Kindly note that this event is on-the-record. Following the conclusion of the panel discussion, please join the panelists in a cocktail reception. Space is limited, and on a first come, first served basis.
Roy D. Kamphausen, The National Bureau of Asian Research
Mikkal E. Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research
Younkyoo Kim, Hanyang University
Fei Yu, Asian Development Bank
Clara Gillispie, The National Bureau of Asian Research
Meghan L. O’Sullivan, Harvard University
Additional Senior Policy Representatives (invited)
This high-level event will examine how a range of factors – including market volatility, efforts to accelerate lower carbon transitions, regional geopolitics, and Paris Climate Accord commitments – will shape energy security outlooks in the Asia-Pacific. It will also feature timely discussion of the implications of the U.S. leadership transition for U.S.-Asia energy ties.
The event will also serve as the launch of NBR’s twelfth annual Energy Security Report, “Asia’s Energy Security amid Global Market Change,” as well as recap findings from NBR’s seventh annual Pacific Energy Summit that NBR held in Singapore earlier this year.