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The fracking revolution that began a decade ago has drastically altered the geography and economics of global energy supplies. This revolution has led to a renaissance in oil and gas/LNG investment that few could have foreseen. The COVID-19 crisis has presented another severe—and unpredictable—disruption that has led to an unprecedented drop in the global oil and gas/LNG market. A drop this precipitous and sudden is unprecedented in the history of the energy industry worldwide. Join Japan-America Society of Washington DC for a moderated discussion with American and Japanese experts on energy business and governance.
Free for JASWDC Members, $10 for non-members
Made possible by generous support from the Keizai Koho Center and the National Association of Japan America Societies.
Ryan Shaffer (Moderator), Japan-America Society of Washington DC
Hiroyuki “Bob” Takai, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas
Nobuo Tanaka, Sasakawa Peace Foundation (former IEA Chief)
Samantha Gross, Brookings Institution
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