24 September 2013
A Polish‑German conference on energy security was held in the European Parliament in Brussels.
A Polish‑German conference on energy security that was held in the European Parliament in Brussels was organised by MEPs Konrad Szymański and Herbert Reul, alongside Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP), a Brussels‑based organisation that represents companies in the fuel and energy sector. Among the meeting’s attendees were Günter Verheugen, former Vice‑President of the European Commission; Piotr Piela, partner at Ernst&Young; Traycho Traykov, former Bulgarian Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, and Filip Grzegorczyk, management representative for energy development issues at Kompania Węglowa S.A. The more than 60 attendees also included MEPs, representatives of the EU institutions, and representatives of the European energy sector. The Prague Report, which was presented at the conference, was commissioned by Central Europe Energy Partners and produced by Ernst&Young. It sets out the key differences between the energy sectors and economies of Central European countries and those of the EU‑15.
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