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"New Regional Opportunities: Can Turkey be an Energy Hub by 2023?"

Venue: Elite World Hotel Istanbul, Rumeli Hall
Date: 1 October 2013 Time: 10:00 – 12:00

Please click here to view the photo album of the roundtable.

 

Turkish Policy Quarterly’s roundtable discussion on energy policies delved into the question of Turkey’s potential to be an energy hub in the coming decade and examined the current developments regarding the geo-strategically significant Southern Corridor for Azerbaijani natural gas.

 

Speakers:
Mehmet Öğütçü, Chairman, Global Resources Corporation
Hakan Türker, Vice President – External Affairs, BP Turkey
Gulmira Rzayeva, Principal Research Fellow, Center for Strategic Studies of Azerbaijan (SAM)
Moderator: Zeynep Dereli, Managing Director, APCO Worldwide Turkey Office

Please click here to see the press release.

 

With support from BP Turkey

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