Wed, Jun. 30, 2004
9 am - 11 pm
(GMT-05:00) America/Chicago

Participants discussed the international context of China's energy relations and the survey on energy and environmental awareness and ties to energy and environmental institutional reforms in China.

This event was co-sponsored by the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University and the UFJ Research Institute of Japan.


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Event Agenda and Presentations

Morning Session: The International Context of China"s Energy Relations

PDF icon"China"s Energy Policies and International Energy Relations"
Kang Wu, China Energy Expert & Head of the China Energy projects, East-West Center

PDF icon"Cooperation Among Asian Countries and the U.S. in Trading with the Middle East (The Asian Premium Issue)"
Amy Myers Jaffe, Wallace S. Wilson Fellow in Energy Studies, Baker Institute Energy Forum, Rice University 

PDF icon Kensuke Kanekiyo's remarks: "Energy Cooperation and Technology Exchange Among Northeast Asian Countries"
Kensuke Kanekiyo, Managing Director, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

Afternoon Session: The Survey on Energy and Environmental Awareness and Ties to Energy and Environmental Institutional Reforms in China

PDF icon"Chinese Residents" Perception of Environment & Energy"
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"Summary: Chinese Residents' Perception of Environment & Energy"
Victor Yue Yuan, President and CEO, Horizon Survey Research, Beijing

PDF icon"China"s Energy Security and Relations with Periphery Countries"
Suisheng Zhao, Associate Professor at Graduate School of International Studies and Executive Director of the Center for China-US Cooperation, University of Denver

PDF icon"Urban Chinese Perception of Foreign Threats"
Jie Chen, Professor and Acting Chair of Political Science and Director of the Institute of International Studies, Old Dominion University

PDF icon"China"s Local Governments, State-Owned Industry and Environmental Policy and Regulation Implementation"
Hongyan He Oliver, Program on Environmental Planning and Management of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University

PDF icon"Decentralization and Deregulation in China"s Oil and Gas Industry"
Steven W. Lewis, Research Fellow, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, and Senior Lecturer and Director of Asian Studies, Rice University



Wed, Jun. 30, 2004
9 am - 11 pm
(GMT-05:00) America/Chicago