Chinese Response to Multilateral Cooperation for its Energy Security

Jeudi 21 mars 2013

Energy Breakfasts

What is the position of China on multilateral cooperation for its energy security? It seems to move from a regional response to a global response. For the second cycle of its Energy Breakfasts, Asia Centre is glad to invite you to a meeting with Xu Xiaojie (Chair Fellow at the Institute of World Economics and Politics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences).

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Xu Xiaojie

Xu Xiaojie is Chair Fellow at the Institute of World Economics and Politics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, where he has been formerly participating in the World Energy Research Project since April 2009, which he is in charge of now. He has worked for China the National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) from 1983 through 2009, where he served as the first Director of Institute of Overseas Investment Climate Research, CNPC (2000-2009). He also had been advising State Energy Bureau on “go-abroad policy”, to coordinate CNPC, CNOOC and some other state owned energy companies while doing business abroad.

He is the author of The Petro-Dragon’s Rise, what it means for China and the world (European Press, in English, 2002) and Energy Black Swan: Global Games for Hydrocarbon Resources and Chinese Options (in Chinese, 2011) along with numerous writing and speeches on investment, corporate strategy and governance in both Chinese and English. He graduated from Zhejiang University in 1983.

The debate will be introduced and chaired by Jean-François Di Meglio (President of Asia Centre). The participation in that event is exclusively reserved to those who have been invited or who have subscribed to the Energy Club.

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