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3rd Asia Energy Security Summit 2013Co-operation for Security, Stability and Sustainability                    28 February...
Session 1: Geopolitics of Energy Security: Global & Asian  •Forging New alliances for  energy security: the role of  gover...
Geopolitics of Energy Security: Global & AsianGeo-politics of choke points: Threat to Energy Security of Asia             ...
Session 2: Examining the Political & Economic issues of EnergyDiplomacy
Examining the Political & Economic issues of Energy Diplomacy  •Building Trans-  national gas  pipelines: win-win  situati...
Session 3: The New World Order in EnergyImpact of Shale gas on energy security & geo-politics   •Are shale gas   discoveri...
The New World Order in EnergyThe Role of LNG in meeting the energy needs of Asia   •Delinking LNG   pricing from crude   •...
Session 4: Long Term Energy Security of Key Regions of Asia  Status of sovereignty,  mining and extraction  rights or rim ...
Session 4: Long Term Energy Security of Key Regions of Asia•Access to CentralAsian energyresources for Asianconsumers•Russ...
Session 5: Exploring the Potential of Transnational Trade ofElectricity & CoalPanel Discussion – The SAARC Grid: Policy, R...
Exploring the Potential of Transnational Trade of Electricity & Coal Transnational Trade of Coal: Future outlook for Asia
Session 6: Security of Energy Infrastructure     Securing Sea Lanes of Communication from Piracy and Terra Threats
Session 6: Security of Energy Infrastructure     Securing Sea Lanes of Communication from Piracy and Terra Threats
Session 6: Security of Energy Infrastructure•Energy Security-Impact ofTerrorism & Insurgency•How Secure is Asia’s energyin...
Session 7: Alternate Energy – Is it the way forward for an energyconsuming Asia?•Feasibility, reliability andadequacy of R...
Session 8: New Energy Solutions•Bio Mass: Commercialisationof Biomass energy system forenergy access & security•Energy Sto...
In Conclusion: The emergence of a new Asian energy security           paradigm from the Caucasus to Sydney
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  1. 1. 3rd Asia Energy Security Summit 2013Co-operation for Security, Stability and Sustainability 28 February – 1 March 2013 Bangkok, ThailandFostering Energy Security Partnership and Co-operation within Asia Harry Dhaul - Director General, IPPAI
  2. 2. Session 1: Geopolitics of Energy Security: Global & Asian •Forging New alliances for energy security: the role of governments and industry •Fostering Energy Security Partnership & Co- operation •Emerging Global Developments around Energy Security Day1
  3. 3. Geopolitics of Energy Security: Global & AsianGeo-politics of choke points: Threat to Energy Security of Asia Focus: Hormuz and Straits of Malacca
  4. 4. Session 2: Examining the Political & Economic issues of EnergyDiplomacy
  5. 5. Examining the Political & Economic issues of Energy Diplomacy •Building Trans- national gas pipelines: win-win situation for all? (TAPI, IPI, China- Myanmar, China- Pakistan) •Do acquisitions of overseas energy assets translate to greater energy security? •Role of FDI in Power, Oil, Gas & Coal
  6. 6. Session 3: The New World Order in EnergyImpact of Shale gas on energy security & geo-politics •Are shale gas discoveries in the US altering traditional reliance of Western countries on Middle- East for Petroleum? Implications for Asia •North & South America, China’s standpoint on future shale gas market
  7. 7. The New World Order in EnergyThe Role of LNG in meeting the energy needs of Asia •Delinking LNG pricing from crude •Future potential of LNG import terminals in Asia •Impact of LNG as Energy Fuel Mix for end user: Malaysian perspective
  8. 8. Session 4: Long Term Energy Security of Key Regions of Asia Status of sovereignty, mining and extraction rights or rim nations of South China Sea
  9. 9. Session 4: Long Term Energy Security of Key Regions of Asia•Access to CentralAsian energyresources for Asianconsumers•Russia’s capacityfor Oil & GasExports and itsGlobal Impact•Energy Future ofSouth Asia – issues& opportunities
  10. 10. Session 5: Exploring the Potential of Transnational Trade ofElectricity & CoalPanel Discussion – The SAARC Grid: Policy, Regulatory, Infrastructure, Contractual Issuesin cross border trade of electricity DAY2
  11. 11. Exploring the Potential of Transnational Trade of Electricity & Coal Transnational Trade of Coal: Future outlook for Asia
  12. 12. Session 6: Security of Energy Infrastructure Securing Sea Lanes of Communication from Piracy and Terra Threats
  13. 13. Session 6: Security of Energy Infrastructure Securing Sea Lanes of Communication from Piracy and Terra Threats
  14. 14. Session 6: Security of Energy Infrastructure•Energy Security-Impact ofTerrorism & Insurgency•How Secure is Asia’s energyinfrastructure: Dams,transmission, pipelines, oilrefineries, oil depots andLNG Terminals•Electro Magnetic Pulse(man made and solar): Itsimpact on electricity grids,control systems forinfrastructure
  15. 15. Session 7: Alternate Energy – Is it the way forward for an energyconsuming Asia?•Feasibility, reliability andadequacy of RenewableEnergy in meeting theenergy needs of Asia•Hydro Electric Potential inAsia•Nuclear energy: Merits andDe-Merits (case study: India)
  16. 16. Session 8: New Energy Solutions•Bio Mass: Commercialisationof Biomass energy system forenergy access & security•Energy Storage: A means toaddress peak power deficits,grid integration of renewablesand implementation of smartgrids• Waste to energy : Evaluatingwaste to energy conversiontechnologies
  17. 17. In Conclusion: The emergence of a new Asian energy security paradigm from the Caucasus to Sydney
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