The business programme of ‘Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023’ Scientific and Practical Conference has been published
The Russian Energy Week International Forum will hold the second ‘Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023’ Scientific and Practical Conference. It is organized by the Russian Energy Agency of the Ministry of Energy of Russia and the Roscongress Foundation with the support of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation.
At the plenary session entitled ‘Medium- and Long-Term Scientific and Technological Development of the Russian Fuel and Energy Complex in the New Environment’, Ivan Lobanov, Rector of Plekhanov Russian Economic University; Andrey Klepach, Chief Economist of VEB; Alexei Kulapin, Director General of the Russian Energy Ministry’s REA; Nikolay Rogalev, Rector of the Moscow Power Engineering Institute; Grigory Gladkovsky, Deputy Chief Engineer of Rosseti; and other experts will discuss what factors and emerging technological trends will influence the energy landscape of the future and how to ensure advanced scientific and technological development of the Russian fuel and energy sector.
“Today, the country’s fuel and energy complex faces important tasks of ensuring technological sovereignty and developing new technologies. We need not just to replace imported developments, but to be one step ahead, to create our own competitive technologies, goods and services that can become new global standards. Within the framework of the Conference we will try to develop recommendations that will help to shorten the path from invention of technologies to their implementation in order to achieve technological sovereignty,” said Alexei Kulapin, Director General of the Russian Energy Ministry’s REA.
During the panel sessions, representatives of industry companies, authorities, scientific and expert community will consider in detail models and methods of forecasting the development of domestic and global energy, the prospects of distributed and local energy, technological development of the coal industry. Special attention will be paid to the methods of energy statistics, domestic developments in the field of hydrogen energy, alternative fuels and technologies for motor transport, energy security, as well as energy development of Russia and ASEAN countries until 2035.
“The ‘Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023’ Scientific and Practical Conference is being held for the second time, and I think it will become a traditional event within the framework of the Russian Energy Week and an annual platform for discussions on fuel and energy complex. In the current conditions of the ‘energy transition’, it is especially important to come up with long-term scenarios for the industry’s development, which is what the experts at the Conference will be doing,” said Vladimir Zatynaiko, Deputy CEO of the Roscongress Foundation and Director of the Russian Energy Week International Forum.
The ‘Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023’ Scientific and Practical Conference will take place on 10 October 2023 at Radisson Blu Olympiyskiy (1, Samarskaya Ulitsa, Moscow). The Conference is part of the Russian Energy Week International Forum that will be held in Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow on 11–13 October 2023.
For more information and participant registration, go to tedconf.ru.
During an interview with radio station Business FM on the sidelines of REW 2017, Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak discussed the outcomes of the event and the agreements concluded there, as well as the prospects for global oil markets, the development of the gas sector, the future of the energy balance in Russia and globally over the next two decades, and cooperation with foreign partners.
The business programme for the milestone 5th Russian Energy Week International Forum, to be held on 12–14 October at the Manege (Moscow), comprises more than 40 events grouped into 6 topics under the banner “Global Energy in a Multipolar World”. Much of the programme is dedicated to the international agenda, as dictated by the new challenges that global energy markets have recently had to face.