America has become a significant exporter of both oil and natural gas, just at the time that Europe has largely shed its dependence on Russia, thanks to the vigorous intervention of the European Commission. How are V4 countries in particular building a more resilient energy network in Central Europe? Is the U.S. role now merely as a balancing factor, providing small but symbolically important quantities of LNG—or is it greater? And what role can the U.S. still play in pipeline politics—for example in promoting gas exports from the Caspian region to Europe?
MODERATOR: Peter Doran, Vice President of Analysis, CEPA
Kristof Altusz, Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary
Robin Dunnigan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Diplomacy
Ivan Krastev, Chairman, Centre for Liberal Strategies
Rokas Masiulis, Energy Minister, Republic of Lithuania
Alan Riley, Professor and Director, LLM Programme, The City Law School