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17-19 May 2023
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
Bangkok, Thailand

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Taking place from 30 June – 2 July, Future Energy Asia 2021 Exhibition and Summit is the only and largest event dedicated to Southeast Asia’s energy transition and transformation. Endorsed by Thailand’s Ministry of Energy, co-hosted by EGAT and PTT, the event drives the region’s dialogue, knowledge sharing, innovations and project developments around the gas/LNG, renewables, and power sectors.

The technical conference is attended by industry specifiers, technical & project managers, and end users from across the energy matrix. Chosen papers and presenters will have an excellent opportunity to showcase innovations and success case studies to key decision makers actively leading Asia’s Energy Transition projects.

PRESENTER GUIDELINES

  • Presenters will be selected from speaking proposals submitted to the Executive Committee. Early submission is important to ensure time to review the paper proposals. The deadline is October 2020.
  • Prior to submission, management clearance must be obtained. Any issues concerning clearance should be outlined.
  • All presenters will be expected to produce speaking notes in the form of power-points and will provide copyright release to dmg events for sharing with delegates.
  • A proper review of your presentation idea requires that it contain adequate information on which to make a judgment. It should be written in English and be no more than 500 words setting out the objectives and/or scope of the proposed presentation.
  • The proposed presentation must contribute to utility services or technology or be of immediate interest to the power and water industry. Ideally it should contain new knowledge or experience.
  • Commercialism or sales pitches in your presentation at the event is not acceptable. We provide topic suggestions to better indicate the kind of presentation we seek. Our focus is upon practical implementation of the energy transition and digital transformation strategies.
  • Future Energy Asia assumes no obligation for expenses by presenters for travel, lodging, food, or other incidental expenses.
  • Accepted presenters will be offered a full conference ticket.
  • Some speaking slots will be reserved for sponsors and exhibiters
  • For further enquiries, please e-mail: conference@dmgevents.com

PICK YOUR TOPIC


EPC & Developer Stream (Energy and Power)
EPC & Developer Stream gives insights on successfully implementing mid-sized to large utility projects in energy and power. It is designed for international and local EPCs, utilities, IPPs, developers, and partners to better understand success requirements within complex project development. Compliance with the regulations, achieving finance, managing costs and timelines, concern for the environment and the well-being of staff and local communities have all gained in importance. See below for relevant topics.

 

  1. SUCCESSFUL ENERGY AND POWER EPC PROJECTS & PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

 

  1. General Principles for EPC-PPP Contract Negotiation

 

  1. Developing PPP Models for Energy and Power Projects to Achieve Capital Expenditure Reductions
  2. Comparing PPP Regulatory Frameworks Across ASEAN – Tendering and Advertising Rules
  • Consideration of Risk Allocation & ‘Value for Money’ Principles within Energy and Power Projects
  1. Business Models and Regulatory Requirements for Cross-Border Interconnections in ASEAN
  2. How to Promote Public-Private Partnerships in the Power Sector - Mobilizing Private Capital
  3. How the Global Energy Transition is Set to Disrupt the ASEAN Geopolitical and EPC Landscape
  • Developing Effective EPC Project Delivery Systems and EPC Contractor Evaluation Processes
  • Collaborative Contracting Agreements for Performance Improvement in Cost and Deliverables
  1. Risk Sharing - The Art of Identifying and Allocating Risk in an EPC Contract to Minimize Disputes
  2. Comparing Concessions, Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) and Design-Build-Operate (DBO) Projects

 

  1. EPC Contract Management – Towards Data-Centric, Simultaneous and Collaborative Models

 

  1. Impact of COVID-19 on EPC Project Performance in ASEAN Energy and Power Sectors
  2. Developing a Roadmap to Tackle Cost & Time Overruns on EPC Mega Energy and Power Projects
  • Understanding Dispute Resolution and Prevention in the ASEAN Region from EPC Contract
  1. Delivering EPC and PPP Project Management Processes in the Age of Digital Transformation
  2. Communication Strategies for Project Based Information Sharing and Cross-Office Collaboration
  3. Comparing Technological Software for Contract Management and Performance Management
  • Frameworks for Testing New Technologies and Integrating Innovative Solutions into Workflows
  • Managing Licensing Risk in New Build Power and Water Infrastructure Construction Contracts

 

  1. Providing for Local Content and Sustainable Development within EPC Contracts

 

  1. Sustainability and Implementation Strategies for ASEAN Local Content Policy Frameworks
  2. ASEAN Innovations in Local Content Contractual Elements within Infrastructure PPP Projects
  • EPC Experiences of Meeting Local Content Requirements in ASEAN Energy and Power Projects
  1. Sharing Development Plans and Business Partnership Opportunities in Developing New Projects
  2. Increasing Local Content in the Procurement of Infrastructure Projects in Low Income Countries
  3. Ensuring Local Content is a Mutually Beneficial Engagement between the EPC and Stakeholders
  • Local Content Monitoring and Assessment Models to Measure the Programme Effects Generated
  • Enhancing the Benefits of Local Content: Integrating Social and Economic Impact Assessment
  1. Developing a Transparent System for Local Contracting - Local Corporate Procurement Indicators
  2. Benchmarking Local Content Development Strategies and Outcomes in the ASEAN Region

 

  1. Providing for Project Finance, Investment and Tax Objectives

 

  1. Sourcing Renewable Energy Finance and Investment for ASEAN Project Developers
  2. Tax Implications Applied to the Foreign Contractor Carrying Out EPC Contracts in ASEAN
  • Adjusting Financing PPP Structures in ASEAN Projects for COVID-like Force Majeure Events
  1. Promoting Regional Content Policies to Facilitate Investment and Local Market Opportunities
  2. Multilateral and International Institutions Providing Financial Support for Regional Enterprises
  3. Evaluating the Factors that Led to Low-Priced Solar Electricity Projects in the ASEAN Region

 


 

  1. DEVELOPING CLEAN POWER PLANTS & RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

 

  1. Switching the Fuel Mix

 

  1. Developing and Building and Autonomous Efficient Combined Cycle Power Plant
  2. Bringing Power Generation to the Digital Age with Advanced AI & Machine Learning
  • Impact of Digital Operations and Maintenance Practices on Power Plant Performance
  1. Power Station New Builds: Insights into Financing and Project Management in ASEAN
  2. How EPC Firms Can Become Involved with New ASEAN Energy and Power Projects
  3. Pros and Cons of Coal-To-Gas Plant Conversions to Meet GHG Emission Compliance
  • Multi-Fuel Plant Solutions to Include LPG Power Generation for Utilities and IPPs

