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Romania’s Presidency of the Council of the EU and its Energy Policy Priorities
It is the purpose of the October 31, 2017 roundtable organized by EPG and CEPS Energy Climate House in Bucharest to discuss and articulate, along with reputed experts, what should constitute the core and focus of Romania’s energy policy position surrounding its Presidency of the Council of the EU.
- What are the likely challenges to Romania’s expected energy policy lines during its EU Presidency? What are the likely opportunities? How should the country manage them politically and diplomatically?
- What is the relevance of regional cooperation formats, such as CESEC?
- How can overall EU-wide convergence of regional energy cooperation on natural gas and electricity markets be maintained?
- What are the most fruitful areas of energy policy cooperation among Romania and the other two members of the presidency trio, Finland and Croatia?