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Adapting to a New Energy Era: Maximizing Potential Benefits for the Asia-Pacific

Adapting to a New Energy Era

Report | Sep 30, 2014

Adapting to a New Energy Era

A New Strategy for U.S., Japanese, and Asian Energy Security


On February 24, 2015, NBR convened a Capitol Hill event detailing the findings of the two-year project “Adapting to a New Energy Era.” The event featured remarks by Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr. (U.S. House of Representatives) and Minister Yasushi Akahoshi (Embassy of Japan in the United States of America), as well as panel discussions with senior policymakers, industry leaders, and top energy and geopolitical specialists. Participants highlighted how the Asia-Pacific can lead on strengthening global energy security and will detail recommendations for policy, industry, and research.

Speakers

Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr., U.S. House of Representatives

Minister Yasushi Akahoshi, Embassy of Japan in the United States of America

Tom Cutler, Cutler International, LLC

Clara Gillispie, The National Bureau of Asian Research

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

Shoichi Itoh, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Roy Kamphausen, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Li Bin, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the United States of America

Meredith Miller, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Yu Nagatomi, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Takayuki Sato, Japan Bank for International Cooperation

Kei Shimogori, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan

Agenda

Event Agenda and Speaker Biographies

About the Adapting to a New Energy Era Project

Through a range of activities—including field research, commissioned papers, workshops, and dialogues with key stakeholders—the project “Adapting to a New Energy Era” aims to provide in-depth and academically rigorous research into how the United States, Japan, South Korea, China, and other countries can craft stronger diplomatic, strategic, and economic tools to support common energy security interests. Learn more.

Sponsor

This initiative is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation.

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