Function : Climate and energy security staff officer, NATO

Science and Technology Committee : Saturday 28 May


Mr. Julijus Grubliauskas works as the climate and energy security officer in the Emerging Security Challenges Division of the NATO Headquarters in Brussels.

His responsibilities include conducting energy security analysis and developing NATO's role in the climate and energy security domain. Previously he worked in NATO‘s Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, where he focused on defence economics.

Prior to joining NATO's International Staff in 2009, Mr. Julijus Grubliauskas worked as an energy security analyst in the Lithuanian Government, and conducted research and lectured at Vilnius University. A Lithuanian citizen, Mr. Julijus Grubliauskas has B.A. and M.A. degrees in International Relations and Political Science from Vilnius University, and completed the NATO Executive Development Programme.

Mr. Grubliauskas regularly lectures on energy security and climate change at the NATO Defense College in Rome, NATO School in Oberammergau (Germany), the Baltic Defence College in Tartu (Estonia), and the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence in Vilnius. He has published a number of articles on NATO’s energy security agenda, energy as a tool of hybrid warfare, and Russia’s energy policy.

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