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67 the national bureau of asian research nbr conference report | october 2009 2009 Energy Security Conference The New Energy Silk Road: The Growing Asia–Middle East Energy Nexus conference agenda Washington, D.C. monday, may 18 8:30-8:40 Welcome Roy Kamphausen, Vice President The National Bureau of Asian Research 8:45-9:15 Keynote Address Jonathan Shrier, Acting Assistant Secretary of Energy Office of Policy and International Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy 9:30-10:15 “The Middle East and Asia: Oil Trade and Investment” Fareed Mohamedi PFC Energy 10:15-10:25 Coffee Break 10:30-12:30 Asian Perspectives on the Growing Asia–Middle East Energy Nexus Presentation: “Asia–Middle East Energy Trade and Investment Trends” Mikkal Herberg The National Bureau of Asian Research Paper: “China’s Energy Role in the Middle East and Prospects for the Future” Philip Andrews-Speed University of Dundee 68 nbr conference report u october 2009 Prospects for China’s current and future energy and diplomatic role in the Middle East Discussants: Robert Sutter, Georgetown University Bo Kong, GlobalEnergyandEnvironmentProgram,SAIS,JohnsHopkinsUniversity 12:40-1:40 Lunch 1:45-2:45 Asian Perspectives on the Growing Asia–Middle East Energy Nexus (cont.) Paper: “India’s Future Energy and Geopolitical Role in the Region” Sumit Ganguly Indiana University Prospects for India’s current and future energy and diplomatic role in the Middle East Discussants: James Clad, National Defense University Manpreet Singh Anand, Chevron Corporation 3:00-5:00 Middle East Perspectives on the Growing Asia–Middle East Energy Nexus Paper: “Saudi Arabia’s Relations with China and Asia and Prospects for the Future” Jean-Francois Seznec Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University How do the Saudis view their future energy and strategic relations with China and Asia, especially in the context of the strategic alliance with the United States? Paper: “Iran’s Views on Future Relations with China and Asia and Prospects for the Future” Hormoz Naficy Petroventures Advisory Ltd., London How does Iran view its future energy and strategic relations with China and Asia, especially in the context of its strategic conflicts with the United States? Discussants: Jon Alterman, CSIS Flynt Leverett, New America Foundation 69 THE NEW ENERGY SILK ROAD u CONFERENCE AGENDA tuesday, may 19 9:00-9:30 Breakfast 9:30-10:30 Other Competitors in Energy and Diplomacy in the Gulf and Middle East Presentation: “Japan and South Korea’s Energy Diplomacy in the Middle East and Gulf and Prospects for the Future” Kent Calder SAIS, JohnsHopkinsUniversity Presentation: “Russian Energy and Strategic Interests in the Middle East and Gulf and Prospects for the Future” Paul Saunders Nixon Center 10:30-12:00 Roundtable Discussion: Strategic Implications for the U.S. of the Growing Asia–Middle East Energy Nexus Roundtable Participants: Mikkal Herberg, NBR Dan Blumenthal, AEI Edward Chow, CSIS ...

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ISBN
9781939131003
MARC Record
OCLC
867796928
Pages
69
Launched on MUSE
2013-06-27
Language
English
Open Access
No
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