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国家能源局综合司关于建立“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系合作网络的通知

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2021-06-08

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能源合作是“一带一路”建设的重点领域。共建“一带一路”倡议提出8年来,在以习近平同志为核心的党中央坚强领导和亲力亲为推动下,国家能源局全面贯彻落实“一带一路”建设部署,秉持共商共建共享原则,坚持开放、绿色、廉洁理念,务实推进“一带一路”能源合作。能源领域各行各业通力协作,攻坚克难,一大批能源合作项目落地生根,一系列能源合作成果顺利落实,为高质量共建“一带一路”做出了重要贡献。

当前,“一带一路”建设已进入精谨细腻的“工笔画”新阶段,为进一步扩大能源行业对外开放合作,充分发挥企业、金融机构、科研院所(校)、行业协会等各类社会力量在“一带一路”能源合作中的主体作用,深入推进“一带一路”建设高质量发展,按照能源国际合作总体工作安排,我局拟启动“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系合作网络(以下简称“伙伴关系合作网络”)相关工作,现将有关事项通知如下。

一、基本情况

2019年4月,在第二届“一带一路”高峰论坛期间,中国与29个国家在北京共同发起成立“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系(以下简称“伙伴关系”)。自成立以来,伙伴关系组织了一系列项目对接和技术交流活动,取得积极成效。今年是“十四五”规划开局之年,为抓好用好“十四五”重要战略机遇期,国家能源局计划今年召开第二届“一带一路”能源部长会议,拓展伙伴关系成员,建立伙伴关系章程,发布“一带一路”绿色能源合作倡议,为完善全球能源治理发出中国声音,贡献中国智慧,将伙伴关系建设成为共建“一带一路”框架下能源领域高质量合作的平台。

伙伴关系合作网络将作为伙伴关系的重要组成部分,国家能源局发挥把方向、管统筹作用,在“一带一路”能源合作政府间合作框架下,更加充分地调动企业、金融机构、科研院所(校)、行业协会等各类社会力量的积极性,与“一带一路”共建国家开展全领域、多层次、形式多样的合作,力争在未来5年内形成一批最佳实践案例,培育一批能源合作研究基地,发布一批优秀能源合作智库产品,在国际上塑造一批有影响力的能源合作专家,为能源行业培养一批能源国际合作优秀青年人才,逐步夯实“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系的国际影响力,推动“一带一路”能源合作走深走实。

二、工作机制

伙伴关系合作网络下设若干工作组,工作组由企业、金融机构、科研院所(校)、行业协会等机构组成,各工作组设立组长单位。工作组工作领域包括但不限于油气、电力、新能源等传统领域,提倡建立绿色金融、智慧能源等先进前沿领域的工作组,鼓励建立青年创新网络等工作组。工作内容包括但不限于政策交流、规划对接、技术合作、项目开发、能力建设等,鼓励各工作组创新合作形式,包括发布智库产品,打造最佳实践案例等,促进能源务实合作。

各工作组在“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系框架下开展工作,每个工作组设组长单位,组长单位应充分发挥行业带头作用,牵头制定本领域详细工作计划,组织各参与单位共同实施合作计划,做好内外协调沟通,形成合作成果,及时发现和解决合作中存在的问题,并定期向我局报送工作计划、总结、重点工作进展等。各参与单位应积极配合组长单位做好相关工作,及时向组长单位报送本领域合作需求和工作计划等。各工作组在合作中遇到的普遍性和突出问题,可提请我局根据实际情况协调推动解决。

我局将定期评估各工作组的工作情况,对于各工作组提交的具有重要示范意义的优秀合作成果将结合“一带一路”能源部长会议、“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系论坛等主场外交活动进行重点宣传和推介,其他优秀合作成果将通过“一带一路”能源合作网、有关能源传播媒体等进行展示。

三、工作要求

请各有关单位结合工作需要,研提关于伙伴关系合作网络建设和发展的意见建议,如有意向加入伙伴关系合作网络,请填报《“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系合作网络意向表》,并于6月30日前报送国家能源局国际司。

联系人:丁伟 010-81929687 (电话)

010–81929663(传真)

附件:“一带一路”能源合作伙伴关系合作网络意向表

国家能源局综合司

2021年6月8日

Notice of Launching the Belt and Road Energy Partnership Cooperation Network

Energy cooperation is a key part of the Belt and Road Initiative. Over the past eight years since the inception of this initiative, with the strong leadership and personal support from the CPC party with President Xi Jinping at its core, the National Energy Administration of China (hereinafter the NEA) has been fully implementing the BRI masterplan and advancing BRI energy cooperation in a pragmatic manner, adhering to the principle of joint consultation, joint contributions and shared benefits, pursuing open, green and clean cooperation. The energy industry has been working as one and despite of all the challenges along the way, a large number of energy projects are now up and running, delivering concrete results of the energy cooperation, making great contributions to the high quality Belt and Road cooperation.

