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"The ‘New Game’ of Energy in Turkey and its Neighborhood"

Date: 31 October 2012 Time: 11:00-13:00
Venue: Grand Hyatt Hotel, Istanbul, Ephesus Hall

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On 31 October 2012, Turkish Policy Quarterly (TPQ), in partnership with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) and with the support of BP Turkey, hosted a roundtable discussion titled "The 'New Game' of Energy in Turkey and its Neighborhood." The panelists of the event were Ambassador Matthew J. Bryza, Director of the International Centre for Defence Studies in Tallinn; Reha Aykul Muratoğlu, Head of Transit Petroleum Pipelines in the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of Turkey; and Jean-Arnold Vinois, Acting Director for Internal Energy Market of the Directorate General for Energy at the European Commission.


Supported by
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty


Sponsored by
BP Turkey

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