Central Asia has significant hydrocarbon resources and great potential for renewable energy sources, allowing for opportunities to improve energy security in the region. Strengthening partnerships between the Central Asian countries - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, especially in the field of electric power and water resources management, plays a key role in achieving national and regional priorities in the field of energy security, as well as in obtaining economic benefits from energy development.
- Ruslan Galkanov, The International Energy Charter Secretariat
- Urban Rusnak, The International Energy Charter Secretariat
- Asset Magauov, Ministry of Energy, Kazakhstan
- Ganbaatar Enkhtuvshin, Ministry of Energy, Mongolia
- Sorbon Kholmukhamadzoda, Ministry of Energy and Water resources, Tajikistan
- Kerim Saparmukhamedov, Ministry of Energy, Turkmenistan
- Feruz Kurbonov, JSC “National Electric Grid of Uzbekistan”