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Investments will remain crucial to meet current oil demand and future growth. Some US$300 billion in investments is needed just to maintain oil production at existing levels, let alone meet expected growth in global oil demand said Mr Neil Atkinson Head of the Oil Industry and Markets Division at the International Energy Agency (IEA) at the SIEW 2016 Launch.

SIEW 5QS Interviews

  • Rachel Kyte
    Rachel KyteUN Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Initiative

    SIEW 2016: 5Qs with Rachel Kyte, CEO, UN Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Initiative

    By UNS4All 05 Apr 2016

    Rachel Kyte, CEO of UN SE4All, shares her views on Asia top energy issues and the impact of the Paris Agreement on the region.

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  • Wang Min
    Wang MinState Grid Corporation of China

    SIEW 2015: 5Qs with Wang Min, Executive Vice President, State Grid Corporation of China

    By EMA 24 Nov 2015

    Wang Min, executive vice president at the State Grid Corporation of China, discusses the momentum of China’s power industry development, grid integration of renewables, and global energy interconnection.

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  • Hiroshi Ozaki
    Hiroshi OzakiOsaka Gas

    SIEW 2015: 5Qs with Hiroshi Ozaki, Chairman, Osaka Gas

    By EMA 18 Nov 2015

    Hiroshi Ozaki, chairman of Osaka Gas, discusses the current LNG landscape and shares his views on the future of LNG in Japan and Asia.

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  • Eric Luo
    Eric LuoShunfeng International Clean Energy

    SIEW 2015: 5Qs with Eric Luo, CEO, Shunfeng International Clean Energy

    By EMA 13 Nov 2015

    Eric Luo, CEO of Shunfeng International Clean Energy, discusses the growth of clean energy in China and Asia, as well as its outlook and future opportunities for the region

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  • Klaus Schäfer
    Klaus SchäferE.ON SE

    SIEW 2015: 5Qs with Klaus Schäfer, Member of the Board of Management, E.ON SE

    By EMA 09 Nov 2015

    Klaus Schäfer, Member of the Board of Management, E.ON SE, discusses the significance of different energy types in Asia, as well as the region's role in the global energy landscape.

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  • Imogen Dillon Hatcher
    Imogen Dillon HatcherPlatts

    SIEW 2015: 5Qs with Platts President, Imogen Dillon Hatcher

    By Platts 28 Oct 2015

    Imogen Dillon Hatcher, president of Platts, discusses the market implications of new Asian oil benchmarks, the outlook for LNG in the region and the company’s priorities in this time of transition.

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SIEW 2016 Sponsors

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    SIEW Networking Reception

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