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CACI Forum: Energy Prospects in the South Caucasus, Central Asia, and Mongolia

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

CACI Forum

Central Asia-Caucasus Institute

Energy Prospects in the South Caucasus, Central Asia, and Mongolia
















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Fall 2013 Rumsfeld Fellows at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, SAIS:

Diana Gaziyan (Armenia), Executive Director, American Chamber of Commerce in Armenia

Rashad Karimov (Azerbaijan), Senior Research Fellow, Center for Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan

David Nardaia (Georgia), Director, International Relations and Euro-Atlantic Integration Department, Ministry of Defense of Georgia

David Oniani (Georgia), Deputy Director, Georgian State Oil and Gas Corporation

Almas Otynshiyev (Kazakhstan), Economist at Joint-Stock Company “OGCC KazStroyService”

Marat Djanbaev (Kyrgyzstan), CEO, TAZA BIO SYSTEMS

Munkhbat Davaatseren (Mongolia), CEO, Golomt Securities LLC, Golomt Bank of Mongolia

Nazir Sharipov (Tajikistan), President, Tethys Tajikistan LTD, Tethys Petroleum LTD

Ibrahim Musaev (Uzbekistan), Director of Development, Global Business Incubators (GBI)

Tatyana Bystrushkina (Uzbekistan), Executive Director, American Chamber of Commerce in Uzbekistan



Dr. S. Frederick Starr, Chair, Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University


Wednesday, October 30, 5-7 p.m.

Rome Auditorium, 1st Fl., the Rome Building

SAIS, Johns Hopkins University

16 19 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20036

A reception and light refreshments, 5-5:30 p.m., precede the actual program.

CACI’s current Rumsfeld fellows, young, executive-level professionals, have chosen to present a comprehensive, well-rounded look at energy prospects within their respective countries and regions. Covering first the current energy situation (its political and economic dimensions alike) they will offer an update and insights on future energy developments: what new projects are being planned, what new technologies will be employed, as well as the political and economic implications of each one. 
The Central Asia-Caucasus Institute is a primary institution in the United States for the study of the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Caspian Region. The Institute, affiliated with Johns Hopkins University-SAIS, forms part of a Joint Center with the Silk Road Studies Program, affiliated with the Stockholm-based Institute for Security and Development Policy. Additional information about the Joint Center, as well as its several publications series, is available

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