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The 7th International Conference on
Northeast Asian Natural Gas Pipeline in Tokyo, Japan

December 3-5, 2001

Host : Northeast Asian Gas and Pipeline Forum / Japan
Asian Pipeline Research Society of Japna/Japan
Co-Hosts : Korea Pan-Asian Natural Gas & Pipeline Association
Asia Gas & Pipeline Cooperation Research Center of China
Petroleum Authority of Mongolia
Participants : 238 participants from 9 countries and areas.

Program

1.Keynote Speech
  The Northeast Asian Natural Gas Pipeline Contribution to Comprehensive Security:One Political Scientist's View
Prof.S.Eto, Professor Emeritus, the University of Tokyo, Japan
  Energy Demand Outlook in Asia and Natural Gas Pipeline in Northeast Asia
Mr. Keiichi Yokobori, Executive Director, Institute of Research and Innovation, Japan
2.Special Speech
 

U.S. Policy on Northeast Asian Gas Development
Mr.Robert S. Price Jr., Director, Office of European and Asian Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, USA.

 

Global Energy Outlook and Natural Gas in Northeast Asia:the IEA Viewpoint
Mr.N. Ehara, Head of Asia Pacific and Latin America Division Office of Non-Member Countries, International Energy Agency, France

3.Presentations
  The presentations were divided into 4 sessions mentioned below and in the Round Table there had been a lively discusstion about issues on realization of the natural gas pipeline network in Northeast Asia and role of each country. Among 25 presentations, Russian energy companies demonstrated clear intention to distribute natural gas produced in Siberia through pipeline network. Regarding costs, many speakers took more flexible attitude than before. And there were presentations of latest information on Northeast Asian natural gas and pipeline, such as natural gas development in the Tenth-five Year Plan and West Gas To East Project in China, and restructuring of Korean gas industry. In addition, European and American organizations gave suggestions to Northeast Asian countries based on their experiences.

Session1: Energy Policies and the Position of Natural Gas in Northeast Asia

1. Eastern Vector of Russian Energy Policy
Dr. Alexey M. Mastepanov, Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
2.

The Natural Gas Development in the Tenth-five Year Plan and the "West Gas To East"Project in China
Prof.Jianyi Hu, Mr. Jingming Li, Ms. Ying Chen, Asia Gas & Pipeline Cooperation Research Center of China, China

3. Challenges in Korean Gas Industry
Mr. Joong-Ho Jo, Korea Gas Corporation Rep. of Korea
4. Comprehensive Review of Japan's Energy Policy and the Role of Natural Gas
Mr.Jun Arima, Agency of Natural Resources and Energy, Japan

Session2: Projects for Natural Gas Pipeline Network in Northeast Asia(Part 1)

1. Perspectives of Development of Eurasian Gas Pipeline System and of Energy Resources of Northeast Asia : Gazprom's Point of View
Mr. P. I. Rodionov, Mr. V. I. Rezunenko, Mr. Y.R. Belosistov OAO Gazprom, Dr. I.A.Zhuchenko, NIIGAZECONOMICA, Moscow, Russia
2. Why "Western Route of Natural Gas Pipeline from Kovykta"?
Mr. L.Sukhbuyan, Mr. Dashdavaa Amgalan, Petroleum Authority of Mongolia, Mongolia
3. Central Asia : The Hidden Factor in the China-Russia Energy Equation
Mr. John Roberts, Platts
4. Characteristics and Implications of Major Gas Pipeline Projects in Northeast Asia
Dr. Gi-Chul Jung, Mr. Kwang-su Hwang, Mr. Jea-Seoung Choi,Korea Gas Corporation, Rep. of Korea

Session2: Projects for Natural Gas & Pipeline Network in Northeast Asia(Part 2)

1. Developing Pipeline Gas in Japan : Can European History Provide Any Guidance
Mr. Jonathan P. Stern, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Imperial College, U.K.
2. Conception of the Development of Pipeline Network and Oil and Gas Export from Russia
Acad. Alexei E. Kontrovich, Asian Pipeline Research Society of Russian Federation, Institute of Petroleum Geology, Novosibirsk, Russia
3. JBIC's Role in Financing Natural Gas and Pipeline Projects
Mr. Katsunori Kudo, Japan Bank for International Cooperation, Japan
4. KOVYKTA PROJECT
Mr. Vladimir A. Kazakov, Mr. Andrey V. Gette, JSC Rusia Petroleum, Irkutsk, Russia

Session3: Natural Gas Market in Northeast Asia

1. Future Trends of the Natural Gas Market in Northeast Asia
Mr. Masana Minami, Asian Pipeline Research Society of Japan, Japan
2. Accelerating to Develop the Gas Market and Improve the Energy Structure in China
Mr. Hequin Liu, Asia Gas & Pipeline Cooperation Research Center of China, China
3. Natural Gas in East Asia -Basic Principles of Econimic Strategy
Dr. Arlon R. Tussing, Dr. John Tichotsky, Institute of the North, Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage, and Cambridge-Alaska Consortium on Energy Resrouce Development in High Latitutde Environments, U.S.A
4. Energy Cooperation in Northeast Asia:Ways, Problems and Effects
Dr. Boris G. Saneev, Mr. Lev A. Platonov, Energy Systems Institute of SB RAS, Russia
Acad. Vladimir P. Larionov, Institute of PHysical and Technical Problems of North of SB RAS, Yakutsk, Russia
5. Lessons Learned from California Energy Crisis
Mr. Samuel A. Van Vactor, Economic Insight, Inc. & University of Cambridge, Scott Polar Research Institute, U.S.A

Session4: Technical Considerations of Natural Gas Pipeline in Northeast Asia

1. Physical and Technical Problems Associated with Projects of the Pipeline Construction in the North-Eastern and Eastern Regions of the Russian Federation
Acad. Vladimir P. Larionov, Institute of Physical and Technical Problems of the Norht, SB RAS, Yakutsk, Russia
2. A Production Planning of a Neighboring Natural Gas Field Considering Pressure at Peak Demand in Domestic Gas Consumption
Dr. Jeongyong ROh, Dr. Hui-June Park, Dr. Joo Myung Kang, Seoul National University, Rep.of Korea
3. Hydrogen Production on the Basis of Renewable Resrouces and its Using as Ecologically Clean Energy Source
Dr. Evgeny P. Velikov, Mr. Vyacheslav P. Kuznetsov, Russian Research Center, Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russia
4. Project of Oil and Gas Mains in North-Asian Region of Russia and Prospect of Their Implementation
Mr. Vladimir I. Khomenko, Mr. Vladimir V. Kurochkin, OAO Stroytransgaz Russia

Session5: Round Table:
Toward the Realization of the Natural Gas Pipeline Network in Northeast Asia : Problems and Tasks of Each Country

-Problems of the Realization of the Natural Gas Pipeline Network in Northeast Asia
-Tasks of Each Country


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