ACSIS Security Forum will tackle energy supply
Middle East energy supply and protection analysed at two-day forum
The Arab Institute for Security Studies (ACSIS) has announced it will run an international forum on energy security, to promote regional cooperation in the fields of securing energy supplies, devising alternative oil supply routes and the effect of the regional security situation on the oil market.
The conference will also look at maintaining the physical security of energy infrastructures and resources against emerging threats.
More than 15 nationalities will attend the forum on 6 and 7 July, including representatives from renowned institutions including the World Bank, ECFA, ICCS, IEA, USAK, ECSSR, HCST and KAS. Meetings will also focus on critical energy security issues such as the analysis of security threats in the Middle East, devising new fuel distribution and transportation alternatives, promoting intra-stat cooperation of the field of energy security and alternative energy sources.