Turkish minister to join energy forum in Mexico

The Turkish energy minister will participate in the opening reception of an international energy forum in Cancun, Mexico.

Turkish minister to join energy forum in Mexico

The Turkish energy minister will participate in the opening reception of an international energy forum in Cancun, Mexico.

Turkey's Energy & Natural Resources Minister Taner Yildiz is among the ministers of 64 countries who will attend the 12th International Energy Forum Ministerial Meeting.
Yildiz will also participate in the 4th International Energy Business Forum.

Role of Energy in Fostering Human Development; global energy markets: reducing volatility and uncertainty; reconciling sustainability and security of supply and demand; the global energy dialogue: The way forward are the main topics of the meetings.

Participants will ratify a final declaration on the second day of the meetings, and a press conference will follow closing remarks.

The International Energy Forum (IEF) is the world's largest gathering of Energy Ministers. IEF Countries account for more than 90 percent of global oil and gas supply and demand. In addition to IEA and OPEC countries, transit states and key energy players, including Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Russia and South Africa, participate in the Forum. The magnitude and diversity of this engagement is a testament to the IEF's position as a neutral facilitator. Through the Forum and its associated events, IEF Ministers, their officials, energy industry executives, and other experts engage in a dialogue of increasing importance to global energy security. The IEF and the global energy dialogue are promoted by a permanent Secretariat of international staff based in the Diplomatic Quarter of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


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