USA-China Energy and Trade: A Public Discussion with Chinese Officials

Event Date: 
Thursday, October 17, 2013 -
11:00am to 12:30pm
Campus Location: 
Room Number: 
1111

Featuring:

  • H. E. Ambassador Zhou Wenzhong, Secretary General, Boao Forum for Asia
  • Mr. Jin Liqun, Chairman, China International Capital Corporation Limited
  • Mr. Zhou Dadi, Vice Chairman, State Energy Expert Committee
  • Ms. Xu Erwen, Consul General, Chinese Consulate General, Houston
  • Mr. Zhang Ping, Vice President, Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs (CPIFA)
  • And Others

After brief remarks by the Chinese delegation, the forum will be open to the public. We encourage general questions and exchange of views with the Chinese delegation on promoting energy and trade issues between the world’s first and second largest economies.

Louisiana is a major port of US energy trades, and almost all the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) export facilities currently approved or being processed by the US Dept. of Energy are located at the Gulf Coast. The Henry Hub near New Orleans will serve as the world LNG bench mark price point. Energy supply is essential for continued economic development of the USA and China, but reducing the environmental impacts of energy use are critical to global sustainability.

Please email Shelley Meaux smeaux@tulane.edu with any questions about this event.

We look forward to seeing you at the forum!

This Forum is sponsored by the

This is part of an on-going effort by Tulane University, on behalf of the local community, to reach out to China.
We appreciate the support of the US Department of Energy over the past 16 years of the US/China Energy and Environmental
Technology Center (EETC) in the Payson Center
. The EETC is responsible for organizing this event. Since 2008, Tulane, under CBR, has also been home to the US/China EcoPatnership on wetlands with the East China Normal University in Shanghai.

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