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The Second Asian and Pacific Energy Forum

03 to 05 April 2018

The Asian and Pacific Energy Forum has been established as the ministerial level platform on promoting regional cooperation for enhanced energy security and the sustainable use of energy in Asia and the Pacific (Commission resolution 67/2). The first Asian and Pacific Energy Forum was convened at the ministerial level in Vladivostok, Russian Federation in May 2013 to review the progress achieved in addressing energy security challenges at the regional, national and household levels, and to facilitate continuous dialogue among member States with a view to enhancing energy security and working towards sustainable development. At the first Asian and Pacific Energy Forum in 2013, member States addressed the concept of “enhanced energy security” in moving beyond conventional short-term calculations of supply and demand. Enhanced energy security takes a more holistic view of energy security based on a long-term perspective. Main outcomes of APEF 2013 were the Ministerial Declaration and Plan of Action on Regional Cooperation for Enhanced Energy Security and the Sustainable Use of Energy in Asia and the Pacific2014-2018.

The Commission decided, by its Resolution 70/9 ‘Implementation of the outcomes of the first Asian and Pacific Energy Forum’, to convene the second Asian and Pacific Energy Forum at the ministerial level in 2018. In its Resolution 73/8 ‘Strengthening regional cooperation for sustainable energy development in Asia and the Pacific’, the Commission further decided to fully prepare for the 2nd Forum, while ensuring that the preparatory process will take into account the progress made in implementing the APEF outcomes and to consider the theme study issued by the Commission at its seventy-third session as well as inputs from all stakeholders from across the region, including Governments, international bodies, the private sector and civil society.

APEF2 aims to focus on the region’s implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Forum will review the progress achieved in the Asia-Pacific region in addressing energy security challenges, assess the outlook based on scenarios and discuss the policy options for keeping the region on track towards SDG7. The Forum will also assess the interlinkages between SDG7 and other SDGs. The advantages and requirements of connectivity in the context of regional integration as a catalyst for the attainment of SDG7 will also be highlighted as well as its benefits for the Countries with Special Needs.

APEF2 will be held on 3 to 5 April 2018 at the United Nations Conference Center in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Preparatory Meetings

 

Energy Transition Pathways for the 2030 Agenda in Asia and the Pacific: Regional Trends Report on Energy for Sustainable Development 2018

The Asia-Pacific region’s rapid and sustained economic growth, increasing population, and rapid urbanization are driving growth in energy demand.

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Integrating South Asia’s Power Grid for a Sustainable and Low Carbon Future

Since the concept of the SAARC Energy Ring, an interconnected electricity system covering South Asia, was announced in 2004, the limited progress has been made in developing electricity interconnection and trade in South Asian countries. 

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Statistical Perspectives 2018: Sustainable Energy in Asia and the Pacific

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Asia-Pacific Progress in Sustainable Energy: A Global Tracking Framework 2017 Regional Assessment Report

Asia-Pacific Progress in Sustainable Energy report is developed by ESCAP in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank. It offers an evidence-based look at progress at the regional and country levels, providing an overview of long-term trends since 1990, and focuses on progress achieved in the most recent period, 2012–2014. 

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Additional Documents: 

Resolution 73/8: Strengthening regional cooperation for sustainable energy development in Asia and the Pacific

Resolution 70/9: Implementation of the outcomes of the first Asian and Pacific Energy Forum

Resolution 67/2: Promoting regional cooperation for enhanced energy security and the sustainable use of energy

Terms of Reference: Expert Working Groups

Report of Informal Consultation Meeting for the Second Asian and Pacific Energy Forum, 20 February 2018

Participants: 

Members

 

Afghanistan

  • H.E. Ali Ahmad Osmani, Minister, Ministry of Energy and Water
 

Armenia

  • Mr. Tigran Melkonyan, Head of Foreign Relations Department, Ministry of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources
 

Australia

  • Ms. Octavia Borthwick, Permanent Representative of Australia to UNESCAP
  • Mr. Michael Brown, Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP
 

Azerbaijan

  • Mr. Emin Mammadov, Head of Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 

