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Oil and Gas for Asia: Geopolitical Implications of Asia’s Rising Demand

Oil and Gas for Asia

Report | Sep 17, 2012

Oil and Gas for Asia

Geopolitical Implications of Asia’s Rising Demand


On September 20, 2012, NBR and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars launched NBR’s 2012 Energy Security Report, “Oil and Gas for Asia: Geopolitical Implications of Asia’s Rising Demand,” in Washington, D.C.

The event convened senior policy and industry leaders, and Asia energy specialists, for a discussion of how Asia’s rising energy demand, coupled with angst over prices and the reliability of future oil and LNG supplies, is shaping the strategic and economic agendas of Asia’s major powers.

Audio

FULL EVENT


REMARKS

Robert D. Hormats, Department of States

Transcript: Prepared Remarks


Charles W. Boustany Jr., U.S.-China Working Group, House of Representatives


Jane Harman, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars


PANEL

S. Chander, Asian Development Bank

Edward C. Chow, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Erica S. Downs, Brookings Institution

Mikkal Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)

Michael Kugelman, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Agenda

Agenda

Sponsors

Asian Development Bank
Chevron
ConocoPhillips
ExxonMobil
Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation

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