Topic: Decarbonisation and Rebound - ASEAN Energy Sector Outlook for 2022
Date: 27 January 2022, Thursday
Time: 4.00PM – 5.00PM (SGT, GMT +8)
Dr. Twarath Sutabutr
Chief of Inspector General
Ministry of Energy Thailand
Dr. Andrew Walker
Vice President Strategy and Communication
Dr. Akarin Suwannarat
Special Assistant to CEO and EVP
Asia Pacific & India Regional Leader
Turbomachinery, Baker Hughes
Partner and Head of Asia Pacific Rystad Energy
The global momentum to tackle climate change has gained pace since COP26 including Southeast Asia. ASEAN countries made pledges towards net zero in 2021. Strong COVID-19 recovery has driven robust energy demand growth and the energy commodities crunch in 2021, however, cast challenges for secure, affordable and low-carbon energy access.
The 2022 outlook for ASEAN’s energy sector is cautious optimistic amidst the ongoing pandemic, driven by the economic developments and growing energy needs. The climate agenda has affirmed the role of gas and accelerated the renewables investment. Notably the oil & gas sector has embraced the energy transition through shift in strategies, investment in low carbon technologies, such as carbon capture, energy storage and digitalisation.
Key discussion areas
a. Economic outlook for 2022, implications for the ASEAN energy sector
b. Leveraging on the role of gas & LNG in decarbonising ASEAN’s power sector
c. The renewables sector growth opportunities
d. The rise of low carbon and digital technologies, such as carbon capture, hydrogen
The webinar provides you with the insights into the ASEAN’s energy sector rebound, outlook, and investment opportunities.