Bangladesh

  • H.E. Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, Advisor to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh on Energy, Power and Mineral Resources
  • H.E. Saida Muna Tasneem, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Bangladesh
  • Mr. Md. Anwar Hossain, Additional Secretary, Economic Relations Division
  • Mr. Mohammad Alauddin, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources
  • Mr. Kabir Ahamed, Economic Counsellor & Alternate Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to ESCAP, Embassy of Bangladesh, Bangkok
  • Mr. Md Lutfar Rahman, General Manager, Bangladesh Oil, Gas and Mineral Resources Corporation (Petrobangla)
  • Mr. Istiaque Ahmed, First Secretary
 

Bhutan

  • Mr. Mewang Gyeltshen, Director, Ministry of Economic Affairs
 

China

  • H.E. Fanrong Li, Vice Administrator, National Energy Administration, People's Republic of China
  • Mr. Fengquan An, Deputy Director General, Department of International Cooperation, National Energy Administration, People's Republic of China
  • Mr. Ning Fan, Deputy Director, National Energy Administration, People's Republic of China
  • Ms. Xi Shu, government official, National Energy Administration, People's Republic of China
  • Mr. Xiaodong Xu, Vice President, Electric Power Planning & Engineering Institute
  • Ms. Shuli Wang, Electric Power Planning & Engineering Institute
  • Ms. Miao Yu, Assistant to the Permanent Representative of People's Republic of China to ESCAP
 

Democratic People's Republic of Korea

  • Mr. Nam Song Ri, Permanent Representative to UNESCAP, Embassy of the DPRK in the Kingdom of Thailand
 

Fiji

  • H.E. Vijay Nath, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Infratructure and Transport
  • H.E. Kolinio Takali, High Commissioner, Fiji High Commission in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Mr. Lui Naisara, Deputy Secretary Transport and Energy, Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport
 

Georgia

  • Mr. Romeo Mikautadze, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development
  • Ms. Margarita Arabidze, Head of Energy Efficiency and Alternative Energy Devision, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development
 

India

  • H.E. Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi, Ambassador of India to Thailand and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India, Bangkok
  • Mr. Abbagani Ramu, Deputy Chief of Mission and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India, Bangkok
  • Ms. Priya Nair, Director, Ministry of External Affairs
  • Ms. Sudhi Choudhary, First Secretary and Alternate Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India, Bangkok
  • Mr. Anil Singh, Attache' and Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India, Bangkok
 

Indonesia

  • Mr. Yudo Dwinanda Priaadi, Expert Staff to the Minister for Strategic Planning, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
  • Mr. Fanshurullah Asa, Head of BPH Migas, Downstream Regulatory Body - Oil and Gas
  • Mr. Muhammad Ibnu Fajar, Member of the Committee of BPH Migas, Downstream Regulatory Body - Oil and Gas
  • Mr. Hari Pratoyo, Member of the Committee of BPH Migas, Downstream Regulatory Body - Oil and Gas
  • Mr. Muhamad Ibnu Fajar, Committee member of the Downstream Regulatory Agency for Oil and Gas (BPH Migas), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
  • Mr. Yanuar Ardhitya Pribadi, Second Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 

Japan

  • Mr. Hitoshi Kozaki, First Secretary and Deputy Permanent Representative of Japan to ESCAP, Embassy of Japan in Thailand
  • Mr. Yoshinori Suga, First Secretary and Alternate Permanent Representative of Japan to ESCAP, Embassy of Japan in Thailand
 

Kazakhstan

  • Mr. Ruslan Karabulov, Director of Department, Department of International Cooperation and Economic Integration Processes
 

Kiribati

  • Hon. Ruateki Tekaiara, Minister of Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy
  • Mr. Aukitino Tokintekai, Acting Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy
  • Ms. Miriam Tikana, Energy Economist, Ministry of Infrastructure & Sustainable Energy
 