 

  1. Developing More Flexible Generation Processes

 

  1. Incorporating Hybrid Energy Power Systems & Solutions into Existing Generation Facilities
  2. Improving the Flexibility and Efficiency of Gas Turbine-Based Distributed Power Plants
  • Ensuring Fuel Flexibility and Effective Maintenance Using Fuel Oils and Gas Turbines
  1. Virtual Power Plants Using Solar Power, Battery Storage, and Flexible Gas Engines
  2. Integration of Large-Scale PV-Based Generation into Power Generation Models
  3. Using Data Analytics to Help Create More Flexible Power Generation

 

  1. Power Plant Emission and Pollution Control Systems
  2. Accessing GHG Emissions from Power Plants in ASEAN Countries and GHG Projects
  3. Pilot Projects for Carbon Capture and Storage for Near Zero Emission Power Plants
  • New Emission Control Regulations for Coal and Oil-Fired Power Plant in ASEAN
  1. Gas Cleaning Systems including Baghouse Cleaning, Fabric Filter Leak Detector, and ESP
  2. Software to Complement CAPAX for Achieving Emission Compliance and Sustainability Goals
  3. Power Plant Retirement, Decommissioning and Demolition Projects – Model Selection
  • Retrofitting Stronger CO2 Emission Control Systems in Fossil Fuel Power Plants

 


 

  1. Water-Energy Nexus in Generation

 

  1. Successful Power Plant Water Use Optimisation and Wastewater Treatment Plants
  2. Water Conservation Trends, Misconceptions, and Options for Water Scarce Countries
  • How to Effectively Minimize Power Plant Water Usage for ASEAN Power Stations
  1. Improving the Use of Air-Cooled Power Plants and Effective Ash Handling Techniques
  2. Strategies for Using Reclaimed Water in Power Plant Cooling Applications

 

  1. Developing and Integrating Solar and Wind Energy Assets

 

  1. Experiences of Developing and Integrating ASEAN Renewable Energy Projects
  2. ASEAN Utility-Scale Solar-Plus-Storage Plants for Peak Shaving and Grid Stability
  • Operational Advantages of Battery Storage Farms as an Alternative to Peaker Power Plants
  1. Accelerating Rooftop Solar Adoption in ASEAN for Residential and Commercial Applications
  2. Assessing the Post COVID Performance of ASEAN Renewables Programmes and Projects
  3. Developing Solar and Wind as a Future Low-Cost Energy Transition ‘Baseload Energy’ Solution
  • Building a HVDC ‘Super Grid’ to Support 100% Renewable Energy Sustainable Power Supply

 

  1. Improving Efficiency and Engineering in Fossil & Combined Cycle Plants

 

  1. The Intention is to cover a wide range of essential technology and processes including:
  • Boilers and Turbines
  • Heat Recovery Steam Generators
  • High-Energy Piping (HEP) Systems
  • Metallurgy & Failure Analyses
  • Cycle Chemistry

 

 

 

  1. BUILDING LNG-TO-POWER BUYERS INFRASTRUCTURE

 

  1. Negotiating LNG and Gas Supply Contracts

 

  1. LNG Demand: Comparing Buyers’ Strategies in North Asia and South East Asia
  2. Current Gas and LNG Outlook and Trends Including the Future of LNG Oil Indexation
  • How Will ASEAN Natural Gas and LNG Suppliers Navigate the Post-Coronavirus World?
  1. Destination Restrictions and Diversion Provisions in LNG Sale and Purchase Agreements
  2. Asian LNG Pricing and Trading Hubs including Spot/Short-Term LNG Market Analysis
  3. Building the LNG-to-Power IPP Procurement Programme – General Features and Problem Areas
  • LNG Contract Adjustments: Force Majeure, Change of Circumstances, Hardship, and Price Review
  • Impact of Government Regulations on the ASEAN LNG Market Expansion and Prospects

 

  1. Investment in the LNG Supply Chain

 

  1. Financing the Development of Gas Fields in the Context of Creating an LNG Supply Business
  2. LNG Project Risk in Post COVID Markets – Comparing Spot Market vs Long Term Contracts
  • Key Bankability Considerations for FSRU-to-IPP Project Structures in ASEAN Markets
  1. Comparing Generation Costs for LNG vs Coal Fired Power Plants in South East Asia
  2. Emergence of Multi-User LNG Terminal Model and the Impact on LNG Investments
  3. Comparing LNG Financing Structures: Integrated vs Separate Financing Models

 

  1. Developing Small Scale LNG Infrastructure

 

  1. ASEAN SSLNG Market Outlook and Regulations
  2. Opportunities and Challenges for Small-Scale LNG Commercialization
  • LNG for Off-Grid Industries and LNG as a Fuel for Heavy Duty Vehicles
  1. Developing Small-Scale LNG Plants for the ASEAN Bunker Fuel Market
  2. Small-scale LNG Terminals and Their Impact on Gas Market Diversification
  3. Supporting Remote Locations in ASEAN with an LNG Hub and Spoke Strategy
  • Small Scale LNG Transportation – From Small Carriers to Trailer Truck Distribution

 


 

  1. Developing Hydrogen-to-Power Decarbonisation Infrastructure

 

  1. How Hydrogen Empowers the Energy Transition and Offers Net Zero Emissions
  2. Establishing the Ground Rules of the Hydrogen Economy – Green vs Blue Hydrogen
  • Feasibility Studies into Commercialising Blue Hydrogen and the Decarbonisation of Methane
  1. Hydrogen Pathways: Natural Gas Reforming Using Natural Gas Pipeline Delivery Infrastructure
  2. Technical and Economic Conditions for Blending Hydrogen into Natural Gas Pipeline Networks

 

Tools of Trade Stream (Energy and Power)
This stream is intended to drill deeper into what “Integrated Transformation” means on the ground to fulfil energy transition and demand-side efficiency for energy and power. For utilities, the challenge is not just to review, optimize and transform existing processes and business models. It is to find completely new ways to conduct their business. In this regard, digital technology offers utilities new revenue models, as well as opportunities for process improvement and customer engagement across the utility chain.  See below for topic suggestions.

