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FUTURE ENERGY ASIA 2018 – POWERING GROWING MARKETS SUSTAINABLY BEYOND 2030

 

FUTURE ENERGY ASIA WILL BE THE ASiAN REGION’S MEETING POINT FOR:

  • Public and Private Policy Makers to meet, discuss and debate future energy scenarios
  • Integrated Energy Companies to build new partnerships and be part of the future energy mix
  • Technology Providers to showcase products and services
  • Entrepreneurs and Academia to showcase future energy solutions
  • Thousands of Energy Professionals to learn from extraordinary content

 

A leading exhibition and conference for the global integrated and non-integrated energy industries, Future Energy Asia will be held in Bangkok, Thailand over 3-days from 12 to 14 December 2018. 

EXPECTED ATTENDANCE:

300
SPEAKERS

2,000
DELEGATES

15,000+
VISITORS

600+
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITORS

How we produce and consume energy is changing and the World Economic Forum identified three key drivers: advanced energy acceleration; a mobility revolution; and energy systems fragmentation. How businesses, governments and consumers are responding to these changes is shaping the energy debate and Future Energy Asia provides a perfect platform to advance this important dialogue.

The Asia Pacific region is set to experience unprecedented economic growth in the coming decades, with its GDP forecast to triple and its energy demand set to rise by 80% by 2040. Rapid urbanisation and industrialisation; evolving demographics; digitalisation and a global commitment to positive climate action will see an energy transformation across Asia.

Energy Revolution Underway Across Asia

It is expected most of the world’s oil and gas exports will be headed to the Asia Pacific region, with its imports projected to rise by over 50% by 2040. During this energy transformation, Asia will also overtake Europe to become the world’s largest natural gas importer, with half of its gas demand satisfied by LNG by 2040.

FUTURE ENERGY ASIA's FULL ENERGY VALUE CHAIN WILL INCLUDE:

 

Government Leaders

National Oil Companies

International Oil Companies

Integrated Energy Companies

Technology Providers

Power Generation

Transmission and Distribution

Entrepreneurs and Academia

The IEA has outlined its expectation that fossil fuels will remain the largest contributor to Asia’s energy mix, with its share rising from 74% in 2014 to 78% in 2040. Renewable energy will also see gains across the region with its share of the fuel mix rising to 22% by 2040, driven by large gains in solar and wind.

Asia’s future energy mix is led by its rising population and urbanisation, as such the power sector will shape the energy landscape in Asia as electricity demand triples by 2040, with the region adding an extra 400 GW of installed capacity. There are significant opportunities in electrifying Asia, with 19% of Southeast Asia still off-grid.

To achieve the energy transformation needed to power Asia’s integrated energy markets beyond 2040 the region will need to attract $2.5 trillion of energy investment, according to the IEA’s latest forecast.

Future Energy Asia will bring together industry and policy makers in a global meeting place, Bangkok, to shape and ultimately execute energy leadership that will impact the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of consumers for generations to come.

A video by the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) on

the launch of Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Conference (FEA) 2018 

 

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