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2013 Pacific Energy Summit Photo Gallery



Session 2 panelists (from left to right) Paul Siegele (Chevron Energy Technology Company), Christopher Roberge (Deloitte), Satya Yudha (Commission VII – Energy, Mineral Resources, Environment, Research and Technology, House of Representatives, Indonesia), Wang Zhen (China University of Petroleum at Beijing), and Peter Hughes (Peter Hughes Energy Advisory Limited) explore the future role of natural gas in Asia’s energy mix and Asia–North America energy ties.



Under Secretary Robert D. Hormats (Department of State, United States), S. Chander (Asian Development Bank), and Admiral Dennis C. Blair (Board of Directors, The National Bureau of Asian Research) discuss the potential economic benefits of integrating energy and environmental policy in the Asia-Pacific.



Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr. (House of Representatives, United States) shares his thoughts on U.S. energy policy and its impact on Asia–North America energy ties.



(From left to right) Minister Ed Fast (Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada); the Honourable Kevin Lynch (BMO Financial Group); Admiral Dennis C. Blair (The National Bureau of Asian Research); Donald Campbell (Davis LLP); Yuji Takagi (Sasakawa Peace Foundation); Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr. (House of Representatives, United States); Richard Ellings (The National Bureau of Asian Research); and Yuen Pau Woo (Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada) at the Pacific Energy Summit.



Satya Yudha (Commission VII – Energy, Mineral Resources, Environment, Research and Technology, House of Representatives, Indonesia) and Peter Hughes (Peter Hughes Energy Advisory Limited) talk during the Welcome Reception.



Ken Koyama (Institute of Energy Economics, Japan) shares his views on developing stronger trans-Pacific ties. Also on stage are panelists of Session 1 (from left to right) William Colton (ExxonMobil Corporation), Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla (Department of Energy, Philippines), and Mikkal Herberg (The National Bureau of Asian Research).



Peter Eggleston (Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production) shares his experience in building social license to carry out energy projects.



William Colton (ExxonMobil Corporation) discusses the outcomes of stronger energy and environmental cooperation between Asia and North America.



Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla (Department of Energy, Philippines) participates in Session 1 on “Forging Trans-Pacific Cooperation for the New Energy Era.”



Kathleen Sendall (CGC Veritas) shares her insights during Summit discussions.



Minister Ed Fast (Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada) engages with reporters.



Satya Yudha (Commission VII – Energy, Mineral Resources, Environment, Research and Technology, House of Representatives, Indonesia) shares key insights on Asia’s outlook for natural gas in Session 2 panel discussion.



Paul Siegele (Chevron Energy Technology Company) discusses the role of gas in Asia’s energy mix.



Kazuhiro Nomoto (Japan Bank for International Cooperation) listens to Summit discussions.



Shahriar Fesharaki (FACTS Global Energy), Tilak Doshi (Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore), and Tadashi Maeda (Japan Bank for International Cooperation) explore the future of LNG pricing.



Shinichi Kihara (Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry, Japan) discusses the future of LNG in Japan.



(From left to right) Ken Hughes (Alberta Energy), James Slutz (Global Energy Strategies), and Congressman Charles W. Boustany Jr. (House of Representatives, United States) discuss the changing energy dynamics in North America and Asia.



(From left to right) Oh Sung Hwan (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, South Korea), Ken Hughes (Alberta Energy), James Slutz (Global Energy Strategies), and Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr. (House of Representatives, United States) discuss the North American policy environment and its impact on Asia.



Ken Hughes (Alberta Energy) shares his views on Canadian energy policies and their impact on Asia–North America energy ties.



Session 4 panelists (from left to right) Tadashi Maeda (Japan Bank for International Cooperation), Nam-Yll Kim (Korea Energy Economics Institute), Aaron Engen (BMO Capital Markets), Douglas P. Bloom (Spectra Energy), and Mark Thurber (Stanford University) explore the necessary infrastructure for a fully functioning Pacific energy market.



Conference participants take notes during panel discussions.



Session 5 panelists (from left to right) Mary Alice Haddad (Wesleyan University), David Porter (First Nations Energy and Mining Council), Anthony Jude (Asian Development Bank), Peter Eggleston (Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production), and the Honourable Kevin Lynch (BMO Financial Group) discuss the importance of social license in large energy and infrastructure projects.



Summit attendees participate in Roundtable 2.




Learn more about the 2013 Pacific Energy Summit.



Download the 2013 Summit Report (PDF).

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