Forging Trans-Pacific Cooperation for a New Energy Era
April 2-4, 2013
The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and The National Bureau of Asian Research are proud to host the 2013 Pacific Energy Summit for the first time in North America. Under the theme of “Forging Trans-Pacific Cooperation for a New Energy Era”, this two-day invitation-only event will convene policymakers, industry leaders, and experts to explore market and policy solutions for deepening North America-Asia energy ties and environmental cooperation.
2013 Summit discussion topics include:
- The Golden Age of Gas: How far can it take us?
- Finding the Right Price: LNG Markets and the Asian Premium
- The North American Policy Environment and the Impact on Asia
- Infrastructure: Building the Energy Framework of the Future
The 2013 Pacific Energy Summit is the premier event in Canada focused on North America-Asia energy trade and co-operation. The conference will include delegates from Canada, the United States and Asia in order to provide diverse viewpoints on energy issues.
Since 2009, The National Bureau of Asian Research has hosted the annual Pacific Energy Summit in cities across Asia. Previous Summits have been convened in Hanoi, Vietnam (2012); Jakarta, Indonesia (2011); and Tokyo, Japan (2009).
A report of key findings and policy recommendations from the 2013 Pacific Energy Summit can be downloaded here.
Acquiring Social License: The Development of Energy Projects in the Asia Pacific
Brian Yates, SNC Lavalin, and Celesa Horvath, Ventus Development Services
Energy Efficiency Policies in the Asia Pacific: Can We Do Better?
Dr. Tilak K. Doshi and Nahim Bin Zahur, National University of Singapore
Implications of North American LNG Exports for Asia’s Pricing Regime
Shasha Fesharaki, FACTS Global Energy
Investor and Buyer: Asia Seeks to Join the Largest Energy Trade Relationship
Jim Slutz, Global Energy Strategies
Forging a New Trans-Pacific Energy Trade: Opportunities and Challenges
Mikkal E. Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research; University of California, San Diego
2013 Featured Speakers List
Elyse ALLAN, President & CEO, GE Canada
Dennis BLAIR, The National Bureau of Asian Research Board of Directors, United States
Charles W. BOUSTANY, Jr., House of Representatives, United States
Edward FAST, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, Canada
Robert D. HORMATS, Department of State, United States
Muhammad Enamul HUQ, Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources, Bangladesh
Ken KOYAMA, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, Japan
Kevin LYNCH, BMO Financial Group, Canada
Tadashi MAEDA, Japan Bank for International Cooperation; Special Advisor to the Cabinet, Japan
WANG Zhen, China University of Petroleum at Beijing, China
Yuen Pau WOO, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Canada
Satya YUDHA, Commission VII, House of Representatives, Indonesia
Anthony YUEN, Citi Research, United States
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