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15-17 May 2024
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
Bangkok, Thailand

OFFICIALLY HOSTED BY

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CO-LOCATED WITH

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600 +

INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS

300 +

MINISTERIAL, STRATEGIC, TECHNICAL, INNOVATION & PARTNER CONFERENCE SESSIONS

2,500 +

CONFERENCE DELEGATES

22,000 +

GLOBAL ENERGY & MOBILITY ATTENDEES

350 +

EXHIBITING COMPANIES

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PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

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FUTURE ENERGY ASIA STRATEGIC SUMMIT

Future Energy Asia’s Strategic Summit will amplify the voices of CEOs and policymakers from Asia and beyond. Across a wide range of keynotes and panel discussions, attendees will hear vital insights into the trends, challenges and opportunities shaping the energy sector today.

From the big questions, such as the role of hydrocarbons in the global energy transition, to practical challenges around energy affordability and hydrogen distribution, Future Energy Asia’s Strategic Summit will be the region’s foremost platform for discussions about the future of the energy sector. 

STRATEGIC SUMMIT SPEAKERS

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Dr. Phirun Saiyasitpanich

Director-General

Department of Climate Change and Environment (DCCE)

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Darmawan Prasodjo

President Director

PT PLN (Persero)

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Somruedee Chaimongkol

Chief Executive Officer

Banpu Public Company Limited

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Sudharma Yoonaidharma

Commissioner

Energy Regulatory Commission, Thailand

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Niwat Adirek

CEO and President

BCPG Public Company Limited

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Dr. Harald Link

Chairman

B. Grimm

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Sunil Veetil

Regional Head of Sustainability, Asia Pacific

HSBC Commercial Banking

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Hanif Siraf

COO

TNB Renewables (Tre)

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Low Kian Min

Chief Renewables Officer

Gentari

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Helene Burger

Head of International Cooperation and Sustainability, APAC

Airbus

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Kelvin Wong

Managing Director Energy Renewables & Infrastructure

DBS Bank

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Don Lam

CEO and Founding Partner

VinaCapital

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Fabrizio Zarcone

Country Manager

The World Bank

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Olivier Duguet

CEO and Co-founder

The Blue Circle

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Renaud Meyer

Resident Representative

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

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Dr Hong Peng Liu

Director

Energy Division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)

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Yoshitaka Hidaka

Director for Energy Transformation Strategy

Japan Bank for International Coorperation (JBIC)

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James Kim

President/ CEO

Approtium

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Toshiro Kudama

Head of Asia Pacific Operations, JERA Co., Director and Vice Chair

JERA Asia 

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Chen Ping Shang

Head of Strategy, Planning & Finance, Hydrogen

Gentari

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Rawee Boonsinsukh

Senior Executive Vice President of Operations

BCPG PLC 

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Bobby G. Fondevilla

Executive Director

Board of Investment, Philippines

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Yoshito Suzuki

General Manager

Engineering Planning Department, Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation

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Anatol Feygin

Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer

Cheniere Energy

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Christophe Malet

Senior Vice President Upstream LNG

Hanas New Energy Group

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Julien Perez

Vice President, Strategy & Policy

Oil & Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI)

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Marci Rose Baranski

Programme Management Officer, Industry and Economy Division

United Nations Environment Programme

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Ian Havercroft

Acting Head of Knowledge

Global CCS Institute

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Masumi Takanashi

Project Director

Global Coordination Division, Hydrogen and CCS Project , Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC)

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Dr Pisut Painmanakul

Director, Carbon Institute for Sustainability

Chulalongkorn University

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Peter Godfrey

Managing Director Asia Pacific

Energy Institute

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Thanyaporn Krichtitayawuth

Executive Director

Global Compact Network Thailand

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Yoshi Sato

Director, New Energy (Asia Pacific)

SLB

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Jonas Berge

Senior Director, Applied Technology

Emerson Automation Solutions

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Narsingh Chaudhary

President - Asia Pacific & India

Black & Veatch

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Wen-Bin Qian

Vice President of Clean Hydrogen, Apac

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CONFERENCE THEMES

 

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TRANSITIONING ASIA TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRALITY

TRANSITIONING ASIA TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRALITY

Energy trilemma revolves around harmonising the often-opposing objectives of energy security, environmental sustainability, and economic affordability. Ensuring accessible energy prices has long been the top priority for Asian economies on their journey to net zero. The question remains: how will the region simultaneously meet the demands of carbon neutrality while striking a balance between maintaining a dependable energy supply, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and offering affordable rates to businesses and consumers? Governments, industries, and communities collaborate to navigate this complex path, actively seeking innovative solutions and policy frameworks to address the energy trilemma and shape a sustainable, low-carbon future, all the while safeguarding their economies and energy systems.

