E-Symposium: The Geoeconomics of Energy in The MENA Region: The Fossil Fuel Dimension

E-Symposium: The Geoeconomics of Energy in The MENA Region: The Fossil Fuel Dimension

The Future of Energy Program (PFE) at the Center for the Study of Global Economic Future (CSGEF) organized its  1st annual Energy E-Symposium titled “The Geoeconomic of Energy in The MENA Region: The Fossil Fuel Dimension “. The event addressed the need to assess development in MENA’s energy sector and its transformation driven by global decarbonization and other factors. Featured speakers were Mr. Reed Blakemore, Deputy Director of the Global Energy Center at Atlantic Council; and Mr. Landon Derentz, Senior Director, Richard L. Morningstar Chair for Global Energy Security at the Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council. Mr Landon was the former Director for Energy on the National Security Council and the National Economic Council -The White House. The event was moderated by Prof. Renee Castaneda, Assistant Professor, at the College of Security and Global Studies at the American University of the Emirates. Mr. Mahmood Sharif Mahmood, Director General of CSGEF

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A panel discussion on the MENA region’s energy sector was held recently where experts shared their thoughts on various aspects of the industry. The discussion touched upon issues such as competition for finding cheap fossil fuels, global economic landscape, and the importance of partnerships. The panelists highlighted the need to collaborate with less mature national oil companies to help increase their capacity and deploy capital towards better policies. They also emphasized the importance of reducing wasteful practices and developing low carbon industries in consuming nations. The experts also spoke about the upcoming COP event and how the UAE’s hosting of the event will provide an opportunity for all voices to be heard.

 

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