Laszlo Varro is the Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency. He leads the Economics and Investment Office, which is responsible for providing energy economics insights for the policy and energy security analysis of the IEA. He oversees the comprehensive coverage of investment in the energy sector and he leads the Energy Business Council, the IEA’s main engagement platform with the private sector.
Until 2016 Laszlo held the position of Head of Gas, Coal and Power Markets at the IEA. Until 2011 Laszlo was the Director for Strategy Development at MOL Group, a publicly-quoted oil and gas independent.
He holds graduate degrees from the University of Cambridge and Corvinus University of Budapest.
Mr Varro will be giving the second European Commission Keynote Address on day 1 at 9.30am.