 

  1. DIGITAL TOOLS FOR POWER PLANTS

 

  1. Improving Operator Effectiveness & Plant Performance with Digital Tools

 

  1. Generation System Planning - Methods and Models for Load Forecasting and Capacity Planning
  2. Design and Maintenance of System-Wide Communications, Security, Protection and Controls
  • Moving from Preventive to Predictive Maintenance with Advanced Analytics in Power Plants
  1. Using of Digital Twin Technology Within Power Plants to Manage All Types of Operations
  2. Implementing an Operational Technology Network to Support the Digitalization Plan
  3. Using Technology to Enhance Plant Electrical Safety and Maintenance Operations
  • Obtaining More Value from Smart, Connected Power Plant Assets

 

  1. Remote Operations and Automation in Power Plants

 

  1. Remote Operations and Collaboration Rooms for On-site HMI/SCADA Control Systems
  2. Scaling Intelligent Automation - Best Practices Used by Utility ‘Automation Frontrunners’
  • Leveraging Digital Technologies to Achieve Global Fleetwide Performance Improvements
  1. Building a Drone Program and Robotic Inspections for Maintenance at Power Plants
  2. Power Plant Workforce of the Future - Closing the Skills Gap with Education
  3. Self-Optimising Combustion Control of an Oil-Fired Power Station Boiler

 

  1. Digital Solar and Wind Plants for Increased Asset Value
  2. Digital Platforms and the Future of Energy Forecasting and Provisioning
  3. Adopting Digital Twin Technology for Solar and Wind Power Generation
  • IoT-Enabled Renewable Energy Management Solution for Asset Monitoring
  1. Designing Automated Solar Tracking Systems for Renewable Energy Plants
  2. Approaches to Digital Operations and Maintenance for Solar and Wind Farms
  3. Using Digital Tools to Ensure Longer Duration of Energy Storage Assets
  • Utilization of Flexible Demand in a Virtual Power Plant Set-Up

 

  1. SMART GRID AND SMART METERING ROLLOUTS

 

  1. Setting Up Smart Grid Roadmaps, Pilots, and Implementation Programs

 

  1. Comparing ASEAN Utility Investments in Smart Technologies and Digital Operations
  2. Understanding Thailand’s Smart Grid Ambitions for Advanced Network Deployment
  • Digital Upgrades to Support Chinese Belt and Road Initiative and Global Energy Grid
  1. Smart Grid Deployment – Utility as EPC and Outsourcing Project Management Roles
  2. Addressing the Smart Grid Procurement Framework and Ensuring Skilled Manpower
  3. Financing Mechanisms to Drive Smart Grid Deployment and Incentivise Private Sector
  • Building Blocks of Smart Grid: Ensuring Hardware and Software Transformation
  • Sharing Experiences from ASEAN’s Smart Meter Reading Pilot Projects
  1. Legal Aspects of the Smart Grid and Smart Metering Infrastructure

 

  1. Implementation Strategies to Utilise the Full Capabilities of Smart Meters

 

  1. Comparing Asian Market Models and Regulation of Smart Meter Implementation
  2. Smart Metering Ownership and Finance Models – The Evolution to Outsourced Services
  • Measuring the Value of Implementing Smart Meters for Distributed Network Operators
  1. Flexible Deployment Models to Help Utilities Mitigate Technology Risks and Reduce Costs
  2. Ensuring Utility IT Systems Are Capable of Supporting Real Time Smart Meter Data Analytics
  3. Selecting Interoperable Next Gen Meters to Ensure Cost-Efficient AMI Cycle Management
  • Stand-Alone and Integrated Smart Metering Prepayment Solutions for Low Income Customers
  • Robust AMI Procurement Strategies for Long-Term Accountability and System Reliability
  1. Extracting Value from Customer Meter Data Analytics in Smart Water Meter Programs
  2. Beyond Smart Meters - Pushing the Envelope of Demand Response

 

  1. Developing a Communication Infrastructure for the Smart Grid and Smart Metering
  2. M2M Communications in the Smart Grid: Applications, Standards, Enabling Technologies
  3. Ensuring End-to-end Service Availability and Performance for Smart Grid and Smart Metering
  • Wireless Network Architecture for Future Smart Grid Machine to Machine Communications
  1. The Role of Power Line Communications in the Smart Grid: Applications and Challenges
  2. Cabling Innovations - 5G Trends Impacting Deploying Next-Gen Fiber-to-the-Meter
  3. Performance of Private LTE for Smart Grid and Smart Meter Communications
  • Hybrid Communication Architectures for Distributed Smart Grid Applications
  • Narrowband Radio Frequency (RF) Smart Mesh Networks

 

  1. Big Data Analytics Platforms for Connected Data-Driven Business Solutions

 

  1. Analytics as Strategy: Integrating Analytics to Drive Customer Value and Operational Excellence
  2. Comparing Performance of Cloud-Based Software Platforms for Big Data Analytics in Smart Grids
  • Immersive Data Visualization Tools to Store, Analyze, and Process Power and Water Data
  1. Data Protection Impact Assessments for Smart Grid and Smart Metering Environments
  2. Real Time Predictive Analytics for Optimizing Energy Asset Lifecycles

 

  1. ENSURING LOAD MANAGEMENT FLEXIBILITY

 

  1. Digital Substation Automation Systems for Managing the Energy Transition

 

  1. Digital Transformation for Substations Enabling a Stronger, Smarter and Greener Grid
  2. Grid Monitoring Platforms to Retrofit Aging Substations and Distribution Feeders
  • Using Global Standards for Effective Substation Automation Protection and Control
  1. GIS Applications for Distribution Substation Planning and Load Forecasting

 

  1. Improving the Performance of Transformer Fleets in Power Distribution Networks

 

  1. Global Trends in Modernising Transformers for Central and Distributed Generation
  2. Mitigating the Risk of Aging Power Transformer Failure with Online Monitoring Systems
  • Tools for Managing Power Losses in Transformers Within Distribution Electric Networks
  1. Transformers for Wind and Solar Generation: Installation and Operation Characteristics
  2. Digital Power Transformers: The Internet of Energy and its Impact on Transformer Design

 

  1. Grid Upgrades for Renewable Integration, Load Management and Mass Electrification

 

  1. Super Grid or Smart Grid: Comparing Strategies for Large-Scale Integration of Renewables
  2. Managing Grid Stability and Reliability at the Overall Network Level Using DERMS Software
  • Demand Side Management of Smart Grid: Load Shifting and Customer Incentive Programs
  1. Smart Grid 2.0 – The Internet of Energy, Distribution Automation and Smart Meters
  2. Electric Vehicles Charging Infrastructure and Dynamic Load Management Systems
  3. Integration of Energy Storage in Smart Grids: Technologies and Applications
  • Renewable Energy Microgrid Controls and Grid Integration Systems
  • Energy Sharing and Management for Prosumers in Smart Grids

