Thursday,10 December 2020
The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations
Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, IHS Markit
Dr. Yergin, vice-chairman of IHS Markit and Pulitzer Prize-winning author and global energy expert, offers an account of how energy revolutions, climate battles, and geopolitics are mapping our future in his new book, "The New Map". Hear Dan's thoughts and those of other industry leaders in their keynote speeches.
Searching for Common Ground Amid Diverse Geopolitical Interests
As the interests of world powers diverge and frictions build up among them, is there anything they can still agree on and work together for their common good? Which are the areas where they can work together on and what are the implications for the energy sector?
Energy Markets in a Dynamic World
The world is changing constantly. New technologies have emerged that are revolutionizing industries. Unforeseen events like the COVID-19 pandemic have occurred, causing tremendous disruptions to daily life, the economy, and energy markets. How can energy markets navigate through and adapt to such changes? Several industry experts will offer their ideas on this timely and important topic.
Outlook of the Chinese Energy Industry in the Next Five Years
Our distinguished speakers will discuss the implications of the upcoming 14th Five-Year Plan, which is the economic blueprint for mainland China for the next five years, for the development of the energy industry and offer their views on its outlook.
Sustainability and Environmentally Friendly Infrastructure Development
Given society's concern about the impact of human activities on the environment, sustainability is one of the key trends in the 2020s. Minimizing the impact on the environment should be the goal of new infrastructure development going forward. Our renowned speakers will present their opinions on this important issue.
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