GEA talk on global energy on May 3

By Keefe Borden30 April 2021

The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), the global platform of the world’s leading gas-producing nations, will host the next lecture in its ongoing series of GECF lectures on Monday May 3, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. in Doha, Qatar, which is 6:30 a.m. U.S. Central time.

Sergey Brilev, president of the Global Energy Association, will give a lecture entitled “Global Energy: Supporting Science and Innovation,” the 53rd lecture of the series and the fifth for this year. Briley will be sharing with the GECF his expertise about the promotion of an innovative future for the energy industry and nudging creative ideas to increase the global energy efficiency and minimising carbon emissions.

Brilev is also well-known as a journalist, renowned for his interviews with prominent global figures and leaders, most of whom include presidents, prime ministers, foreign ministers and other high ranking officials from Russia, United States, China, United Kingdom, France and other countries and international organisations around world. He is a Deputy Director of the TV Channel “Russia 1”, where he anchors his weekly show “Vesti V Subbotu” (“The News on Saturday”).

Brilev holds a PhD in history and has is an author of several documentaries and books in the fields of international relations, politics, history, and energy. He is the president of the Bering-Bellingshausen Institute on Russia-Latin America relations (IBBA, Montevideo, Uruguay).

Since 2014, the GECF Gas Lecture Series has developed from a small and modest attempt to foster dialogue into a reputable platform committed to the pursuit of high-quality debate, insights, and service to the gas industry.

Access to the online event is via registration, which can be made here. More information about the GECF Events can be found here.

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