Live Podcast: Energy and the War in Ukraine
Kleinman Energy Forum
Fisher Fine Arts Library
220 S 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
To attend in person, you must present a Penn Green Pass. Details will be emailed to you after registration.
As the crisis in Ukraine continues, energy supply and demand continues to be a topic of great concern across the globe. Will Europe respond with a stronger focus on clean energy, or a return to fossil fuels? What role will U.S. LNG play in powering nations? Is there a future for Nordstream 2? And how will all of this affect our decarbonization goals?
Anna Mikulska, a Penn expert on the geopolitics of energy in Russia and Eastern Europe, chats with Energy Policy Now host Andy Stone about the energy implications of the war in Ukraine. Join us for this crucial conversation, which marks our first podcast recording in front of a live audience.
Boxed lunch will be served!
Please note this is an in-person only event. We look forward to welcoming guests to the Kleinman Center’s Energy Forum. In accordance with the University of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 guidelines, you will be required to wear a mask and present a green PennOpen Pass (for members of the Penn community) or PennOpen Campus Pass (for visitors) to attend. Further details for joining in-person will be emailed with your registration.
This event is part of Energy Week at Penn. Check out the rest of the 2022 programming at energyweek.upenn.edu.