The event will be held on 23 June in the famous "Adlon Kempinski Berlin". The conference will bring together senior representatives from leading energy companies, legislative and executive authorities, international and national gas associations, business and academic circles of Russia and the EU.

Issues to be addressed:

Reputation and role of the natural gas as the most ecological fossil fuel,the role of the natural gas in reaching EU climate targets; the role of Russia in providing secure supply of the natural gas to the European market, new market niches for natural gas, development of the new natural gas transport corridors from Russia to EU – is it possibility or risk.

Confirmed keynote speakers from Russian side:

Anatoly Yanovsky, Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation;

Alexander Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Management Committee, Gazprom;

Pavel Zavalniy, President of the Russian Gas Society, Chairman, Committee on Energy, State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation;

Vladimir Feigin, Russian Co-Chair of the EU-Russia Gas Advisory Council;

Konstantin Simonov, Director General, National Energy Security Fund.

Confirmed foreign Speakers:

Seyed Mohammad Hussein Adeli; General Secretary of the Forum of gas exporting countries;

Peter Ramsauer, Chairman of the Committee of the German Bundestag for economy and energy;

Rainer Zeele, Chairman of the Executive Board of OMV AG

Ties Tiessen, Member of the Executive Board, Wintershall Holding GmbH;

Vladimir Drebentsov, Vice-President BP Russia;

Klaus-Dieter Barbknecht, Rector TU Bergakademie Freiberg;

Timm Kehler, Chairman Zukunft Erdgas;

Mariarosa Baroni,Chairman and CEO NGV Italy;

Pascal De Buck,Chairman of the Executive Board, Chief Executive Officer, Fluxys;

Wim Groenendijk, Vice-President International Affairs and Regulation, Gasunie;

Alexander Rahr, political scientist.

The history of the international conference devoted to the energy cooperation of Russia and EU in the gas sector includes ten years. Russian gas society organizes this event with the support of Gazprom, since 2006. Initially, the host city was Berlin, but in recent years the conference moved to Brussels as the decision-making center on energy policy of the EU. Over the years of its existence, the international conference "Energy dialogue Russia-EU: gas aspect", has become well-known, respected and relevant platform to conduct sharp but constructive discussions on the most actual and complex issues of relations between Russia and the European Union in the gas sector.

The political complications of recent times have resulted in 2015m, on the initiative of the European partners of the Russian gas society a meeting of representatives of the European Union of gas industry and the Russian gas society in a small circle behind closed doors and without press coverage had been hosted instead of the Xth international conference. The Russian side is always ready to use all platforms to discuss the situation. It believes that the partnership of Russia and EU in ensuring energy security on the European continent in the long term has no alternative. However, as the President of the RGS, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on energy Pavel Zavalniy repeatedly emphasized, “we believe that the issues of cooperation in energy security should be discussed not behind the scenes, but in an open dialogue between the parties, as this problem affects millions of people."

That is why the Russian gas society made the decision to arrange the tenth conference in June in Berlin.

The event starts on 23 June at 9.30 a.m. 

The press-conference starts at 11.30 a.m. 


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