 

  1. DIGITAL TOOLS FOR STAFF AND CUSTOMERS

 

  1. Meeting the Demands of the Mobile Workforce and Field Service Management

 

  1. How Field Teams Can Adopt Post COVID Lessons to Improve Future Business Operations
  2. Developing the Case for Adopting Cloud Based Digital Workforce Management Systems
  • How the Internet of Things Is Transforming the Field Service Industry and Its Software
  1. Augmented and Virtual Reality to Minimize Operational Costs and Improve Safety
  2. GIS System Integration to Create More Comprehensive Utility Field Scenarios

 

  1. Action Plans for Training a Digitally-Savvy and Client-Centric Workforce

 

  1. Digital Skill Outsourcing and the Impact on Inhouse Human Asset Management
  2. The Impact of the Coronavirus on HR and The New Normal for Workplaces
  • Developing Diversity and Inclusion Programs for Digital Innovation Projects
  1. Recruiting Digitally Savvy Staff for Smart Grid and Smart Meter Projects
  2. The Role of Utility HR as a Business Enabler of Digital Transformation
  3. Engaging the Workforce in a Major Digital Transformation Project

 

  1. Digital Customer Engagement and New Customer Services

 

  1. Delivering Utility Customer Value with Analytics and the Digital Grid
  2. Energy-as-a-Service: Expanding Deployment of Low-Carbon Technologies
  • Customer Preferences and Serving Payments in the Age of Instant Gratification
  1. Building Effective Customer Self Service Portals to Ensure Loyalty and Engagement
  2. Customer Engagement Strategies for Successful Smart Meter Deployment Programmes
  3. Connected Customers in the Age of Smart Meters and Smart Electric Vehicle Charging
  • Facing the Omnichannel Challenge - Behavioural Metrics to Help Engage Customers
  • Consumer Engagement and End-use Savings - Incentives and Energy Efficiency Behaviours

 

  1. Electrification of Everything and the Future of Utility Services

 

  1. Asian Utilities Reaction to Disruption – Energy Transition and Digital Transformation
  2. How Electrification of Transportation Will Change Everything for Utilities Business Models
  • Preparing the Mass Electrification Strategy to Guide Regulators, Stakeholders, and Investors
  1. Energy Consumption Patterns and Environmental Impacts in the Age of Mass Electrification
  2. Distributed Hybrid Power Systems and Their Role in the Electrification of Everything Future
  3. The Pivot to Consumer Driven Energy and Impact on Utility Business Models and Services

 

 

Taking place live and in-person from 20 - 22 July 2022, Future Energy Asia 2022 Exhibition and Summit is the only and largest event dedicated to Southeast Asia’s energy transition and transformation.

Endorsed by Thailand’s Ministry of Energy, co-hosted by EGAT and PTT, the event drives the region’s dialogue, knowledge sharing, innovations and project developments around the gas/LNG, renewables, and power sectors.

The technical conference will be attended by industry specifiers, technical & project managers, and end users from across the energy matrix. Chosen papers and presenters will showcase innovations and success case studies to key decision makers actively leading Asia’s Energy Transition projects.

DEVELOPING CLEAN PROJECTS & RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

ASEAN has set a lofty goal for clean & renewable energy: by 2025, renewables will account for 23% of the region’s primary energy source. Southeast Asia’s renewables sector represents US$281 billion investment opportunities between 2018 and 2025. After COP26, the emphasis and urgency of decarbonization has become every greater, as countries pledge to net zero pathways.

  • 11.00 - 11.15 Case Study: Hybrid Solar Development
  • 11.15 - 11.35 Energy Storage for the Micro-Grid
  • 11.35 - 11.55 Bioenergy & the Clean Energy Transition
  • 11.55 - 12.15 Energy Transition Pathways and Future Grids Optimization using PLEXOS
  • 12.15 - 12.30 Data Centres Race for Power
  • 12.30 - 12.45 Operating Battery Storage to Support Decarbonization
  • 12.45 - 13.00 Integration of Renewable Energy – Challenges and Solutions from Electricity Network Perspective
  • 13.00 - 13.05 Protecting Life & Assets with Effective Cable & Pipe Sealing Transits
  • 13.05 - 13.20 Decarbonising Power Sector
  • 13.20 - 14.00 Lunch Break and Networking Session
  • 14:00 - 14.15 Combining Energy as a Service Solutions to Increase Energy Efficiency and Reduce Carbon Emissions
  • 14:15 - 14.30 Afternoon Break and Networking Session
  • 14.30 - 14.45 On, Off & Under: Review of some Western Australian Experiences with Distributed Energy Resources & Opportunities for Southeast Asia
  • 14.45 - 15.00 Integrating The Biomethane Gas into The Existing Indonesian Gas Market
  • 15.00 - 15.15 Rooftop Solar PV in Universiti Putra Malaysia: A Route to Net-Zero Carbon Initiative
  • 15.15 - 15.30 Recycled Polymer from Industrial Waste as Loss Circulation Material in Drilling Operations
  • 15.30 - 15.45 7-Step Innovative HVAC Approach to Robustly Improve Energy Efficiency in Buildings
  • 15.45 - 16.00 Improve Productivity for Solar Rooftop EPC by using Solar design and CRM software
  • 16.00 - 16.15 100% Renewable Energy for ASEAN
  • 16:15 - 16.30 Renewable Energy Technologies for the Low-Carbon Energy Transition
  • 16.30 - 16.45 Rooftop Solar Corporate PPAs: The Importance of Bankable Project Documents to the Energy Transition
  • 16.45 - 17.00 Application of New Generation EIS System for Energy Storage System to Improve Fire Safety & Life Span
  • 17:00 - 17.15 Leveraging Big Data and Analytics for Asset Performance Management
  • 17.15 - 17.30 Preparing Our Grids for a Decentralized & Bi-Directional Future
  • 17.30 - 17.30 End of Technical Conference Day One

CARBON CAPTURE, UTILIZATION & STORAGE

Carbon capture, utilization & storage (CCUS) technologies are expected to play a key role in ASEAN’s race to net zero. CCUS can reduce emissions from Southeast Asian’s current energy and industrial assets while supporting burgeoning prospects linking with green/blue hydrogen and ammonia generation.
This track will highlight trail-blazing technical innovations and case studies with best practices from the region and beyond.

