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Marco Giuli
Marco Giuli
Policy Analyst
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Marco Giuli joined the EPC in 2015 as Policy Analyst in the Sustainable Prosperity Programme and the Europe in the World Programme, where he focuses on the internal and external dimension of the EU energy policy.

Before that, he was Research Fellow at the Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation (2008-2015) in Brussels, taking responsibility for research in EU political economy and overall management for the Challenging Citizens Programme; visiting researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS, 2008) in Brussels and trainee for the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (ICE, 2006-2007) in Milan and Moscow.

He holds a MA in the Economics of European Integration from the University of Bologna and a BA in International Relations from the University of Rome (Sapienza). Marco also contributes with op-eds, articles, and teaching activities to external specialized reviews and training programmes.

Internal Responsibilities

Coordination or support to several activities of the Sustainable Prosperity Programme, including the Climate and Energy Platform and the Single Market Roundtable, and support to the Europe in the World Programme

Area of expertise

EU internal market for energy; energy security and energy diplomacy; international political economy of energy; EU-Russia energy relations; Energy poverty; EU Single Market

Languages

English, French, Italian, basic Russian

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Publications

Trump’s gas doctrine: What does it mean for the EU?
26 July 2017

The US intention to boost gas exports to Europe may exacerbate divisions between EU member states on energy issues.

The long journey to end energy poverty in Europe
16 June 2017

Addressing rising energy poverty in Europe

Brexiting the Energy Union: what do the negotiation positions imply?
19 April 2017

A disordered Brexit from the energy and climate framework could cause considerable economic losses and political confusion

Russia’s nuclear energy diplomacy in the Middle East: why the EU should take notice
21 February 2017

An effective tool to realise Russia’s political ambitions in the MENA region?

The market design proposal: the journey has only begun
19 January 2017

The Commission’s market design proposal is a good start, but much more work remains to be done

Turkish Stream back on the agenda?
1 September 2016

The recent rapprochement between Ankara and Moscow has revived the Turkish Stream project

The energy security package: significant overhaul or business as usual?
24 February 2016

Taking stock of the Commission’s new energy security package

End of an energy honeymoon: what’s next for Russia-Turkey energy relations?
7 December 2015

The demise of Turkish Stream

Getting energy diplomacy right: a challenge starting at home
23 October 2015

An assessment of the EU Energy Diplomacy Action Plan

Nord Stream expansion: what does it mean for Europe?
2 July 2015

Is the expansion of Nord Stream a threat to the Energy Union?

Capacity mechanisms – A credibility test for the Energy Union?
11 June 2015

Capacity mechanisms: are they compatible with the energy union?

Gazprom's evolving strategy in a new commercial and political context: how should the EU react?
27 April 2015

How should the EU respond to Gazprom’s evolving strategy?

The Energy Union: what is in a name?
18 March 2015

Can the Energy Union truly be a union?