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Energy in the Eastern Mediterranean: promise or peril? 18 septembre 2014

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Egmont Paper (EGMONT) No. 65, May 2014
Egmont – Royal Institute for International Relations

By David Koranyi & Sami Andoura (Eds) *

The Egmont Institute and the Atlantic Council publish their Joint Report on « Energy in the Mediterranean: Promise or Peril ? », edited by Sami Andoura and David Koranyi. In order to address the different challenges and opportunities for energy cooperation in the Eastern Mediterranean Region and Levant Basin, EGMONT – The Royal Institute for International Relations together with the Atlantic Council, and supported by H. E. Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders, opened an expert dialogue in 2013 in order to look at how the management of the new energy resources could act as a vector for cooperation between the concerned countries.

The activities aim at finding new possibilities for cooperation on political and security challenges, energy infrastructure development, the regulatory and legal framework, environmental concerns, and bilateral and regional structures, in a manner that enhances stability and security in the region, increases European energy security, contributes to a comprehensive Cyprus settlement, and promotes wider regional cooperation. The Egmont Institute and the Atlantic Council have brought together an influential group of experts, private-sector stakeholders, and government officials from the region, as well as from the European Union and the United States, with the aim to facilitate a candid dialogue on developing the hydrocarbon resources in the Eastern Mediterranean.

* Professor Sami Andoura is a senior research fellow at the Egmont Institute and at the Jacques Delors Institute, and is the Holder of the Chair of European Energy Policy of the College of Europe. David Koranyi is the acting director of the Atlantic Council’s Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center.

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