  • 10.00 - 10.15 A Geo-logy Led Assessment of Potential CCS Networks in Southeast Asia
  • 10.15 - 10.30 CO2 Geological Storage: Digital Tools for Screening & Maturation of Marketable Volumes
  • 10.30 - 10.45 Pathway to Net Zero Emission for Numaligarh Refinery with Sustainable Alternative Fuels
  • 10.45 - 11.00 Developing Supportive Regulatory Frameworks for CCS Operations in Southeast Asia
  • 11.00 - 11.15 Shipboard Carbon Capture
  • 11.15 - 11.30 A Large-Scale Offshore CCS Full Value Chain Solution for Southeast Asia
  • 11.30 - 11.45 CCUS Technology Development Consortium
  • 11.45 - 13.00 Lunch Break and Networking Session

BUILDING LNG-TO-POWER INFRASTRUCTURE

Over the last decade, ASEAN’s economy has grown consistently, resulting in expanding markets for many power sources, including LNG. Wood Mackenzie expects it to provide over 50% of the region’s gas supply. Recently, we have seen a slew of LNG-to-power plants planned in the region, in the transition to a cleaner, secure, and accessible energy future.

This track will shed light on the important aspects of Southeast Asia’s LNG sector developments, various applications & alternative comparisons.

  • 13.00 - 13.15 Addition of Membrane Containment System to API 620 & 625
  • 13.15 - 13.30 Transporting Power on Water with Liquified Natural Gas – A Contiguous Approach to Delivering Constant & Stable Electricity to Meet Changing Demands Over Time
  • 13.30 - 13:45 Software Solutions for LNG Import in The Energy Transition
  • 13:45 - 14.05 Case Study: Higas Small Scale LNG Terminal

DIGITAL TOOLS, SMART GRIDS

International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that Southeast Asia needs $1.2 trillion through to 2040, to modernize and electricity grids. Utilizing digital tools and modernizing the grid will hold the key for Southeast Asia to integrate more renewable energy into its power systems, which in turn will help the region diversify its energy portfolio and meet its sustainability commitments.

The track will showcase the immense opportunities and options to leverage on data, digital tools, AI to make power generation, transmission, and consumption smarter.

  • 14.05 - 14.20 Consumer-Centric and Sustainable Electricity System
  • 14.20 - 14.35 Digitalizing Power Plant Construction & Maintenance
  • 14.35 - 14.50 SF6-Free: Sustainable Growth with MV Innovation
  • 14.50 - 15.10 Enhancing Energy Efficiency with Digital Tools
  • 15.10 - 15.25 Hardware and Performance Optimization for HVAC Based AI and Diagnostic Platform in Thailand
  • 15.25 - 15.40 Opportunities & Challenges on Digital Technologies for Efficient Building in ASEAN Region
  • 15.40 - 15.55 Advanced Analytics and Domain Expertise in Baker Hughes Drive Predictive Performance
  • 15.55 - 16.10 Implementation of OPERCOM Method to Manage Pre-Commissioning & Commissioning in Petrochemical Industry Case Study: Methanol Production Petrochemical Complex
  • 16.10 - 16.25 Digital Twin Application in The Power Sector
  • 16:25 - 16.40 AVEVA – Shaping a Sustainable Future with a Resilient Grid
  • 16:40 - 16.55 Cyber Physical – The New Battleground for Energy Industry and Criminals
  • 16:55 - 17.10 Advancing Grid Management with Digital Tools
  • 17:10 - 17.25 Enabling Distributed Energy Future – Mapping Low Voltage Networks Using Smart Meter Data
  • 17:25 - 17.40 Case Study from Taiwan: The Road to Smart Cities and Key Learning Lessons
  • 17:40 - 17.55 Reserved for Baker Hughes
  • 17:55 - 17.55 End of Technical Conference Day Two

HYDROGEN

Southeast Asia is only getting started with hydrogen development, but the potential of transforming once coal-dependent nations to net zero sources is strong.

This track will draw expertise from across the globe to discuss plausible pathways to economical production of hydrogen and across value chain, and pilots and case studies that Southeast Asia can learn from.

  • 10.00 - 10.15 Potential of Green Steel Driven by Green Hydrogen
  • 10.15 - 10.30 Decarbonization Opportunities Through Offshore Green Hydrogen
  • 10.30 - 10.45 Large scale PtX technologies by Uhde – Key to advancing green chemicals value chain
  • 10.45 - 11.00 Developing The Supply Chain of Hydrogen Fuels
  • 11.00 - 11.40 Panel: ASEAN & low-carbon hydrogen
  • 11.40 - 12.10 PTT Perspective on Hydrogen Technology
  • 12.10 - 12.25 Australia’s Potential to Supply Hydrogen Fuels, Renewable Electricity & Green Metals in a Future Decarbonized Asia Pacific Economy
  • 12.25 - 12.40 The APAC Hydrogen Network: Where Are the Opportunities?
  • 12.40 - 12.55 Reducing the Cost of Producing Green Hydrogen via Wind Turbines
  • 12.55 - 13.10 Cause and Effects of Hydrogen Leakage Protection and Mitigation Measures
  • 13.10 - 13.25 Harnessing the Power of Your Intellectual Property in Energy Industry Joint Ventures
  • 13.25 - 13.40 Clean Energy and Transition to Hydrogen
  • 13.40 - 13.55 Green Hydrogen: Hype or Hope?
  • 13.55 - 13.55 End of FEA Technical Conference

Taking place live and in-person from 17-19 May 2023, Future Energy Asia 2022 Exhibition and Summit is the only and largest event dedicated to Southeast Asia’s energy transition and transformation.

Endorsed by Thailand’s Ministry of Energy, co-hosted by EGAT and PTT, the event drives the region’s dialogue, knowledge sharing, innovations and project developments around the gas/LNG, renewables, and power sectors.

The technical conference will be attended by industry specifiers, technical & project managers, and end users from across the energy matrix. Chosen papers and presenters will showcase innovations and success case studies to key decision makers actively leading Asia’s Energy Transition projects.

