Implications of Russia Sanctions Legislation on the Energy Sector


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Defending American Security from Kremlin Aggression Act (DASKAA) of 2019 was re-introduced in the Senate in February as a bipartisan effort to address Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, interference in democratic processes abroad, and malign activities in Syria. The legislation lays out a suite of economic, political, and diplomatic tools — several addressing the Russian energy sector and its investors. On April 17, the expert panel will explore the potential effects the sanctions will have on the global LNG markets, new crude oil development, and Russian state energy projects abroad. The audience will learn about potential implications for oil and gas markets, energy projects, and companies if DASKAA becomes law.

A conversation with:
**Amb. Daniel Fried, Distinguished Fellow, Future Europe Initiative and Eurasia Center, Atlantic Council
**David Mortlock, Senior Fellow, Global Energy Center; Partner and Chair, Global Trade & Investment Practice Group, Atlantic Council; Willkie Farr& Gallagher LLP
**Samantha Sultoon, Visiting Senior Fellow, Global Business & Economics Program and Scowcroft Center for Strategy & Security,  Atlantic Council

Moderated by:
**Amb. Richard Morningstar, Founding Chairman, Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council

Join us on for what promises to be a timely and informative discussion. This event is on-the-record and open to the media.

A light breakfast will be served.

Location

Atlantic Council
1030 15th Street NW
Washington DC 20005

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