The global rules for energy are shifting. This transformation of the energy landscape prompts the urgent need to shape policies and strategies to ensure a sustainable energy future. The fifth annual SIEW provides a vital platform that brings together top policymakers, industry players and commentators to develop new energy solutions. SIEW aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and discussions on these pertinent energy issues, in close collaboration with their counterparts and key private-sector practitioners.
Shaping a New Energy Landscape
This year's SIEW will take place against the backdrop of a rapidly changing global energy landscape. Developments such as the emergence of unconventional gas, safety concerns with regard to nuclear energy and rising importance of climate change considerations have challenged long-held assumptions about the world's future energy mix. This is why we have chosen the theme "Shaping a New Energy Landscape" for SIEW 2012, to reflect the need for government and industry leaders to re-examine the issues facing the energy sector, and map a pathway to a new energy future.
SIEW 2011 Highlights
For the 31 Oct-4 Nov 2011 run, SIEW was proud to bring together more than 20,000 participants from over 80 countries and 550 exhibitors to share and discuss the key issues in securing our energy future. Speakers included International Energy Agency's former Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka (photo above); UAE's Energy Minister Mohamed Bin Dha'en Al Hamili; Mr Hiroshi Asahi, Director-General for Energy and Environmental Policy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan; Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, President of the Board of Trade, the UK's Vince Cable; and Dato' Sri Idris Jala, Minister in the Prime Minister's Office & CEO of PEMANDU.
SIEW 2012 Agenda
Join us for Singapore International Energy Week 2012 and learn more about energy challenges, best practices and solutions in Asia Pacific and elsewhere. This is your opportunity to meet industry colleagues and peers to trade knowledge and experiences that will further our collective goal in achieving a sustainable, secure energy future.
The following conferences are confirmed: