China’s Energy Crossroads: Forging a New Energy and Environmental Balance
On Tuesday, November 18, NBR and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation will co-host a Capitol Hill launch for NBR’s 2014 Energy Security Report, "China’s Energy Crossroads: Forging a New Energy and Environmental Balance." This event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Reserve Officers Association (One Constitution Avenue NE, Washington, D.C.), and will feature on-the-record discussion on the key issues driving the quest for energy security in the Asia-Pacific. Learn more and RSVP.
Innovation in the India-Japan Economic Relationship
On November 4, NBR and USJI will co-host a public discussion in Tokyo, Japan featuring remarks by Minister Arvind Singh (Embassy of India in Japan), Amit Kapoor (India Competitiveness Council), Roy Kamphausen (NBR), and Katsuichi Uchida (USJI), among others. Learn more.
Adapting to a New Energy Era: Beijing Workshop 2014
On October 23, NBR and CICIR convened an invitation-only workshop in Beijing, China to examine new opportunities for strengthening energy cooperation in the Asia-Pacific. This high-level event featured discussions with Chen Weidong (CNOOC Energy Economics Institute), Edward C. Chow (CSIS), Eric V. Thompson (Center for Naval Analyses), Akio Takahara (University of Tokyo), and Zhao Hongtu (CICIR), among others.
Opportunities and Challenges in the U.S.-Japan Alliance
NBR and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI) convened a discussion on “Opportunities and Challenges in the U.S.-Japan Alliance” on Wednesday, September 3, in Washington, D.C. This event was part of USJI’s “USJI Week” and featured insights from senior security and international relations experts, including Michael J. Green, (Center for Strategic and International Studies; Georgetown University), Hiroshi Nakanishi (Kyoto University), and Abraham M. Denmark (NBR).
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2014 Pacific Energy Summit
The 2014 Pacific Energy Summit, "Charting the Course to a Secure and Cleaner Energy Future," took place on June 30-July 1 in Seoul. The Summit provided a high-level assessment of the market trends, geopolitical developments, policy decisions, and technological innovations that will play a critical role in determining the energy and environmental outlook for the Asia-Pacific region. Learn more.