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The role of intergovernmental organisations in energy security: can the Energy Charter provide a new benchmark for global energy governance?

A talk by Dr Marat Terterov, Principal Coordinator, Energy Charter Knowledge Centre, Brussels
When Nov 26, 2014
from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Room 138, 1st floor, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DT
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Dr Marat Terterov is a Research Fellow at the Energy Charter Knowledge Centre in Brussels, responsible for the design and delivery of a range of training programs for the younger generation of energy leaders, as well as the drafting of strategy papers analysing the onward evolution of the Energy Charter Process. He received his education in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom, and holds a D.Phil. (PhD) in Middle Eastern studies from St. Antony's College, Oxford University (obtained in 2002). Dr Terterov has written widely on the countries of the former-USSR and Middle East from the perspective of their geopolitics, domestic security and international relations. His commentaries and rather frank opinions are visible widely in the international media and in frequent public meetings between experts. Dr Terterov gained experience in the energy sphere through several years of work as a conference organiser focusing on the Russian gas industry, and later by working as a Senior Advisor to the Secretary General of the Secretariat of the Energy Charter Treaty in Brussels. He speaks English and Russian fluently, while also being conversational in Egyptian Arabic and having very basic knowledge of French.