30 JUNE - 2 JULY 2021 | BITEC, BANGKOK

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WELCOME TO THE FUTURE ENERGY ASIA STRATEGIC & TECHNICAL CONFERENCE

FUTURE ENERGY ASIA is packed with leadership insights on how Asia’s future energy mix will evolve. Learn what key countries in South East Asia are doing at a policy and project level to meet the estimated 60% energy demand growth. Hear from Global Industry Leaders who are taking an integrated approach to energy transition.

STRATEGIC CONFERENCE

The Future Energy Asia Strategic Conference features the world’s natural gas, LNG and Renewables energy leaders in the region’s most important industry platform to engage in strategic dialogues to shape the energy transformation of the next decade.

The programme features three days of multi-stream strategic commercial and technical content with over 200 speakers from across the integrated energy value chain.

According to the United Nations, Asia has the largest population in the world - 4.5 billion people – and is set to increase to 5.2 billion by 2050. With this increase in population we will see a rise in living standards, a growing middle class and a corresponding rise in energy demand.

To sustain this rapid expansion of the economy, Asia will need new energy solutions and strategies. Future Energy Asia Exhibition and Conference sits at the heart of this important dialogue, aiming to connect those shaping energy policies across the region and the global energy industry.

TECHNICAL CONFERENCE

The event will feature 2 on-floor free-to-attend Centres of Technical Excellence (COTES), where over 100 technical experts will deliver key technical insights.

The COTES areas will be open to all visitors and are designed to provide practical requirements for implementing New Energy solutions across the energy to power value chain

CONNECTING YOU WITH ENERGY LEADERS DRIVING ASIA’S ENERGY TRANSITION & TRANSFORMATION

Conference Agenda

DAY 1: ENERGY & CLEAN POWER INTEGRATION

Energy and power sector incumbents are becoming used to severe disruption. It’s the new normal. Business models are emerging to create more reliant and flexible operating structures based upon future business needs. This day focuses on how to smoothly exit legacy models to unleash new business value in a low carbon digital world.

DAY 2: BUILDING ENERGY TRANSITION PARTNERSHIPS

Large energy and power sector players have become more open to partnerships, with organisations inside and outside of their industries, to try and stay ahead of nimble new challengers. This day concerns how you forge successful partnerships to help drive enduring change to benefit all parties. Here we focus on achieving the energy transition.

DAY 3: ENSURING NETWORK TRANSFORMATION

The push to develop new clean energy across ASEAN markets has put extreme pressure on the distribution grids to integrate and balance the new energy from LNG power stations and variable renewable energy assets. This day focuses on investment in distribution grids to best use of digital energy, energy storage and new flexible power plant strategies.

ENERGY & CLEAN POWER INTEGRATION

Managing for market disruption is the new normal. Power demand was reduced during COVID and financing has become constrained. But the need for renewables to become integrated within the fuel mix and distribution grids remains critical for achieving the energy transition. 

GRAND PLENARY – ENERGY TRANSITION THAILAND

  • 09.00 Organisers Welcome
  • 09.10 Ministerial Address – Thailand 4.0 Ensuring Resilience and Innovation in the Post COVID Era
  • 09.30 Thai Power Address – CLEANGEN – Accelerating the integration of Renewables into the Mix
  • 09.45 Thai Energy Address – The Role of Gas in the Transition to a Lower Carbon Economy
  • 10.00 Thai E&P Address – Sustainable Exploration and Production in Synergy with the Nation’s and Region’s Energy Security Mission
  • 10.15 Expo Opening & VIP Tours/ Morning Break

STRATEGIC STREAM

Leadership insights, business models & energy transition roadmaps.

  • 11.00 ASEAN’s Role in Global Energy Transition - Accelerating Sustainable Energy Innovation
  • 11.15 A Flexible, Responsive, Collaborative Regional Power Grid – Vision 2030 for ASEAN Power Collaboration
  • 11.30 Innovation Spotlight – Becoming Global First Mover on Base Load Renewable Technology
  • 11.45 THE BIG DEBATE – Reopening ASEAN Economies for Energy Transition Projects While Ensuring Future Flexibility and Resilience

    With planes grounded, cars parked, factories shuttered and offices dark, the coronavirus carved a big hole in the energy and power economy and redirected its future in ways that could hardly have been imagined 12 months ago. Both energy companies and utilities were caught unprepared. We learnt that we require flexibility and resilience in energy and power structures. Will these lessons now be applied to create a stronger more sustainable energy and power sector as we embark on building the energy transition future?

