APERC Annual Conference

APERC Annual Conference 2005 23 and 24 February 2005, Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo, Japan

Wednesday, 23 February 2005

Opening Session

OS-1 Welcoming Remarks Dr. Yonghun Jung, Vice President, APERC
OS-2 Introduction of APERC's Studies for 2005 and Onwards Dr. Yonghun Jung, Vice President, APERC

Session 1: Energy Demand Outlook

S1-1 Overview of APEC Outlook Dr. Yonghung Jung, APERC
S1-2 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
S1-3 Energy Modeling; The Challenges of the Future Dr. Charles Heaps, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Sweden
S1-4 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
S1-5 Asia's Energy Insecurity Mr. Mikkal E. Herberg, The National Bureau of Asian Research, U.S.A.

Session 2: Energy Supply Potential

S2-1 APEC Energy Outlook Mr. I Gusti Suarnaya Sidemen, APERC
S2-2 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.
S2-3 Coal Supply and Demand by 2030 Mr. Milton Catelin, Chief Executive, World Coal Institute, U.K.
S2-4 Unconventional Resources Future Energy Supply Ms Donna Garbutt, OFS Solutions Marketing Manager, Schlumberger Oilfield Services, U.S.A.
S2-5 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

S3-1 Long-term Energy Isseus Ms Naoko Doi, APERC
S3-2 Urbanization and Its Impact on Energy Demand Prof. Kyung-Hwan Kim, Sogang University, Korea
S3-3 Water Demands and Availability in the United States Dr. John Gasper, Strategic Area Manager, Argonne National Laboratory, U.S.A.
S3-4 Challenges for Financing Energy Infrastructure in Asia Dr. Yongping Zhai, Principal Energy Specialist, Asian Development Bank
S3-5 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

S4-1 New and Renewable Electricity in the APERC Region 2005 Dr. Luis Santiago Vargas and Mr. Jaya Singam Rajoo, APERC
S4-2 Measuring Environmental Externalities in the Power Sector Dr. Thomas Sundqvist, Energy Markets Inspectorate, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden
S4-3 Markets for Renewable Electricity Technology China Case Mr. Song Yanqin, Center for Renewable Energy Development, China
S4-4 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