Energy resource-rich EU4Energy countries are emerging as important contributors to global energy supplies and to world energy security. The region has significantly expanded its oil and gas exports to international markets, while the region’s hydropower export potential remains largely untapped. Region however is surrounded by mature or large emerging markets, with ample possibilities of absorbing new export volumes from the region. Energy security for net exporters therefore include emerging interest in eliminating the vaseful use of energy and making available additional export volumes and to net importers eliminating the import dependence by maximising energy efficiency gains potential and encouraging larger scale deployment of clean energy technologies.
The three-day event in Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan will look into wide variety of energy security related topics, supporting discussions in Focus Countries to tailor make policies for reaching national targets.
SESSION 1: Data on Energy Subsidies
SESSION 2: Energy Efficiency and Energy Subsidies
SESSION 3: Common Challenges
SESSION 4: International best practices
SESSION 5: Energy Subsidy Reform Scenarios
SESSION 1: Communications and Subsidies
SESSION 2: Country Case Studies & Subsidies Wrap-up
SESSION 3: How to read an energy balance
SESSION 4: Saving Electricity in a Hurry
SESSION 1: Oil and Gas Supply Security
SESSION 2: Storage and Fuel Switching Issues
SESSION 3: Data for Energy Security