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Video Summary for Second Workshop in 'Changing Dynamics of Energy Security' Series

Ukraine/Crimea: Is Shale Gas from the U.S. an Alternative?

The second in a series of five workshops on "Changing Political and Economic Dynamics of Global Energy Flows" jointly organised by EUCERS, Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung in London (KAS) discussed the topic of "Ukraine/Crimea: Is Shale Gas from the U.S. an Alternative?".

Speakers were: Sasha Havlicek, CEO, Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD)Professor Dr Friedbert Pflüger, Director, EUCERS, King’s College LondonHans-Hartwig Blomeier, Director London Office, Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (KAS)Eric Mamer, Deputy Head of Cabinet, DG Energy, European CommissionDr Frank Umbach, Associate Director, EUCERS, King’s College LondonHenning Gloystein, Senior Correspondent, Head of European Power, Gas & Coal, ReutersNewsDr Petra Dolata, Research Director, EUCERS, King’s College LondonComments byJan-Justus Andreas, KAS Fellow at EUCERS and author of a report assessing the geopoliticaland economic implications of the U.S.’ drive towards energy independenceDr Maximilian Kuhn, Research Associate, EUCERS, King’s College London and co-authorof the EUCERS Strategy Paper on Strategic Perspectives of Unconventional Gas