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Events18 February 2013
Conference "US Energy-Climate policies: How will Europe be affected?"
- Conference organized by HEC Energy & Finance Chair, sponsored by Deloitte and Société Générale CIB, in cooperation with CDC Climat Research.
- When: 18/02/2013
- Where: Caisse des Dépôts, 15 quai Anatole France 75007 Paris
- Speakers: Pr. Jean-Michel Gauthier, Richard H. Jones, Philip Lowe, Pr. Denny Ellerman, Yves-Louis Darricarrere, Benoît Leguet
- Cost: Free - By invitation only
- Contact us: renaultSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
Further to the 2012 US Presidential Election, the conference will focus on the US Energy and Climate Change policies and the extent to which they are to affect the EU policies and business.
Where is the US energy sector heading for? What are the consequences of the shale gas revolution on the US economy and environment? What consequences will the US energy independence have on the rest of the world? What policy initiatives are the US and the EU considering with a view to moving to a low carbon economy?
Program 5.00pm – 7.30pm
- Introduction Pr. Jean-Michel GAUTHIER, Executive Director, HEC Energy and Finance Chair
- The US energy outlook : does the shale gas exploitation change the game ? Richard H. JONES, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency
- Energy transition : EU perspectives Philip LOWE, Director General, DG Energy, European Commission (to be confirmed)
- Decarbonization of the economy: crossed lessons in the US and the EU Pr. Denny ELLERMAN, Director, Climate Policy Research Unit, European University Institute
- Impacts of the US-Climate policies for the EU energy companies Yves-Louis DARRICARRERE, President, Exploration-Production, TOTAL
- Conclusion Benoît LEGUET, Head of Research, CDC Climat