Adrian Ciurtin, speaker at the ”Bucharest Forum – Energy”…

Trans-Caspian natural gas pipelineAdrian Ciurtin, Managing Partner of Ciurtin&Associates, was one of the keynote speakers at the Bucharest Forum – Energy event organized by Aspen Institute Romania, with the support of Adevarul Holding.

The conference with the theme ”Navigating Changing Currents: New Energy Policies and Business Trends in the Black Sea – Caspian region” was held on May 23-24, 2013 in Bucharest. Contributors and supporters included Maldon & Wat, the National Development Committee, GMF Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation and The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

The conference followed the highly successful Bucharest Economic Forum held in the fall of 2012: “Equity for Long Term Growth and Stability in Romania and the Danube and the Greater Black Sea Region – Is a New Silk Road possible?”.

Bucharest Forum Energy builds on a series of events covering energy security, energy efficiency and green energy the Aspen Institute Romania developed within the framework of its Energy and Environment Policy Program.

Other keynote speakers were Constantin Niţă, Minister Delegate for Energy, Daniel Stein, Senior Advisor on Energy Resources, U.S. Department of State, Tudor Constantinescu, Principal Advisor, DG Energy, EC, Nicolae Havrileţ, President, ANRE, Reinhard Mitschek, CEO, Nabucco Gas Pipeline International, Kakha Kaladze, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources, Georgia, Luca D’Agnese, CEO, Enel Romania, Edward Chow, Senior Fellow, CSIS, Julian Popov, Minister of Environment and Water of Bulgaria, Dan Gheorghiu, Honorific Adviser on Energy to the Prime Minister, Cornelius Granig, CEO, Siemens Ukraine, Grzegorz Konieczny, CEO, Franklin Templeton Romania, Bogdan Chiriţoiu, President of the Romanian Competition Council, Iulian Iancu, Chairman of the Commission on Industry and Services of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies and Valeriu Alexandru Binig, Director, Energy & Resources Leader, Deloitte.

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