Bosphorus Energy Club meets in Istanbul
ISTANBULThe Bosphorus Energy Club will meet today in Istanbul to discuss the raising of fresh funding for energy projects and deals.
The club’s members, which include top energy corporate leaders, financiers, investors and government ministers, are expected to discuss Russia’s proposal to create a gas hub on Turkey’s border with Greece, Iran’s opening up of its energy sector to investments, the recent thaw in Arbil-Baghdad relations, lower oil prices and the adverse impact on declining energy investments, the shale gas revolution, and the realignment of investors in the Southern Gas Corridor.
The Bosphorus Energy Club is an exclusive membership-only gathering of the key movers and shakers in the energy, investment and geopolitical world of Eurasia, MENA, the Gulf, and southeastern Europe. It serves as a Track-II energy diplomacy channel, as well as a summit of the top decision-makers for regional issues and projects.
The club is led by Mehmet Öğütçü and Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yıldız, who serve as the executive chair and honorary chair respectively.