Wednesday, 23 February 2005

Opening Session

Welcoming Remarks
Dr. Yonghun Jung, Vice President, APERC
Introduction of APERC's Studies for 2005 and Onwards
Dr. Yonghun Jung, Vice President, APERC

Session 1: Energy Demand Outlook

Overview of APEC Outlook
Dr. Yonghung Jung, APERC
Global Energy Supply and Demand Outlook to 2050: Impact of the Asian Economic Growth on Energy and Environment
Mr. Norihisa Sakurai, Socio-Economic Research Center (SERC), Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI), Japan
Energy Modeling; The Challenges of the Future
Dr. Charles Heaps, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Sweden
Review of Energy Sector Cooperation in the GMS
Prof. Thierry Lefevre, Centre for Energy Environment Resources Developmenmt (CEERD), Foundation for International Human Resource Development (FIHRD), Thailand
Asia's Energy Insecurity
Mr. Mikkal E. Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research, U.S.A.

Session 2: Energy Supply Potential

APEC Energy Outlook
Mr. I Gusti Suarnaya Sidemen, APERC
Forecasting Oil Demand and Supply: What went wrong in 2004
Dr. Anas F. Alhajji, Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, Ohio Northern University, U.S.A.
Coal Supply and Demand by 2030
Mr. Milton Catelin, Chief Executive, World Coal Institute, U.K.
Unconventional Resources Future Energy Supply
Ms Donna Garbutt, OFS Solutions Marketing Manager, Schlumberger Oilfield Services, U.S.A.
DME: Role in Future Energy Supply
Prof. Kaoru Fujimoto, Chairman, Japan DME Forum & University of Kitakyushu, Japan

Thursday, 24 February 2005

Session 3: Long-Term Energy Issues

Long-term Energy Isseus
Ms Naoko Doi, APERC
Urbanization and Its Impact on Energy Demand
Prof. Kyung-Hwan Kim, Sogang University, Korea
Water Demands and Availability in the United States
Dr. John Gasper, Strategic Area Manager, Argonne National Laboratory, U.S.A.
Challenges for Financing Energy Infrastructure in Asia
Dr. Yongping Zhai, Principal Energy Specialist, Asian Development Bank
Energy Crisis in China: Can Energy Efficiency Provide Solution?
Dr. Mark Levine, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, U.S.A.

Session 4: Role of New and Renewable Energy (NRE) for the Future

New and Renewable Electricity in the APERC Region 2005
Dr. Luis Santiago Vargas and Mr. Jaya Singam Rajoo, APERC
Measuring Environmental Externalities in the Power Sector
Dr. Thomas Sundqvist, Energy Markets Inspectorate, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden
Markets for Renewable Electricity Technology China Case
Mr. Song Yanqin, Center for Renewable Energy Development, China
Assessment and Internationalisation of External Costs of Energy Technologies
Prof. Rainer Friedrich, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Closing Session

Round table discussion on policy issues in the APEC region
Wrap-Up and Closing Remark
Dr. Yonghun Jung, Vice President, APERC