Media at the Summit

As a leading source of high-level research on energy and environmental issues across the Asia-Pacific, the Pacific Energy Summit offers complimentary passes to the media. On-the-record media roundtables are held on the sidelines of the Summit, allowing for the key ideas raised in the Summit to extend past its conclusion.

The Summit operates under a policy of a modified Chatham House Rule, where no one can be quoted or attributed without their express permission. This policy encourages frank and open discussion and creates a safe space for dialogue.

Discussions from past Summits have been featured in a wide array of domestic and international outlets including the Wall Street Journal, CCTV, Voice of America, Financial Times, South China Morning Post, the Boston Globe, and the Globe and Mail.

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2016 Summit Media Mentions

BP Deepens Shale Ties with China (Oil & Gas 360, 9/1/2016)

Energy Security in the Asia Pacific (Channel News Asia, 7/20/2016)

China Climate Adviser: Expect Big Cuts in Coal (Energy Intelligence, 6/30/2016)

At the 2016 Pacific Energy Summit (IEEJ Special Bulletin, 6/24/2016)

Social Media

Follow and join the Summit conversations on Twitter @NBRnews with the hashtag #PacificEnergy.
We will be tweeting live updates, relevant news, and more from now until the 2017 Summit.

Study up on the 2015 Summit using the hashtag #PESBeijing.

Media Contact

Media is welcome at the Summit, to request an invitation please contact:

Sara Itagaki
Project Associate, Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs
pacificenergy@nbr.org
+1.202.347.9767