Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Conference
to Spotlight Strategies & Dialogue Mapping Asia’s Gas, LNG & Energy Future
Asia’s population is set to rise to 5.3 billion by 2050 according to the United Nations (UN). With this growth, Asia’s economy is expected to triple by 2040. Bolstered by the rapid pace of its socio-economic development, the continent is will face varied challenges in the gas, LNG & energy sector.
Is Asia energy-ready for this growth & expansion?
At present, the Asian energy mix & value chain is driven by the transformation of its constituent countries to a more sustainable, reliable and self-sufficient energy future.
The Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Conference (FEA) 2018 will be held at BITEC in Bangkok from 12 - 14 December 2018 and brings together the complete gas, LNG, oil & energy value chain to one meeting & networking platform.
The exhibition & conference provides a valuable knowledge-sharing and industry networking opportunity, where conference delegates and attendees can gain insights on new happenings within the region and learn first-hand from government leaders, integrated energy companies, clean-tech providers, industry entrepreneurs and other key stakeholders. Combining efforts and drawing this industry’s resources together to shape Asia’s energy strategy and meet its future energy needs, more than 8,000 trade attendees, 800 conference delegates, 300 strategic and technical conference speakers and 200 exhibiting companies are expected to join the event.
The Future Energy Mix to 2030 will see key energy ministers and industry decision makers address essential conversations vital to Asia’s energy transformation goals. Keynote speakers include:
• Dr Siri Jirapongphan, Minister of Energy, Thailand
• Mr Chansin Treenuchagorn, President and CEO of PTT Public Company Limited (PTT)
• Mr Viboon Rerksirathai, Governor of Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
The 3-day Strategic Conference will feature strategic topics of discussion such as:
• Harmonising of regional energy policies
• Promotion of industry-wide collaboration – balancing the use of hydrocarbons with renewable energy sources to meet Asia’s energy needs
• Rethinking oil & gas companies’ strategies in a new energy era
• Successful development of energy infrastructure for emerging Asian economies
• The greening of Asia: energy implications; future mobility & fuels transition – planning for success and many more.
Additionally, FEA 2018 will host free-to-attend Technical Conference Sessions at the Centers of Technical Excellence (COTES) across 3 days of the event and will address more than 45 technical disciplines. The technical conference agenda will focus on upstream field development & strategic planning, gas & LNG development & technology, upstream field development & strategic planning, 4.0 digital energy systems, power generation & utilities, downstream & refining and transmission & distribution.
Future Energy Asia 2018 is endorsed by Ministry of Energy of Thailand and is co-hosted by Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) and PTT Public Company Limited (PTT). It is also supported by the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB).
The exhibition & conference serves as an all-encompassing platform for industry associates to discuss, debate and embrace future energy scenarios and solutions.
Future Energy Asia 2018 is organised by dmg events & Exposis Co., Ltd.
The organisers remain committed to helping the growing international energy community.
For more information and registration, visit www.futureenergyasia.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org