Asia's Rising Energy and Resource Nationalism

2011 Energy Security Report Launch Event


On September 22, 2011, NBR and The Henry M. Jackson Foundation hosted a launch for NBR’s 2011 Energy Security Report “Asia’s Rising Energy and Resource Nationalism.” The launch convened senior policy and industry leaders, and Asia energy specialists for a discussion of the major risks emanating from Asia’s growing energy insecurity and opportunities to strengthen regional collaboration.

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OPENING

Welcome

    Meredith Miller,, The National Bureau of Asian Research

Introduction

    John W. Hempelmann, The Henry M. Jackson Foundation

Remarks on Asia’s approach to energy security and implications for U.S. policymaking

    Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)


PANEL: Asia’s Rising Energy and Resource Nationalism

Moderator

    Edward Chow, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Presenters

    Mikkal Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research

    Yufan Hao, University of Macau

    Bernard Cole, National Defense University

Respondents

    Craig Gannett, The Henry M. Jackson Foundation

    Toshikazu Okuya, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan


REMARKS: Insights into China’s energy policies and U.S. engagement with China

Introduction

    Lara Iglitzin, The Henry M. Jackson Foundation

Remarks

    Congressman Adam Smith (D-WA)


Report Highlights

2011 Energy Security Report Brief

Agenda and Photo Gallery

Agenda and Speaker Biographies | Photo Gallery

Conference Sponsors

Chevron
ConocoPhillips
ExxonMobil
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation
JOGMEC


Senator Lisa Murkowski (State of Alaska) offers insights into how the United States and the Asia-Pacific can strengthen their collaborative efforts during her morning address.


Senator Murkowski engages with John Hempelmann (The Henry M. Jackson Foundation) on Asia’s approach to energy security and the implications for U.S. policymaking.


Q&A with members of the audience following Senator Murkowski’s remarks.


Panelists Yufan Hao (University of Macau), Edward Chow (Center for Strategic and International Studies) and Mikkal Herberg (The National Bureau of Asian Research) assess the geopolitical implications of Asia’s approach to energy security.


Bernard Cole (National Defense University) details the connection between energy security concerns and state’s efforts to control major sea lanes.


Panelists Craig Gannett (The Henry M. Jackson Foundation), Toshikazu Okuya (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan), and Bernard Cole (National Defense University) participate in a panel discussion of Asia’s rising energy and resource nationalism.

An audience member engages with senior energy experts during a panel discussion of the recent NBR publication.


Yufan Hao (University of Macau) discusses the emergence of rare earth elements as an arena for national competition.


Q&A during the panel discussion of NBR’s “Asia’s Rising Energy and Resource Nationalism.”


Lara Iglitzin (The Henry M. Jackson Foundation) discusses U.S. engagement with China with Congressman Adam Smith.


Craig Gannett (The Henry M. Jackson Foundation) discusses how Asia’s energy policies impact U.S. energy security.


Edward Chow (Center for Strategic and International Studies) engages fellow panelists Bernard Cole (National Defense University) and Yufan Hao (University of Macau) on Asia’s energy policies and implications for regional collaboration.


Toshikazu Okuya (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan) outlines how Japan’s energy policies have evolved following Fukushima.


Congressman Adam Smith (State of Washington) outlines strategies for enhancing U.S. engagement with the Asia-Pacific.

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