According to International Energy Agency (IEA), CCUS in Southeast Asia could reach at least 35 megatons of CO2 per year by 2030, roughly equal to the current level of CO2 captured globally. And to achieve this level of deployment, the region will require about US$1 billion investment annually from 2025 to 2030.

This zone will feature gas to power, LNG bunkering, storage, LNG transfer, FLNG, FSRU, infrastructure technologies, and latest advances and pilots in carbon capture technologies.  

Topics to be discussed at Future Energy Asia:

Strategic Summit

  • Keynote Address: US LNG and Its Role in Decarbonising ASEAN’s Energy Transition
  • Keynote: Natural Gas and Partnership Opportunities to Meet ASEAN’s Energy Transition Goals
  • Global Leaders Panel: Decarbonisation & GHG Commitment - Gas and LNG as Cleaner Fuels to Bridge ASEAN’s Energy Transition
  • Global Leaders Panel: The Role of Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage in Asia’s Decarbonisation Agenda
  • Global Leaders Panel: Asia LNG Buyers’ Perspectives & Strategies towards 2030 Post COVID
  • Global Leaders Panel: New Applications for LNG-to-Power, Small-Scale LNG Solutions and LNG Bunkering in Southeast Asia

Technical Conference Programme

  • 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
  • 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