ASEAN+3 Oil Stockpiling and Energy Security


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My presentation about ASEAN+3 Oil Stockpiling Roadmap and ASEAN+3 Energy Security System in Emergency Response Exercise, 2-3 May, 2011, Bangkok, Thailand that was held by International Energy Agency.

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ASEAN+3 Oil Stockpiling and Energy Security

  1. 1. Oil Stockpiling Roadmap for ASEAN+3 and ASEAN+3 Energy Security Systems IEA-APEC/ASEAN Emergency Response Exercise Bangkok, 2-3 May 2011
  2. 2. OutlineA. INTRODUCTION • ASEAN & ASEAN+3 at a Glance • ACE at a GlanceB. Oil Stockpiling Roadmap (OSRM) for ASEAN+3C. ASEAN+3 Energy Security Systems
  4. 4. ASEAN and ASEAN+3 The Association of Southeast Asian Nations Established on 8 August 1967 Member Countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam +3 Member Countries: China, Japan, ROK
  5. 5. ACE at a Glance ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) Established on January 1st, 1999 Inter-Governmental Organization, guided by a Governing Council composed of SOE Leaders of the 10 ASEAN Member Countries Technical catalyst for economic growth and development of ASEAN by initiating, coordinating, facilitating and disseminating all energy activities to the region and the rest of the world
  6. 6. Oil Stockpiling Roadmap
  7. 7. Roadmap Basis : Joint Declaration of the 5th AMEM+3, held in Bangkok, Thailand on 7th of August 2008 Approved at the 9th SOME+3 and 7th AMEM+3 held in Da Lat Viet Nam, July 2010 Recognized the necessity of oil stockpiling initiatives in the light of persistent risks of supply disruptions and highly volatile oil market Facilitate and encourage all member states to further improve oil stockpiling initiatives Working Group: ASEAN+3, ACE&JOGMEC
  8. 8. Principles Based on 4 principles: 1) voluntary and non-binding, 2) mutual benefits, 3) mutual respect and respect for bilateral and regional cooperation, and 4) step-by-step approach with long-term perspectives
  9. 9. Situation Some ASEAN Member Countries have planned their OSRM concrete target. However, others are still on the initiation phase. +3 Member Countries, specifically Japan and Korea, have already in place an OSP system for long time
  10. 10. Resume A common understanding on the needs and benefit of Oil Stockpiling Roadmap development Due to differences in economic levels, it is not possible to make an Oil Stockpiling Roadmap with a concrete targets for all ASEAN+3 Member Countries at this moment as desired But, it’s expected that by 2020 every country ASEAN+3 members has a common best-practices to execute effective ways in the ultimate strong hold of energy security
  11. 11. Way Forward1. Continues to study the development of an OSRM by following the same 4 principles and methodology2. Proposed activities to follow up in years 2010-2011 and beyond i.e: • Collecting annual information on the progress of each country’s oil stockpiling activities • Workshops to promote the implementation of each ASEAN Member Country’s OSRM • Implementation of joint project with IEA
  12. 12. ASEAN+3 Energy Security Systems
  13. 13. Systems Basis: The 6th Senior Officials Meeting on Energy + 3 Consultations, 21 August 2007, Singapore Activation and utilization of the ASEAN + 3 Energy Security Communication System consisting of: 1. Energy Communication System A. Chat B. Bulletin Board System 2. Database A. Oil Price Database B. ASEAN Energy Database
  14. 14. Website
  15. 15. Energy Communication SystemChat: Web-based chat system Real time Limited display with 100 charactersBulletin Board System Very good facility to share information in non-real- time basis Unlimited display of character Equipped with file attachment facility with a maximum size of 2000 Kb
  16. 16. Communication Room
  17. 17. APEC JODI Database IEEJ Manage the APEC JODI Database including ASEAN-7 CLM countries were encourage to provide JODI data IEEJ developed a web site for retrieving JODI data in ASEAN including Myanmar and China, Japan and Korea ACE put an entry icon to link to this web site
  18. 18. Oil Price Database Format was developed in 2005 by ACE and IEEJ Data Collection: • Standardize template of Oil Price Reporting Format • Distribute to ASEAN+3 member countries through two channels, one is use of official format and other is any prices by e-mail • Send to ACE on monthly basis
  19. 19. Oil Price Website
  20. 20. ASEAN Energy Database System A WEB-based application for reporting the production and utilization of energy in ASEAN Member Countries (Temp) Data format: • Energy Reporting Format (ERF) • Energy Balance Table (EBT) Annual Submission
  21. 21. ASEAN Energy Database System
  22. 22. Thank