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UTILISING GAS AS TRANSITION FUEL: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE

UTILISING GAS AS TRANSITION FUEL: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE

The use of gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) is pivotal in responding to rising energy demands while reducing carbon emissions. Asia's industrialisation and urbanisation have increased energy needs, making gas and LNG attractive options for cleaner energy transition. Simultaneously, investments in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies and methane abatement projects underscore Asia's commitment to curbing emissions. This comprehensive approach positions the region as a vital contributor to global efforts towards net zero.

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HARNESSING HYDROGEN, AMMONIA AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS

HARNESSING HYDROGEN, AMMONIA AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS

Building a hydrogen economy is not without its challenges. Overcoming issues related to cost, infrastructure, and scalability is essential. Despite the challenges, the global push towards a hydrogen economy is gaining momentum while hydrogen hubs are starting to emerge in Asia. Governments, industries, and research institutions worldwide are investing in research, development, and infrastructure to make this vision a reality. The transition to a hydrogen economy represents a critical step in the pursuit of a sustainable, low-carbon future, promising cleaner energy, reduced emissions, and a pathway to combating climate change.

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INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

Renewable energy in Asia has surged as a critical response to energy security and environmental concerns. Home to one of the world's fastest-growing economies, Asia is increasingly investing in wind, solar, hydropower, and biomass sources. The development and investments in renewables are reshaping the region's energy landscape, fostering innovation, reducing emissions, and promoting sustainability.
Challenges in renewable energy development include intermittency of energy sources, requiring efficient energy storage solutions, and navigating regulatory complexities. However, these challenges present substantial opportunities for investment in advanced technologies and infrastructure, fostering the seamless integration of renewable energy into the grid.

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DRIVING INTERCONNECTIVITY FOR ASEAN’S POWER GRID

DRIVING INTERCONNECTIVITY FOR ASEAN’S POWER GRID

The ASEAN region is embracing a critical transformation in its energy infrastructure, aimed at fostering sustainability and interconnectivity. Strengthening the grid is vital to enable multilateral electricity trade, uphold shared decarbonization goals, and tap into the region's rich renewable energy resources. This initiative not only attracts investments in low-carbon projects but also creates new markets, bolsters energy reliability, and streamlines the energy supply chain while minimizing redundancy. Interconnected grids, exemplified by the Laos-PDR-Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore Power Integration Project, illustrate the region's progress towards a unified ASEAN Power Grid, marking a milestone in its journey toward a more resilient, cost-effective, and accessible energy.

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DIGITALISATION, A KEY ENABLER FOR ENERGY TRANSITION

DIGITALISATION, A KEY ENABLER FOR ENERGY TRANSITION

As the energy landscape evolves, operators face the challenge of managing an increasing number of energy resources and growing demand. To address this, complex communication systems to effectively oversee distributed energy resources (DER) and maintain network reliability are being developed. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) play a pivotal role in monitoring supply and demand, reducing infrastructure costs, and ensuring a resilient grid. The future grid's success relies on digital technologies, requiring new investments. The digital twin, encompassing network and asset twins, identifies potential risks, streamlining maintenance and facilitating smarter network utilization. This paves the way for a more intricate and efficient grid system, accommodating electric vehicle charging points and solar panels with minimal human intervention.

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STRATEGIC SUMMIT THEMES

 

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TRANSITIONING ASIA TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRALITY

TRANSITIONING ASIA TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRALITY

Energy trilemma revolves around harmonising the often-opposing objectives of energy security, environmental sustainability, and economic affordability. Ensuring accessible energy prices has long been the top priority for Asian economies on their journey to net zero. The question remains: how will the region simultaneously meet the demands of carbon neutrality while striking a balance between maintaining a dependable energy supply, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and offering affordable rates to businesses and consumers? Governments, industries, and communities collaborate to navigate this complex path, actively seeking innovative solutions and policy frameworks to address the energy trilemma and shape a sustainable, low-carbon future, all the while safeguarding their economies and energy systems.

