Registration of Media Representatives for Russian Energy Week 2023 is now open
Online registration for media representatives attending the Russian Energy Week 2023 International Forum is now open. Registration will be available from 18 September to 2 October 2023. Russian Energy Week 2023 will take place on 11–13 October at the Manege Central Exhibition Hall, in Moscow. The main events of the programme will be held on 11 and 12 October, with 13 October designated as Youth Day.
Representatives of Russian and foreign media, as well as bloggers, can apply for participation in accordance with the accreditation rules for events posted on the official website of Russian Energy Week rusenergyweek.com in the ‘Media’ section.
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The Russian Energy Week International Forum is one of the key international platforms for discussing current trends in the development of the modern fuel and energy sector. The event is traditionally held at the highest level with the participation of the heads of the largest companies in the energy industry. In 2022, Russian Energy Week hosted more than 70 events with the participation of more than 270 speakers. The Forum was attended by over 3,000 participants and media representatives from Russia and 83 foreign countries and territories.
The Forum is organized by the Roscongress Foundation and the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, with the support of the Moscow City Government.
Official website of Russian Energy Week: rusenergyweek.com.
You can follow the event and industry news on the official Russian Energy Week page on VK.
Moscow, 13 October – Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak presented the Global Energy Prize to Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Viktor Orlov (Russia) for his fundamental research on the development of innovative energy technologies based on fast-neutron reactors with a heavy alloy coolant and a closed fuel cycle.
At Russian Energy Week, RusHydro and Russian Railways signed an agreement on cooperation in ensuring the safe operation of Russian Railways infrastructure, including hydro, man-made, and energy facilities.
Participants in the session ‘Oil and Gas: Technological Sovereignty’ at the Russian Ener-gy Week International Forum 2022 agreed that major oil and gas corporations are changing how they work with private technology suppliers due to pressure from sanctions and the implementa-tion of accelerated import substitution projects. The session was organized by the Russian Energy Agency of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation and the Roscongress Foundation with the support of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation.