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Ukraine Eastern Europe’s long-term energy security

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For a long time, energy security in Ukraine and Central and South East Europe by and large equalled security of gas supplies, particularly dependence, interconnections and gas transit. Recently, the de-bate has been evolving for example through Ukraine’s and the regions better integration into the Eu-ropean gas market, the increasingly globalising LNG market and Nord Stream 2. The webinar will ad-dress the question on how the European Green Deal but also the global effort to combat climate change is changing the energy security context not at least of natural gas. What is the future of natural gas in the region, particularly of newly built LNG terminals and the recently completed Southern Gas Corridor? How does US climate policy affect Ukraine energy security and what role will US LNG play? Will Ukraine and the region benefit develop hydrogen and renewables supply chains, such as a wider deployment of offshore wind?

This session will be run in Zoom, you must register in advance to gain access to the meeting and the details to join will be sent one hour prior of the event.

May 5th, 2021 3:00 PM   through   4:30 PM
CEPS (online),
Place du Congrès 1,
1000 Brussels,
Phone: +32 2 2293911
Event Info
Meeting ref
Responsible Ms. Irina Kustova
Secretary Ms. Isabelle Tenaerts

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