Contact

Clara Gillispie
Senior Director of Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs
eta@nbr.org
Ashley Johnson
Project Manager, Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs
pacificenergy@nbr.org

2017 Pacific Energy Summit

The U.S. Energy Revolution and the Asia-Pacific’s Energy and Environmental Challenge


On October 10, 2017, NBR convened an elite strategy session on “The U.S. Energy Revolution and the Asia-Pacific’s Energy and Environmental Challenge.”

The exclusive, high-level event convened leaders from government, business, and research to explore innovative solutions to the dual challenges of rising energy demand and a changing climate. Participants were asked to examine changing market dynamics—burgeoning energy demand in Asia, increasing production of energy supplies from the U.S. and others, and industry-changing innovations—and identify key opportunities and needs for strengthening public policy across the region in support of strengthening the Asia-Pacific’s energy and environmental security.

Agenda

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Roy D. Kamphausen, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Senator Slade Gorton, K&L Gates LLP; Slade Gorton International Policy Center


SPECIAL REMARKS

Senator Lisa Murkowski


ACHIEVING ENERGY SECURITY AMID THE TRANSITION TO A CLEANER ENERGY MIX
A Timeline for Action

Moderator

Mark Thurber, Stanford University

Panelists

Meredith Miller, Albright Stonebridge Group

Benjamin Shobert, University of Washington; Microsoft


THE RISING ROLE OF NATURAL GAS AND LNG IN ASIA’S ENERGY FUTURE

Moderator

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

Panelists

Joseph Naylor, Chevron

Tadashi Maeda, Japan Bank for International Cooperation

Se Hyun Ahn, University of Seoul


DESIGNING THE ENERGY SYSTEM OF 2050

Moderator

James Slutz, National Petroleum Council

Panelists

Regina H. Mayor, KPMG LLP

Chen Weidong, DFS Energy Consultant (Beijing) Ltd.; Formerly CNOOC Energy Economy Institute

Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr., The National Bureau of Asian Research; Capitol Counsel LLC


CONCLUDING REMARKS

Clara Gillispie, The National Bureau of Asian Research


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Senator Slade Gorton (Slade Gorton International Policy Center) provides opening remarks at the Pacific Energy Summit strategy session.

 
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Mark Thurber (Stanford University); Se Hyun Ahn (University of Seoul); Mikkal E. Herberg (NBR); James Slutz (National Petroleum Council); and Regina H. Mayor (KPMG) take a break amid panel discussions on energy security and the transition to a cleaner energy mix.

 
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Participants at the 2017 Pacific Energy Summit strategy session.
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