Project Title

An APEC Energy Vision Post-2020: Our Energy Future to 2050 

Project Year

2017   

Project Number

EWG 05 2017A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 05 2017A 

Project Title

An APEC Energy Vision Post-2020: Our Energy Future to 2050 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2017 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

159,000 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

159,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

Emergency Preparedness Working Group (EPWG); Transportation Working Group (TPTWG) 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Australia 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Japan; New Zealand; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/08/2017 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Andrew Scally 

Job Title 1

Assistant Manager 

Organization 1

Department of the Environment and Energy 

Postal Address 1

John Gorton Building, GPO Box 787, BARTON, ACT, Australia 

Telephone 1

61-2 62137851 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

andrew.scally@environment.gov.au 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Andrew Scally 

Project Summary

We aim to identify key economic, social, environmental and technological factors out to 2050 and their impact on APEC’s energy security, resilience, and economic growth potential. Planned activities include a one-day workshop led by a consultant/facilitator in the margins of an EWG meeting.  The workshop facilitator would be experienced in scenario planning and fore-sighting, with responsibility to prepare a survey for completion by members  and conduct of a workshop at a suitable time in association with an EWG meeting during 2018 (tbc), and preparation of a final report. The Bogor Goals took 30 years to complete and are due for finalization in 2020—we need to consider what the APEC will address in the years ahead, over a similar time-frame, from an energy security viewpoint. The EWG needs a deeper, more comprehensive view of long term issues impacting our region in order to continue to deliver timely and relevant policy advice to our Energy Ministers and Economic Leaders and related collaborative APEC activities.

Relevance

In the early 1990s the EWG was responsible for promoting regional energy security, an outcome where success was measured by energy demand being met by energy supply – a fairly one dimensional outcome.  However over time the region’s energy sector has become an increasingly complex arena in which to balance economic growth, energy security and environmental sustainability against a background of disruptive technologies, population, industrialization and urbanization pressures, including climate change commitments, and air and water quality concerns.  Given these complexities and dynamics in place, our current efforts need to be strengthened and improved if we are to continue providing evidence-based policy initiatives to APEC Energy Ministers and Leaders.

After 30 years of working to promote regional energy security, it is timely for the EWG to review and understand the future energy security challenges that may impact our region, particularly given the importance of energy to our economic well-being. The APEC EWG is responsible for promoting regional energy security/resilience, economic growth and environmental sustainability, particularly during potential energy supply disruption events. Global and regional energy issues are becoming increasingly complex due to a variety of new pressures such as climate change commitments, disruptive technologies, innovation and challenging economic difficulties for example, with consequent impacts on our ability to effectively meet our energy security and economic growth goals.

Key points to note that will challenge our capacity to deliver regional energy security and economic growth goals include the following:

·  APEC population forecast to increase to over 3 billion people by 2040, and higher still in 2050;

·  APEC urban population to reach 2.4 billion by 2050 (world population to reach 9.6 billion in 2050);

·  Total final energy demand is 7,000 million tonnes oil equivalent by 2040, with industry the main consumer;

·  Fossil fuels, including coal, will continue to comprise a major part of the region’s total energy supply;

·  The number of vehicles per 1000 people in 2013 was 228 – this increases to 421 in 2040;

·  Energy production will need to increase across all fuel types;

·  Total energy investment reaches around US$50 trillion by 2040; and

·  The increasing frequency, severity and impact of disasters in the region.

The one-day workshop would also seek to address the importance of effective governance and its contribution to regional energy security, including the role of policy and legislative actions to promote energy security goals.

EWG officials will need to develop a greater understanding of the scale and complexity of the energy and urban challenges impacting our traditional view of energy security in order to develop policies suitable to the energy security/economic growth issues we seek to advance.  This project meets Rank 1 ‘Building sustainable and resilient communities’ as senior energy officials will have a greater awareness and understanding of potential future issues impacting the energy sector, including awareness of possible policy actions to mitigate them. The project will also enhance ongoing efforts under Rank 2—specifically continuing to advance sustainable growth through the EWGs work on energy efficiency, energy security urbanization, and new and renewable energy technologies.

