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2011 Pacific Energy Summit


World leaders in science, policy, and industry convened in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 21–23, 2011, to discuss the topic “Unlocking the Potential of Natural Gas in the Asia-Pacific” at the 2011 Pacific Energy Summit. Taking place over the course of three days in a personal and interactive environment, the Summit prompted frank, pragmatic, and forward-looking discussions to address four core foci:

  • Natural gas as an energy source for transitioning to a low-carbon economy
  • The potentially growing role of natural gas to meet rising energy demand, as an increasingly abundant resource
  • The fiscal, regulatory, and legal steps Asia-Pacific nations must take to ensure adequate natural gas supplies alongside the investment, infrastructure, and planning needed to unlock the potential of an abundant resource
  • Current and projected domestic natural gas markets, how to support the development of greater demand for natural gas, particularly in the power sector

Summit Papers

Natural Gas in Asia: History and Prospects

    Mikkal Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research; University of California – San Diego

Asian Natural Gas—Supply, Infrastructure and Pricing Issues

    James Jensen, Jensen Associates

Evolving Roles of LNG and Asian Economies in Global Natural Gas Markets

    Hiroshi Hashimoto, Gas Group, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan – IEEJ

Europe’s Evolving Gas Market: Future Direction and Implications for Asia

    Peter Hughes, Ricardo Strategic Consulting

The Policy Tightrope in Gas-Producing Countries: Stimulating Domestic Demand Without Discouraging Supply

    Mark Thurber and Joseph Chang, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University

Unconventional Gas and Implications for the LNG Market

    Alexis Aik and Christopher Gascoyne, FACTS Global Energy

Featured Speakers and Attendees

Fatih Birol, International Energy Agency

Admiral Dennis Blair, NBR Board of Directors

Dato’ Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui, Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia

Andy Gibson, ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia Inc.

Stephen Green, Chevron Indonesia Company

Mikkal Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research; University of California, San Diego

Syed Yusuf Hossain, Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission

Atty. Francis Saturnino C. Juan, Philippines Energy Regulatory Commission

Gabriel Kapris, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Papua New Guinea

Ken Koyama, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Jack Lewnard, Gas Technology Institute

Tadashi Maeda, Japan Bank for International Cooperation

Tatsuo Masuda, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Graduate School; JAPEX Advisor

Bruce McConaghy, Petromin PNG Holdings Limited

R. Priyono, BPMigas

Daniel Purba, PT Pertamina

Luluk Sumiarso, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia

Gita Wirjawan, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board

Sin Foong Wong, International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group

Yongfa Xu, China National Petroleum Corporation Research Institute of Economics and Technology

Satya W. Yudha, House of Representatives, Indonesia

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2011 Sponsors and Collaborating Institution

The 2011 Pacific Energy Summit is generously supported by Chevron, ExxonMobil, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, PT Pertamina (Persero), and Star Energy.

The Foundation of Indonesian Institute for Energy Economics is a 2011 Summit collaborating institution.

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