꽭뀡젙蹂
Date .(Thu.)
Place
뿰궗젙蹂
[Speaker]
Energy Choke Point: Global Maritime Energy Security Pinnacle
AHN Se-Hyun
Center for Energy Security Strategic Studies, Korea
Director
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Se Hyun Ahn is Director of Center for Energy Security Strategic Studies (CESSS) at University of Seoul and Professor of the Department of International Relations in the University of Seoul. He is the former member of policy advisory committee for the ROK Ministry of Unification & and also advises ROK Foreign Ministry and ROK Ministry of Finance and Strategy. He is also the member of Council for Security Council for Asia Pacific (CSCAP)-Korea and Pugwash Conferences as well as the National Unification Advisory Council.

He spent his numerous years in researching, teaching and studying in the US, China, Russia, UK and Eurasia. Prior to coming to Korea, he was the visiting research fellow at the Asia Research Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and also was an Assistant Professor at the Department of Government and International Relations in the Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College in China.

Dr. Ahn received his Ph. D from the International Relations department in the London School of Economics and Political Science. He also holds an M.A. from the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University and B.A. from Cornell College. He was also trained at the National Mineral Resources University in Russia.

His areas of particular interests include energy security and energy diplomacy, and East Asian relations and regional economic security issues in Northeast Asia and Eurasia.
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[Speaker]
China셲 Maritime Energy Tranport: Security Risks and Response
ZHAO Qinghai
China Institute of International Studies(CIIS)
Director
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Zhao Qinghai is currently Director of Center for Maritime Security and Coorperation, CIIS. He joined CIIS in 1996 after graduation from JilinUniversity with a master셲 degree in history. From 1999 to 2003, he served as Second Secretary in Chinese Embassy in Cyprus.
He was Deputy Director of the Department of Global Strategy from 2004 to 2005 and Director of the Department for Information and Contingencies Studies from 2005 to 2009. From April 2009 to April 2011, he served in Chinese Embassy in New Zealand as Director of the Political Section.
His research focuses on maritime security, major-power relations and China셲 neighboring diplomacy. Born in 1970 in China.
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[Speaker]
쏛sian Premium or 쏯orth Atlantic Discount: Does Diversification Always Impose Costs?
Nader ALKATHIRI
The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center(KAPSARC), Saudi
Oil Analyst
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Nader AlKathiri is currently a Research Associate at King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC).
His current work focuses on understanding inter-regional price differentials of crude oil through spatial modeling. He recently co-developed the KAPSARC Global Oil Trade Model (GOTM), a spatial simulation model of the crude oil market to analyze the impact of regional allocation of crude oil on inter-regional price differentials.
Mr. AlKathiri holds a BSc in Operations Research from King Saud University, and an MS degree in Applied Mathematics and Computational Science from KAUST.
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[Speaker]
Trends in global energy trade
Michael JONES
Wood Mackenzie in Singapore
Wood Mackenzie
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Michael Jones is Senior Analyst in Wood Mackenzie's Primary Fuel Fundamentals group in Singapore, focused on shaping the company's forward-looking views on Asia셲 fuel mix. His primary focus is on understanding the impact of changing policy on energy supply and demand, trade, and corporate dynamics. Previously, Michael was a consultant at a boutique shipping advisory firm in Singapore, where he headed the company's oil tanker market practice. He also spent some time at PFC Energy, focusing on corporate strategy in Asian gas and power markets. From 2005 to 2008, he managed the energy program at The National Bureau of Asian Research, where he worked with government agencies and U.S. Congressional members on key energy issues affecting US-Asia relations. Michael holds a BA from University of Washington and an MA from The Fletcher School at Tufts University. He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and currently learning Cantonese.
[Chair]

PAK Yong-Duk
Korea Energy Economics Institute(KEEI)
Managing Director
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Dr. Yongduk PAK has been involved in the international cooperation activities since his participation in Northeast Asia energy cooperation activities in 2004. Currently he is a Managing Director of International Energy Cooperation Group in Korea Energy Economics Institute.
His main fields are the multilateranl energy cooperation activities for IEA, ECNEA, WEC and the Korea-China Energy Cooperation.
Dr. Pak is a graduate of Yonsei Univeristy in Korea as B.A. and holds PhD degree in economics from Emory University in the United States
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