James Rosenfield

IHS Markit

Senior Vice President IHS Markit, CERAWeek Co-Chairman

James Rosenfield, Senior Vice President, IHS Markit, is Co-Founder of Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), an acquisition of IHS Markit. Mr. Rosenfield created and is Co-Chairman, with Daniel Yergin, of CERAWeek, the premier international gathering of senior energy executives and officials, whose evolution he has overseen for over three decades. Mr. Rosenfield spearheads key global IHS Markit energy initiatives, including “The Unconventional Gas Revolution and the Carbon Agenda,” “North America’s New Energy Future,” “Challenge to Germany’s Global Competitiveness in a New Energy World,” and the annual IHS Markit–World Economic Forum (WEF) “Energy Vision” report. He has spoken at the WEF Annual Meeting in Davos, at the United Nations in Geneva, and at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, among other symposia. Mr. Rosenfield leads the IHS Markit CERAWeek Innovation Pioneers Program and is on the Selection Committee of the WEF Technology Pioneers Program. He is a founder of the New England Clean Energy Council and is nonexecutive Director of the technology firms Aircuity, AzimaDLI, and Acumentrics Corporation. He is a Trustee of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Mr. Rosenfield received his undergraduate education at Harvard College and holds an MBA from Boston University. He completed the Senior Fellow Program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government in 2007.

Sessions With James Rosenfield

Wednesday, 20 October

  • 02:30pm - 02:40pm (IST) / 20/oct/2021 09:00 am - 20/oct/2021 09:10 am

    Executive Conference

  • 07:55pm - 08:30pm (IST) / 20/oct/2021 02:25 pm - 20/oct/2021 03:00 pm

    Reception

    Musical Performance

    Live Stream

    Rahul Sharma is a master of the santoor, which is a similar instrument to the hammered dulcimer. Shri Sharma is the son of Shivkumar Sharma and both father and son are renowned for their skill on this instrument. Shri Sharma was always in love with music, often singing at an early age and playing the harmonium. Learning the santoor at age 13, the child wasn't completely sure of pursuing music until he turned 17. After studying economics at Bombay’s Mithibai College, he began performing with his father. In September 2000, Real World Records released Music of the Himalayas, a live performance in Turin featuring Shri Sharma, percussionist Pandi Bhawani Shankar and tabla player Ustad Shafat Ahmed Khan. The musician has performed in North America and throughout Europe. He has also performed at various folk and world music festivals, including World of Music, Arts and Dance (WOMAD).

Thursday, 21 October

Friday, 22 October