On-line Availability of Conference Presentations
All available Plenary, Dual-plenary and Concurrent Session presentations will be displayed at this Conference web-site after the Conference. For this purpose, we kindly request that all Speakers (who would agree to having their presentations displayed at the web-site) hand in an electronic copy of their presentation file to the Organization Committee member responsible for their Session Room.
The Conference Scientific Program is now finalized.
If you are a Speaker, Panel Member or Chairperson in any of the Conference Sessions, we especially request that you check and confirm the Time Window, Title and Session of your activity.
The lunches have been prepared by the Turkish National Culinary Team Captain, Ümit Yüksel”. Please check http://www.tumaf.org.tr/en/default.aspx.
It is our great pleasure to announce the 31st IAEE International Conference Bridging Energy Supply and Demand: Logistics, Competition and Environmentand invite you to the wonderful historical city of Istanbul.
Turkey’s geopolitical location provides a natural energy corridor bridging East and West, while at the same time linking Northern and Eastern Europe with the Mediterranean. It will serve as an appropriate backdrop for the conference’s exploration of the most sensitive, controversial and strategic issues facing the global energy sector in the opening quarter of the 21st century. Among them: oil and gas economics, geopolitical dimensions of maintaining reliable supplies, and alternative supply sources and transportation routes.
This Conference, hosted by the Turkish Association for Energy Economics (TRAEE), will provide a professional and objective discussion platform for people from all segments of the global energy industry (such as, researchers, developers, providers, transporters and users). This diverse gathering will provide an excellent opportunity to explore current energy issues, gain insights into global energy policies, understand factors that will shape the energy sector in coming years, and evaluate uncertainties in energy markets.
The Kyoto Protocol’s first commitment period starts in 2008, and the conference will discuss emission certificate trading, pricing and post-Kyoto conditions. In order to highlight both this nice twist of fate, and Kyoto’s flexibility mechanisms facilitating emission reductions, the organizing committee will initiate a study to
reduce the environmental burden of the conference by establishing a fund to finance the reduction of an equal amount of emissions elsewhere. Our target is to organize a zero emission conference – for the first time in IAEE history.
We are looking forward to welcoming you for an unforgettable conference in Istanbul.
Let’s meet where continents and cultures converge.