Lao People's Democratic Republic

  • H.E. Sinava Souphanouvong, Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines, Ministry of Energy and Mines
  • Mr. Khamso Kouphokham, Acting Director General of the Law Department, Ministry of Energy and Mines
  • Mr. Khampaseuth Theppangna, Deputy Managing Director of Electricite' du Laos, Ministry of Energy and Mines
  • Mr. Akhomdeth Vongxay, Head of Project Development Division, Department of Energy Business, Ministry of Energy and Mines
  • Mr. Siriphonh Phyathep, First Secretary and Assistant to the Permanent Representative to UNESCAP, Embassy of the Lao PDR in Bangkok
  • Ms. Vimala Bulyaphol, Technical Officer of the Planning and Cooperation Department, Ministry of Energy and Mines
  • Ms. Vichinda Visiennalath, Technical Officer of the Planning and Cooperation Department, Ministry of Energy and Mines
  • Mr. Thongphet Douangngeun, 
 

Mongolia

  • H.E. Tserenpil Davaasuren, Minister, Ministry of Energy
  • H.E. Tumurkhuleg Tugsbilguun, Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Embassy of Mongolia
  • Mr. Batmunkh Yeren-Ulzii, Head of Investment and Production Division, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Bayandelger Delgerel, Officer, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Enkhbold Anuu, Third secretary, Embassy of Mongolia
 

Myanmar

  • H.E. Win Khaing, Minister, Ministry of Electricity and Energy
  • Ms. Mi Mi Khaing, Director General, Department of Electric Power Planning
  • Mr. Myo Myint Oo, Managing Director, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Nyan Tun, Director (Exploration/Development), Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise
  • Mr. Myint Ohn, Chief Geophysicist, Ministry of Electricity and Energy
 

Nepal

  • H.E. Barshaman Pun, Minister of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation.
  • H.E. Mr. Khaga Nath , Adhikari, Ambassador of Nepal to Thailand and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Nepal
  • Mr. Pravin Raj Aryal, Joint-Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation
  • Mr. Janga Bahadur Gurung, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Nepal
 

Pakistan

  • H.E. Awais Ahmad Leghari, Federal Minister for Energy (Power Division), Ministry of Energy (Power Division)
  • H.E. Asim Iftikhar Ahmad, Ambassador of Pakistan to Thailand and Permanent Representative of Pakistan to ESCAP
  • Mr. Syed Faraz Hussain Zaidi, Counsellor and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Mr. Sohail Durrani, Director, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Mr. Kamran Dangal, Second Secretary and Alternate Permanent Representative of Pakistan to ESCAP
 

Papua New Guinea

  • Mr. Philemon Senginawa, First Secretary, Papua New Guinea High Commission to Malaysia
 

Philippines

  • Mr. Juan Carlos C. Borrommed, Alternate Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Philippines
  • Ms. Michelle espiritu, Attache' and Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP
 

Republic of Korea

  • H.E. Kang-hyeon Yun, Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Mr. Seokhong Shin, Director of International Energy Security Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ms. Ji-hyun Park, Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Republic of Korea
  • Mr. Soyc Chang, Counselor, Embassy of Republic of Korea
  • Ms. Soeun Hwang, Researcher, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ms. Jung Hyun Ryu, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 

Russian Federation

  • H.E. Kirill Molodtsov, Deputy Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy
  • H.E. Kirill Barsky, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Mr. Oleg Shamanov, Minister-Counsellor, Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Mr. Talyat Aliev, Deputy Head of the Department of International Cooperation, Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation
  • Mr. Arsen Bogatyrev, Second Secretary, Department of International Organization, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Mr. Dmitry Kulikov, Third Secretary, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Ms. Irina Burova, Attache, Assistant Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to UN ESCAP, Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Kingdom of Thailand
 

Sri Lanka

  • H.E. Kshenuka Senewiratne, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Ms. Mahesha Jayawardana, Second Secretary
 

