2016-04-08 Energy Security in Asia
CRIENGLISH.com Web Editor: Ding Heng
With Asia comprising not only two of the world's biggest economies in China and Japan, but also several emerging nations, the continent's demand for energy is constantly increasing.
This issue has been a hot topic at the recently concluded Bo'ao Forum for Asia, where experts and business leaders discussed how to improve Asia's energy supply.
Ni Hao, you are listening to People In the Know, presenting you with insights into the headlines in China and around the world. I'm Jingnan in Beijing.
At the Bo'ao Forum, our reporter Liu Kun spoke with Kent Calder, Director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Mr Calder is a leading expert on energy security in Asia, and offered his analysis of energy consumption in China, Japan and other Asian countries. He also gave his predictions for the development of clean energy in Asia, and much more.
You are listening to People in the Know with me Jingnan. Today we are talking about energy usage and efficiency in Asia. For more, my colleague Liu Kun spoke with Benedikt Sobotka, CEO of Eurasia Resources Group, a company specializing in energy and natural resources production and trade.