Energy Politics in Europe and Related Issues
March 17, 2008: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
On behalf of the Harvard Club of the Netherlands, the Ivy Circle would like to invite you to its upcoming Harvard Debate on Europe, a second in a series. It will be held Monday evening, March 17 at the Societeit de Witte in The Hague.
The program will be open exclusively to alumni associated with the Ivy Circle as well as members of the Societeit de Witte and their guests. Kindly register (and transfer your payment) as soon as possible to assure a place.
Sociëteit de Witte
CS Den Haag, Netherlands
65€ per person
Register By Email
Along with your details, please include any guest details. In addition, please indicate which alumni group you (and/or your guest) are from if you would like that information on your nametag.
Please transfer funds immediately to Account: Harvard Club of the Netherlands Account number: 22.69.01.386, Gouda. In the description area, please mention “Energy debate,” and names of (all) participants for whom you are registering.
NOTE: Your reservation is only completed once payment is received.
Payment not made within 7 days of confirmation will be considered cancelled.
6:00 PM-7:00 PM: Registration/Refreshments
7:00 PM-8:30 PM: Debate
8:30 PM-11:00 PM: Dinner
31 20 59 77825
The following individuals have agreed to serve on the panel:
Mr. Frans Timmermans, Dutch Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
Mr. Peter de Wit, CEO Shell Nederland B.V. (The Hague)
Mr. Marcel Kramer CEO N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie (Groningen)
Mr. Laurens Jan Brinkhorst, former Minister of Economic Affairs, panel moderator
The program will open with an introduction to the topic by Mr. Timmermans. He will address the external dimensions of energy policy, including The Netherlands’ relationship, in particular with Middle East and Russia, maintaining the Dutch energy supply and the role of the Netherlands as a gas hub (i.e. gas (re)distribution center).