Eurasian Series Conferences
Oil and gas producing countries in the Caspian basin and Central Asia region have experienced rapid economic growth over the last decade under high energy prices, while suffering from highly volatile global energy prices. These countries have rich hydrocarbon, hydro, renewable and alternative energy resources and geopolitical advantages. There are issues with rational use and effective management of these energy resources. Playing an important role for Europe's energy security, the efficient use of investment and innovative opportunities in the energy sector of these countries and the formation of a regional energy market are among the most crucial issues.
To address the energy challenges in Eurasia region, the IAEE has started conducting a series of Eurasian conferences. The 1st IAEE Eurasian Conference on the topic of the “Energy Economics Emerging from the Caspian Region: Challenges and Opportunities” was held on 28-31 August, 2016 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The 2nd IAEE Eurasian Conference on the topic of the “Energy in Eurasia: Economic Perspectives on Challenges, Risks and Opportunities” was held on 13-14 October 2017, in Zagreb, Croatia. The 3rd IAEE Eurasian Conference on the topic “Implications of global developments within the energy industry in the Caspian and Central Asia Region” was held on 18-20 October 2018, in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The 4th Eurasian Conference will take place in Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan*, Kazakhstan, on October 17-19, 2019.
In addition to its rich program, with its informal social functions, the conference will provide a unique opportunity for networking and enhancing communication amongst energy professionals from business, government, academia and other circles worldwide.
The conference program is being prepared by an International Program Committee to ensure that critical issues of vital concern and importance to governments and industries are presented, considered and discussed from all perspectives. In this context, many existing sessions on key current energy issues, featuring internationally established speakers and lively discussions, can be expected. The local arrangements are being planned by a Local Organizing Committee to guarantee excellent logistics at best quality. The Sponsorship Committee works to make sure the rich program and arrangements of the conference get available to delegates at affordable rates.
*The name of capital city of Kazakhstan has been changed from Astana to Nur-Sultan in 2019.