A major challenge in ASEAN markets is how to integrate clean energy within the power fuel mix
Renewables are the future, but should natural gas and LNG take the place of coal in bridging that future? Should we incentivise the oil and gas industry to diversify their energy strategies? Will the Energy Transition take a different form in ASEAN?
Innovative Power Solutions for a Better Life
1. RE Grid Integration Strategies
Renewable Energy is the key climate solution, making RE grid integration a key topic of our time. We all realize that RE is an intermittent power and is fluctuated by weather.Therefore, it is our main responsibility to cope with these issues ensuring system stability. The RE Grid Integration focuses on how to harmonize existing power grid with future RE penetration, whilst system reliability and security remain.
2. RE Integration Solutions to be Firm Power Supply
To address more in detail of how to overcome the intermittency of RE, this workshop is aimed to provide knowledge on the technologies that enable RE as firm power supply and share experiences on how to integrate these technologies over the grid. Also, this talk will touch upon “EGAT EEC”- the RE integration solutions showcase that brings advanced renewable technologies, including Biomass, Biogas, BESS, and hydrogen storage system, integrate with EGAT inverter to demonstrate and harmonize all these technologies in one solution.
3. Thailand Strategic RE (Community Power Plant)
The Energy for All scheme is aimed at bringing waste-to-power generation to each local community. This workshop addresses the policy framework with the concept of one community-one power plant, what are the key drivers to push forward these projects, who are the stakeholders, and discussion on what technology is the best fit for each community power plant.
It’s likely almost half of Asia Pacific’s gas demand will be satisfied by LNG imports by 2040. Buyers will consist of a diversified group with different needs. Already LNG industry mainstays like destination clauses, long-term contracts and oil indexation, are morphing into something resembling a modern, fundamentals-driven commodity market. What other changes are buyers likely to force on LNG sector?
Southeast Asia used to be known for its rich oil fields, however this resource is now depleting fast. The region needs to attract partners with extensive technical experience in oil exploration and development. Our panel reviews what ASEAN NOCs and international partners are looking for.
Our panel reviews the impact of the energy transition on new energy infrastructure – from the build-out of the SSLNG strategy, to the development of related grid connected infrastructure.