Objectives

Objectives of the project are to 1) enhance EWG members understanding and policy capacity to respond to the long-term future issues impacting regional energy security, growing urban challenges and our economic growth potential, and 2) to increase knowledge and capacity to develop innovative high-level strategic thinking in addressing energy security and economic growth challenges we face.

The growth in energy consumption, population – particularly in urban/city areas, and the continuing growth in demand for goods and services will place increased stresses on our efforts to grow sustainable cities, energy efficiency and energy security objectives in the APEC region. Energy officials working with partners across governments, private and other sectors as appropriate, will be called on to develop more sophisticated, timely policy responses these developments will pose to the region’s energy sector and energy security goals.

Alignment

This project aligns with the APEC goal of advancing regional energy security that is environmentally sustainable and continues to promote economic growth. It will provide a higher level of strategic thinking on how optimising our efforts to continue to advance APEC’s regional energy intensity goals, transitioning to a low carbon world, and address energy resilience issues. 

It is important we note the 2016 APEC Leaders Declaration in which they stated -

Four years before the Bogor Goals …we consider it pertinent to start a process of reflection on an APEC Post 2020 vision. Therefore….we instruct our officials to continue this process on a yearly basis until 2020.’

Noting this important instruction from our Leaders, and the critical role of energy to our societies, it is important for the EWG membership to start this ‘process of reflection’ on energy, as soon as possible, particularly given the growing pressures and increasing trends of urbanisation, energy demand and population growth.

This ‘process of reflection’ should include, but not be limited to APEC Energy Ministers past instructions and the EWG work program to advance regional energy intensity and renewable energy goals and increase the deployment of new and renewable energy technologies in the region.  We note that APEC Energy Ministers 2015 Cebu Declaration stated that (para 7) they encourage members to improve the robustness of their energy infrastructure and policy..’ and p10 ‘We view environmental sustainability as equally important with economic prosperity…’.  

Given the above, and the pressures in developing environmentally sustainable urban areas while population pressures are increasing, growing demand for energy as well as energy challenges addressing remote areas etc) this project proposal will seek to strengthen the capacity of regional energy policy officials to have a deeper, more insightful understanding of the issues, trends and economic and environmental constraints impacting our shared economic and energy security goals.  This will flow through to an improved regional ability of officials to provide high quality advice to APEC Energy Ministers and Leaders on the energy and environmental challenges they seek to address.

TILF/ASF Justification

Given the complexities of the range of social, economic and technological developments, and their potential impact on the regional energy sector this project will provide developing economies the opportunity to develop a deeper, more comprehensive understanding of the challenges facing their economies and equip them to develop more targeted policy responses to the energy challenges facing their economy.  This is particularly important given that APEC developing economies will experience the greatest increase in energy demand in coming years. More-over, developing economies will be invited to share their experiences and views on the potential future challenges their own economy may experience and learn from international experts effective ways to address these challenges. 

This project recognises the unique challenges that are faced by developing economies – they will experience the largest growth in energy demand over the next few decades – much higher than any other region.  This project highlights the scale of meeting future energy demand in the region – especially for developing economies.  It also highlights the need for developing economies to be proactive in meeting their future energy needs, including the important role of business in meeting these challenges.  The project also provides developing economies with the necessary contacts and sources of information which they can be utilize in developing responses appropriate to their circumstances (ie, WEC, their in-house expertise and information base for example).

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The main output from this project will be a one-day workshop, possibly implemented in the margins of and EWG meeting (yet to be agreed).  The consultant will develop a survey for completion by EWG members prior to a meeting of the EWG.  The successful consultant will encourage region wide completion of the survey via interviews and on-line completion of the survey. The survey will seek members views on the key future energy challenges their economy faces, the pressures and constraints they face in implementing energy policies to address future energy needs etc.  The consultant will also develop a workshop with content and questions based on results of the survey.  Following conclusion of the workshop, the consultant will prepare a final report, including recommendations for broad distribution to energy officials, including APEC Energy Ministers and APEC Leaders for their consideration as they address the issue of regional energy security in a post 2020 environment (when they meet in 2020). 

