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Sino-US Colloquium


CEFC initiated Sino-US Colloquium, a civil summit aiming at establishing a lasting dialogue mechanism through non-governmental channels and gathering senior officials, scholars and business leaders from China and the U. S. for in-depth exchanges on issues of mutual concerns, such as energy, security, science and technology, economy, culture, etc.


Seven rounds of Sino-US Colloquium have been held since its inception in 2012: Sino-US Colloquium I: “Energy Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities”, Sino-US Colloquium II: “Trust Building”, Sino-US Colloquium III: “A Trialogue with Japan” and Sino-US Colloquium IV: “Core Values and World Order”.


Sino-US Colloquium V: Changing World Order and Energy Cooperation

Date: January 19, 2014

Theme: This Colloquium focused on world order, geopolitical changes and the repercussions of the political developments on the regional security and stability. It also discussed highlighted world issues, such as energy security and international collaboration in the new era, technology sharing, energy supply and demand, nuclear power policies, and sustainable development. The Colloquium was joined by former heads of government, foreign ministers, senior officials from international organizations as well as reputed scholars.


Sino-US Colloquium VII: Asian Energy Security and Cooperation: Challenges and Opportunities

Date: January 24, 2015

Theme: Some 20 experts and scholars gathered together for discussion on international oil prices, geopolitics, new situation of Asia’s energy security, and multilateral cooperation under new energy landscape. One of the focal points of the discussion was the approach towards the establishment of a mechanism for closer cooperation in diplomacy, strategy and economic growth, by Asian-pacific countries and those sitting alongside the “Belt and Road”, to safeguard the common interests in energy security and help Asian countries to exert greater influence in the global energy order.


US-China Track II Energy Dialogue

Date: September 11, 2014

The 2nd US-China Track II Energy Dialogue, under the theme “Energy Outlook for China and the United States 2020 - Implications for Bilateral Relations”, was successfully convened by CEFC International Center and National Committee on United States-China Relations (NCUSCR) in New York. The Dialogue brought together Chinese and American former government officials and energy experts, including Zhang Guobao, former Vice Chairman of National Development and Reform Commission and former Director of National Energy Administration of China, David Sandalow, former US Under-Secretary of Energy, and Stephen A. Orlins, President of NCUSCR. In-depth discussions were held on topics of “Energy Outlook for China and US”, “Environmental Implications for Sustainable Energy Development”, “Geopolitical Ramifications of Changing Energy” and “The Road to US-China Energy Cooperation”.


A Trialogue for US-China and Cross-Strait Relations

CEFC delegates attended the “Track-Two Meeting on US-China and Cross-Strait Relations” hosted by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy. The meeting was joined by Richard C. Bush III, former Chairman of Board of Trustees of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT); Raymond F. Burghardt, Chairman of Board of Trustees of AIT; Winston Lord, former U.S. Ambassador to China; Alan Romberg, Director of the East Asia Program at the Stimson Center; Bonnie Glaser, Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Gerald L. Curtis, expert on Japanese politics and lifetime professor at Columbia University, and more.


Establishment of Energy Fund


 CEFC China, Sovereign Wealth Fund of countries in Middle East and Central Asia, and global major financial institutions jointly establish the Hong Kong Energy Fund, New Silk Road Fund, and Shanghai Global Acquisition Fund to invest in global energy sector.


China-CEEC Local Leaders Meeting & China Investment Forum


President Chan Chauto led a delegation to join The 2nd China-CEEC Local Leaders Meeting & China Investment Forum (LLM&CIF) in Prague, the

capital city of the Czech Republic. The Chinese vice Premier Zhang Gaoli, Czech President Milos Zeman, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka,
senior officials of regional governments of China and 16 Central and Eastern European countries and corporate representatives were present at the
meeting that was held in collaboration with CEFC China, the business representative of LLM & CIF.
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