IAEE Conference

Program


The 5th IAEE Asian Conference will include concurrent sessions, plenary sessions, poster sessions, meetings and social events, all taking place over four days from 14 February to 17 February 2016.


Sunday, 14 February 2016

Time Description Venue - UWA Business School
35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
(Access via Hackett Drive, Hackett Entrance 4)
09:00-15:00 IAEE Council Meeting (by invitation only)
UWA CBD Office
Level 2, WA Trustees Building
133 St Georges Terrace, Perth

12:00-13:00 Council member lunch (by invitation only)
To be advised
13:30-16:30 PhD session (for students)
UWA Business School
15:00-16:00 Asian Affiliate Leaders meeting (by invitation only)
UWA Business School Boardroom
18:00-20:00 Delegate Welcome Reception
Perth Mint
310 Hay Street, East Perth
20:00-22:00 Council Dinner (by invitation only) To be advised

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Monday, 15 February 2016


Time Description Venue - UWA Business School
35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
(Access via Hackett Drive, Hackett Entrance 4)
07:00-18:15 Secretariat Open Foyer
07:30–08:30 Student breakfast meeting: Energy careers
UWA Business School Woodside Courtyard
08:30-09:00 Welcome and opening remarks Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
09:00-10:40 Opening Plenary Session 1: Asian Energy Market Developments to 2040 Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
10:40–11:00 Break Foyer
11:00–12:30 Concurrent Sessions 1-11 UWA Business School
12:30–14:00 Stand-up lunch and poster session Foyer
14:00–15:40 Plenary 2: Policies and initiatives to reduce the environmental impact of energy use in Asia-Pacific Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
Plenary 3: Structure of Asian Markets for energy commodities EY Lecture Theatre
15:40–16:10 Break Foyer
16:10–17:40 Concurrent Sessions 12–22 UWA Business School
18:30–21:30 Conference Dinner
Presented by The Honourable Dr Mike Nahan MLA
Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club
Roland Smith Ballroom, 1 Hobbs Place, Peppermint Grove

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Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Time Description Venue - UWA Business School
35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
(Access via Hackett Drive, Hackett Entrance 4)
07:30-18:20
Secretariat Open
Foyer
09:00–10:40 Plenary 4: Disruption in electricity markets
Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
Plenary 5: Financing energy production and infrastructure investments in Asia/Pacific EY Lecture Theatre
10:40–11:00 Break Foyer
11:00–12:30 Concurrent sessions 23-33 Floors 1 and 2
12:45–14:15 Conference Lunch
Presented by Mr Paul Appleby, Head of Energy Economics BP Group
The University Club Banquet Hall, UWA
Access via Hackett Drive, Hackett Entrance 1
14:30–16:10 Plenary 6: The future of nuclear power in Asia
EY Lecture Theatre
Plenary 7: Australia’s role in meeting Asian energy demand growth Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
16:10–16:40 Break Foyer
16:40–18:10 Concurrent sessions 34-44 UWA Business School

Delegates are free to pursue their own dinner arrangements and partake in Perth International Arts Festival events. Festival event details, restaurant list and instructions on bus use will be provided.


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Wednesday, 17 February 2016


Time Description Venue - UWA Business School
35 Stirling Highway, Crawley
(Access via Hackett Drive, Hackett Entrance 4)
07:30-14:00
Secretariat Open
Foyer
07:00–09:00
Breakfast by the Bay (optional extra)
The University Club Banquet Hall, UWA
Access via Hackett Drive, Hackett Entrance 1
09:15–10:55 Plenary 8: Electricity markets: "Best practice" and restructuring in Asia
Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
Plenary 9: Fiscal policies affecting energy markets EY Lecture Theatre
10:55–11:15 Break Foyer
11:15–12:55 Closing Plenary 10: Political dimensions of Asian energy demand Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
12:55-13:00 Closing address Wesfarmers Lecture Theatre
13:30–17:30 Workshop on Floating LNG (optional extra - includes boxed lunch) Tutorial Room 164, UWA Business School

Please refer to Plenary Sessions Topics for detailed descriptions of the plenary sessions topics.


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The IAEE is registered with GARP as an Approved Provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
IAEE has determined that attending the Perth conference qualifies for 21 GARP CPD credit hours.
If you are a Certified FRM or ERP, please record this activity in your Credit Tracker at http://www.garp.org/cpd.


Major Corporate Partners

  • EY
  • UBS
  • Woodside

Supporting Corporate Partners

  • Alinta
  • Atco
  • Broadspectrum
  • City of Perth
  • Hogan Lovells
  • Monadelphous
  • Paladin Energy
  • Perth Energy
  • Shell