Please join the Atlantic Council for a discussion of NATO's role in energy security on November 15, 2013 from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. with Colonel Romualdas Petkevicius, the Director of the NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence (ENSEC COE).

Since NATO’s ENSEC COE was established in Lithuania, its mission has been to provide comprehensive subject matter expertise on energy security to ensure protection of energy supplies and energy infrastructure, promote energy efficiency for military forces, and provide technical, scientific, and political analysis to mitigate threats and increase cooperation within the international energy community. Col. Petkevicius will make remarks on the functions and structure of the ENSEC COE and how the Center fits into broader NATO policies concerning energy security. Following Col. Petkevicius’ remarks, the participants will engage in a discussion of the opportunities and challenges surrounding NATO's role in energy security, moderated by Robert Nurick, senior fellow for the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council.


When you arrive, please use the West Tower elevators.
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