Global Turkey in Europe
Turkey is central for European energy interests. It is not only a significant energy consumer, but it is also at the heart of energy geopolitics. How can the EU and Turkey enhance their cooperation in the energy sector?
Turkey is central for European energy interests. It is not only a significant energy consumer, but it is also at the heart of energy geopolitics, being a central transit state located at the intersection of the east-western and north-southern energy corridors in the Mediterranean and Eurasia.
In light of this, the Stiftung Mercator, IAI, the IPC, and the ECFR are organising a conference on how the EU and Turkey can enhance their cooperation in the energy sector.
Dick Oosting, ECFR
Nathalie Tocci, IAI
SESSION I: Turkish-European Energy Relations
Chair: Nona Mikhelidze, IAI
David Koranyi, Atlantic Council
Niccolò Sartori, IAI
Mehmet Dogan Ucok, IICEC
Dimitar Bechev, ECFR
SESSION II: Turkey as a Regional Energy Hub
Chair: Fuat Keyman, IPC
Ayla Gurel, PRIO
John M. Roberts, Methinks Ltd
Saban Kardas, TOBB University of Economics and Technology
Giacomo Luciani, Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Ahmet Evin, IPC
Michael Schwarz, Stiftung Mercator