Singapore Energy Summit

ORGANISER Energy Market Authority
DATE 23 October 2017
VENUE Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands Singapore
URL www.ema.gov.sg

Singapore Energy Summit (SES) is qualified for 3 PDUs by PEB

The Singapore Energy Summit (SES) is a platform for strategic panel discussions on key energy issues. Featuring energy ministers and industry CEOs, the SES provides SIEW delegates with strategic insights into the current developments in the global energy landscape and how energy stakeholders could address the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Session 1: Rethinking Energy

11:00 – 12:15 hrs

The global economy is set to pick up pace, but growth remains uneven. Imbalances between demand and supply continue to weigh down energy prices. At the same time, geopolitical developments, including a possible shift to more inward-looking policies, could potentially dampen international trade. This panel will explore how we need to rethink policies and strategies to address current challenges whilst identifying new opportunities amidst global uncertainty.

  • In light of the current energy supply and demand imbalance, what are some of the challenges and opportunities that await?
  • How can policymakers and companies remain agile in their response to the evolving energy landscape?
  • How can Asia play a greater role in fostering greater energy cooperation and integration?

Keynote Address

Fatih-Birol

Dr Fatih Birol

Executive Director

International Energy Agency (IEA)

Liu Zhenya

Liu Zhenya

Chairman

Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO)

Panel Discussion

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H.E. Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili

Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water

Malaysia

MazakazuToyoda

Prof Masakazu Toyoda

Chairman & CEO

The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

Neil McGregor

Neil McGregor

Group President & CEO

Sembcorp Industries

Moderator

Simon-Tay

Prof Simon Tay

Chairman

Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA)

Session 2: Slow Road to Recovery? The Outlook for Oil & Gas

12:15 – 13:15 hrs

With efforts to boost prices and bring markets back to balance, oil prices appear to be on the slow road to recovery. At the same time, US shale production has increased and pipeline infrastructure projects have restarted. However, investments for future supply remain uncertain, given supply constraints amongst some producers.

  • What is the role of oil & gas in the energy mix?
  • Given global uncertainty, what is the outlook for upstream investments to secure supplies for the long-term?
  • As oil & gas companies integrate other fuel sources such as renewables, what will the future of the oil industry look like?

Keynote Address

Yuji Kakimi

Yuji Kakimi

President

JERA

Panel Discussion

Yuji Kakimi

Yuji Kakimi

President

JERA

Charif Souki

Charif Souki

Chairman

Tellurian

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Philippe Sauquet

President for Gas, Renewables & Power

TOTAL

Moderator

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John McCarrick

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Transformation

US Department of State

Networking Lunch

13:15 - 14:15 hrs

Session 3:  Integrating Renewables

14:15 – 15:45 hrs 

As the adoption of renewables continue to gain momentum, the ability of the power sector to adapt will shape our energy future. Advancements in storage technology and infrastructure to integrate renewables into the grid need to be matched by innovative business models and regulations. At the same time, digitalisation has the potential to revolutionalise the energy sector.  This panel delves into the key challenges faced by policymakers and industry in integrating renewables.  

  • How can policymakers ensure power sector regulations keep pace with the adoption of renewables?
  • Looking ahead, how will grid technologies and storage develop?
  • How will digitalisation evolve the grid of the future and what does this mean for businesses and consumers?

Keynote Address

Adnan-Z

Adnan Z. Amin

Director-General

International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Special Address: Climate Change and Oceans

Climate change presents both a challenge and an opportunity in the transition towards a decarbonised global economy. At the same time, the ocean plays an important role as a renewable energy source with great potential. Policymakers and business leaders need to manage this transition responsibly and collectively, in order to lower carbon emissions for a more sustainable energy future.

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José María Figueres

Former President of Costa Rica

Co-Chair, Global Ocean Commission

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Christiana Figueres

Former Head

UN Climate Change Convention

Q & A Session

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José María Figueres

Former President of Costa Rica

Co-Chair, Global Ocean Commission

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Christiana Figueres

Former Head

UN Climate Change Convention

Adnan-Z

Adnan Z. Amin

Director-General

International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Moderator

Tim Rockell

Tim Rockell

Director, Global Energy Institute

KPMG

Panel Discussion

Shri-Gireesh-B-Pradhan

Gireesh B. Pradhan

Chairman

Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), India

Helmut-Engelbrecht

Helmut Engelbrecht

Chairman

World Nuclear Association (WNA)

Ditlev-Engel

Ditlev Engel

CEO

DNV GL – Energy

Jon-Moore

Jon Moore

CEO

Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Thomas Zimmermann

Thomas Zimmermann

CEO, Digital Grid Business Unit, Energy Management Division Siemens

Didier-Holleaux

Didier Holleaux

Executive Vice President

ENGIE

Moderator

Goh Swee Chen

Goh Swee Chen

Chairman

Shell Companies in Singapore

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