Thailand

  • H.E. Siri Jirapongphan, Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Thammayot Srichuai, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Twarath Sutabutr, Director General, Energy Policy and Planning Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Dararat Ritboonyakorn, Director of International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Poonpat Leesombatpiboon, Policy and Plan Analyst (Senior Professional Level) of International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Yongyooth Horthong, Policy and Plan Analyst (Professional Level) of International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Nuchanat Pakpleenok, Policy and Plan Analyst (Professional Level) of International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Thicha Jaroenreunglert, Policy and Plan Analyst (Operational Level) of International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Chalermkwan Uparawat, Analyst of International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Thitiphorn Phongphanit, Foreign Relations Officer, International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Weerawat Chantanakome, Foreign Affairs Specialyst, International Energy Cooperation Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Wipaporn Vanriya, Minister's Staff, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Teerachai Pongtinnabutr, Minister's Staff, Ministry of Energy
  • Ms. Kanwana Hemkamon, Counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ms. Varintorn Thanvichien, Third Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Mr. Uthai Mungseemuengdee, Policy and Plan Analyst; Senior Level, Energy Policy and Planning Office
  • Ms. Sujit Khemmee, Policy and Panning Analyst, Energy Policy and Planning Office
 

Timor-Leste

  • H.E. Joaquim Amaral, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Ms. Elisa Maria da Silva, Counselor and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Timor-leste
  • Mr. Antonio Freitas, Attache Cooperation and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Timor-leste
 

Turkey

  • H.E. Everen Dagdelen Akgun, Ambassador of Turkey to Thailand and Permanent Representative to ESCAP
  • Mr. Tolga Uncu, Deputy Chief of Mission and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP
 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  • Mr. Colin Sykes, Counsellor: Economic and Prosperity and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Mr. Thomas Payne, Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP
 

United States of America

  • Ms. Courtney Nemroff, Economic Counselor and Permanent Representative of ESCAP, United States Embassy to the Government of Thailand
  • Mr. Erik Anderson, Second Secretary and Alternate Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, United States Embassy to the Government of Thailand
  • Mr. Michael Disner, Second Secretary and Vice Consul, U.S. Embassy Bangkok
  • Ms. Penny Chen, Second Secretary and Alternate Deputy Permanent Representative, United States Embassy to the Government of Thailand
  • Mr. John Kay, Political Officer, U.S. Department of State
 

Uzbekistan

  • Mr. Umid Yuldashev, First Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 

Viet Nam

  • Mr. LeVan Luc, Deputy Director General, Electricity and Renewable Energy Authority of the Ministry of Industry and Trade
  • Ms. Nguyen Phuong Mai, Senior Official, Electricity and Renewable Energy Authority of the Ministry of Industry and Trade

Intergovernmental Organizations

ASEAN Centre for Energy

  • Mr. Sanjayan Velautham, Executive Director
  • Mr. Beni Suryadi, Manager, Policy Research and Analytics

Asian Development Bank

  • Mr. Pil-Bae Song, Senior Advisor, Energy Sector Group

Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programme in East and Southeast Asia

  • Mr. Adichat Surinkum, Director, Coordinating Committee for Geoscience Programmes in East and Southeast Asia

Eurasian Development Bank

  • Mr. Yaroslav Lissovolik, Chief economist, Board member

International Renewable Energy Agency

  • Mr. Prasoon Agarwal, Regional Programme Officer - Asia

International Solar Alliance

  • Mr. Upendra Tripathy, Interim Director General

Islamic Development Bank

  • Mr. Mohammed Alsayed Ahmad, Manager, Economic Infrastructure Division

Regional Environment Centre for Central Asia

  • Mr. Iskandar Abdullaev, Executve Director, Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia

South Asia Co-Operative Environment Programme

  • Mr. Muhammad Khurshid, Director General
  • Mr. Weddikkara Kankanamge Rathnadeera, Senior Programme Officer

Non-Governmental Organizations

Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization

  • Mr. Yuanbing Zhou, Acting Deputy Director-General, Economic & Technology Research Institute
  • Mr. Wei Cong, Deputy Director-general, Southeast Asia office
  • Mr. Han Jiang, Manager
  • Ms. Xiaoxia Wei, manager, planning division development bureau

United Nations Agencies and Bodies

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

  • Mr. Beau Damen, Natural Resources Officer

International Atomic Energy Agency

  • Mr. Mikhail Chudakov, Deputy Director General, Department of Nuclear Energy

International Labour Organization

  • Ms. Cristina Martinez, Senior Specialist, Environment and Decent Work, International Labour Organization

