EPRG public lecture by Radu Dudău on "Energy Security in the Black Sea Basin: Challenges and Options"

October 7, 2014 - 13:00 - 14:00
Nador u. 11
TIGY room (006), Nador 11 building courtyard
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Radu Dudău
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Radu Dudău

Radu Dudău will discuss the consequences of the Ukrainian crisis for the Black Sea region’s states, as well as for South East Europe. Focusing on the case of Romania, with its apparent revival of oil and gas projects, the strategic confusion about the most suited energy policies to shape this new potential development will be presented.


Radu Dudău is an Associate Professor of International Relations at Bucharest University and co-founder and director of Energy Policy Group (EPG), a Bucharest-based non-profit, independent think-tank specializing in energy policy, market analytics and energy strategy. He was Deputy Director at the Romanian Diplomatic Institute (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) from 2006 to 2010, a Fulbright Fellow with the National Security Program at Harvard Kennedy School of Government (2011), a New Europe College Fellow at the Danish Institute of International Relations (Copenhagen, 2006) and an OSI/FCO-Chevening scholar at Oxford University (1999-2000). His main expertise focus is energy security and natural resource geopolitics.


For this event no registration is required.