The Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Forum is the go-to conference on the geopolitics of the energy transformation, where energy and foreign policy leaders come together to set the energy agenda for the year and examine the longer-term geopolitical and geo-economic implications of the changing energy system.

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Coverage announcing the Global Energy Forum

Coverage of Atlantic Council President and CEO, Frederick Kempe’s interview with Emirates News Agency

Coverage of a January 10 roundtable discussion on regional geopolitics, energy, and security.

Media coverage of the Global Energy Forum

  • US sanctions on Iran will boost Middle East energy security: State Department official (S&P Global Platts)
  • GE committed to implementing Iraqi power projects, says head of gas power unit (The National)
  • The UAE is rallying world leaders to fight climate change (The National)
  • The US was ‘absolutely correct’ to target Iran’s top general: James Jones (CNBC)
  • US committed to regional political stability, energy partnerships still needed: Francis Fannon (Emirates News Agency)
  • Masdar to Develop $483 Million Waste-to-Energy Australia Plant (Bloomberg)
  • Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum: 2020 will witness many shifts in energy (Al Ittihad)
  • Carbon capture, technology transfer successful energy transition mechanisms in UAE, say experts (Emirates News Agency)
  • The US wants political stability in the Middle East: Energy official (CNBC)
  • Mubadala Has No Plans to Sell Nova Chemicals: Al-Kaabi (Bloomberg)

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