Geo-politics, Security Challenges and Sustainable Supplies
Energy security has become increasingly important and involves the stability of energy resources, sustainability of energy and the non-proliferation of nuclear energy. The Arab Institute for Security Studies (ACSIS) is organizing an international forum on Energy Security. Forum activities will commence in Amman (Jordan) for a period of two days starting on July 6th, 2011.Through this forum, ACSIS is aiming to promote regional cooperation in the fields of securing energy supplies, devising alternative oil supply routes, the effect of the regional security situation on the oil market as well as maintaining the physical security of energy infrastructures and resources against emerging threats. The meeting will witness international participation, speakers and audience represents more than 15 nationalities. A number of renowned institutions and think tanks will be present in this meeting including, World Bank, ECFA, ICCS, IEA, USAK, ECSSR, HCST, KAS as well as others. The meeting will focus on critical topics in energy security such as: analyzing security threats in the Middle East, devising new fuel distribution and transportation alternatives, promote intra-state cooperation in the field of “energy security”, alternative energy resources, impact of growing piracy in the horn of Africa, and many other topics of interest.
For more information on the upcoming Energy Security in the Middle East and Gulf Region Meeting please contact the Arab Institute for Security Studies at: info[.]acsis.org
Important Meeting on Nuclear and Water Security in the Middle East and Gulf Region