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Nazim Khiari is part of the Energy & Sustainability and Mobility practice at the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), supporting CERRE members and European policymakers on energy and sustainability issues.
Before joining CERRE, Nazim worked at FleishmanHillard, where he specialised in public affairs programmes and campaigns focusing on energy and transport policy. Prior to that, he held stints within the OPEC and the Council of Europe, working on matters of global energy policy and cooperation as well as democracy and rule of law.
Nazim studied international relations and economics at the Sorbonne University Paris, the University of Strasbourg as well as the University of Oslo.