"During the seminar, we will release documents related to our work on the (drafting of) Energy Law; general situation, progress and development (related to) the Energy Law; and the framework of the Energy Law," Xu said.
The National Energy Leading Group Office has invited world's leading experts in the energy and law fields to take part in the April seminar, which has already been approved by the Chinese cabinet State Council, Xu said. Twenty-two of these experts will also deliver keynote speeches on the topics, he added. The National Energy Leading Group Office hopes to use the occasion to get opinions of international experts on its Energy Law drafting, Xu added.
Beijing formed a task-force in early 2006 to oversee the drafting of the law, which includes officials from 15 ministries and government departments. A panel of Chinese experts specialized in energy, law, economics and public management have also been working for the taskforce as advisors. The central government had anticipated at the time to introduce the Energy Law in two years.
Posted on 25th March 2007
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