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Session Game Changer, "Natural gas markets and geopolitics: A map in transition", Day 2, 2013 World Energy Congress

Shale gas revolution impact may be limited in Asia

Panel participants said on 15 October that shale gas is a significant game changer, particularly in North America, but those in Asia who hope it will transform energy pricing are unlikely to be satisfied because the pace and scale of the shale gas revolution in North America will be difficult to replicate. China has vast […]

Posted on 15 October 2013

2013 World Energy Congress, Day 2, Session Regional Crossroads, "Eurasia: Partnerships to unlock its full potential"

Untapped resources in Central Asia promise great rewards and challenges

Central Asia offers vast potential for energy procurement, but challenges lie ahead for the region’s nations as well as the foreign players that are needed to develop energy resources, which could produce around 3% of global energy needs, the World Energy Congress was told on 15 October. The area offers resources that include coal, natural […]

Posted on 15 October 2013

2013 World Energy Congress, Day 2, Session Regional Crossroads, "Far Eastern super-grid"

North Korea holds key to East Asian “super-grid”

North Korea remains the biggest issue of uncertainty in shaping a vision for a “super-grid” to integrate power generation and distribution in Northeast Asia, industry leaders said on 15 October. The innovative proposal, still very much in the drawing board stages, would connect the electricity grids of China, Mongolia, Japan, South Korea, Russia, and potentially […]

Posted on 15 October 2013

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Japan remains committed to nuclear even after Fukushima

Nuclear energy remains very much a part of Japan’s energy mix even after the Fukushima accident, said executive vice president and chief nuclear officer of Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) at a session on Monday of the World Energy Congress in Daegu, South Korea. “Japan has limited sources of renewable energy such as wind, solar or hydro,” […]

Posted on 14 October 2013

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WEC Lebanon resumes activities under new leadership

The WEC’s Lebanon member committee has renewed its activities at an official gathering on 9 July in the capital Beirut. WEC Lebanon aims to create a national energy platform to help the country move towards the adoption of sustainable energy policies. The committee was previously dormant but is now hosted by the Lebanese Center for […]

Posted on 23 August 2013

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Asian ministers endorse 22nd World Energy Congress

LONDON / SEOUL, 31 May 2013 – The Organizing Committee of the 22nd World Energy Congress on Friday welcomed the endorsement of the world’s premier energy event by Asian government ministers at a United Nations-sponsored energy conference. In a communique issued Thursday, ministers at the Asian and Pacific Energy Forum (APEF) welcomed the offer of […]

Posted on 31 May 2013

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Asian leaders to address 2013 World Energy Congress

Government and industry figures among 150 confirmed speakers LONDON / SEOUL, 28 May 2013 – Senior government and industry figures from Asia’s leading economies are among the 150 speakers confirmed today by organisers of the 22nd World Energy Congress, which takes place in Daegu, South Korea, from 13 to 17 October 2013. This is only […]

Posted on 28 May 2013

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China and Russia commit to World Energy Congress

SEOUL – 7 May 2013: The Chinese and Russian governments have committed to sending high-level delegations to the World Energy Congress in South Korea in October. The Organising Committee for the 2013 World Energy Congress said it had been notified that China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) would send a ministerial-level delegation to the event and […]

Posted on 7 May 2013

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Energy leaders gather for China International Summit ahead of the World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council hosts event in Beijing to assess ambitions of new Chinese government BEIJING & SEOUL – 25 April 2013: The World Energy Council’s China International Summit opens today in Beijing to explore the long-term energy options facing the country’s new government. The one-day closed summit will be one of the most important […]

Posted on 25 April 2013

Pierre Gadonneix, Chairman of the World Energy Council – Zhang Guobao, Chairman of China Industrial Overseas Development & Planning Association – Christoph Frei, Secretary General of the World Energy Council

Energy leaders gather for China International Summit ahead of the World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council hosts event in Beijing to assess ambitions of new Chinese government BEIJING & SEOUL – 25 April 2013: The World Energy Council’s China International Summit opens today in Beijing to explore the long-term energy options facing the country’s new government. The one-day closed summit will be one of the most important […]

Posted on 25 April 2013

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