TECHNICAL CONFERENCE TOPICS

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Developing clean & renewable energy projects

  • The future of floating PV in Southeast Asia
  • Case study: Rooftop solar in C&I setting
  • Driving solar panel innovation with new materials
  • Solar plus battery storage project financing
  • Case study: Hybrid solar deployment
  • Zero emission gas power plants
  • Innovations in wind turbine tech
  • Innovations in energy storage tech & material
  • Energy storage for the micro-grid
  • Bioenergy & the clean energy transition
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Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage

  • Case study: Scaling up a CCUS project
  • Game-changer CO2 capture technologies
  • New technologies in CO2 utilitization and/or storage
  • Innovations in CO2 transportation methods
  • Direct carbon capture from air technologies
  • Leveraging oil and gas reservoirs for capture carbon
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Building LNG-to-Power infrastructure

  • Legal landscape of LNG-to-Power in Asia emerging markets
  • Financing LNG-to-Power projects
  • The opportunities and costs of LNG as transition fuel
  • Prospects of LNG-to-Power in Asia emerging markets
  • Small scale LNG projects
  • LNG-to-Power: Turning prospects into realities
  • FSRU vs Land-based terminal
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Digital tools, smart grid

  • Digital twin applications in the power sector
  • Big data in the digital power plant
  • Enhancing energy efficiency with digital tools
  • Digitizing power plant maintenance
  • Virtual reality (VR) application in the power plant
  • Advancing grid management with digital tools
  • Accelerating smart grid development with new transformer tech
  • AI & the smart grid
  • Application of smart metering & demand response in Southeast Asia
  • Preparing our grids for a decentralized & bi-directional future
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Hydrogen (One-day Programme)

  • Panel: ASEAN & low-carbon hydrogen
  • Panel: Making hydrogen economy possible with low-cost tech
  • Hydrogen: the future of energy storage?
  • Hydrogen in city gas mix and its impact
  • Recent advancements in electrolysis technologies
  • Should blue hydrogen replace natural gas?
  • Developing the supply chain of hydrogen fuel
  • Case study: hydrogen pilot/testbed and lessons learned
  • Blue hydrogen case study – considerations, challenges and solutions
  • Green hydrogen via wind projects
  • Case study: green hydrogen powered by solar PV
  • Potential of green steel driven by green hydrogen

REGISTER TO ATTEND

2021 TECHNICAL PROGRAMME TOPICS

The technical programme delivers insights on successful implementation of mid-sized to large projects in energy and power. It is designed to, via project showcases, for international and local EPCs, utilities, IPPs, developers, technology providers to demonstrate the best practices in complex project development.
  1. DEVELOPING CLEAN POWER AND RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS Click For More Info
    1. x
    2. Switching the Fuel Mix
    3. Developing More Flexible Generation Processes
    4. Power Plant Emission and Pollution Control Systems
    5. Water-Energy Nexus in Generation
    6. Developing and Integrating Solar and Wind Energy Assets
    7. Improving Efficiency and Engineering in Fossil & Combined Cycle Plants
  2. BUILDING LNG-TO-POWER INFRASTRUCTURE Click For More Info
    1. x
    2. Negotiating LNG and Gas Supply Contracts
    3. Investment in the LNG Supply Chain
    4. Developing Small Scale LNG Infrastructure
    5. Developing Hydrogen-to-Power Decarbonisation Infrastructure
  3. SUCCESSFUL DELIVERY OF PROJECTS & PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Click For More Info
    1. x
    2. General Principles for EPC-PPP Contract Negotiation
    3. EPC Contract Management – Towards Data-Centric, Simultaneous and Collaborative Models
    4. Providing for Local Content and Sustainable Development within EPC Contracts
    5. Providing for Project Finance, Investment and Tax Objectives
  4. DIGITAL TOOLS, SMART GRID Click For More Info
    1. x
    2. Improving Operator Effectiveness & Plant Performance with Digital Tools
    3. Remote Operations and Automation in Power Plants
    4. Digital Solar and Wind Plants for Increased Asset Value
    5. Setting Up Smart Grid Roadmaps, Pilots, and Implementation Programs
    6. Implementation Strategies to Utilise the Full Capabilities of Smart Meters
    7. Developing a Communication Infrastructure for the Smart Grid and Smart Metering
    8. Big Data Analytics Platforms for Connected Data-Driven Business Solutions
  5. EV Click For More Info
    1. x
    2. Infrastructure development: battery, charging stations, grid inter-connections
    3. Innovation in business models
    4. Pilot projects rollout: lessons learned
    5. Partnership between government, grid operator, EV companies.
  6. ENERGY EFFICIENCY Click For More Info
    1. x
    2. Solar & wind power
    3. Gas, LNG pipeline
    4. Energy power & harmonics
    5. Energy intensive industries
    6. Green buildings

Future Energy Asia 2022 Technical Conference Program

Date: 20 – 22 July 2022

Venue: Online & BITEC Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand

Technical Content Partners:

2022 Technical Conference Agenda

DEVELOPING CLEAN PROJECTS & RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

ASEAN has set a lofty goal for clean & renewable energy: by 2025, renewables will account for 23% of the region’s primary energy source. Southeast Asia’s renewables sector represents US$281 billion investment opportunities between 2018 and 2025. After COP26, the emphasis and urgency of decarbonization has become every greater, as countries pledge to net zero pathways.

  • 11.00 - 11.15 Case Study: Hybrid Solar Development
    SPEAKER
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    Dr. Matthias Beisler

    Managing Director

    ILF Consulting Engineers (Asia) Ltd.

  • 11.15 - 11.35 Energy Storage for the Micro-Grid
    SPEAKER
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    Shuquan Tang

    General Manager

    IHI

  • 11.35 - 11.55 Bioenergy & the Clean Energy Transition
    SPEAKER
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    Chris Chatterton

    Chief Operating Officer

    Methanol Institute

  • 11.55 - 12.15 Energy Transition Pathways and Future Grids Optimization using PLEXOS
    SPEAKER
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    Dante Recalde

    Head of Solutions (APAC)

    Energy Exemplar

  • 12.15 - 12.30 Data Centres Race for Power
    SPEAKER
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    Daniel Morby

    CTO

    Quettil Hydrogen

  • 12.30 - 12.45 Operating Battery Storage to Support Decarbonization
    SPEAKER
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    Marnie Shaw

    Research Leader

    Australian National University

  • 12.45 - 13.00 Integration of Renewable Energy – Challenges and Solutions from Electricity Network Perspective
    SPEAKER
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    Chirag Mistry

    Technical Application (CEAP), Grid Automation/ Grid Solutions, GE Renewable Energy

    GE Renewable Energy

  • 13.00 - 13.05 Protecting Life & Assets with Effective Cable & Pipe Sealing Transits
    SPEAKER
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    Lin Dingxiang

    Managing Director

    Roxtec

  • 13.05 - 13.20 Decarbonising Power Sector
    SPEAKER
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    Greg Monteith

    Business Development Manager- Energy Management Markets, Asia Pacific

    Cummins

  • 13.20 - 14.00 Lunch Break and Networking Session
  • 14:00 - 14.15 Combining Energy as a Service Solutions to Increase Energy Efficiency and Reduce Carbon Emissions
    SPEAKER
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    Oscar Loza