UN Environment Programme

  • Mr. Sudhir Sharma, Programme Management officer, CCM

United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification

  • Mr. Youlin Yang, Regional Coordinator, Asia-Pacific RCU
  • Mr. Kwangho Baek, Programme Officer

United Nations Development Programme

  • Ms. Milou Beerepoot, Regional Technical Specialist, UNDP Global Environment Finance - Bureau for Policy and Programme Support

United Nations Industrial Development Organization

  • Mr. Stein Hansen, Regional Director and Representative, Regional Office in Bangkok, Thailand
  • Ms. Jutamanee Martchamadol, National Project Coordinator, United Nations Industrial Development Organization

World Health Organization 

  • Mr. Khalilur Rahman, Senior Public Health Policy Advisor

Other Entities

China Electricity Council

  • Mr. Rui Jiang, Deputy Director, Department of Industrial Planning, Environment and Resources
  • Mr. Xiaomeng Lei, Senior Advisor
  • Mr. Dongye Liu, 
  • Mr. Weichun Shen, Deputy Secretary General

China General Nuclear Power Corporation

  • Mr. Liu Yunli, Chief Representative in Thailand, CGN, China General Nuclear Power Corporation

Climatech International 

  • Mr. Md Anisuzzaman, Director

Jadavpur University

  • Ms. Joyashree Roy, Professor of Economics,Jadavpur University, India

McKinsey and Company

  • Mr. Edward Lock, Partner
  • Mr. Antonio Della Pelle, Director of Client Development
  • Mr. Giovanni Bruni, VP Asia, Energy Insights

ME SOLshare Ltd.

  • Mr. Daniel Ciganovic, Business Development Director

List of Special guests

  • Mr. Twarath Sutabutr, Director General, Energy Policy and Planning Office, Ministry of Energy
  • Mr. Sun Xian Sheng, Secretary-General, International Energy Forum
  • Ms. Joyashree Roy, Distinquished Bangabandhu Chair, Asian Institute of Technology and Professor of Economics,Jadavpur University, India
  • Mr. Edward Lock, Partner, McKinsey and Company
 

 

Report of the Second Asian and Pacific Energy Forum 

ESCAP/APEF/2018/3

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Ministerial Declaration of the Second Asian and Pacific Energy Forum 

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1. Opening of the senior officials segment

Annotated provisional agenda 

ESCAP/APEF/2018/L.1

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Corrigendum

E/ESCAP/APEF(2)/L.1/Corr.1

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2. Review of the draft ministerial declaration on regional cooperation for energy transition towards sustainable and resilient societies in Asia and the Pacific 

Report of the Regional Preparatory Meeting for the Second Asian and Pacific Energy Forum

ESCAP/APEF/2018/INF/1

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Corrigendum

ESCAP/APEF(2)/INF/1/Corr.1

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Review of the implementation of the Plan of Action on Regional Cooperation for Enhanced Energy Security and the Sustainable Use of Energy in Asia and the Pacific, 2014–2018 

ESCAP/APEF/2018/1

[中文] [English] [Français] [русский]

Corrigendum

ESCAP/APEF/2018/1/Corr.1

[English] [русский]

Energy transition in Asia and the Pacific: pathways to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

ESCAP/APEF/2018/2

[中文] [English] [Français] [русский]

Corrigendum

ESCAP/APEF/2018/2/Corr.1

[English] [русский]

Draft ministerial declaration on regional cooperation for energy transition towards sustainable and resilient societies in Asia and the Pacific 

ESCAP/APEF/2018/L.3

[中文] [English] [Français] [русский]

 

4. Opening of the ministerial segment 

Annotated provisional agenda

ESCAP/APEF/2018/L.1

[中文] [English] [Français] [русский]

Corrigendum

E/ESCAP/APEF(2)/L.1/Corr.1

[中文] [English] [Français] [русский]

 

5. Policy perspectives on the role of regional cooperation for energy transition towards sustainable and resilient societies in Asia and the Pacific 

Review of the implementation of the Plan of Action on Regional Cooperation for Enhanced Energy Security and the Sustainable Use of Energy in Asia and the Pacific, 2014–2018 

