5th EUCERS Executive Energy Seminar
Changes and Challenges in International Energy Markets
One week Programme: 23.-27.5.2016
The European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) is pleased to offer the Executive Energy Seminar for the fifth time in 2016.
Join a select group of internationally renowned energy experts to examine the trends, and underlying causes, in global energy markets. Discuss with fellow business leaders how this knowledge can be used to effectively meet the challenges of falling oil prices, political turmoil and rising resource nationalism.
This one week course held in the Somerset House East Wing of King’s College London provides the ideal platform for business leaders and professionals to exchange views and deepen their knowledge of today’s highly complex and competitive climate.
| Entry Criteria|
Application deadline: 1 May 2016
Application Fee £60
The fee includes:
• Tuition and materials
• One day conference
• ‘Future of oil’ workshop
• Course materials
• Social programme
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This programme is geared towards mid to senior level managers or business executives at strategic or operational levels, working in the oil, gas and energy industries.
During this one week programme the 12-15 participants will discuss a wide range of topics related to the consequences of falling oil prices, Europe’s gas dependency and renewable energy in Europe. Seminars will also focus on the future of coal and nuclear power in the global energy mix.
In 2016 there will be a regional focus on Iraq as an emerging energy superpower. Delegates will have the opportunity to participate, discuss and network at a workshop, organized by EUCERS, welcoming 50 experts from academia, industry, government and media to discuss the topic of “The Future
EUCERS Undergraduate Summer School
Since 2011 EUCERS collaborates with the Summer School Office at King’s College on a summer programme on Global Energy Politics. This year's programme is again taught by Alexandra-Maria Bocse, who is currently completing a PhD in Politics and International Studies at the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge. Global Energy Politics is a highly innovative and unique course, which looks at a range of issues such as energy security for importing countries, the geopolitics of energy, war for natural resources, the political economy of energy and the politics of climate change. The course aims to bridge the gap between academic theory and the logic of real-world politics through off-campus visits to energy companies and energy analysts and also features a simulation of international climate change negotiation, challenging the students to apply their knowledge to a real-world problem. Most importantly, this course provides a clear conceptual framework, which will make it easier to understand the energy challenges of the future.
Please find more information at King's Summer School