By Yoriko Kawaguchi, Nicholas Smith, Nobuo Tanaka and Kunihiko Shimada.

< Session Title >
G1 Global Conference 2013
Breakout Panel Session I <B >
Energy Security after Fukushima

< Date > September 16, 2013
< Venue > GLOBIS University, Tokyo Campus
< Duration > 1:19:50

< Session description >
Japan has not yet adopted a new national energy policy after the 3/11 disaster that caused the Fukushima nuclear accidents. While there is no “easy fix” to the question of sustainable energy supply, what should constitute short and long-term strategies for a resource-poor country? How can Japan achieve its energy security in the face of changing global supply demand balance? A former foreign minister and a former executive director of the IEA are among the panelists to discuss these topics.

Yoriko Kawaguchi
Visiting Professor, Meiji Institute for Global Affairs

Nicholas Smith
Strategist, CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets

Nobuo Tanaka
Global Associate for Energy Security and Sustainability,
Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

Kunihiko Shimada
Special Advisor to the Minister of Environment Japan
CEO, KS International Strategies, Inc.

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