East Asia 2011 - Redrawing the "Greenprint" of Asia's Energy Architecture

East Asia 2011 - Redrawing the "Greenprint" of Asia's Energy Architecture

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http://www.weforum.org/ 13.06.2011 How can regional players design a comprehensive blueprint to manage the transition to a wider spectrum of energy resources in Asia? The following dimensions are addressed: - Economic and political frameworks - New resources and innovations - Supply chain security Panelists: • Karen Agustiawan, President Director and Chief Executive Officer, Pertamina (Persero), Indonesia; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on East AsiaGérard Mestrallet, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, GDF SUEZ, FranceMelody Meyer, President, Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production Company, Chevron Corporation, USATri Mumpuni, Executive Director, IBEKA, Indonesia • Prashant Ruia, Group Chief Executive, Essar Group, India; Co-Chair of the World Economic Forum on East Asia Chaired by Martin Soong, Anchor, CNBC Asia, Singapore
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Implications of Energy  on Geopolitical, Economic, and Environmental Issues in the Asia-Pacific

Implications of Energy on Geopolitical, Economic, and Environmental Issues in the Asia-Pacific

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Cross-Straits Series: Implications of Energy Security on Critical Geopolitical, Economic, and Environmental Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region A discussion with: Mr. Edward C. Chow Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic & International Studies Dr. Van Jackson Visiting Fellow Center for a New American Security Mr. Robert A. Manning Senior Fellow, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security Atlantic Council Ms. Meredith Miller Senior Vice President of Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs; Director of NBR's Washington, DC office The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) Moderated by: Mr. Keith Johnson Senior Reporter Foreign Policy Please join the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security for a discussion with leading experts assessing China, Japan, the Republic of Korea (ROK), and ASEAN perspectives on energy security and their respective energy strategies. Our featured discussants will include Mr. Edward C. Chow, Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Van Jackon, Visiting Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, Mr. Robert A. Manning, Senior Fellow of the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security at the Atlantic Council, and Ms. Meredith Miller, Senior Vice President of Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs and Director of the National Bureau of Asian Research. Energy security is high on the agenda of all major actors in East Asia-- China, Japan, ROK, and ASEAN. All are heavily dependent on imports of oil from the Middle East. Japan, the ROK, China, and Taiwan are the world's largest importers of natural gas. Volatile, uncertain global energy markets make the energy question ever more central to the region. The Shale revolution and the prospects of US gas and oil exports to the region have become a new factor in Asia's energy equation. This Atlantic Council event is part of the Cross-Straits Series of the Brent Scowcroft Center's Asia Security Initiative, which examines strategic and current affairs surrounding cross-straits relations.
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China 2016 - Global Energy Outlook: The View from Asia

China 2016 - Global Energy Outlook: The View from Asia

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http://www.weforum.org/ How will recent business and policy developments affect world energy markets? Dimensions to be addressed: - Global demand changes - Implications of China’s Five-Year Plan - Future of clean energy technology Speakers: -Iain Conn, Chief Executive Officer, Centrica, United Kingdom. -Gao Jifan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Trina Solar, People's Republic of China. -Han Wenke, Director-General, Energy Research Institute (ERI), People's Republic of China. -Geoffrey Qhena, Chief Executive Officer, Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa (IDC), South Africa. -Changhua Wu, Director, China, TIR Consulting, People's Republic of China. Moderated by Cheryl Martin, Head of Centre of Global Industries, Member of the Managing Board, World Economic Forum.
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China 2015 - Asia's Energy Options

China 2015 - Asia's Energy Options

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http://www.weforum.org/ What are the key priorities for securing Asia's energy future? Dimensions to be addressed: - Chinese energy demand slowdown - Commitment to low-carbon innovation - Regional energy infrastructure integration This session was developed in partnership with Arirang. • Saikhanbileg Chimed, Prime Minister of MongoliaAlexander Galushka, Minister for the Development of the Russian Far East of the Russian FederationPrakash P. Hinduja, Chairman, Europe, Hinduja Group of Companies, Switzerland • Dong-Kwan Kim, Managing Director, Hanwha Group, Republic of Korea; Young Global Leader • Boqiang Lin, Dean, Institute for Studies in Energy Policy, Xiamen University, People's Republic of China; Global Agenda Council on Decarbonizing Energy Moderated by • Rah Seung-Yun, Presenter, Arirang TV & Radio, Republic of Korea
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Videographic: East Asia's maritime disputes

