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Cablegate: Philippine Delegation List to Washington International

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STATE FOR WIREC ACTION GROUP LEADER STAN SPECHT
STATE FOR OES SPECIAL ASSISTANT CAMILLE HILL
STATE PASS EXIM, OPIC AND USTR

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAID ENRG EPET SENV SOCI TRGY KPAO KGHG KSCA RP

SUBJECT: Philippine Delegation List to Washington International
Renewable Energy Conference (WIREC 2008)

REF: A. STATE 138428 B. MANILA 003427

1. Per ref A request for invitees from the Philippine government to
WIREC 2008, the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines has
suggested that invitations be sent to the following individuals:

- Department of Foreign Affairs, 2330 Roxas Blvd.,
Pasay City, Philippines
Secretary Alberto G. Romulo
Assistant Secretary Rey A. Carandang, Office of American Affairs
Ambassador Willy C. Gaa, Embassy of the Philippines, 1600
Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington DC

- Department of Energy, Energy Center, Merritt Road,
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig 1201, Metro Manila, Philippines
Secretary Angelo T. Reyes
Undersecretary Mariano S. Salazar
Undersecretary Francisco G. Delfin, Jr.

- Department of Science and Technology, Science
Community Complex, Gen. Santos Ave., Bicutan,
Taguig 1631 Metro Manila, Philippines
Secretary Estrella F. Alabasto
Undersecretary Graciano P. Yumul, Jr.
Deputy Executive Director Raul C. Sabularse, Philippine Council for
Industry and Energy Research and Development

2. The Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs further requests a
detailed agenda, conference schedule, and the USG's expected
outcomes.

3. Post recommends that invitations also be extended to the
following organizations to join the conference:

- Philippine National Oil Company - Alternative Energy
Corporation, Energy Center, Merritt Road,
Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines
President and Chief Executive Officer Peter Anthony A. Abaya

- World Wildlife Fund - Philippines, 4/F JBD Plaza,
65 Mindanao Ave., Bagong Pag-asa, Quezon City 1105,
Philippines
Rafeal G. Senga, Asia-Pacific Energy Policy
Coordinator

- Miriam Peace Foundation - Environmental Studies
Institution, Miriam College, Katipunan Road,
Quezon City 1101, Philippines
Executive Director Donna Paz T. Reyes

- Haribon Foundation, 2/F Santos and Sons Building,
973 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines
Executive Director Annabelle Plantilla


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