The Energy Charter Conference, an inter-governmental organisation, is the governing and decision-making body for the Energy Charter process, and was established by the 1994 Energy Charter Treaty.
All states or Regional Economic Integration Organisations who have signed or acceded to the Treaty are members of the Conference, which meets on a regular basis to discuss issues affecting energy cooperation among the Treaty's signatories, to review the implementation of the provisions of the Energy Charter Treaty and the Protocol on Energy Efficiency and Related Environmental Aspects, and to consider possible new instruments and joint activities within the Energy Charter framework.
For 2021, Armenia has assumed the Chairmanship of the Energy Charter Conference for the year.
Conference Chair: Mr. Suren Papikyan (Armenia)
Conference Vice-Chair: Mr. Hakob Vardanyan (Armenia)
Conference Vice-Chair: Mr. Samir Valiyev (Azerbaijan)
Conference Vice-Chair: Mr. Bayarmagnai Myagmarsuren (Mongolia)