Strengthening Markets for Energy and Environmental Security
2015 SUMMIT REPORT (PDF)
The 2015 Pacific Energy Summit gathered key stakeholders from around the globe in Beijing, China to discuss outlooks for energy and environmental security and offer transnational approaches to developing market-based energy policies.
Charting the Course to a Secure and Cleaner Energy Future
2014 SUMMIT REPORT (PDF)
The 2014 Pacific Energy Summit convened key stakeholders from around the world in Seoul, South Korea, to explore what is needed to pursue complementary energy and environmental strategies and work toward achieving the goal of a cleaner and more abundant energy future.
Forging Trans-Pacific Cooperation for a New Energy Era
2013 SUMMIT REPORT (PDF)
The 2013 Pacific Energy Summit convened key stakeholders from the region in Vancouver, Canada to explore market and policy solutions needed to realize the full potential for more integrated energy trade and investment between Asia and North America. The report presents policy recommendations on the Summit’s main topics of discussion.
Innovative Generation: Powering a Prosperous Asia
2012 SUMMIT REPORT (PDF)
The 2012 Pacific Energy Summit Report highlights key findings from discussions in Hanoi, Vietnam, where global decision-makers addressed how to best meet Asia’s rising electricity demand while mitigating the environmental impact.
Unlocking the Potential of Natural Gas in the Asia-Pacific
2011 SUMMIT REPORT (PDF)
The 2011 Pacific Energy Summit was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, and explored the role of natural gas in addressing the challenges of energy security and climate change in the region. The Report highlights the key findings from robust discussion among world leaders in policy, industry, and academia.
Energy Security and Economic Growth in the Asia-Pacific
2009 SUMMIT REPORT (PDF)
The inaugural Pacific Energy Summit convened in Tokyo, Japan, on November 3-5, 2009 with the theme “Energy Security and Economic Growth in the Asia-Pacific: Innovations, Markets, and Smart Policies for a Low-Carbon Future.” The Report outlines the key findings that emerged over two days of discussion.