The IEF Lecture Series welcomed Mr Xiaojie Xu, of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences who presented findings from the recently published “World Energy China Outlook” (currently only available in Chinese) to a distinguished audience of diplomats, businessmen and experts at IEF Headquarters in Riyadh.
The IEF was honoured to have this opportunity to exchange views with Xiaojie Xu, who is the Chief Fellow of the annual World Energy China Outlook and heads the World Energy Division in the Institute of World Economics and Politics at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing.
Mr Xu is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Energy Security, an Editorial Board Member of the Journal of World Energy Law and Business, and Senior Advisor to the China Energy Fund. He is also the author of “Petro-Dragon’s Rise, what it means for China and the World” (in English, 2002), and “Energy Black Swan: Global Games for Hydrocarbon Resources and Chinese Options” (in Chinese, 2011).
Mr Xu’s presentation as well as an English language version of the executive summary of the “World Energy China Outlook” are both available for download below: