Below are the presentations from the EPRINC Embassy Series event, “Cleantech Policy in an Age of Energy Abundance”, that took place at the Japanese Ambassador’s Residence on October 27.
On December 6, EPRINC hosted an event at the Russian Embassy featuring presentations on and a discussion of long-term global energy trends from a Russian perspective. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak provided opening remarks which were followed by presentations by Professor Leonid Grigoryev, Chief Advisor to the President, Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation, and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova, Head of the Oil and Gas Department at the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The presentations covered the Analytical Center’s global energy outlook through 2040 as well as energy challenges and opportunities facing Russia and its economy. The event concluded with a panel discussion featuring EIA Administrator Adam Sieminski and former EIA Administrator and current EPRINC board member Guy Caruso.
The presentations from the event can be downloaded from inside this post.
The full outlook can be downloaded from the Russian Academy of Science’s website: http://www.eriras.ru/files/Global_and_Russian_energy_outlook_up_to_2040.pdf
The second event in the EPRINC Embassy Series was held on January 29, 2013 at the Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C. The event, LNG Exports From North America: Understanding the Policy Debate, featured presentations by Jim Jensen, Piotr Galitzine and David Montgomery, as well as commentary by Charles Ebinger and Michelle Michot Foss. EPRINC is grateful to the Russian embassy for its hospitality and support of this event and in particular would like to thank H. E. Sergey I. Kislyak, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the U.S. and the Honorable Yury P. Sentyurin, State-secretary – Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation.
On July 9, 2012 EPRINC held its inaugural Washington Energy Forum – EPRINC Embassy Series event at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. The event featured several presentations addressing refinery closures in the Northeastern United States (PADD 1) and strategies for improving crude oil transportation infrastructure as well as remarks by new EIA Administrator Adam Siemenski. EPRINC would like to thank the Canadian Embassy and Statoil for their generous support and assistance in launching this inaugural event.