The survey/workshop and final report are to be prepared by the consultant.  The value-added by the consultant (hopefully the WEC) is their considerable prior experience in addressing long term energy security challenges for a range of economies around the world, including the insights and views that they have learned from their work in this area. 

It is expected the services provided by the consultant would be engaged through a direct labour contract, will be of a high quality, supported by significant exposure and experience in global and regional energy issues, including scenario planning and in particular with a strong emphasis on fore-sighting. The consultant would be expected to include an APEC-based expert/s with significant exposure to energy trade and investment issues, scenario and fore-sighting skills, supported by contemporary experience with key APEC economies, and importantly also in the area of capacity building for developing economies. This is particularly important to ensure that we recognize cross cultural interests and to be able fully capture all views from the broad range of APEC economies. This will ensure that the workshop raises to prominence the energy security challenges that are unique to the APEC region, which comprises some of the fastest growing economies in the world. 

Outcomes: The survey results, workshop and final report will serve as a resource/platform enabling policy makers to develop a broad-based understanding of the issues impacting the regions energy sector out to 2050.  It will seek to deliver an enhanced and deeper insight into the energy security challenges facing the region out to 2050 and will better equip APEC energy and other officials as appropriate, and Ministers and Leaders to develop a greater insight into regional energy security issues and with enhanced policy skills to address these challenges.

Developing this awareness is necessary as the region will experience, as never before, increased population pressures, increased levels of industrialization and urbanization, increased calls for environmental protection, economic growth and strengthened energy resilience and energy security outcomes. Success on this front is necessary if we are to develop and maintain sustainable economic growth, sustainable cities and environmental goals. 

We anticipate changes will take place in relation to the skills base of energy policy makers in conceptualizing the challenges posed by rapidly changing developments in economic, social and technological fields. To be specific the workshop will aim to: 

Enhance EWG members understanding and policy capacity to respond to the long-term future issues impacting regional energy security and our economic growth potential, and 2) to increase knowledge and develop innovative high-level strategic thinking in addressing energy security and economic growth challenges we face.

In relation to developing economies (who will experience the greatest increases in energy demand and economic growth in the years ahead, the workshop aims to stimulate thinking about the challenges such economies may face.  The workshop is an exercise in trying to think outside of established views on how economic growth and energy security can be strengthened in light of the impact of increasing levels of innovation and new business models for energy supply and technology deployment.  This will also have implications for views on the adequacy of existing institutions and policy responses to energy security challenges.  As stated earlier the project will seek to highlight the importance of the need to develop new thinking and approaches to the way in which energy security challenges are addressed. 

Beneficiaries: Workshop participants will include APEC EWG officials and EWG guests, EWG Expert Group Chairs, APERC and APSEC representatives, who collectively are responsible for developing and providing rational policy advice to the energy challenges facing the region. We would also seek to invite representatives from other international organisations, such as the WEC and the IEA to provide advice and views form their perspectives.  The participants are mid-level to senior officials and experts in energy policy; those who have worked previously with major global energy fora with responsibility for scenario planning and report writing.  Transportation and Emergency Preparedness officials will also be invited to participate in the project during implementation and benefit from its outputs.  Energy Ministers and Leaders will benefit directly from the information /views and outlooks developed from the workshop and will help senior officials to develop more effective, well-targeted energy policy responses to the challenges facing the region.  APEC populations will be the long term beneficiaries as policies subsequently developed from the workshop should hopefully be informed by a wider and deeper understanding of the future issues unfolding in the region, this could mean improved policy responses to developing sustainable cities, economic growth and environmental sustainability objectives. 

