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Wednesday 16 May 2012

'Environmental Liability Risk: a Pressing Issue for Energy Companies'

On 24th April 2012, the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) ESCP Europe Business School hosted a conference on the topic of 'Environmental Liability Risk: a Pressing Issue for Energy Companies'. The event was held in London at the Institute of Directors and was sponsored by the research topic funders, KPMG.

The conference was attended by some 60 professionals (including 10 alumni), academics and students from the Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM). Shireen Fraser (Alumni International Development Manager; MBA 2000) made a brief announcement on the launch of the new Energy and the Environment Club, and to introduce the two delegates, Lucie Roux (EMEM 2012) and Clara Wahnich (2004), who have been placed in charge of the development of this club.

Speaking at the event were:

You can read the Conference notes by clicking here. Pictures from the event are viewable via our Flickr and Facebook pages.

About RCEM

Bringing together the expertise of its faculty and its many external international associates, the objective of the RCEM at ESCP Europe Business School is to cooperate with, and possibly assist, key industry players to facilitate the integration of managerial and technological skills within the energy industry.

RCEM's Mission is to build a strong proactive partnership between energy corporations, government agencies and the academic community, in preparation for a new energy era. The results of RCEM's research will become available to the public through publications, workshops and conferences, educational programmes and other public outreach activities. Research at RCEM will be enhanced through direct cooperation with government agencies, and academic and industry associates from across the globe. Find out more at the RCEM website.



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