April 5, 2022 - Energy Academic Group
Strategic Implications of China’s International Energy Relations (with special emphasis on Russia)
Tuesday, April 5, 20212 | 12:00 PM Pacific Time | Ingersoll Hall Room 122
Senior associate in the Center for Strategic and International Studies and affiliate faculty in George Mason University
Edward C. Chow is an international energy expert with more than 40 years of industry experience working in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, South America, Europe, Russia, and the Black Sea and Caspian regions, and he will deliver the Energy Symposium at noon on Tuesday, 5 April. He successfully negotiated multibillion-dollar oil and gas agreements and specializes in investments in emerging economies. He developed government policy and business strategy while advising governments, international financial institutions, major oil companies, and leading multinational corporations. Mr. Chow worked for 20 years at Chevron Corporation in headquarter and overseas assignments. He taught at Georgetown and George Washington universities and served as visiting professor at Ohio University and Fudan University in Shanghai. He is a senior associate in the Center for Strategic and International Studies and affiliate faculty in George Mason University.