EnergIntell is an essential gathering for professionals and academics seeking to understand and address the intricate dynamics of energy security in an increasingly uncertain world. The event promises to be a platform for groundbreaking discussions, innovative solutions, and forging new partnerships in the face of global challenges. The conference, titled “Energy and Security Resilience: Business Intelligence in Times of Conflict,” brings together a diverse array of experts, scholars, and industry leaders to explore how conflicts impact energy security and how business intelligence tools can be leveraged for resilience and strategic decision-making.
The link between energy and national security is well established and is a continuing multifaceted problem. Every facet of the intelligence process (e.g., collection, analysis, and production) has played a significant role for governments and private industry in anticipating threats to this vital sector. For example, current intelligence assessments focusing on Europe’s major energy concerns are stemming from supply-chain disruptions caused by a pandemic, Russia’s war in Ukraine, , climate change, and the phasing out of coal and phasing in of renewable sources.
This conference provides an opportunity to discuss the contribution of business intelligence in understanding the threat to role of energy and national security interests. It brings together prominent academic voices, experienced practitioners, and policymakers, offering an opportunity to “bridge the gap” between these sectors. We are looking for conference participants to identify critical issues and challenges, competing perspectives, new and existing trends, creative solutions for new technologies, and the emergence of new market conditions.