  • 12.30 Lunch break
  • 13.30 -15.30 VIP Workshop - LNG to Power Infrastructure

    Infrastructure in partnership with PTT and EGAT
    By invitation Only

  • 14.10 Defining the Mission to Net-Zero in 2050 for ASEAN Utilities
  • 14.30 In Pursuit of Net Zero 2050 in Asian Energy Markets – Comparing IOC Strategies and the Impact on Power Markets
  • 14.50 INVESTORS PANEL – Net-Zero Energy and Power Investment Strategies

    Meeting mid-century climate targets poses enormous challenges that touch on every part of the modern economy. Here we consider the viewpoints of investors in the energy and power sector. How do they plan to give effect to the Net-Zero strategy in terms of fuel mix considerations? How do they see their investment mandates changing over the next 10 years?

  • 15.30 Afternoon Break
  • 16.00 -17.30 VIP Workshop - Energy Finance in Disrupted Markets

    By invitation Only

  • 16.10 FUEL BUYERS PANEL – LNG vs Renewables - Reassessing LNG as a Clean Energy Bridge Strategy on Asian Energy Buyers

    Not surprisingly, the global spread of the coronavirus stands as the most important event for LNG demand so far in 2020-21, and its effects are causing more serious and potentially long-term pressure on the demand side. On the positive side, lower prices for LNG have made it more competitive against other types of fuel, especially coal. Here we take the views of buyers on the future fuel mix and whether they still favour LNG as a reliable energy transition strategy.

  • 16.50 DEVELOPERS PANEL – Unpacking Asia’s Best Opportunities in Clean Energy Developments

    According to a new report by EY, seven Asian countries rank among the globe’s most attractive markets for renewable energy sources including wind power, hydropower and solar energy. Renewable developers are generally supported by long-term contracts for the sale of renewable power, so in the short term they weren’t greatly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. What do they think about their profit opportunities in developing new ASEAN clean energy opportunities?

  • 17.30 Concluding Remarks
  • 17.35 -19.30 Networking Function

    By invitation Only

BUILDING ENERGY TRANSITION AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION PARTNERSHIPS

The energy transition requires a long-term structural change in our approach to energy systems, creating a more integrated and smarter energy system that is better able to manage and balance dynamic patterns of supply and demand at a regional, national, and local level.

BUILDING ENERGY TRANSITION AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION PARTNERSHIPS

  • 09.00 Welcome Remarks – Accelerating the Energy Transition Through Effective Partnerships
  • 09.15 Building Customer Partnerships with Industrial Users for Energy Security and the Energy Transition
  • 09.30 Developing a Shared LNG Infrastructure for the Greater Mekong
  • 09.45 IPP PANEL – Power Partnerships: Opportunities & Challenges for IPPs in ASEAN Markets

    As changing financing conditions make investing in some legacy parts of the power system difficult, more effort is needed to cultivate a supportive financing environment for newer technologies while ensuring security of supply. Public sources alone cannot cover ASEANs sizeable energy and power investment needs. Sustained and balanced access to international and regional sources of private finance, complemented by public sources is essential. How are governments and energy agencies looking to assist IPPs to help build a strong and sustainable energy and power future?

  • 10.30 Morning Break
  • 11.00 Vietnam Energy & Power Development Strategies for the Energy Transition
  • 11.15 Supporting Private Power Producers in Indonesia’s Revamped Power Markets
  • 11.30 Managing Fuel Price Risk in Indian LNG Markets
  • 12.45 THE BIG DEBATE – Energy Finance Disruption – The Impact of Insurers, International Financiers and Fund Managers on Future Fuel Mix Choices

    Even before COVID rocked markets, governments in South Korea, Taiwan, China and Thailand were already pivoting to cleaner-burning natural gas and LNG. However, an uncomfortable issue is now emerging in Europe regarding fossil fuel finance. The EIB, one of the world’s largest multilateral providers of finance for projects, is facing growing pressure to rule out further fossil fuel finance and align its energy lending policy with the Paris Agreement. Should we be concerned that natural gas and LNG may become the new coal?

