A Rising China’s Impact on Global Energy, and the Implications for the U.S.

March 5, 2018 - 12:00 pm

55 Water St, Times Square Room (36th Floor)
New York, New York

China's seemingly insatiable thirst for oil—combined with stagnating production at home—has driven China into the position of the world's largest oil importer.  As China diversifies its sources of oil and other energy resources, it is profoundly reshaping the global energy landscape, with significant implications for US energy security.  How will China's increasingly large and sophisticated interests in the global oil and gas industry transform the energy market?  As China increases its commercial ties with the United States’ traditional oil partners, including in Latin America, how will this affect US energy security?

Please join the Atlantic Council, in partnership with HSBC and in collaboration with S&P Global Platts, as we convene leading global energy experts on Monday, March 5, from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. EST to share insights on these new trends in global energy and their implications.  The Atlantic Council will also release its latest report titled China, Oil, and Latin America: Myths vs Reality.

 
Location: S&P Global Platts
55 Water St, New York, NY 10041
Room: Times Square (36th Floor)

Please bring your ID

Lunch will be provided




Agenda

Keynote Remarks by

The Hon. Carlos Gutierrez
Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
Chair

Albright Stonebridge Group
 
Introductory Remarks by

Andres Rojo
Vice Chairman - LAM Advisory
HSBC Global Banking and Markets
 
Jason Marczak
Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center
Atlantic Council

Panelists

Patricia I. Vasquez
Independent Specialist and Research Associate,
Center on Conflict, Development, and Peacebuilding

Graduate Institute of Geneva

Amy Myers Jaffe
David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment and Director of the Program on Energy Security and Climate Change
Council on Foreign Relations
 
Dr. Mark Schwartz
Managing Director, Scenario Planning
S&P Global Platts

Moderated by

Alison Sider
Reporter
The Wall Street Journal


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