What the New China-Russia Alliance means for China’s Oil & Gas Industry | AmCham


by Project Pengyou on October 9th, 2014   923 views

When and Where

  • 09/10/2014
    4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

  • AmCham China Conference Center
    The Office Park, Tower AB, 6th Floor No. 10 Jintongxi Road,Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020 PRC - See more at: http://www.amchamchina.org/#sthash.wSOrk7Ug.dpuf
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What the New China-Russia Alliance means for China's Oil & Gas Industry | AmCham

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***Registration Required*** With the region’s energy supply dynamics already in flux, China-Russia relations are the latest factor to grab the spotlight this year, triggered by the spike in Russia’s confrontation with the West and the long-awaited breakthrough in Beijing-Moscow pipeline gas negotiations. Due to geopolitics and energy complementarity, the China-Russia relationship is being touted as a potentially game-changing new alliance with fundamental implications for oil and gas, in Asia and beyond. AmCham China’s Oil, Energy & Power (OEP) Forum is pleased to introduce Mr. Andrew Gilholm, Director of Asia Analysis with Control Risks, the global political, integrity and security risk consultancy. In this session, Mr. Gilholm will consider the China-Russia relationship and recent developments, assess how realistic this new “alliance” scenario is and offer some observations on the potential implications.

Thursday, October 9, 4pm-6pm
“What the New China-Russia Alliance Means for China’s Oil & Gas Industry”
Andrew Gilholm, Director of Asia Analysis with Control Risks
The American Chamber of Commerce
AmCham-China Conference Center | Off-the-Record | ¥100 for AmCham Members Online, ¥600 for Non-Members | Registration 
 
With the region’s energy supply dynamics already in flux, China-Russia relations are the latest factor to grab the spotlight this year, triggered by the spike in Russia’s confrontation with the West and the long-awaited breakthrough in Beijing-Moscow pipeline gas negotiations. Due to geopolitics and energy complementarity, the China-Russia relationship is being touted as a potentially game-changing new alliance with fundamental implications for oil and gas, in Asia and beyond. AmCham China’s Oil, Energy & Power (OEP) Forum is pleased to introduce Mr. Andrew Gilholm, Director of Asia Analysis with Control Risks, the global political, integrity and security risk consultancy. In this session, Mr. Gilholm will consider the China-Russia relationship and recent developments, assess how realistic this new “alliance” scenario is and offer some observations on the potential implications.
 
Andrew Gilholm is Director of Asia Analysis with Control Risks, the global political, integrity and security risk consultancy. He has 14 years of experience in the political risk industry, working mainly in China since 2001, as well as in Control Risks’ Singapore and Seoul offices. Before joining Control Risks in 2005 Andy was Northeast Asia analyst at Oxford Analytica; he previously worked at Microsoft China, and as East Asia analyst at a consultancy advising the political risk insurance industry. Andy’s comments on regional affairs have appeared in journals and media including the China Economic Quarterly, the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Affairs, The Economist, Financial Times and Wall Street Journal. He has an MA with Distinction in East Asian Politics and International Relations, and a BA in Political Science.
 
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