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November 10, 2022
Delegation from French Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce visited the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (NATO ENSEC COE)
On November 9th, the French Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce visited the NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence. The delegation was welcomed by Colonel Thierry Segard, Deputy Director of the center, and its Heads of Divisions of the COE.
CCFL’s Patron Members and members in the energy field were presented the centre, its missions and interests, in particular the development of partnerships with local and European companies in the energy sector.
Created on July 10 and accredited on October 12, 2012, the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (ENSEC COE) currently operates as a widely recognized international military organization with the aim of providing qualified and appropriate expert advice on questions related to operational energy security.
NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence:
- Provides technical, scientific and academic subject matter expertise in field of energy security that contributes to risk assessment analysis.
- Provides energy security related solutions for the development of environmentally friendly and efficient military capabilities in support of Smart Defence.
- Provides scientific, technical and academic analysis on various aspects of energy supply and critical energy infrastructure protection in areas of concern to NATO.
- Supports NATO Operations through targeted technical scientific assessment, as well as providing advice and solutions for development of energy efficient forces.
- Identifies future needs in NATO transformation activities and seek to prevent or mitigate emergent military threats and challenges, which result from the global scarcity of energy resources and the complexity of the international energy system.
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More info on NATO ENSECCOE’s website
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CCFL is a non-profit organisation founded in 1999. Its aim is to develop bilateral economic relations between Lithuania and France and to create a business community in Lithuania. It is an independent, membership-based, transparent and financially self-sustaining association.