‘Arctic: Territory of Dialogue’ International Arctic Forum
St. Petersburg, Russia
St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2019
St. Petersburg, Russia
“Alternative energy will occupy a considerable niche in a diverse generation portfolio. It will most certainly continue to develop and replace less efficient technologies. This trend will continue, but its pace depends on regulations and the competitiveness of available technologies. As these technologies become commercially appealing, their cost goes down. In time, renewable sources of energy like wind and sun will largely edge out traditional energy sources. Of course, the traditional sources will remain, but will function in a somewhat different capacity: as a tool for balancing the system, providing electricity during peak periods.”
“The Forum has proved itself as an effective specialist platform where industry experts, representatives of the bodies of executive power, and non-governmental organizations have the opportunity to discuss the widest possible range of issues linked to energy efficiency and conservation in housing and utilities and in construction, to present successful cases of project execution, and to share views as part of a constructive dialogue. I wish the Forum participants success in their work!”
The main theme for the Forum in 2018 is 'Sustainable Energy for an Unpredictable World'.
“In an era of great transformation, when new technologies are fundamentally changing the way of life to which we have become accustomed, the energy sector must simultaneously respond to the challenges of the age while also retaining its high level of reliability. And that is why the development of major infrastructure networks, accessible electricity, and the adoption of digital technologies have been named strategic priorities for Russia's economy. I am confident that the exchange of views at Russian Energy Week will facilitate the selection of the optimum trajectory for the development of energy and associated sectors.”
“Enterprises working in the fuel and energy sector continue to demonstrate steady growth despite the difficult market situation and artificial external constraints. In order to effectively implement Russia’s Energy Strategy until 2030, it is extremely important to maintain our competitive advantages and outline future ways to develop. Meeting these challenges requires coordination between government bodies, state corporations, and independent producers. The Russian Energy Week International Forum will help create the conditions for such coordination and, I believe, will also become a platform for constructive dialogue between experts in the fuel and energy sector.”
Russian Energy Week Speakers
Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation
- In the years 1988-2000 Worked at the Norilsk Mining and Metallurgical Combine.
- In 2000-2002 - Deputy Head of Norilsk on financial and economic issues.
- In 2002-2008 - in the administration of the Krasnoyarsk Territory: Deputy Governor.
- Since September 2008 - Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation.
Mayor of Moscow
- 2001–2005 – Governor of the Tyumen Region.
- November 2005 – Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office.
- 2008 – Deputy Prime Minister and Chief of the Government Staff.
- 2010 – Appointed Mayor of Moscow.
- 2013 – Elected Mayor of Moscow.
Chairman of the Management Board, PAO NOVATEK
- Since 2003 till now – A member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Management Board of NOVATEK.
President for Russia and Central Asia, Siemens AG
- Since April 2006 – CEO & President of Siemens Russia, Senior Vice-President Siemens AG.