Videographic: East Asia's maritime disputes

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Squabbles over little specks of land in the ocean threaten Asian peace A race for energy resources makes unresolved territorial disputes more dangerous in both North-East and South-East Asia
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Renewable Energy in Asia

Renewable Energy in Asia

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Simmons & Simmons of counsel Bree Miechel talks to associate Louise McErlane about renewable energy developments, incentives and objectives of countries in Asia.
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East Asia Energy LLC

East Asia Energy LLC

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БНСУ-н Улсын 100 хувийн хөрөнгө оруулалттай Ийс Эжиа Энержи ХХК нь Улаабаатар хотын агаарын бохирдол бууруулах, Эрчим хүчний хангамж хэрэглээг нэмэгдүүлэх зорилгоор Сонгинохайрхан дүүрэгт 200мвт хүчин чадал бүхий Цахилгаан станц барьж байгуулхаар зорин ажиллаж байна.
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East Asia – Inside and Out

East Asia – Inside and Out

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Professor Christopher Dent explores how we can understand East Asia as a region, recent key developments in East Asia’s regional affairs, and how East Asia is shaping the world in which we live. Themes Asia International economics Economic growth Speaker Christopher Dent Professor, University of Leeds Chair Ulf Sverdrup Director East Asia is host to many of the world’s most important and dynamic economies – China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and others. Over the last years, its impact on the global economy and world affairs has been profound, and this impact is likely to become even more significant in the foreseeable future. China’s rapid rise to power has been keenly felt both inside the East Asia region and globally. Professor Christopher Dent explores how we can understand East Asia as a region, recent key developments in East Asia’s regional affairs, and how East Asia is shaping the world in which we live, with a special focus on the global challenges facing all humanity in the 21st century such as climate change, energy security, poverty alleviation and changing geopolitical orders. Christopher Dent is professor of East Asia's International Political Economy at the University of Leeds. His volume Renewable Energy in East Asia: Towards a New Developmentalism will be published in November. This seminar is part of NUPI's seminar series on Asia, and will be streamed live on YouTube. Programme 10 - 11.30: Introduction: Ulf Sverdup, direktør ved NUPI. Professor Christopher Dent: East Asia - Inside and out Comments: Dr. Marc Lanteigne and Wrenn Yennie Lindgren, NUPI. Otto Malmgren, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Q&A
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Asia World Energy | Asia Global Energy

Asia World Energy | Asia Global Energy

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http://www.element14.com/community/blogs/xoxolion25asiaglobalenergy/2013/05/21/asia-world-energy-oil-production-is-changing-the-worlds-energy-future-asia-global-energy The surge in oil production in the U.S. and Canada and shrinking oil consumption in the developed world is transforming the global oil market. The threat of chronic oil shortages is all but gone, U.S. dependence on Middle Eastern oil will continue to dwindle, and oil will increasingly flow to the developing economies of Asia, according to a five-year outlook published Tuesday by the International Energy Agency. The changes will have "significant consequences for the global economy and oil security," the IEA said. The report paints a picture of a world with plenty of oil to meet modestly growing demand. Where the oil is coming from, and where it is going, is changing dramatically, according to the IEA, an energy security and research organization based in Paris that serves 28 oil-importing countries, including the U.S. The report does not address oil prices directly, but analysts do not expect the changing oil market dynamics to lead to sharply lower oil or gasoline prices. The abundance of oil does, however, greatly reduce the risk of sustained price surges that curtail economic growth. New technologies The chief impetus for the changing world oil picture is the increase in production in the U.S. The U.S. created the world oil market more than a century ago and is the world's biggest consumer, but domestic production was thought to be in permanent decline. Then drillers, inspired by high prices and armed with improving technology, learned how to produce oil from previously inaccessible rock under several U.S. states. U.S. production reached 7.4 million barrels per day early this month, 48 percent higher than the average production in 2008 and the highest it's been since February of 1992. The IEA expects U.S. production to reach 9.1 million barrels per day by 2018. The U.S. last produced that much oil in 1972. Production also is projected to rise in Canada and elsewhere in the Americas, such as Brazil and Colombia. At the same time, oil demand in the U.S. and other developed nations is expected to fall slightly, a result of improved vehicle efficiency and weak economic growth. That means the U.S. will be able to satisfy most of its own needs with domestic production and oil from neighbors — and that could have geopolitical implications. https://forums.digitalpoint.com/threads/asia-global-energy-ltd-micronizer.2602268/ http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Asia-Global-Energy-Group-4868839
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Energy and Security in East Asia After Fukushima