  • 12.30 Lunch Break
  • 13.30 -15.30 EGAT VIP Forum – Power Plant Design for Renewable Integration and Clean Generation

    By invitation Only

  • 13.45 Creating a New Energy Investment Model: Big Oil and their Impact on the Energy Transition
  • 14.00 Ensuring Effective Renewable Energy Integration in Vietnam’s Power Grids
  • 14.15 ASEAN Energy Connectivity: Energy, Infrastructure and Regional Cooperation
  • 14.30 Global LNG to Power Investments and the Impact on Small-Scale LNG Supply Chains
  • 14.45 GRID STABILITY PANEL – Facing Challenges and Building Solutions for ASEAN Power Grids

    Today’s electrical grid is experiencing many challenges, including a changing generation landscape with an increase in renewable and remote generation, an aging AC transmission infrastructure and an increase in global demand for electricity. These challenges are overstressing the existing infrastructure and resulting in operation closer to grid stability limits. What new trends are emerging to help manage the energy transition in power grids?

  • 15.30 Afternoon Break
  • 16.00 IMPACT PANEL: ASEAN Clean Energy and Energy Smart Technologies to Redefine Power Partnerships

    Battery technology has advanced to a point where industrial-grade storage systems can now be employed to store unused energy. Now hydrogen is being positioned to replace our methane piped gas and LNG infrastructure. We review how energy and power innovators are breaking old paradigms to create a new clean energy baseload impact.

  • 16.00 -17.30 VIP Forum – Developing 100% Smart Meter Coverage

    By invitation Only

  • 16.45 THE BIG SWITCH PANEL: Creating the C&I Green Switch Pathway and Its Impact on the Utility Sector

    A growing number of companies in ASEAN, particularly multinationals that implement green policies or are listed as RE100 participants, are poised to adopt rooftop PV and other clean energy innovations. Regulatory changes and signals from the region’s population are paving the way for a significant shift in the C&I energy buyers’ market. We consider how this group is preparing for the challenges of a low carbon future and how utilities will be impacted.

  • 17.30 End of Day Two

ENSURING NETWORK TRANSFORMATION!

In a decentralised yet integrated energy future, electricity networks must be responsive to the changing demands for traditional services while enabling new opportunities for energy resource sharing and balancing.

ENSURING NETWORK TRANSFORMATION!

  • 09.00 Welcome Remarks - Supporting Grid Stability and Demand Side Innovations
  • 09.15 The Role of the Electrified Customer in the Shared Integrated Grid and Utility Future
  • 09.30 STRATEGY PANEL: Ensuring Power System Security in a Zero Net Emissions Future - Getting from Here to There

    Solar and wind power are zero-carbon technologies, but their variability could challenge grid stability if they are not properly balanced by sufficient storage and firm power. The other major challenge is ensuring that decarbonization is equitable and accessible by both high-income countries and low-income countries. Although renewables have become cost competitive, many low-income countries are extremely price sensitive and heavy industries such as steel, cement and chemical production are considered “hard to abate”. What do utilities see as a solution for transitioning their customers and distribution networks towards this zero net emissions future?

  • 10.15 Morning Break
  • 10.45 DIGITAL PANEL – Modernising China’s Power Grid by Incorporating 5G and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

    With strong government support, deregulation and general falling costs, investor interest in ASEAN smart grid technologies have risen substantially, with several large-scale projects progressing. But we still lag years behind the smart grid leaders. China is the most advanced smart grid country with approximately 500 pilot smart cities which incorporate advanced smart meters, energy storage technologies, 5G and AI technologies for urban management. We profile how Chinese utilities are boosting their performance using this new digital energy infrastructure.

  • 11.15 AMI PANEL: Achieving 100% Smart Meter Coverage and Scaling Up AMI Data Analytics

    It is clear from ASEAN’s first-generation AMI rollout that developing a robust procurement strategy and working hand-in-hand with new partners is crucial if you are to ensure your AMI system is future proofed. Here we share the views of the region’s smart metering leaders on how they moved from pilots to implementing large fleets of AMI meters and what the impact has been on their grid performance and customer relationships.

