Thank you

The 2016 Pacific Energy Summit, convened an exclusive group of delegates from government, business, and research organizations from 20 countries across the Asia-Pacific to explore innovative solutions to the dual challenges of rising energy demand and a changing climate. We thank all of our participants who have participated in the Summit and look forward to robust discussions at the next summit in 2017.

A report will be released in the fall of 2016 summing up finding from the Summit discussions and will be publicly launched in DC. Stay up to date with the National Bureau of Asian Research to be alerted about the launch.

To request an invitation to the next Summit, please contact:

Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs Group
+1.202.347.9767 pacificenergy@nbr.org


Voices from Summit Participants

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“The Pacific Energy Summit is a terrific opportunity to be around international experts dealing with all aspects of energy policy making.“

Congressman Charles W. Boustany, Jr.
Member, U.S. House of Representatives

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“The Asia-Pacific region is the key area of the world for energy consumption, and also has the highest rate of energy consumption growth in the world. Under such circumstances, the energy transition and energy revolution of the Asia-Pacific is very important for the global community to realize energy and environmental targets.”

He Jiankun
Vice Chairman, National Experts Panel on Climate Change, People’s Republic of China;
Vice Chairman, China Energy Research Society

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“At no other time in the history of mankind has energy been so central to our security, prosperity, and our living environment.”


Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy

President, Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam

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“Today few regions of the world, if any, are more pivotal to the global economy, and no input is more critical than reliable energy supplies to driving economic growth within the Asia-Pacific region. We believe trust, long-term relationships, and energy development partnerships are the building blocks of energy security.”

Melody Meyer
Former President, Chevron Asia-Pacific Exploration and Production Company;
Member, NBR Board of Directors

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“We must continue a transparent and thoughtful global dialogue on achievable solutions to these complex and important energy issues. These discussions are critical to managing growing energy demand, challenges to energy security, and climate change.“

Admiral Dennis Blair
Chairman of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA;
Member, NBR Board of Directors;
Summit Advisor, Pacific Energy Summit