The 9th IEEJ/APERC International Energy Symposium
“Complexity of Achieving Energy Transition under Multiple Pathways ”

Speakers' Profile

Date/Time: April 19th, 2024 (Friday) 10:00-16:35 (in Japan Standard Time (JST))
Seminar type: Hybrid (In Person/Online (ZOOM) meeting)
       ■Venue:Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa (Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
Theme: "Complexity of Achieving Energy Transition under Multiple Pathways"

【Opening Remarks】
Tatsuya Terazawa, Chairman and CEO, IEEJ 

Session 1 “Technology enablers for energy transition strategy”
Moderator: Toshiyuki Sakamoto, Board Member, Director, IEEJ

Dr. Timur Gul, Chief Energy Technology Officer, Energy Agency (IEA)
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Dr. Joseph Majkut, Director, Energy Security and Climate Change Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
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Mr. Tsutomu Nakamura, Director General, Environment and Green Chemistry Unit, Technology Strategy Center, New Energy and Technology Development Organization (NEDO), Japan
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Session 2 “Build-up of an ecosystem for carbon circularity”
Moderator: Yoshikazu Kobayashi, Manager, Research Strategy Group, Research Strategy Unit, IEEJ

Dr. Axel Pierru, Vice President, King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)
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Mr. Adam Baylin-Stern, Policy and Engagement Lead, Carbon Engineering
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Mr. Takashi Hongo, Senior Research Fellow, Mitsui & Co. Global Strategic Studies Institute
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Session 3 “Sustainable supplies and use of critical materials”
Moderator: Glen Sweetnam, Senior Vice President, APERC

Mr. Tim Gould, Chief Energy Economist, IEA
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Mr. Takeshi Harada, Director, Research Division, Metals Strategy Department, Metals Unit, Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC), Japan
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Kutani Ichiro, Senior Research Director, Manager, Global Energy Group 1, Director, Energy Security Unit, IEEJ
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【Closing Remarks】
Kazutomo Irie, President, APERC