Energy and Security in East Asia After Fukushima

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Peter Hayes, Executive Director of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development (http://www.nautilus.org), talks about the implications of the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant for the rest of East Asia. He also addresses security linkages such as early warning, rapid response, spent fuel relocation, and the role of civil society networks. The lecture took place at the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS - http://www.miis.edu) on September 21, 2011.
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Energy Efficiency in South East Asia

Energy Efficiency in South East Asia

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"Energy Efficiency in South East Asia: Investment Opportunities" Seminar by British Embassy Bangkok Mr. Alexander McKinnon, Director of M&C Energy Group Ltd., presented the topics of "Energy Savings: Managing Risk" at British Embassy's recent seminar titled "Energy Efficiency in South East Asia: Investment Opportunities". The highlight of this seminar was the launch of the "Energy Efficiency in South East Asia: Investment Opportunities" Report - a study commissioned by the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The report compared the potential of the 6 major countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines as destinations for investments in Energy Efficiency undertakings, examining key points for those looking to enter this market: size, profitability, regulatory environment and the country rankings. The Seminar was useful to present the potential of energy efficiency improvements in Thailand, its investment attractiveness and prospective financial returns. Mr. Alexander McKinnon, Director of M&C Energy Group, said that volatility in the energy commodity markets had the impact on investment, and subsequently, on the return of investment. This led many companies to review their energy procurement strategies and processes. The historical way of purchaing, "fixed price, fixed term" is now seen as out of date and requiring overhaul. To overcome the problem, he said, M&C Energy incorporated fully flexible managed price strategies. This was to ensure that there was less risk to market position, protection against market volatility and increased budget certainty.
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Voices on Energy from Asia and the Pacific

Voices on Energy from Asia and the Pacific

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Energy is a critical issue for the advancement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Ahead of the First Session of the ESCAP Committee on Energy (Jan 2017) experts and leaders from around Asia and the Pacific provide their perspectives on the key issues in the energy sector that the region must tackle in order to ensure energy access and security as well as clean and sustainable energy for the future. Learn more about the Committee at: http://www.unescap.org/events/committee-on-energy-first-session
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East Asia - Alternative And Nuclear Energy - Time Lapse

East Asia - Alternative And Nuclear Energy - Time Lapse

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Based on the data freely available at data.worldbank.org
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East Asia and Pacific Energy Update

East Asia and Pacific Energy Update

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A new report from the World Bank says that countries in East Asia can minimize greenhouse gas emissions without threatening growth. The reports authors argue that the time for East Asian governments to act is now, because the decisions they make today will have an impact on emissions for decades to come.
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South East Asia - Adjusted Savings: Energy Depletion - Time Lapse

South East Asia - Adjusted Savings: Energy Depletion - Time Lapse

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Based on the data freely available at data.worldbank.org
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Indonesia 2015 - The Geopolitics of Asia's Energy Supply

Indonesia 2015 - The Geopolitics of Asia's Energy Supply

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http://www.weforum.org/ How should East Asian leaders manage the new geopolitics of energy? Dimensions to be addressed: - Tensions over resource extraction and territorial disputes - Impact of declining global oil prices - Models of regional collaboration and connected infrastructure This session was developed in partnership with Channel News Asia. • Natig Aliyev, Minister of Energy of AzerbaijanHarry Harris, Commander of the United States Pacific Fleet, US NavyMelody Boone Meyer, President, Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production Company, Chevron Corporation, SingaporeSudirman Said, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia • Shahril Shamsuddin, President and Group Chief Executive Officer, SapuraKencana Petroleum, Malaysia Moderated by • Chloe Cho Heemyung, Presenter and Executive Producer, Channel News Asia, Singapore
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