Criminologists.

The Forum topical areas:

  • Legal aspects of energy security;
  • "Green" economics;
  • Energy security in conditions of the current geopolitical agenda;
  • Vital issues of industrial safety in the context of sustainable development;
  • Cybersecurity of energy infrastructure;
  • Increasing energy stability of countries of the Eurasian Economic Union;
  • Import substitution program as a key factor for energy security;
  • Digitalization of the energy industry facilities — new threats to energy security.

Link for connection to the videoconference will be send in a separate email upon submitted Application Form from a Forum participant.

Based on the results of the Forum, it is planned to adopt a resolution and certain recommendations, which will be submitted to executive and legislative authorities, including the Presidential Administration, Government and Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.

In order to take part in the event and for further details, please, contact the Secretary of the organizing committee.

Information about the I Moscow International Forum "Energy Security. Eurasian Scenario" is available by link. Attachment: Application Form.

Contact information: Elizaveta Ovchinnikova, Secretary of the organizing committee, ovchinnikova.e@gubkin.ru.

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