The workshop will engage mid-level officials in the first instance – and if the report is approved by members it will be forwarded to senior officials and APEC Energy Ministers as appropriate.  APEC Energy Ministers and senior officials could then decide on any future follow-up studies if they so wished.

With regard to the private sector it is clear that they will be essential in delivering the future investment needed to meet future energy demand in the region.  At this stage however we believe the views of the private sector would be made clear by the active involvement of the WEC and IEA EWG representatives.  Both these fora have close and ongoing engagement with significant private sector organisations.

Dissemination

The presentations made at the workshop, along with the outcomes report, will be broadly distributed among APEC officials, Senior Officials, APEC Energy Ministers, ABAC and APEC Leaders for their consideration during their 2020 meeting.  The materials will be posted electronically on the EWG and APEC websites and shared with Expert Groups and other relevant APEC fora such as the Transportation Working Group (co-sponsor).  The results of the workshop, and the report, may be shared more broadly with other fora that seek to advance regional APEC goals and environmental sustainability aspirations.   The workshop and report will also serve as a basis for future, post 2020, APEC discussions and capacity building activities on the new and more disruptive challenges facing the region, with broad engagement by APEC Ministers, ABAC representatives and APEC Leaders. 

The report will be disseminated broadly among APEC EWG members, including to other working Groups (Transportation and Emergency Preparedness) including to Senior officials via APEC SOM representatives, with a request that the report be discussed and forward if they agree to APEC Energy Ministers.  We would also request the EWG Lead Shepherd to highlight the report to his peers.

Gender

Women will be directly and actively involved in the project design and implementation.  The consultant will be careful to include women speakers and participants in the workshop.  The consultant will also encourage women to be involved during the preparatory stage and actual activity.  Invitations sent to the EWG will take due consideration of gender concerns by encouraging the suggestion and nomination of female speakers and participants.  This project will seek to provide a deeper understanding of the issues impacting energy security, regionally and also in remote and rural areas. Improving our understanding of these issues will in turn result in improved policy responses and awareness of the energy security challenges faced by women in the region. 

In addition, the consultant will ensure the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the workshop will include information on gender for disaggregating of data for project assessment and will help in the evaluation of specific responses to women and men. 

The consultant will also seek to seek the view of women during the workshop and to gain an insight into the views and insights of women and energy min a post 2020 world.

Work Plan

Should this project proposal receive approval for funding the first stage in this project would be to select an appropriate consultant.  The project Overseer would arrange that EWG members are contacted in the third quarter of 2017 with a request that they complete their survey responses by October 2017. 

We would seek to hold the workshop in the margins of this meeting. The Workshop would run for one day. At the conclusion of the Workshop members would be asked to complete a survey on their impressions, views and learnings from the workshop.  The consultant would report their outcomes to members out-of-session, with results and outputs discussed at a later EWG meeting (ie EWG55) or other EWG meeting as appropriate. 

The consultant would prepare a report highlighting the key findings, outcomes, issues and pressures that the APEC region may experience out to 2050 in seeking to advance regional energy security and economic growth. 

On approval of the report, the report would be distributed to EWG members, guests and senior officials, the APEC Secretariat, other relevant APEC for (Transportation Working Group and the Emergency Preparedness Working Group), including APEC Energy Ministers, ABAC, and APEC Economic Leaders.  The report would also be published on the APEC EWG website. The purpose of the report is to seek to improve the conceptual understanding of senior energy officials, ministers and leaders on the nature, quality and potential impact of the range of emerging issues that may adversely, or positively impact the region’s energy security and economic growth goals. 

Following the dissemination of the report, and as instructed by APEC Leaders, we would seek to have an agenda item included on each EWG meeting ‘Energy in APEC a new vision post 2020’, up to 2020.  We would also hope to inform APEC Leaders on the EWG’s work, including any recommendations, to APEC Leaders at an appropriate time (possibly during 2019). 

To be specific the consultant will be expected to prepare the following components for the workshop and subsequent report. 

1 – Development of a survey form for dissemination to all APEC economies with a letter attached outlining the purpose of the project, contact points for any questions and a final date for completion of the survey.

