Hon. Tina Bru

Ministry of Petroleum & Energy, Norway

Minister of Petroleum and Energy

Ms. Tina Bru was appointed Minister of Petroleum and Energy on 24 January 2020. Bru is a member of the Norwegian parliament (Stortinget) for the Conservative Party (Høyre) from Rogaland county (elected 2013 and 2017). Until her appointment, Bru was a member of the parliament's Standing Committee on Energy and the Environment. Bru is married, has one child and lives in Stavanger. Bru holds a bachelor degree in management from BI Stavanger. Her political background include several roles in Norwegian Young Conservatives party and as an elected representative to Stavanger City Council (2007-2012) and Rogaland County Council (2011-2013) before she was elected to the parliament in 2013.

Sessions With Hon. Tina Bru

Tuesday, 2 March

  • 01:15pm - 01:45pm (CST) / 02/mar/2021 07:15 pm - 02/mar/2021 07:45 pm

    Strategic Dialogue

    Ministerial Plenary

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy Innovation & Technology Geopolitics/Policy/Regulatory Finance & Investment/Trading & Risk Management
    Energy ministers face a dual challenge: energy security and sustainability. Emerging technologies and declining renewable costs increase optionality. New technologies can create new risks on intermittency and supply chains. How do governments incentivize and manage technology change and risk? What are the employment costs as parts of an energy economy fade and others grow? What strategies work to incentivize private investment? Hear the inside story on aligning politics and aspirations.