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6th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable

Doha, Qatar

The 6th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable (AMER6) took place in Doha, Qatar from 8-10 November 2015. 

The Government of Qatar hosted this prestigious biennial event, which is a key feature of the global energy dialogue promoted under the neutral banner of the International Energy Forum. The Ministerial was co-Hosted by Thailand.

In previous AMER events, IEF Ministers have recognised their interdependence and placed an emphasis on the need for trust and dialogue in building and sustaining partnerships. Cooperation, knowledge-sharing, data transparency and investment all featured prominently in discussions at AMER6, which culminated in the endorsement of a proposal by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to establish an Asian Energy Efficiency Knowledge Sharing Framework under the IEF. 

The full agenda for the Ministerial is available for download below along with many of the AMER6 articles, speeches, and presentations.

6th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable - HRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman Al-Saud and HE Dr Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza

The articles above appear in the Official AMER6 Publication prepared by the IEF in association with FIRST / World Petroleum.

Key Documents

Welcoming remarks

Plenary Session One: Oil markets: a new normal or just another cycle, and what does it mean for Asia?

Plenary Session Two: Gas and coal in Asia’s energy mix: interactions and uncertainties

Plenary Session Three: Delivering on the clean energy agenda: prospects and the role for policy.

Plenary Session Four: Concluding statement, final remarks, and closing of the Ministerial

Aldo Flores Quiroga delivering a speech at AMER6

Previous Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtables

6th Asian Ministerial Energy Roundtable

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