APERC Annual Conference

APERC Annual Conference 2002 30 and 31 January 2002, Capitol Tokyu Hotel, Tokyo, Japan

Wednesday, 30 January 2002

Opening Session

OS-1 Welcome and Introduction Mr. Tatsuo Masuda, President, APERC

Session 1: An Overview of the Draft Outlook 2002

S1-1 Overview of APERC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook 2002 Dr. Yonghun Jung, APERC
S1-2 Discussion on APERC Outlook 2002 Dr. Tae Yong Jung, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), Japan
S1-3 Kyoto Flexibility Mechanisms and Energy Sustainability in Asia-Pacific Prof. Thierry Lefevre, Center for Energy-Environment Research and Development (CEERD), Thailand
S1-4 EIA's International Energy Outlook Mr. Bruce Bawks, Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S.A.

Session 2: Sectoral Analysis

S2-1 APERC Energy Demand/Supply Outlook 2020: Industrial Energy Demand Dr. Oleg Sinyugin, APERC
S2-2 Residential and Commercial Sector Ms Satya Zulfanitra, APERC
S2-3 Energy Demand Forecast for the APEC Transportaion Sector to 2020 Mr. Ivan Jaques, APERC
S2-4 Electricity Demand and Supply Mr. Edito Barcelona, APERC
S2-5 Energy Efficiency in Industry: From Past Achievement to Forecast Dr. Didier Bosseboeuf, French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), France
S2-6 The Promise of Emerging Energy Technologies Dr. Marilyn A. Brown, Director, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Program, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), U.S.A.

Thursday, 31 January 2002

Session 3: Energy Supply: Investment and Infrastructure

S3-1 Gas Storage in the APEC Region: Development of Commercial Structure Dr. Ki-Joong Kim, APERC
S3-2 Third Party Access of LNG Receiving Terminals in Japan Mr. Hideo Hasegawa, Researcher, Natural Gas Group, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ), Japan
S3-3 Flexibility in LNG Trade Dr. David Nissen, Poten and Partners, U.S.A.
S3-4 Natural Gas Demand in the Industrial Sector Dr. Hassan Ibrahim, APERC
S3-5 Assessing Today's Supplies to Fuel Tomorrow's Growth Dr. Faith Birol, Head, Economic Analysis Division, International Energy Agency (IEA)
S3-6 Consumption of Gasoline and Diesel for Road Transport in the Asia-Pacific Region Prof. Robert McRae, Department of Economics, The University of Calgary, Canada

Session 4: Major Energy Issues for the 21st Century

S4-1 Emerging Energy Options for the Asia Pacific Region - Alternative Electricity and Transport Fuel Supply Scenarios Dr. David Cope, APERC
S4-2 Energy Efficiency Indicators and Potential Energy Savings in APEC Economies Dr. Oleg Sinyugin, APERC
S4-3 Policies and Measures on Environmental Protection in China Prof. Zhou Fengqi, Energy Research Institute of SDPC, China
S4-4 The Role of Regulators in Energy Restructuring: Ensuring the Balance Between Supply and Demand Comm. Frederick Butler, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, U.S.A.
S4-5 Financing Power Infrastructure in Asia Mr. Halady Satish Rao, Director, Infrastructure Division, East and Central Asia Department, Asian Development Bank
S4-6 Major Factors in Energy Policy Planning: Mexico and Beyond Dr. Francisco Barnes de Castro, Under Secretary of Energy Policy and Technology, Energy Ministry, Mexico
S4-7 Energy Security Initiative: Sea Lane Disruption Simulation Exercise - Background and Outline Mr. Tatsuo Masuda, President, APERC

Closing Session

Round table discussion on policy issues in the APEC region
Wrap-Up and Concluding Remarks Mr. Tatsuo Masuda, President, APERC