Since the launch of the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative in 2015, Mainland China has announced its intention to invest in major infrastructure projects to promote trade and co-operation with its trading partners along OBOR. This presentation examines the current level of trading and key projects underway along OBOR so as to provide insights to understand its strategic intent. In particular, a network model is constructed to analyze the impact to China current and future demand for energy under various conditions especially during prolonged periods of supply uncertainties. Since these key projects are closely connected to the current and proven oil and natural gas reserves locations, the findings propound the OBOR initiative is more than trade and a key motivation is to enhance China’s energy supply resilience amongst other imperatives.
- 主講人：Prof. Loon Ching Tang
Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering,
Director, Temasek Defence Systems Institute
National University of Singapore
- 題 目：Energy Resilience: the Strategic Intent of One-Belt-One-Road
- 時 間：民國107年12月17日 (星期一) 上午11：30
- 地 點：國立政治大學逸仙樓050101教室