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UTILISING GAS AS TRANSITION FUEL: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE

UTILISING GAS AS TRANSITION FUEL: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE

The use of gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) is pivotal in responding to rising energy demands while reducing carbon emissions. Asia's industrialisation and urbanisation have increased energy needs, making gas and LNG attractive options for cleaner energy transition. Simultaneously, investments in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies and methane abatement projects underscore Asia's commitment to curbing emissions. This comprehensive approach positions the region as a vital contributor to global efforts towards net zero.

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HARNESSING HYDROGEN, AMMONIA AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS

HARNESSING HYDROGEN, AMMONIA AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS

Building a hydrogen economy is not without its challenges. Overcoming issues related to cost, infrastructure, and scalability is essential. Despite the challenges, the global push towards a hydrogen economy is gaining momentum while hydrogen hubs are starting to emerge in Asia. Governments, industries, and research institutions worldwide are investing in research, development, and infrastructure to make this vision a reality. The transition to a hydrogen economy represents a critical step in the pursuit of a sustainable, low-carbon future, promising cleaner energy, reduced emissions, and a pathway to combating climate change.

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INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

Renewable energy in Asia has surged as a critical response to energy security and environmental concerns. Home to one of the world's fastest-growing economies, Asia is increasingly investing in wind, solar, hydropower, and biomass sources. The development and investments in renewables are reshaping the region's energy landscape, fostering innovation, reducing emissions, and promoting sustainability.
Challenges in renewable energy development include intermittency of energy sources, requiring efficient energy storage solutions, and navigating regulatory complexities. However, these challenges present substantial opportunities for investment in advanced technologies and infrastructure, fostering the seamless integration of renewable energy into the grid.

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DRIVING INTERCONNECTIVITY FOR ASEAN’S POWER GRID

DRIVING INTERCONNECTIVITY FOR ASEAN’S POWER GRID

The ASEAN region is embracing a critical transformation in its energy infrastructure, aimed at fostering sustainability and interconnectivity. Strengthening the grid is vital to enable multilateral electricity trade, uphold shared decarbonization goals, and tap into the region's rich renewable energy resources. This initiative not only attracts investments in low-carbon projects but also creates new markets, bolsters energy reliability, and streamlines the energy supply chain while minimizing redundancy. Interconnected grids, exemplified by the Laos-PDR-Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore Power Integration Project, illustrate the region's progress towards a unified ASEAN Power Grid, marking a milestone in its journey toward a more resilient, cost-effective, and accessible energy.

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DIGITALISATION, A KEY ENABLER FOR ENERGY TRANSITION

DIGITALISATION, A KEY ENABLER FOR ENERGY TRANSITION

As the energy landscape evolves, operators face the challenge of managing an increasing number of energy resources and growing demand. To address this, complex communication systems to effectively oversee distributed energy resources (DER) and maintain network reliability are being developed. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) play a pivotal role in monitoring supply and demand, reducing infrastructure costs, and ensuring a resilient grid. The future grid's success relies on digital technologies, requiring new investments. The digital twin, encompassing network and asset twins, identifies potential risks, streamlining maintenance and facilitating smarter network utilization. This paves the way for a more intricate and efficient grid system, accommodating electric vehicle charging points and solar panels with minimal human intervention.

STRATEGIC SUMMIT PROGRAMME

Wednesday 17 May 2023

Thursday 18 May 2023

Friday 19 May 2023

09:00 10:15

Joint Opening Ceremony:
Future Energy Asia 2023 and Future Mobility Asia 2023

Strategic Summit Theatre

10:15 11:00

VIP Exhibition Tour & Coffee and Networking Break

11:00 12:00

Transforming the Energy Value Chain: Fostering Technology Innovation and Transfer

Transforming the Energy Value Chain | Strategic Summit Theatre

12:00 12:15

Keynote Address: The Future of LNG in Asia: Navigating Dynamic LNG Markets to Support ASEAN’s Energy Security and Transition.

