On 30-31 May 2013, the Groningen Centre of Energy Law (University of Groningen) and the Institute of European Studies at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University) organize in cooperation with the University of Aberdeen a conference on “The legal Aspects of Guaranteeing EU-Russian Security of Energy Demand and Supply”. The conference will analyze EU-Russia energy relations from a legal point of view. The objective is to examine new ways of shaping EU-Russia energy relations.
More information, background and practical.
The full programme
The conference takes place at NV Nederlandse Gasunie, Concourslaan 17, Groningen. Although participation is free of charge, because of security reasons registration is mandatory. Please find the registration form here. In case you wish to attend one out of two days, please indicate which in the Comments section of the registration form.
There is also an opportunity to receive a certificate of participation for the participants which intend to attend the conference in the course of their permanent education.
This conference is part of a programme celebrating the 400 years relationship between the Russian Federation and the Netherlands and follows the Energy Forum that will be held on 29 May in Groningen. We kindly invite you to attend this conference as well. If you wish to attend the Energy Forum please contact Ms. Eline de Wagt at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration as this event is invite-only.
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Find here the report and presentations.
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