Meeting Energy Demands in Asia: 40th IAEE International Conference

Implications for Energy and Environmental Markets

In 2017, the world's leading energy economists will gather at the annual conference of the International Association of Energy Economics IAEE in Singapore. Around 500 participants will discuss Asian energy issues in their broader global context.


Since energy policies cannot be addressed in isolation from their local and global environmental impacts, many of the conference sessions will address the issues relating to this inter-dependence.

Thus, topics include the role of nuclear energy, developments in LNG markets, energy policy options in a carbon constrained world, emission trading schemes, renewable and alternative sources of energy, and the econometrics of oil and gas markets. More than 500 academics, analysts, policy makers and industry participants from all over the world are expected to attend.

KAS RECAP will sponsor this international conference organized by its long-standing partner ESI and support the participation of young Asian energy economists.

For further information see: IAEE 2017

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