AustCham Beijing, AmCham & NRDC Energy Institute: Policy Update

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by Shirley Kuang on June 19th, 2015   805 views

When and Where

  • 19/06/2015
    2:30 pm - 6:00 pm

  • China World Hotel
    1 Jianguomen Outer St
    Chaoyang, Beijing
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AustCham Beijing, AmCham & NRDC Energy Institute: Policy Update

Event Details

The AustCham Beijing Energy Working Group, The AmCham China Oil, Energy & Power Forum and NDRC will join together for a policy update on China’s Energy sector. The event will provide members of AustCham Beijing and AmCham China with more insight into how China’s energy policy is impacting Australian and US energy companies in the Chinese market. Amid many shifts in the Chinese energy market for global energy companies, this will be a great opportunity to engage with the policy makers from NDRC on the opportunities and challenges facing Australian and US energy companies in China.


Moderator: Tom Luckock (Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright)

2:30pm-3:00pm: Registration & Networking

3:00pm-3:05pm: Introduction from Jason Dong (Westrac), Chair of AustCham Energy Working Group

3:05pm-3:10pm: Introduction from Mark Nelson (Conocophillips), AmCham OEP Forum Chair

3:10pm-3:30pm: Presentation from Dr. Wang, Head of the Energy Institute of NDRC – “NDRC Regulatory update: Opportunities and challenges for Australian and US Energy companies in China”

3:30pm-3:50pm: Presentation from Ben Jarvis (Counsellor Resources and Energy, Australian Embassy) on the Australia-China Energy relationship

3:50pm-4:10pm: Presentation from AmCham Chair of Energy committee on how changes in the Chinese regulatory environment are effecting US Energy companies in the Chinese market

4:10pm-4:20pm: Tea & Coffee Break

4:20pm-5:00pm: Panel discussion moderated by Tom Luckock (Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright) with following panelists as well as Q&A with the audience:

  • Dr. Liu Jianxing (Deputy Director General, International Cooperation Centre of NDRC)
  • Dr. Jin Wang (Head of the Energy Institute of NDRC)
  • Ben Jarvis (Counsellor Resources and Energy – Department of Industry and Science, Australian Embassy)
  • Mark Nelson (Vice President, ConocoPhillips)

5:00pm-6:00pm: Networking Drinks

Members 150 RMB

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