APERC Annual Conference

APERC Annual Conference 2013 26 and 27 February 2013, Keio Plaza Hotel, Tokyo, Japan

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Opening Session

OS-1 Welcoming Remarks Mr. Takato Ojimi, President, APERC

Session 1: “APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook 5th Edition: the Big Picture”

S1-1 Key Findings of the BAU Scenario
S1-1 Chair: Prof. Thierry Lefevre, Director, Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD) Foundation for International Human Resource Development (FIHRD)
S1-1-0 APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook - Summary of Key Findings Dr. Ralph D. Samuelson, Vice President, APERC
S1-1-1 World Energy Outlook 2012 Mr. Amos Bromhead, Senior Energy Analyst, Directorate of Global Energy Economics, International Energy Agency (IEA)
S1-1-2 View on the long-term outlook for energy: AEO2013, IEO2011, and APERC Dr. Peter Gross, Operations Research Analyst, Office of Energy Consumption and Efficiency Analysis, Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. Dept.of Energy, U.S.A.
S1-1-3 Outlook for the APEC region from IEEJ's Asia/World Energy Outlook 2012 Mr. Akira Yanagisawa, Senior Economist, The Energy Data and modelling Center (EDMC), The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ), Japan
S1-1-4 Brief Summary of ADB 2013 Publication: Energy Outlook for Asia and the Pacific Dr. Aiming Zhou, Senior Energy Specialist, Asian Development Bank
S1-2 High Gas Scenario
S1-2 Chair: Dr. Marwan Masri, President Emeritus, Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI)
S1-2-0 High Gas Scenario Mr. Dmitry Sokolov, Researcher, APERC
S1-2-1 U.S. Perspective on Shale Gas Development and Natural Gas Import/Export Regulatory Process Ms Sally Kornfeld, Team Leader, International Oil and Gas Activities, U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE), U.S.A.
S1-2-2 Prospects and Conditions for Mutually Beneficial Cooperation Russia and NEA Countries in the Gas Filed Prof. Boris Saneev, Deputy Director, Melentiev Energy Systems Institute of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ESI SB RAS), Russia
S1-2-3 Prof. Quentin Grafton, Executive Director/Chief Economist, Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics, Australia
S1-2-3+ Australian Gas Resource Assessment Aus Gov BREE
S1-2-3+ Gas Market Report Aus Gov BREE_2012
S1-2-4 Gas Demand and Supply Outlook in China Ms Xiaoli Liu, Deputy Director of Center for Energy Economics and Development Strategy, Energy Research Institute of National Development and Reform Commission, China

Special Lunch Session

Speaker: Dr. Amory Lovins, Chairman, Rocky Mountain Inst., U.S.A.

Session 2: “Alternative Transport Scenarios in the Outlook: Better Urban Planning and Clean Cars”

S2-1 Better Urban Planning Scenario
S2-1 Chair: Prof. Quentin Grafton, Executive Director/Chief Economist, Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics, Australian Government
S2-1-0 APEC Better Urban Planning Alternative Case - The Long Term Benefits to Oil Security and GHG Emissions Mr. Luke Leaver, Researcher, APERC
S2-1-1 Growing Cooler - The Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change Prof. Reid Ewing, City of Metropolitan Planning, University of Utah, U.S.A.
S2-1-2 Urban Planning and Sustainable Mobility Prof. Robert Cervero, Director & Professor, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
S2-1-3 Integrated Lan Use: Transport Planning and Transport Energy Use - Singapore's experience Dr. Evan Gwee, Senior Manager, Land Transport Authority, Singapore
S2-1-4 Shifting Modes and Reductin Travel for Energy Conservation: Evidence from North America Dr. Craig Townsend, Associate Professor, Concordia University, Canada
S2-2 Virtual Clean Car Race Scenario
S2-2 Chair: Prof. Zongxin Wu, Director, Institute of Nuclear and New Energy,
Tsinghua University, Beijing
S2-2-0 APEC Virtual Clean Car Alternative Case - Economic, oil security and carbon pathways Mr. Luke Leaver, Researcher, APERC
S2-2-1 Powertrain Strategy Mr. Sumito Ishii, Managing Director, General Motors Japan Limited, Japan
S2-2-2 Comments on APERC's Energy Demand and Supply Outlook 5th Edition Dr. Friedemann Bruehl, Vice-Chairman and Executive Director, Japan Automobile Importers Association
S2-2-2+ Mercedes Benz M Klasse
S2-2-3 Virtual Clean Car Race Scenario in e-Bus Case Dr. Youn-Soo Kang, Director, Dept. of Future Transport and Strategy Planning, The Korea Transport Institute, Korea
S2-2-4 Analysis of Co2 Emissions to Consider Future Technologies and Integrated Approaches in the Road Transport Sector Mr. Shuichi Kanari, Japan Automobile Research Institute, Japan

