会場：東京大学 伊藤国際学術研究センター3階 中教室（東京都文京区本郷7-3-1）
題目："Energy Security in the Transition to Low Carbon Society"
（国際エネルギー機関（IEA）エネルギー市場・安全保障局長 / Energy Markets and Security Director, International Energy Agency, Paris）
モデレーター：芳川 恒志 （キヤノングローバル戦略研究所 研究主幹）
The energy security equation is going through fundamental changes with rapid transformation in energy market driven by new technologies, and IEA's focus on energy security is not limited to oil but also on natural gas and electricity. This presentation will walk through these 3 areas.
(1) Oil Security: Overview of IEA's oil security system and its challenges coming from changing realities of global oil markets.
(2) Gas Security: Role of natural gas in the entire energy system. How IEA started the new work stream on gas security and its focus.
(3) Electricity Security: More complicated landscape to manage electricity systems. What are needed to integrate high share of variable renewable sources. Linkage between electricity security and gas security.
Keisuke Sadamori became the IEA Director for Energy Markets and Security in 2012, leading an administrative structure that includes several core functions of the IEA, including monitoring global oil markets and responding to energy-supply disruptions. Prior to joining the IEA, Mr. Sadamori, a Japanese national, held many senior positions at the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI), including Deputy Director-General at the Minister's Secretariat.
Mr. Sadamori served as the executive assistant to the Prime Minister in 2011, when the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami hit Japan, causing the Fukushima nuclear plant accident. Before this, he worked on international energy affairs and was the representative of the Government of Japan in such forums as the IEA Governing Board in 2008 and 2009. He also served as the chief negotiator for trade and investment agreements with Asian countries in 2009 and 2010.
Mr. Sadamori received an LL.B. from University of Tokyo in 1983 and a Master in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University in 1990.