    Group Head of Business Development, Sales and Offering Management

    Berkeley Energy Commercial Industrial Solutions (BECIS)

  • 14:15 - 14.30 Afternoon Break and Networking Session
  • 14.30 - 14.45 On, Off & Under: Review of some Western Australian Experiences with Distributed Energy Resources & Opportunities for Southeast Asia
    SPEAKER
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    Tarek Ketelsen

    Managing Director

    AMPERES

  • 14.45 - 15.00 Integrating The Biomethane Gas into The Existing Indonesian Gas Market
    SPEAKER
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    Yales Vivadinar

    Managing Director

    PetroRaya

  • 15.00 - 15.15 Rooftop Solar PV in Universiti Putra Malaysia: A Route to Net-Zero Carbon Initiative
    SPEAKER
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    Zainal Kadir

    Professor

    Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)

  • 15.15 - 15.30 Recycled Polymer from Industrial Waste as Loss Circulation Material in Drilling Operations
    SPEAKER
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    Zatil Afifah Binti Omar

    R&D Chemist

    OVA CHEM

  • 15.30 - 15.45 7-Step Innovative HVAC Approach to Robustly Improve Energy Efficiency in Buildings
    SPEAKER
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    Pumitorn Siriachakul

    Operation Manager

    Samsub Distributor Limited

  • 15.45 - 16.00 Improve Productivity for Solar Rooftop EPC by using Solar design and CRM software
    SPEAKERS
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    Ploynapat Jaroenkocharit

    SolarSTEP Project Manager

    New Energy Nexus Thailand

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    Chalermpon Satayavutipong

    CEO & Founder

    Sunolar Technology

  • 16.00 - 16.15 100% Renewable Energy for ASEAN
    SPEAKER
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    Ken Baldwin

    Professor

    Australian National University

  • 16:15 - 16.30 Renewable Energy Technologies for the Low-Carbon Energy Transition
    SPEAKER
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    Andrew Waite

    Sales Director, Renewables

    Babcock & Wilcox

  • 16.30 - 16.45 Rooftop Solar Corporate PPAs: The Importance of Bankable Project Documents to the Energy Transition
    SPEAKER
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    David Beckstead

    Partner

    Chandler MHM

  • 16.45 - 17.00 Application of New Generation EIS System for Energy Storage System to Improve Fire Safety & Life Span
    SPEAKER
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    DongKyun Kim

    Associate Director

    BSD

  • 17:00 - 17.15 Leveraging Big Data and Analytics for Asset Performance Management
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    Fakhri Nordin

    Principal Consultant, Pre-Sales APM

    AVEVA

  • 17.15 - 17.30 Preparing Our Grids for a Decentralized & Bi-Directional Future
    SPEAKER
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    Pierre Lelong

    Director

    ENEA Consulting Singapore

  • 17.30 - 17.30 End of Technical Conference Day One

CARBON CAPTURE, UTILIZATION & STORAGE

Carbon capture, utilization & storage (CCUS) technologies are expected to play a key role in ASEAN’s race to net zero. CCUS can reduce emissions from Southeast Asian’s current energy and industrial assets while supporting burgeoning prospects linking with green/blue hydrogen and ammonia generation.
This track will highlight trail-blazing technical innovations and case studies with best practices from the region and beyond.

  • 10.00 - 10.15 A Geo-logy Led Assessment of Potential CCS Networks in Southeast Asia
    SPEAKER
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    Chris Consoli

    Geologist

    Global CCS Institute

  • 10.15 - 10.30 CO2 Geological Storage: Digital Tools for Screening & Maturation of Marketable Volumes
    SPEAKER
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    Diego Vazquez Anzola

    Technical Director

    Asia Pacific Energy Solutions (APES)

  • 10.30 - 10.45 Pathway to Net Zero Emission for Numaligarh Refinery with Sustainable Alternative Fuels
    SPEAKER
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    Geetali Kalita

    Chief Manager (Technical Services-Energy & Utilities)

    Numaligarh Refinery Limited

  • 10.45 - 11.00 Developing Supportive Regulatory Frameworks for CCS Operations in Southeast Asia
    SPEAKER
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    Ian Havercroft

    Principal Consultant – Policy, Legal & Regulatory

    Global CCS Institute

  • 11.00 - 11.15 Shipboard Carbon Capture
    SPEAKER
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    Jacob Genauar

    Managing Director

    Longitude Engineering Pte Ltd

  • 11.15 - 11.30 A Large-Scale Offshore CCS Full Value Chain Solution for Southeast Asia
    SPEAKER
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    Ronald Chew

    Business Development Manager

    Altera Infrastructure

  • 11.30 - 11.45 CCUS Technology Development Consortium
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    Varong Pavarajarn

    Ph.D., Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering

    Chulalongkorn University

  • 11.45 - 13.00 Lunch Break and Networking Session

BUILDING LNG-TO-POWER INFRASTRUCTURE

Over the last decade, ASEAN’s economy has grown consistently, resulting in expanding markets for many power sources, including LNG. Wood Mackenzie expects it to provide over 50% of the region’s gas supply. Recently, we have seen a slew of LNG-to-power plants planned in the region, in the transition to a cleaner, secure, and accessible energy future.

This track will shed light on the important aspects of Southeast Asia’s LNG sector developments, various applications & alternative comparisons.

  • 13.00 - 13.15 Addition of Membrane Containment System to API 620 & 625
    SPEAKER
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    Jon Tan

    Business Development Manager

    GTT Southeast Asia

  • 13.15 - 13.30 Transporting Power on Water with Liquified Natural Gas – A Contiguous Approach to Delivering Constant & Stable Electricity to Meet Changing Demands Over Time
    SPEAKER
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    Luke Chang

    Director Business Development (APAC)

    Wison Clean Energy Pte Ltd

  • 13.30 - 13:45 Software Solutions for LNG Import in The Energy Transition
    SPEAKER
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    Magnus Ulseth

    Director - LNG & Midstream Products

    Quorum Software

  • 13:45 - 14.05 Case Study: Higas Small Scale LNG Terminal
    SPEAKER
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    Sean Hughes

    Commercial Director

    Avenir LNG

DIGITAL TOOLS, SMART GRIDS

International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that Southeast Asia needs $1.2 trillion through to 2040, to modernize and electricity grids. Utilizing digital tools and modernizing the grid will hold the key for Southeast Asia to integrate more renewable energy into its power systems, which in turn will help the region diversify its energy portfolio and meet its sustainability commitments.

