ACYPI Perth | Powering the Asian Century: A Supply and Demand Equation
The first event in our Australia-China: Deepening the Relationship series will focus on China’s demand for energy and Australia’s place in providing supply. As the world’s largest energy consumer, China will continue to provide a strong demand for Australian energy resources into the foreseeable future. This seminar will draw on top minds in the energy sector to provide insights into the Chinese energy market and innovation and opportunities in the field of nuclear, natural gas and renewable energy resources.
This event will feature expert speakers from both Chinese and Australian entities who will enlighten us on their perspectives of the Chinese energy market and Australia’s role in the international energy market.
Location: Level 8, Exchange Plaza, Sherwood Court (off St Georges Terrace), PERTH
Date/Time: 6pm for a 6.30pm start on 10th December 2013
Format: A panel discussion followed by questions and answers session. Networking over drinks to follow.
LU Yongfeng: Chief Representative Australia, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).
Michael Wood, Director, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Western Australia State Office.
Dr XIANG Weidong: Managing Director, Energy Metals
Mark Sticknells, Deputy Director, Energy and Minerals Institute (EMI), University of Western Australia
ACYPI’s Australia-China: Deepening the Relationship is a special event series looking at the growth industries of tomorrow that will enhance and expand business, political and people-to-people links between Australia and China. As the relationship between Australia and China deepens, young professionals will be called on to innovate, shape and expand on how our respective nations develop and mutually prosper.
Supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.