  • 12.00 STORAGE PANEL – Developing Storage Strategies for a Smart and Flexible Energy System

    Demand response, including both capacity turn-down and time-of-use load shifting; network interconnection; and gas-peaker plants that run on-call for a small number of hours per year, can all offer flexibility. However, the most compelling technology story is lithium-ion batteries. Batteries can shave peaks and can help PV meet demand when the sun has gone down, and wind meet demand when it’s not blowing. We consider new ways of integrating storage services within the flexible grid model.

  • 12.30 ELECTRIC TRANSITION PANEL: Building More Accurate Business Models for the ‘Electrification of Everything’ Future

    Electricity will become the most important form of energy in the future and the use of electrical energy in many other sectors will be crucial for the sustainable decarbonization of our daily lives. It follows that Big Oil faces an existential challenge in the decades ahead. Utilities also face big challenges. Barriers to market entry are lower than ever, given digitization, market liberalization and interest from new entrants. How can utilities protect themselves from Big Oil’s pivot to electrification and their existing grid edge business erosion?

  • 13.00 Strategic Conference Ends

CONNECTING YOU WITH ENERGY LEADERS DRIVING ASIA’S ENERGY TRANSITION & TRANSFORMATION

Past Speaker Leaders

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Sonthirat Sontijirawong

Minister

Ministry of Energy of the Kingdom of Thailand

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Kulit Sombatsiri

Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Energy of the Kingdom of Thailand

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Chansin Treenuchagron

President & CEO

PTT

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Viboon Rerksirathai

Governor

EGAT

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Phongsthorn Thavisin

President & CEO

PTTEP

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Andreas Pistauer

Chief Executive Officer for Siemens Energy Sdn. Bhd. & Head of Siemens Energy Asia-Pacific

Siemens

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Andrew Walker

Vice President LNG Strategy

Cheniere Energy

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Tom Earl

Chief Commercial Officer

Venture Global LNG

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Ranee Kositvanich

Assistant Governor - Fuel Management

EGAT

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Kanok Intharawijitr

Executive VP, Geosciences, Subsurface and Exploration Group

PTTEP

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Wuttikorn Stithit

Senior Executive VP, Gas Business

PTT Group

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Patana Sangsriroujana

Deputy Governor – Strategy

EGAT

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Dr Twarath Sutabutr

Director General

Ministry of Energy (Thailand)

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Dr. Sarawut Kaewtathip

Deputy Director‐General, Department of Mineral Fuels

Ministry of Energy (Thailand)

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Dr. Akarin Suwannarat

EVP & CTO

Energy Absolute

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Montri Rawanchaikul

Executive VP, Production Asset Group

PTTEP

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Rajnish Goswani

General Manager – LNG Marketing

Total Mozambique LNG

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Andrew Harwood

Research Director for Asia Pacific Upstream Oil & Gas

Wood Mackenzie

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Thepparat Theppitak

Deputy Governor - Power Plant Development and Renewable Energy

EGAT

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Doanh Chau

President

Vietnam Gas Group

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Vijay Krishnan

MD - Asia Pacific

Rystad Energy

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Thanasis Kofinakos

VP, Head of Gas and LNG Consulting APAC

Wood Mackenzie

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Mazin Al Lamki

COO

Mubadala Petroleum

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Natruedee Khositaphai

Executive VP, Strategy and Business Development Group

PTTEP

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Charles Magdelaine

Head of Energy & Infrastructure

VDB Loi

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John Quirke

Chief Technical Officer

MGen

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James Ooi

Partner

The Lantau Group

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Paramate Hoisungwan

Manager International Business Strategy

PTT, and Chair, ASCOPE

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Mark Hutchinson

VP, Power & Renewables

Wood Mackenzie

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Daniel Wiedmer

Unit Head for Greater Mekong Region, Private Sector Infrastructure Finance

Asian Development Bank

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Thomas Briault

Energy Advisory Leader, SEA

Arup

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Saar Ben-Attar

Director

Ascent Growth Partners

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Rahul Gupta

Solution Leader and Associate Partner

McKinsey & Company

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Don Stevenson

VP, Energy Supply & Conversion

Gas Technology Institute

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Nicholas Routledge

Managing Director

Aibel Thailand

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Nobuyuki Higashi

VP, Global Energy Marketing, Corporate Strategy and Planning

INPEX

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Mitsuhiro Kohara

GM, Engineering Department

Osaka Gas

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Abhishek Rohatgi

LNG Analyst

BloombergNEF

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Maria Sferruzza

President, Asia Pacific

Baker Hughes

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Imam Mul Akhyar

Division Head of LNG Global Venture,

PT PGN

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Prasertsak Cherngchawano

Assistant Governor-Corporate Strategy

EGAT

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Joseph Tomkiewicz

Partner & Co-Chair

Tilleke & Gibbins

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Mangesh Patankar

Director, Gas and LNG Consulting

Wood Mackenzie

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KianMin Low

Chief Development Officer

JERA Asia

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Olivier Duguet

CEO

The Blue Circle

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Douglas Wharton

VP Origination and Marketing, Asia

Cheniere Energy

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Alan Lau

President Director

PT Anglo Euro Energi Indonesia and Member of United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

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Ian Nguyen

MD, Origination and Government Relations

Delta Offshore Energy

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Ning Lin

Chief Economist, Bureau of Economic Geology Center of Energy Economics; Executive Director Global Gas, University of Texas at Austin

RBAC

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Brent Willey

Director of USA and International Operations

Iconic Energy Services

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Captain Walter P. Purio

Founding Director

LNG Marine Fuel Institute

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Stephane Maillard

General Manager

GTT South East Asia

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Patana Sansriroujana

Deputy Governor – Strategy

EGAT

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Asheesh Sastry

Managing Director and Partner

Boston Consulting Group

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Oystein Werner

Senior Director Executive Sales

Cognite AS

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Nibong Ungkurapinan

Assistant Project Manager, Meahongson Smart Grid Project and Chief, Civil and Coastal Engineering Department, FSRU Project

EGAT

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Tawatchai Sumranwanich

Generation and Transmission System Planning Division

EGAT

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Khalayakorn Suzuki

Chief, LNG Management Department Fuel Sourcing and Contract Management Division

EGAT

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Martin Lim

CEO

Electrify

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Joo Duk Vancoppenolle

Business Development Asia

Elia Grid International

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Edward Zhao

VP, Global Solution and Service

Envision Digital

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Nirmal Shani

Country Manager & Executive Director – South Asia

IHS Markit

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Momoyo Yuki

Deputy General Manager, New Business Promotion Office

Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd.

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Ed Lock

Managing Partner, McKinsey Transformation South East Asia

McKinsey & Company

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Dang Huy Dong

Deputy Minister

Ministry of Planning And Investment

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Dr Ping Lee

SVP, LNG Marketing – China and Southeast Asia

Next Decade

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Tadashi Teramine

Associate General Manager, Engineering Dept

Osaka Gas

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Shawn Denstedt

QC Vice Chair Western Canada

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

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Tony Segadelli

MD & Chief Engineer

OWL Energy

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Sompong Preeprem

Governor

Provincial Energy Authority

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Will Pulsford

Manager Consulting Asia-Pacific

Poten & Partners

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Syahrial Mukhtar

Director of Strategic & Business Development

PT PGN

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Worawat Pitayasiri

SVP Innovation & Digital

PTT Group

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Wittawat Svasti-Xuto

Chief Technology and Engineering Officer

PTT Group

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Sunee Areekul

Executive Vice President, Strategic Planning, Gas Business Unit

PTT

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Cherdchai Boonchoochauy

Executive Vice President, Natural Gas Supply & Trading

PTT Group

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Greg Kist

President and CEO

Rockies LNG Partners

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Harry Whitaker

Advisor, Gas and Power Market Development and Regulatory Affairs

Royal Dutch Shell

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Pierangelo Abela

Business Development

Saipem

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Nicolas Leong

SE Asia Regional Director

Wartsila

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Stuart Stott

SVP Project Development

Energy Capital Vietnam

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Zubin Postwalla

Grid Strategic Marketing Leader, Grid Solutions

GE Renewable Energy

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Tomas Tronstad

MD

HYON AS

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Jonas Berge

Senior Director, Applied Technology

Emerson Automation Solutions

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Sanand Sule

Co-Founder and India CEO

Climate Connect

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Jan Wigaard

Head of Concepts & Studies

Aibel

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Marc Allen

Technical Director

engeco

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Carsten Dommermuth

Senior Business Development Manager, Power Plants

MAN Energy Solutions SE

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Karlman Tham

Director, Asia Pacific

Excelerate Energy

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Prof. Dr. Svetlana Ikonnikova

Senior Energy Economist, Adjunct Professor Bureau of Economic Geology Center for Energy Economics

University of Texas at Austin

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Ankita Chauhan

Senior Renewable Analyst, Gas, Power, and Energy Futures

IHS Markit

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Abhishek Rohatgi

LNG Analyst

BloombergNEF

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Neil Semple

Principal Energy Consulting, Asia-Pacific

AFRY

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Hong Van

MD

Angelin Energy

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Thomas Briault

Energy Advisory Leader, SEA

Arup

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Saar Ben-Attar

Director

Ascent Growth Partners

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Matthew Tan

MD, Energy Practice

BRG

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Robert Fee

VP International Affairs and Commercial Development

Cheniere Energy

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Nibong Ungkurapinan

Assistant Project Manager, Meahongson Smart Grid Project and Chief, Civil and Coastal Engineering Department, FSRU Project

EGAT

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Chatchai Mawong

Director of Hydro and Renewable Energy Power Plant Development

EGAT

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Tawatchai Sumranwanich

Generation and Transmission System Planning Division

EGAT

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Chaiwat Thepveerakul

Senior Engineer, Demand-Side Management and Social Affairs Division

EGAT

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Awang Mu'awaludin Ahat

Regional Analyst APAC

Energy Industries Council

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Tony Regan

Lead Gas & LNG

Nexant, and committee member of the Energy Institute, Singapore

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Diletta Milana

Open Innovation, Artificial Intelligence

ENI Spa

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Howe Tian Ho

Regional Director

Envision Digital

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Seyed Mohsen Razavi (Mohsen)

Energy Technology Analyst

Gas Exporting Countries Forum

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Don Stevenson

VP, Energy Supply & Conversion

Gas Technology Institute

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Liming Qiao

Asia Director

Global Wind Energy Council

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Brent Willey

Director of USA and International Operations

Iconic Energy Solutions

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Nobuyuki Higashi

VP, Corporate Strategy and Planning

INPEX

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Sami Aoude

Senior Consultant

Intelligent Energy Systems

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Michael Lawson

Partner in Charge

King & Wood Mallesons

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Captain Walter P. Purio

Founding Director

LNG Marine Fuel Institute

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Monsoon Wang

Product Marketing Director

LONGi Solar

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Paul Jacobs

Director of Business Development

M&H

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Rebecca Somers

Partner

McKinsey & Company

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John Quirke

Chief Technical Officer

Mgen

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David Grassian

Process Safety Manager

Mubadala Petroleum

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Dr Ping Lee

SVP, LNG Marketing – China and Southeast Asia

Next Decade

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Shawn Denstedt

QC Vice Chair Western Canada

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

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Tommy Hendarto

Cost Engineer, LNG Technical Support Division

PT Pertamina

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Nipon Kanongchaiyot

VP, Business Development

PTT Group

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Bundit Pattanasak

SVP, Technology and Knowledge Management Division

PTTEP

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Ning Lin

Executive Director Global Gas

RBAC

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Naveen Balachandran

CEO

Ranemoi Energy

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Anton Finenko

Sales Operations Manager

Siemens

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Renaud Ledevehat

Research and Development Manager

TechnipFMC

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Olivier Duguet

CEO

The Blue Circle

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James Ooi

Partner

The Lantau Group

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Charles Magdelaine

Head of Energy & Infrastructure

VDB Loi

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Doanh Chau

President

Vietnam Gas Group

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Thanasis Kofinakos

VP, Head of Gas and LNG Consulting APAC

Wood Mackenzie

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Mangesh Patankar

Director, Gas and LNG Consulting

Wood Mackenzie

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Mark Hutchinson

VP, Power & Renewables

Wood MacKenzie

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Andrew Harwood

Research Director for Asia Pacific Upstream Oil & Gas

Wood Mackenzie

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Chan Yimrattanaboworn

Technical Solution Director Asia Pacific

INNIO

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Tanai Potisat

EVP & Asia Pacific Regional Hub Head, Transmission Products

Enapter

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Yulia Dobrolyubova

Head, Climate Policy & Finance

Asia-Pacific, South Pole