The track will showcase the immense opportunities and options to leverage on data, digital tools, AI to make power generation, transmission, and consumption smarter.

  • 14.05 - 14.20 Consumer-Centric and Sustainable Electricity System
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    Carlo Degli Esposti

    Business Partner

    Elia Grid International SA/NV

  • 14.20 - 14.35 Digitalizing Power Plant Construction & Maintenance
    SPEAKER
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    Marc Smaluhn

    CEO

    ToolkitX

  • 14.35 - 14.50 SF6-Free: Sustainable Growth with MV Innovation
    SPEAKER
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    Weili Ding

    MV Category & Channel Director – APAC

    Schneider Electric

  • 14.50 - 15.10 Enhancing Energy Efficiency with Digital Tools
    SPEAKER
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    Jonas Berge

    Senior Director – Applied Technology

    EMERSON

  • 15.10 - 15.25 Hardware and Performance Optimization for HVAC Based AI and Diagnostic Platform in Thailand
    SPEAKER
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    Denchai Woradechjumroen

    CEO

    TIE Smart Solutions

  • 15.25 - 15.40 Opportunities & Challenges on Digital Technologies for Efficient Building in ASEAN Region
    SPEAKER
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    Rio Jon Piter Silitonga

    Research Analyst

    ASEAN Centre for Energy

  • 15.40 - 15.55 Advanced Analytics and Domain Expertise in Baker Hughes Drive Predictive Performance
    SPEAKER
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    Daniele Porciani

    Knowledge Services Business Developer

    Baker Hughes

  • 15.55 - 16.10 Implementation of OPERCOM Method to Manage Pre-Commissioning & Commissioning in Petrochemical Industry Case Study: Methanol Production Petrochemical Complex
    SPEAKER
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    Farshid Madanifar

    Commissioning Manager

    MAPNA Group

  • 16.10 - 16.25 Digital Twin Application in The Power Sector
    SPEAKERS
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    Jovian Cheung

    Senior Engineer

    Electrical & Mechanical Services Department – HKSAR

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    Xu Zhao

    Professor

    The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

  • 16:25 - 16.40 AVEVA – Shaping a Sustainable Future with a Resilient Grid
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    Michael Luo

    Senior Presales Engineer

    AVEVA

  • 16:40 - 16.55 Cyber Physical – The New Battleground for Energy Industry and Criminals
    SPEAKER
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    Naveen Selvam

    APAC Program Manager

    ABS Group

  • 16:55 - 17.10 Advancing Grid Management with Digital Tools
    SPEAKER
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    Matthew Wapples

    Director – Business Growth

    KrakenFlex

  • 17:10 - 17.25 Enabling Distributed Energy Future – Mapping Low Voltage Networks Using Smart Meter Data
    SPEAKER
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    Reza Razzagi

    Lecturer

    Monash University

  • 17:25 - 17.40 Case Study from Taiwan: The Road to Smart Cities and Key Learning Lessons
    SPEAKER
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    Chen-Yu LEE Ph.D. (Leo)

    Director

    Taipei Smart City Project Management Office

  • 17:40 - 17.55 Reserved for Baker Hughes
    SPEAKER
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    Daniel Cheng

    Cybersecurity Solution Architect

    Baker Hughes

  • 17:55 - 17.55 End of Technical Conference Day Two

HYDROGEN

Southeast Asia is only getting started with hydrogen development, but the potential of transforming once coal-dependent nations to net zero sources is strong.

This track will draw expertise from across the globe to discuss plausible pathways to economical production of hydrogen and across value chain, and pilots and case studies that Southeast Asia can learn from.

  • 10.00 - 10.15 Potential of Green Steel Driven by Green Hydrogen
    SPEAKER
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    John Pye

    Associate Professor

    Australian National University

  • 10.15 - 10.30 Decarbonization Opportunities Through Offshore Green Hydrogen
    SPEAKER
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    Arnaud Roux

    Field Development Group Manager

    Subsea7

  • 10.30 - 10.45 Large scale PtX technologies by Uhde – Key to advancing green chemicals value chain
    SPEAKER
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    Karan Bagga

    CTO

    thyssenkrupp Uhde Australia

  • 10.45 - 11.00 Developing The Supply Chain of Hydrogen Fuels
    SPEAKER
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    Benjamin Bruns

    Product and Business Manager

    Beckhoff Automation GmbH & Co. KG

  • 11.00 - 11.40 Panel: ASEAN & low-carbon hydrogen
    SPEAKERS
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    Dang Thanh Tung

    Strategy Department

    Petrovietnam

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    Winnie Huynh

    Founder & CEO

    The Green Solutions

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    Tanai Potisat

    Business Analyst

    Enapter

    MODERATOR
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    Dr. Neil D'Souza

    Principal Consultant

    Argus Media

  • 11.40 - 12.10 PTT Perspective on Hydrogen Technology
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    Dr. Thana Sornchamni

    Manager, New Energy Technology Research Department

    PTT PLC

  • 12.10 - 12.25 Australia’s Potential to Supply Hydrogen Fuels, Renewable Electricity & Green Metals in a Future Decarbonized Asia Pacific Economy
    SPEAKER
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    Ken Baldwin

    Professor

    Australian National University

  • 12.25 - 12.40 The APAC Hydrogen Network: Where Are the Opportunities?
    SPEAKER
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    Madana Nallappan

    Regional Analyst

    Energy Industries Council (EIC)

  • 12.40 - 12.55 Reducing the Cost of Producing Green Hydrogen via Wind Turbines
    SPEAKER
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    Robert Young

    President

    Praxis Energy Partners

  • 12.55 - 13.10 Cause and Effects of Hydrogen Leakage Protection and Mitigation Measures
    SPEAKER
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    Srikanth Nagarajan

    Construction Support Engineer

    Fluor

  • 13.10 - 13.25 Harnessing the Power of Your Intellectual Property in Energy Industry Joint Ventures
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    Sher Hann Chua

    Consultant

    Tilleke & Gibbins

  • 13.25 - 13.40 Clean Energy and Transition to Hydrogen
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    Bharat Abhyankar

    Process & HSE Engineering Leader, Engineering & Development Services - BV Operations

    Black & Veatch

  • 13.40 - 13.55 Green Hydrogen: Hype or Hope?
    SPEAKER
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    Mathieu Geze

    Director Asia

    HDF Energy

  • 13.55 - 13.55 End of FEA Technical Conference