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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed this week between the ADA University (Baku, Azerbaijan) and the Energy Charter Secretariat in line with its previous practice. The aim of the memorandum is to strengthen cooperation through joint activities, promote knowledge related to the Energy Charter Treaty, energy policy and investment protection, and support knowledge sharing on Energy...

Beginning on 1 January 2018, Romania will assume the Chairmanship of the Energy Charter Conference for the year. Mr. Robert TUDORACHE (State Secretary, Ministry of Energy Romania) has been appointed as the Chair of the Conference. Vice-Chairs will be Ms. Elena POPESCU (Romania), Mr. Vepa HAJIYEV (Turkmenistan), and Ms. Dorina CINARI (Albania).

The Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) was established to address the legal challenges that arise in cross-border investment in the energy sector. It provides a multilateral framework for energy cooperation that is unique under international law. The ECT was designed to promote energy security through the operation of more open and competitive energy markets, while also respecting the principles of...

This year’s annual Forum, jointly organised by the International Energy Charter and the Government of Romania, brought together high-level politicians, officials and technical experts from Member and Observer countries of the International Energy Charter, including Malta, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Mongolia, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, Jordan and China




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