Russian Energy Week organizing committee begins drafting business programme
Russian Deputy Minister of Energy Anton Inyutsyn chaired a meeting of the working group in charge of drafting the business programme for the ‘Russian Energy Week’ International Forum.
Following the discussion, the working group supported the initiative of experts and companies to introduce additional formats for events and expand the business programme.
Inyutsyn said that more requests for events are already being received this year compared to the previous year thanks to the effectiveness of the discussions, negotiations, and agreements held at REW 2017.
“The decisions we made today will make it possible to include more new topics in the business programme and involve new participants in the discussion,” he said in wrapping up the meeting.
The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin will participate in the plenary session of the Russian Energy Week 2017. The news has been announced by the Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov. “The International Forum on energy efficiency and energy development Russian Energy Week will take place October 3 through 7 in Moscow and St. Petersburg. President Putin will participate in the plenary session of the Russian Energy Week”, said Mr. Peskov. The Presidential Press Secretary also added that the main topic of the event is ‘Energy for global growth’. ‘The section where the president will participate also includes a panel discussion. This should be fascinating’, added Mr. Peskov.
Moscow, 7 October. – Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak held an informal meeting with students and young specialists in the fuel and energy sector as part of Youth Day during Russian Energy Week. The minister answered questions from the discussion participants in the hall. Young people from Russia’s regions also had an opportunity to interact with the minister via a video bridge. The conversation primarily focused on the future of energy, the role of hydrocarbons, successes in import substitution, modern technologies, and personnel potential.
Experts discussed the future of the fuel and energy complex (FEC) as seen through the lens of the economy digitalization at the Uniting the Efforts of the Infrastructure Sector and the Regions to Achieve Economic Growth plenary session that was held during the Russian Energy Week.