2 – The consultant will collect and analyse survey responses for inclusion within a workshop format. 

3 – The consultant will prepare workshop content, utilizing survey responses – the consultant will also work to facilitate discussion of issues and responses from workshop participants. 

4 – Following the workshop the consultant will prepare a final report, utilizing survey responses and views from the workshop.  The final report wil summarise views and identify key areas of concern for the APEC region, wth suggestions for further policy work on those key issues.

Risks

The major risk is ensuring that we get a good cross-section of views and opinions from workshop participants and to actively engage in the workshop.  The other potential risk is poor responses to the survey questions. To minimize this risk the project proponents will reach out to targeted speakers and participants well in advance of the workshop, and to APEC members to provide comprehensive responses to the survey. They will also work with EWG delegates in the led-up to the workshop to identify the most appropriate representatives in in of the economies.  In addition, the invitation to the workshop will be issued well in advance to ensure sufficient time for participants and speakers to plan for attendance and participation in the workshop. 

2050 was selected as the end period to be consistent with the time period set for completion of the Bogor Goals, ie, 30 years (from 1990- 2020). A long term outlook was sought given that energy sector investments, construction and production phases are typically long term in nature. The risks are that any views arrived at during the workshop or provided within the report might prove to be inaccurate. We would highlight this is an exercise in thinking about future possibilities and for workshop participants to develop a greater understanding of the complexity of the energy sector in a rapidly changing world, including on their own economies.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The project overseers will design and distribute an evaluation questionnaire at the end of workshop building time into the agenda before the conclusion of the workshop so that speakers and participants can complete the questionnaire.  We expect the consultant to actively follow-up with survey respondents to ensure as high a level of responses as possible from all APEC EWG economies, all 21.  This will help ensure that we capture as wide a range of views as possible.

Post the workshop knowledge learning and capacity building will continue over the period 2018, 2019 and 2020 as EWG members will be requested to continue to address the issue of an APEC Energy Vision Post 2020 at each and every meeting of the EWG up t the end of 2020. 

Further, participants will be able to provide qualitative feedback on the workshop program through the questionnaire, including suggestions for areas of follow up. In terms of participation (a quantitative indicator), the results and feedback will be closely reviewed through an evaluation form that will be given to participants at the workshop, collected and reviewed.  The project overseers will review the evaluations and finalize the feedback prior to finalizing the workshop report and deliverables. The results will be disaggregated by sex as part of the evaluations. The indicator for the follow up survey will be knowledge gained/knowledge applied.

We will track specific indicators that relate to percentage of female attendees (aiming for at least 50%) as well as percentage of attendees indicating knowledge gained as a result of the workshop (target improvement of +25%.

It is important to note that this is a new initiative asking the EWG membership to build their individual and collective energy development capacity to a higher level of strategic understanding and capacity – it is a long term process that will conclude in late 2020, and with benefits to the broader APEC community.

Linkages

In terms of identifying linkages it is important to note this is a proposal seeking to bring an innovative approach to the way energy officials and ministers will think about energy policy, and the new and never before experienced issues that will impact our region. 

The Workshop builds on the work of the APEC EWG’s Energy Security Initiative (endorsed by APEC Energy Ministers in 2001), which seeks to develop short and long term responses to the energy security challenges facing the region.  Those responses include advancing progress on energy efficiency, new and renewable energy technologies, cleaner fossil fuels, energy market transparency and the promotion of investment in the regions energy sector.  The workshop will build on the Energy Security Initiative by bringing a renewed focus on the upcoming challenges facing the region (population pressures, urbanization, industrialization, changing demographics and disruptive technologies).

