The establishment of the Advisory Board was endorsed by the APEC Energy Working Group (EWG) at their 16th meeting in Cairns, Australia, in August 1998.
Terms of Reference
The Advisory Board is a group of representatives of major research institutions located in the APEC region to facilitate APERC to conduct cooperative research studies.
Its primary role is to give professional advice on the on-going and proposed research of APERC with respect to the issues to be covered such as methodologies, approaches, databases, and information sources, as well as relevant experts to be involved.
APERC carefully considers the advice provided by its members in proposing its research plan to the EWG.
The views and suggestions expressed by the Advisory Board remain anonymous.
Members (as of Apr. 2017) are as follows:
Dr. Ross Lambie
Assistant Secretary, Economics Policy Analysis and Implementation Division, Department of the Environment and Energy
Dr. Marwan Masri
President Emeritus, Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI), Alberta
Prof. Fengqi Zhou
Senior Advisor, Energy Research Institute (ERI), National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), Beijing
Dr. Hardiv Harris Situmeang
Chairman, Indonesian National Committee-World Energy Council (KNI-WEC), Jakarta
Mr. Masakazu Toyoda
Chairman & CEO, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ), Tokyo
Dr. Joo Heon Park
President, Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI), Seoul
Dr. Sanjayan Velautham
Executive Director, ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), Jakarta
Prof. Nikolay I. Voropay
Director, Energy Systems Institute, Siberian Branch (SB) Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Irkutsk
Prof. Thierry Lefevre
Director, Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD), Foundation for International Human Resource Development (FIHRD), Bangkok
Dr. Cary Neal Bloyd
Senior Staff Scientist,Pacific Northwest National Laboratory,Washington
Dr. Nan Zhou
Staff Scientist,Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,California
Terms of Reference for the Advisory Board were adopted at the 10th meeting of the APEC Expert Group on Energy Data and Outlook (currently Expert Group on Energy Data and Analysis) held in Brunei Darussalam in March 1999, and was endorsed by the APEC EWG at their 17th meeting in Oakland, the United States, in April 1999.