Date: Friday, June 1, 2018
Venue: Tokyo Prince Hotel 2F, Providence Hall
【Theme】"Revisiting the Global Energy Governance"
Opening Remarks: Masakazu Toyoda, Chairman & CEO, IEEJ
Session I: Perspectives on Energy Geopolitics; Who will be the leader: US, Russia, the EU, China or Japan?
Moderator: Dr. Ken Koyama, Managing Director, Chief Economist, IEEJ
Ms. Amy Jaffe, Director, Program on Energy Security and Climate Change, Council on Foreign Relations, US
Prof. Paul Stevens*1, Distinguished Fellow, Chatham House(RIIA), UK
Prof. Koichiro Tanaka, Professor, Graduate School for Media & Governance, Keio University / Board Member, President of JIME Center, IEEJ
Special Speech: "Japan's Energy Options looking ahead to the year 2050"
Mr. Satoshi Kusakabe, Commissioner, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Session Ⅱ:What is the outlook for paths toward a 50% reduction in GHG emissions by 2050?
Moderator:Ms. Mayumi Negishi, Reporter, Tokyo Office, The Wall Street Journal
Prof. Roger Pielke*1, Professor, Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Colorado
Mr. Wim Thomas*1, Chief Energy Advisor, Shell International, Netherlands
Prof. Dadi Zhou, Director General Emeritus, Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission, China
Session Ⅲ:Can the electricity market liberalization be compatible with energy security and climate change concerns?
Moderator:Mr. Robin Harding, Tokyo Bureau Chief, Financial Times
Prof. Peter Hartley, Professor of Economics, Rice University, US / Professor of Economics, University of Western Australia, AU
Dr. Peter Lyons*1, Former Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy, Department of Energy, US
Mr. Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist, International Energy Agency
Closing Remark: Takato Ojimi, President, APERC
※１ IEEJ Distinguished Fellow of IEEJ