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Session 3: “Opportunities to Improve Efficiency and Security in Electricity Supply ”

S3-1 Distributed Combined Heat and Power
S3-1 Chair: Prof. Nikolai Voropai, Director, Melentiev Energy Systems Institute of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ESI SB RAS)
S3-1-0 Distributed Combined Heat and Power in the APEC Region: Examples and Potential Dr. Cary N. Bloyd, Senior Staff Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, U.S.A.
S3-1-1 U.S. Perspectives on Combined Heat and Power - Opportunities in the APEC Regions Mr. Dan Rastler, Sr. Mgr. Strategic Initiatives and Demonstrations, Electric Power Research Institute, U.S.A.
S3-1-2 Cogeneration in Malaysia Datuk Ir. Ahmad Fauzi Hasan, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Commission, Malaysia
S3-1-3 Distributed Combined Heat and Power Mr. Jesus Tamang, Director, Department of Energy (DOE), Philippines
S3-1-4 Distributed Generation on Electricity System in Indonesia Mr. Benhur Philip Lumbantobing, Deputy Director for Electricity Cooperation, Director General of Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia
S3-2 Electricity Trade in the APEC Region
S3-2 Chair: Dr. Hardiv Situmeang, Executive Director, ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE)
S3-2-0 Shale Revolution and Energy Security for Asia/APEC in the 21st Century Mr. Nobuo Tanaka, Former IEA Executive Director
S3-2-1 Electric power cooperation and trading in Asia Pacific Region: Russian view Prof. N.U. Voropai, Director, Melentiev Energy Systems Institute of Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ESI SB RAS), Russia
S3-2-2 ASEAN Power Grids Interconnection Projects for Energy Efficiency and Supply Mr. Syaiful B. Ibrahim, Secretary in Charge, The Heads of Asean Power Utilities/Authorities, ASEAN
S3-2-3 Progress of power system in Viet Nam and transmission interconnection projects Dr. Hoang Tien Dung, Director General, Institute of Energy, Viet Nam
S3-2-4 Possible Interconnection scenarios and Preliminary assessment of power system interconnections between ROK, DPRK and R Dr. Jae-young Yoon, Principal Researcher, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Korea

Session 4: “Future APERC Activities”

S4-1 APERC’s Future Research Activities
S4-1 &2 Chair: Prof. Kenichi Matsui, APEC EGEDA Chair
S4-1-0 APERC's Future Research Activities Dr. Ralph D. Samuelson, Vice President, APERC
S4-1-1 Dr. Yonghun Jung, Ministerial Counsellor, Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Korea
S4-1-2 IEEJ's Research Themes for FY2013 - As a reference to Future APERC Activities Dr. Ken Koyama, Managing Director, Chief Economist, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ), Japan
S4-2 APERC’s Future Cooperative Activities
S4-2-0 APERC's Future Cooperative Activities Dr. Kazutomo Irie, General Manager of Research Department, APERC
S4-2-1 APERC Cooperative Activities Mechanism - A necessity under APERC Work Plan? Dr. Weerawat Chantanakome, Chief Executive Officer, Brunei National Energy Research Institute (BNERI), Brunei Darussalam
S4-2-2 APERC's Future Cooperative Activities Dr. Jyuung-Shiauu Chern, Chief, Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Chinese Taipei
Chair's Summary
Closing Remarks Mr. Takato Ojimi, President, APERC