The energy markets have been shaken by the instability of Middle East oil and the vulnerability of nuclear power. Moreover, developing countries like China are becoming bigger energy consumers, while energy producers like Russia see the opportunity to widen their influence. In this changed landscape, how will the U.S.'s energy needs affect its relations with other nations?
Please join the Foreign Policy Association for a keynote address by H.E. Nassir Al-Nasser, President of the United Nations General Assembly and Minister of State of Qatar, and a panel discussion on "The Energy Picture, Redrawn."
|9:55 am||Opening remarks|
Keynote Address by H.E. Nassir Al-Nasser
|10:30 am||Coffee break|
Panel Discussion “The Energy Picture, Redrawn”
Moderater: Richard A. Navarre, President, Peabody Energy
|12:00 pm||Closing Remarks|
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