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Energy security

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Plenary / Panel
in englischer Sprache

Which strategies should the EU pursue to diversify its energy sources? What can be done to reduce its vulnerability to potential supply shocks? What are the opportunities and challenges of large infrastructure projects such as the Nabucco pipeline? Will the development of a joint EU energy policy based on an integrated common market enable the EU to act in a more coherent way globally?

Chief Executive Officer and Spokesman, Salzburg AG
Professor für Politikwissenschaften, Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck
Director for Strategy, Coordination and Analysis, DG External Relations, European Commission, Brussels
Legal and EU Regulatory Affairs Advisor, Wellbury Infrastrukturberatungsgesellschaft, Vienna
Editor-In-Chief, WirtschaftsBlatt, Vienna

Dr. Arno GASTEIGER

Chief Executive Officer and Spokesman, Salzburg AG

Study of law, University of Innsbruck, Dr. iur. Department of Immigration, Canberra, Australia Board of Trade, Salzburg Newspaper "Salzburger Nachrichten" Broadcast station "ORF" Department Manager in the Govenment of Salzburg Vice Governor of "Land Salzburg" Spokesman of the board of "SAFE"
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Mag. Dr. Gerhard MANGOTT

Professor für Politikwissenschaften, Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck

Permanent and Senior Research Fellow on Eastern Europe and the former USSR at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs (OIIP) in Vienna Lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna Professor of Political Science at the University of Innsbruck Scientific Adviser on Post-Soviet Affairs for the Austrian Institute for International Affairs (OIIP) in Vienna
 Studies in Political Science, History and Slavonics at the Universities of Innsbruck and Salzburg with a special focus on Comparative Political Science (political systems of Eastern Europe and the USSR) and International Relations
1991-2008
since 1995
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Dr. Gerhard SABATHIL

Director for Strategy, Coordination and Analysis, DG External Relations, European Commission, Brussels

Study of economics and history at Munich University Assistant Professor at the Institute for Infrastructure of Munich University PhD in Economics in Munich, Research Scholar at the Centre of Public Choice of Professor Buchanan, Virginia State University, USA Head of Unit, Regional & Sectoral Economic Policy at the German Federation of Chambers of Commerce (DIHK), Bonn European Commission, DG Competition - State Aids, Brussels Member of the Cabinet of Vice-President Narjes Assistant of the Director General for Budget Counsellor for Politics, Economy & Press Affairs in the Delegation of the European Commission for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and OSCE in Prague Deputy Head of Unit for Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia in Brussels Visiting professor at the Prague Economic University Head of Unit for Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FR Yugoslavia, FYROMacedonia Ambassador of the European Commission to Norway and Iceland in Oslo Head of the Representation of the European Commission to Germany in Berlin
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Mag. Renaud VAN DER ELST

Legal and EU Regulatory Affairs Advisor, Wellbury Infrastrukturberatungsgesellschaft, Vienna

Lic.Iur. in Economic and Social Law, Université Catholique de Louvain and Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, Belgium Postgraduate degree in European Business Administration, South Bank University, London Analyst, Holding Development Unit: Market research and relations with international investors, B.G.A. (soft capital regional agency for the Aachen area), Germany Administrator, Treuhandanstalt (former privatisation agency for East Germany), Berlin Audit Supervisor/Consultant, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Brussels Investment Manager, Fortis Private Equity, Brussels Master in European Law, Institut d Etudes Européennes, Brussels Board Director, MAC Telecom (wireless telecommunication), Brussels
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Eva KOMAREK

Editor-In-Chief, WirtschaftsBlatt, Vienna

Editor, Newspaper Department Finance, WirtschaftsBlatt, Vienna Bureau Chief, Correspondents Austria, Dow Jones International and Wall Street Journal, Vienna Head of Department, Art Market, WirtschaftsBlatt, Vienna Senior Correspondent, Reuters, Vienna Deputy Editor-in-Chief and Head of Department, News, WirtschaftsBlatt, Vienna
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