Dear CERBA Members,
We would like to invite you to the joint CERBA-AMCHAM Breakfast Brief with Peter Kaznacheev, who will make a presentation named “The State of Uncertainty. How Resilient is Russia’s Energy Industry to Low Oil Prices and the Political Stalemate with the West? ”.
During his presentation, Peter Kaznacheev will reflect on the origins of the current economic crisis, including lack of structural reforms, the fall of oil prices and Western sanctions. He will also share his thoughts about latest trends, such as further government consolidation of the oil industry and Russia’s attempts to agree a production freeze with OPEC countries. He will look into Russia’s economic and energy policies in the broader global context and the implications they might have for future oil and gas production, foreign companies’ participation and the services sector.
DATE: Thursday, November 17, 2016
TIME: 9:30 – 11:30 am
LOCATION: AmCham office in Moscow (Lesnaya 7, 11th floor, Belye Sady (Block A))
ADMISSION: Complimentary for CERBA Members
RSVP: [email protected]
Note: Space is limited, advance registration is mandatory.
CERBA would like to express gratitude to the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia (AMCHAM) for hosting the event!
About the Speaker:
Peter Kaznacheev currently manages Khaznah Strategies Ltd. (http://khaznah.co.uk), a London-based consulting firm that specialises in market research and business development in the areas of energy and natural resources. He is also the Director of the Centre for Resource Economics (http://cre.ranepa.ru/about-the-centre), a think tank affiliated with the RANEPA Academy in Moscow. Previously, Peter worked as a Business Development Advisor with BP where he focused on new business origination for the company in Russia and Central Asia. Between 2002 and 2005 Peter worked in the Russian Presidential Administration as a Lead Advisor to the Chief Economic Aid to the President and as Assistant Representative at the Group of Eight (G8). Prior to that he worked at the World Bank in Washington; and before that – as Advisor to the Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Property of the Russian Parliament. Peter received a Master’s degree in international economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC; and a BA and a PhD in political philosophy from Moscow State University.
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