Energy Sectors of Southeast Asia: Growth and Opportunities in Indonesia
Please join the US-Asia Institute as we continue our "Southeast Asia In Focus" initiative on Wednesday, December 2 at 9:00 AM EST. This series addresses key issues of interest and opportunities for growth in the US relationship with Southeast Asian nations.
In the second session titled, "Energy Sectors of Southeast Asia: Growth and Opportunities in Indonesia," two policy experts on Southeast Asia’s energy sector and members of the international business community will analyze current and upcoming energy initiatives in Southeast Asia, mechanisms through which nations in Southeast Asia — particularly Indonesia — are cooperating within the energy sector, and the impact of energy initiatives on Southeast Asian economies. The webinar will also examine how the U.S. can work with the region and its specific nations to help them reach their domestic energy goals while also ensuring energy security and independence within their own borders.
Speakers: Tanri Abeng, Former Chairman and President Commissioner, Pertamina (Indonesia's largest state-owned energy company); and
U.S. Energy Sector Business Representative, TBD
Moderated by: Kim Yaeger, Senior Director, Maritime Southeast Asia, ICT, US-ASEAN Business Council