Now, the Belt and Road cooperation has begun a new journey into a meticulously detailed blueprint. In order to further promote international cooperation in the energy sector and allow businesses, financial institutions, research institutions, academia, industrial associations and other organizations to play their role in energy cooperation so as to achieve high quality Belt and Road cooperation. The NEA, following the work plan of international energy cooperation, plans to launch the Belt and Road Energy Partnership Cooperation Network (hereinafter the BREP Cooperation Network). The related matters are hereby notified as follows.

1.Background

In April 2019, during the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, China, together with 29 other countries launched the Belt and Road Energy Partnership (hereinafter BREP) in Beijing. Ever since then, BREP has been organizing lots of project match-making and technical exchange activities, delivering positive results. This year is the first year of the 14th Five Year Plan period. In order to make the best use of the great opportunities brought by this FYP, the NEA plans to organize the second Belt and Road Energy Ministerial Conference this year, through which we will expand BREP partnership, establish the Term of Reference, release the BRI Green Energy Cooperation Initiative. We hope to communicate Chinese views and contribute Chinese wisdom for better global energy governance, building BREP into a high quality energy cooperation platform within the framework of the BRI.

The BREP Cooperation Network will be an important part of BREP, for which the NEA will be playing a steering and coordination role. Within the intergovernmental energy cooperation framework as BREP, various social forces such as businesses, financial institutions, research institutions, academia and industrial associations will be mobilized to work with partners from BRI countries in all-sectoral and multi-tiered cooperation in diverse forms. Within five years, we plan to come up with a number of best practice cases, build several energy cooperation research bases, launch some quality think tank products, empower a number of world-renowned energy cooperation experts and young talents. Step by step, we will increase BREP’s international influence, deliver more concrete results in the Belt and Road cooperation.

2.Work Mechanism

A number of Working Groups will be set up within the BREP Cooperation Network, which will be consisting of members from businesses, financial institutions, research institutions, academia, industrial associations and other organizations. Each Working Group will be led by a Leading Organization, and will be working on sectors including but not limited to oil and gas, electric power, new energy and other conventional sectors. Working Groups on frontier sectors such as green finance and smart energy, and Work Group on Youth Innovation Network, will be highly encouraged. Scope of work will include but not limited to policy exchanges, development program alignment, technical cooperation, project development, capacity building, etc. Working Groups are encouraged to innovate the way they work together, for instance, they can jointly launch think tank products and build best practice cases so as to promote pragmatic energy cooperation.

All Working Groups will be working under the umbrella of BREP, and the Leading Organization should play a pacesettiing role by making detailed work plans, organizing members to implement the plans, coordinating and communicating internally and externally, delivering results, identifying and resolving issues in a timely manner, and regularly reporting to the NEA with work plans, execution reviews and progress on key issues. Members of the Working Group shall work together with the Leading Organization, and summit cooperation needs and their own work plans in a timely manner. If the Working Groups encounter common or pressing issues, they can ask the NEA for solution through proper coordination in line with the specifics of each case.

The NEA will regularly evaluate the performance of each Working Group, and showcase exemplary cooperation outcomes that can serve as demonstrations on ministerial conferences, the BREP forums and other important diplomatic events hosted by China. Other excellent cooperation results will be shown on the official website of the Belt and Road Energy Cooperation and through other energy related media channels.

3.Work Requirements

Please make suggestions in line with the needs of your organization so that we can better develop the BREP Cooperation Network. If you have the intention to join the BREP Cooperation Network, please fill in the attached form and summit it to the Department of International Cooperation of the NEA by June 30th, 2021.

Contact person: Ding Wei Tel: 010-81929687

Fax: 010–81929663

Attachment: Record of Intention for the Belt and Road Energy Cooperation Partnership Cooperation Network

National Energy Administration of China

June 8th, 2021


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