This project builds on the past policy developments of the EWG by seeking to identify critical future factors that may potentially impact the regions’ energy sector over the next 30 years.  It will improve the understanding, capacity, knowledge base, and skills set of the EWG membership which can then be shared via improved policy advice and analysis with other non APEC fora such as the International Energy Agency, the World Energy Council the East Asia Summit and the International Energy Forum. Other APEC fora to benefit from this project would include APEC Working Groups such as the Transportation Working Group and the Emergency Preparedness Working Group. This work will also contribute to our senior officials, Energy Ministers and APEC Economic Leaders consideration of what issues and challenges the APEC region must address following the conclusion of the Bogor Goals in 2020. It will help drive improved policy engagement with key APEC and non-APEC fora (listed above). Ultimately it will ensure the EWG membership continues to provide high level strategic policy advice to all our stakeholders on the future energy challenges we will be required to address. 

The APEC Working Groups for Transportation and Emergency Preparedness also endorsed the Concept Note for this project and this project proposal has been shared with those groups. 

The Project Overseer will ensure close and practical cross collaboration with APEC for a which co-endorsed this Concept Note ( (see APEC Forum Section above) by ensuring the following, should the project proposal receive funding approval.

1 – sharing the full project proposal for inputs and co-endorsement;

2 – seeking comments to help develop the workshop agenda;

3 - Inviting nominations to provide speakers and /or participants to attend the workshop;

4 - Sharing any draft APEC publications/s for inputs.

Sustainability

Through broad engagement among energy officials, senior officials and industry issues, this workshop will help highlight key potential emerging issues out to 2050, including the need for energy policy analysts to be able to incorporate unexpected events within timely, responsive and well-targeted policy initiatives as the need arises.  Far too often policy makers, in a world of increasingly disruptive IT, technologies, have not been able to keep in front of developments as they emerge, with consequent costs to economies, regions and groups of our people.  The workshop will enhance the quality of policy dialogue among stakeholders and help build capacity among beneficiaries to carry forward new ways of thinking about energy policy and in developing new policy proposals for their economies.

Possible next steps may include the following:

1 - Transfer of knowledge from workshop participants to other officials responsible for energy policy development.

2 -  Regular discussion of a new APEC Energy Vision for the next three years, with the possibility of a new and strengthened EWG Energy Security Initiative with the capacity to respond to new and emerging energy security challenges in the region.

3 - Use of results from the workshop to inform future energy policy discussions by EWG officials, including as input for possible future project proposals to help identify in greater detail and clarity issues identified at the Workshop.

4 -  Follow up capacity building workshops or meetings with other international stakeholders to continue the capacity building and information-sharing process for future energy policy debate and development.

We anticipate that the government officials involved in the training will be directly responsible for applying the knowledge gained at the workshop in their own energy ministries.

Project Overseers

Andrew Scally is the Australian Representative to the APEC Energy Working Group.  He is engaged on international energy engagement activities, both regionally and globally within the Australian Department of the Environment and Energy.  He has over 20 years’ experience in bilateral and multilateral consultation programs addressing energy trade and investment issues.  Andrew Scally holds a Masters degree in Public Policy Strategy from the Australian National University in Canberra.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Nil – As is traditional we expect most APEC member economies will be present as the workshop will be held in the margins of an EWG meeting – this will ensure efficiency of APEC funds expended.

Waivers

While the project has not yet received official approval from the APEC Secretariat to be funded I will, in conducting this project, seek to engage the services of the World Energy Council in identifying the future trends, issues and opportunities the APEC region may face out to 2050.

The World Energy Council is a highly respected and experienced forum, with highly qualified energy analysts experienced in scenario planning and forecasting studies.  WEC senior officials have excellent stakeholder networks with key regional energy officials, ministers and heads of government.

Should this Project Proposal receive funding (US$159,000) from the APEC Secretariat it is my preferred intention to use the services of the World Energy Council to undertake the workshop and subsequent reports and survey analysis in association with future EWG meetings.

The services of the WEC and the cost ($164,000) represents excellent value for money which could not be matched for a workshop of this scale in the market.   The workshop will provide a high level of analysis and outcomes for those economies (potentially all 21 economies) that choose to participate in the Workshop survey. Essentially the cost is well below what the market would expect to receive for a workshop of this nature.

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