Keynote Address | Strategic Summit Theatre

12:15 13:00

Decarbonising the Energy Value Chain: Building the Case for Gas and LNG in Asia’s Energy Transition

Global Leaders Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

13:00 14:00

Lunch Break & Networking

14:00 14:40

The Importance of Regional Partnerships to Support Energy Transition and Manage Supply Chain Complexity

International Collaboration Spotlight Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

14:40 15:20

The Pivotal Role of Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage in Asia’s Decarbonisation Pathways

Strategic Summit Theatre

15:20 15:40

Afternoon Break & Networking

15:40 16:30

Planning for Transition: E&P in the Net-Zero Era

Upstream Leaders panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

16:30 17:15

Accelerating Investment in Renewable Project Development

Renewable Leaders panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

17:30 17:30

End of Day One

09:00 09:15

Keynote Address: Pathway to net-zero

Keynote | Strategic Summit Theatre

09:15 09:20

Forging a Greener Thai Economy: Crucial Role of Carbon Reduction

Strategic Summit Theatre

09:20 09:50

Panel discussion: CCUS Consortium Progress Update and Key CCUS Project Collaborations

Panel discussion | Strategic Summit Theatre

09:50 10:00

Carbon Capture & Utilisation Technology Update

Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage | Strategic Summit Theatre

10:00 10:30

Panel Discussion: Formation of Carbon Institute for Sustainability (CBiS)

Panel discussion | Strategic Summit Theatre

10:30 11:15

Attracting and Securing Public and Private Funding for ASEAN Renewable, Gas and Grid Projects

Global Leaders Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

11:15 12:00

Navigating Changing Gas, LNG Markets

ASEAN LNG Buyers Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

12:00 12:30

Standardising the Carbon Offset Market: Mitigating ‘Greenwashing’ with an ESG-integrated Approach

Corporate RE Procurement Spotlight & Carbon Offset Mechanism | Strategic Summit Theatre

12:30 13:15

Powering the Smart Grid Revolution: Leveraging Digitisation to Support Decentralisation

ASEAN Future Grid Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

13:15 14:00

Lunch Break & Networking

Lunch Break & Networking | Strategic Summit Theatre

14:00 14:45

Floating and Utility Scale Solar: ASEAN Market Review, Growth Potential towards 2030 and Spotlight Markets

Floating Solar and Utility Scale Solar Projects in Focus | Strategic Summit Theatre

14:45 15:15

Blue Hydrogen in Focus: A key transition fuel or smokescreen for emissions?

Blue Hydrogen in Focus | Strategic Summit Theatre

15:15 15:45

Coffee & Networking

Coffee & Networking | Strategic Summit Theatre

15:45 16:30

Making wind bankable: key success factors for achieving LCOE

Wind Spotlight Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

16:30 17:15

Global Leaders Panel : Opportunities for LNG-to-Power, Small-Scale LNG Solutions and LNG Bunkering in Asia

Global Leaders Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

17:15 18:00

Rooftop Solar Spotlight Panel: A Calalyst for Decentralization and a ‘Prosumer’ Driven Energy Market?

Rooftop Solar Spotlight Panel | Strategic Summit Theatre

18:00 18:00

End of Day Two

09:00 10:00

Delivering a Transformative Energy System: Attracting and Retaining Talent

Energy Leadership Diversity Spotlight | Strategic Summit Theatre

10:00 10:45

Realising the Global Hydrogen Economy: Integrating Policies and Standards Across the H2 Value Chain

Green Hydrogen Spotlight | Strategic Summit Theatre

10:45 11:15

Navigating the energy conundrum: Diversifying Southeast Asia's energy mix for enhanced security and sustainability

Strategic Summit Theatre

11:15 12:00

Enhancing Data Centre Sustainability and Resilience with Innovative Energy Solutions

Powering Data Centres | Strategic Summit Theatre

12:00 12:45

Energy Storage as Key to Scaling up Renewables Integration and Stabilising the Grid

Energy Storage in Spotlight | Strategic Summit Theatre

12:45 12:50

Close of Event

Closing Keynote | Strategic Summit Theatre

Wednesday 17 May 2023

Thursday 18 May 2023

Friday 19 May 2023

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TESTIMONIAL

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“The Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Conference is really important – you have all the key players, you can see future trends, have in-depth discussions in terms of what it means and how you make it real. You can also see where the industry is moving. Siemens has quite a significant spend on research and development and being here helps us to direct our efforts in terms of what are the trends and where we should put our money for the next technology wave that’s coming.”

Joseph McMonigle
Secretary General
International Energy Forum

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