Official Welcome Address by His Excellency Dr. Siri Jirapongphan, Minister of Energy of the Kingdom of Thailand
Endorsed by
Ministry Of Energy
Co-host

ASIA'S INTEGRATED OIL, GAS & ENERGY TRANSFORMATION EVENT

12 - 14 DECEMBER 2018 | BANGKOK, THAILAND

Mathias Steck

Speaker Name

Mathias Steck

Executive Vice President and Regional Manager Asia Pacific, Energy and Renewables Advisory

DNV GL

Mathias (老马) is Executive Vice President and Regional Manager Asia Pacific for ‘Energy and Renewables Advisory’ and member of the Executive Leadership Team of DNV GL – Energy.  Before the merger of DNV and Germanischer Lloyd in September 2013 Mathias was the Regional Manager of GL Garrad Hassan Asia Pacific. His position involves managing a team of over 130 Inspectors and Engineers specializing in Energy located in offices in Singapore, China, Thailand, India, Australia, Korea and Japan. Based in Singapore, Mathias has 14 years of experience in the renewable energy industry.  During this time he has performed a wide range of tasks as an expert in charge of structural components of wind turbines including reviews, inspections, expert opinions, failure analysis, technical due diligence, guideline development and technical seminars.
 
Mathias has a German Diploma (equivalent to Masters Degree) in 'Civil Engineering and Environmental Technology' (2001) from the ‘Technical University Hamburg-Harburg’. There he worked as a student assistant in the ‘Department of Steel and Timber Constructions’ and elsewhere at engineering company ‘IWB’. Whilst studying, Mathias earned the ‘Vordiplom prize of Hamburg Construction’ for the top five intermediate diplomas and a stipendiary from ‘Konrad Adenauer Foundation Germany’. Over the course of his diploma, Mathias also took the opportunity to study at the ‘University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology’ specialising in concrete and steel structures as well as an additional Degree in Geotechnics.
 
After graduation, Mathias worked as a junior engineer for one year at ‘STRABAG’, where his tasks included quotation processing, design, optimization, planning and project coordination for large-scale construction sites in Germany, Turkey, Hungary and Kosovo.
 
Mathias joined Germanischer Lloyd in 2003 in the Wind Energy group.  There he was involved in the inspection, review and computation of wind turbine foundations and towers and furthermore worked to develop the tools and Finite Element models of several wind turbine components and offshore substructures.  Mathias took on the role of Project Manager for certification services and advisor for customers in India, China, USA, Japan, Korea and Europe. In 2008 he took on the role of Head of the Civil Engineering Group and then the Department Head of Renewable Energy Asia where he began building the GL engineering teams in India and China, being based in Mumbai and Bangalore, India from 2008 to 2011 as well as in Shanghai, China from 2011 to 2014. Since 2014 Mathias is based in Singapore.