28 novembre, 2012

"Accessing oil, gas and minerals in a changing world". Final Conference of the EU research project POLINARES: EU policy for natural resources

Dove: Brussels

Residence Palace
Rue de la Loi, 155
B-1040 Brussels

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Wednesday, 28th November 2012 – h 13:30-17:45


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The EU and other regions of the world face ever growing challenges to secure supplies of energy and mineral raw materials which have the potential to threaten economic stability and competiveness. The origin of these challenges can be traced, in part, from the worldwide surge of economic growth in the first years of this century and to the consequent rise of resource prices. But other factors are also playing an important role. These include: the changing balance of global economic and political power which threatens to undermine the influence of traditional actors; the return of state capitalism which weakens the effective operation of markets for commodities and investment; rapid technological advances which can cause sudden surges in demand for new raw materials; and shifts in the scale of economic rent along commodity value chains.

This conference, co-organised with the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri), presents selected highlights from a multi-disciplinary research project, “POLINARES”, that is funded by the EU Framework Programme. The aim of the POLINARES project has been to identify the main challenges facing the EU and the rest of the world in securing access to oil, gas and minerals to the year 2040, and to recommend policy approaches to address these challenges. In addition to presenting the main findings of this project, the conference will also include complementary perspectives given by invited speakers from the Bureau of European Policy Advisors (BEPA), the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and Ifri.

For more information on the project, see


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