ESCAP/APEF/2018/1

[中文] [English] [Français] [русский]

Corrigendum

ESCAP/APEF/2018/1

[English] [русский]

Energy transition in Asia and the Pacific: pathways to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

ESCAP/APEF/2018/2

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Corrigendum

[English] [русский]

 

7. Adoption of the ministerial declaration on regional cooperation for energy transition towards sustainable and resilient societies in Asia and the Pacific and the report of the Forum 

Draft ministerial declaration on regional cooperation for energy transition towards sustainable and resilient societies in Asia and the Pacific 

ESCAP/APEF/2018/L.3/Rev.3

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Draft report

ESCAP/APEF/2018/L.2

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Myanmar

By H.E. Win Khaing, Union Minister for Electricity and Energy of Myanmar

Myanmar Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Bangladesh

By H.E. Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury, Honorable Adviser to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources 

Bangladesh Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Pakistan 

By H.E. Awais Ahmad Leghari, Federal Minister for Energy (Power Division)

Pakistan Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Kiribati 

By Hon. Ruateki Tekaiara, Minister for Infrastructure & Sustainable Energy

Kiribati Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Mongolia

By H.E. Davaasuren Tserenpil, Minister of Energy

Mongolia Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Afghanistan 

By H.E. Ali Ahmed Osmani, Minister of Energy and Water, Afghanistan

Afghanistan Statements APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Republic of Korea

By H.E. Kang-hyun Yoon, Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Republic of Korea Statements APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

China

By H.E. Fanrong LI, Deputy Administrator, National Energy Administration

China Statement APEF2 4 April 2018_0.pdf

Russian Federation

By H.E. Kirill Molodtsov, Deputy Minister of Energy

Russian Federation Statement APEF2 4 April 2018_0.PDF

Nepal

By H.E. Barshaman Pun, Minister of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation

Nepal Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Georgia

By Mr. Romeo Mikautadze, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development

Georgia Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Lao PDR

By H.E. Mr. Sinava Souphanouvong, Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines

Lao PDR Statements 4 April 2018.pdf

Fiji

By H.E. Vijay Nath, Assistant Minister

Fiji Statement 4 April 2018.pdf

Australia 

Ms. Octavia Borthwick, Minister and Deputy Head of Mission and Permanent Representative of Australia to UNESCAP

Australia Statement 4 April 2018.pdf

Armenia

By Mr. Tigran Melkonyan, Head of Foreign Relations Department, Ministry of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources

Armenia Statement 4 April 2018.pdf

Vietnam

By Mr. LeVan Luc, Deputy Director General, Electricity and Renewable Energy Author-ity of the Ministry of Industry and Trade

Vietnam Statement 4 April 2018.pdf

Indonesia

By Mr. Yudo Dwinanda Priaadi, Special Staff for Strategic Planning , Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources

Indonesia Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.PDF

Bhutan

By Mr. Mewang Gyeltshen, Director of Department of Renewable Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs

Bhutan Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.PDF

India

By Ms. Priya Nair, Director, Ministry of External Affairs

India Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

By Mr. Mikhail Chudakov, Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy

IAEA Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Islamic Development Bank

By Mr. Mohammed Alsayed, Manager Global Practice Economic Infrastructure 

Islamic Development Bank Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Asian Development Bank

By Mr. Pil-Bae Song, Senior Advisor, Energy Sector Group

ADB Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

By Mr. Prasoon Agarwal, Regional Programme Officer - Asia

IRENA Statement APEF2 4 April 2018_0.pdf

Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO)

By Mr. Zhou Yuanbing, Acting Director-General

GEIDCO Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

ASEAN Centre for Energy 

By Mr. Sanjayan Velautham, Executive Director

ACE Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

International Solar Alliance (ISA)

By Mr. Upendra Tripathy, Interim Director General

ISA Statment APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Eurasian Development Bank

By Mr. Yaroslav Lissovolik, Managing Director of Research - Chief economist

EDB Statement APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

Azerbaijan

By Mr. Emin Mammadov, Head of Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Azerbaijan Statements APEF2 4 April 2018.pdf

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