[Background]  [Papers]  [Participants]  [Agenda]

Organized by the Nautilus Institute
September 21st-22nd, Beijing, China

Analysis of Present Status and Future Supply/Demand Prospects for the DPRK Power System
YOON Jae-young, Korea Electrotechnical Research Institute

The DPRK’s Energy, Energy-related, and Minerals Imports from and Exports to China
Nathaniel ADEN, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, China Energy Group

The DPRK Energy Sector: Demand and Supply Overview, and Key Areas for Assistance
David VON HIPPEL, Nautilus Institute

Update on Estimate of Mineral Resources in the DPR Korea
CHOI Kyungsoo, North Korea Resource Institute

DPRK Energy Sector Assistance Options and Sequencing Considerations for the International Community

David VON HIPPEL and Peter HAYES, Nautilus Institute

The Global Minerals Sector: Production Trends, Markets, and Lessons for the Future
Peter DEMURA, (formerly of Price-Waterhouse Cooper)

Key Issues and Best Practices for Minerals Sector Development: Overarching Themes
Arabella IMHOFF, Nautilus Institute

Key Issues and Best Practices for Minerals Sector Development: ROK Case Study
Ji-hyun LEE, Nautilus Institute

Minerals, Economic Development, and Local Communities: Key Approaches and Case Studies from Asia
Allen CLARK, East-West Institute

A Case Study on Mineral Development in the Russian Far East: Best Practices for Sustainable Development
Natalia LOMAKINA, Economic Research Institute, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences

The Mongolian Minerals Sector, Future Plans, and Regional Cooperation
ODONCHIMEG Lundaa, International Cooperation Division, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy of Mongolia

Development of Environmental Policy for PRC Investment in Mineral Sectors Abroad
REN Peng, Global Environmental Institute

Key Issues and Best Practices for Sustainable Minerals Sector Development in China
HU Yuhong, Deputy Director General, National Center for International Cooperation of State Administration of Work Safety

Experience and Goals of the ROK in Regional Mineral Sector Development Cooperation

CHUNG Woo-jin and PARK Jimin, KEEI