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  • The Forum brings together leading European and global experts on energy security, clean energy and energy diplomancy

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  • Creating a right energy mix for the clean and secure future

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Unfortunately, given the current and rapidly worsening situation with the Coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the decision to postpone the event until further notice.


The health, wellbeing and safety of our speakers, customers, partners and staff are of paramount importance to us, and in the current environment, it is difficult to ensure that we provide a sufficiently low-risk environment for participants at the event.


We will continue to monitor situation and let you know the new dates for the event as soon as they become confirmed. The additional time available with the rescheduling of the event, will also allow us to create an even bigger and better event for you when we run it.


In the meantime, we thank you for your patience, understanding and loyal support as we move together through this difficult time.


Best regards,
Organising Committee
Energy Security for the Future Forum






5th Annual Energy Security Forum is scheduled to take place at the Yacht Club of Monaco on May 26, 2020. Held annually in partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Aleksander Kwasniewski Foundation “Amicus Europae”, the Forum brings together leading global policy makers and thought leaders, key energy market players and recognized industry experts advocating for energy security and sustainability, as well as promoting innovation and inclusion. .

Over the course of four years, Forum’s welcomed public influencers and opinion leaders, including President of Latvia Mr, Raimonds Vējonis, President of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, President of Slovenia Mr. Danilo Turk (2007-2012), Prime Minister of Italy Mr. Romano Prodi, Vice Chancellor of Germany Mr. Joschka Fischer (1998-2005), Prime Minister of Belgium Mr. Guy Verhofstandt (1999-2008), Director of the CIA’s Counterterrorist Center (1999-2002) and Ambassador at Large for Counterterrorism Mr. Joseph Cofer Black, U.S. Senator for Louisiana Mary Landrieu, U.S. State Department’s Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs David L. Goldwyn, European Commissioner for Energy and Development Mr. Andris Piebalgs (2004-2014), Prime Minister of Denmark (2001 – 2009) and NATO Secretary General (2009 – 2014) Anders Fogh Rasmussen, President of Poland (1995 – 2005) Aleksander Kwasniewski, Chancellor of Austria (2007 – 2008) Alfred Gusenbauer, President of Bulgaria (1997 – 2002) Petar Stoyanov and many others.


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Danilo Türk

President of Slovenia, 2007 - 2012

Aleksander Kwaśniewski

Former President of Poland; Director, Burisma Group 

Jean-Arnold Vinois

Adviser on European Energy Policy at the Jacques Delors Institute, Honorary Director of the European Commission - Directorate General for Energy

Andrey Belyi

Professor of Law and Energy Policy, University of East Finland

Vanand Meliksetian

Senior Advisor, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry for Economic Affairs

William Powell

Editor-in-Chief, Natural Gas Europe