Ivana Letić, born on 21th October 1986 in Belgrade, graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade, majoring in International Relations. She was awarded scholarship by French Government continuing her education at the prestigious school in France, Sciences Po Paris (L'Institut des Sciences Polotiques) where she obtained MA in European Affairs. Fourth semester of the programme she spent as an exchage student at UCL Bocconi, Milan. During the two-year Master's program she worked on projects such as the 'Energy interdependence in Europe'(focusing on gas) and 'Hydro power potential in Europe: legal regulation and taxation'. The sphere of her interests include energy efficiency, CCS, climate change, natural gas, renewable energy sources, shale oil and gas, etc. Since January 2012 she writes a blog that deals with issues of energy and environmental protection. From the beginning of March until the end of July 2013 she was an intern at the European Commission, DG Environment, Brussels, working on shale gas regulation. Currently, she is a liaison officer at CEO office in NIS Gazprom Neft.