This report recaps key highlights from SIEW 2014, including the SIEW Opening Keynote Address, Singapore Energy Summit, as well as the various SIEW partner events and networking activities.
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Hear insights from Mr Yukiya Amano, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency at the DSP
HE Suy Sem, Minister of Mines and Energy for Cambodia, discusses Cambodia’s plans to meet the increasing energy demand in its fast-growing economy in a sustainable manner, as well as the investment opportunities that are arising from this growth.
Dr Arun Majumdar, Jay Precourt Professor at Stanford University, discusses his energy research and shares his insights on how smart grid and energy efficiency technologies can be further improved.
Larry Neal, President of Platts, share his insights on the commodity outlook for Asia and the role of Asian benchmarks in the global commodity markets.
Mr Peter Clarke, Vice President, Power, Asia Pacific & Africa, at ExxonMobil Gas & Power Marketing Company, discusses the rising demand for energy in Asia-Pacific, and the opportunities in the region stemming from natural gas.
Dr Leonhard Birnbaum, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of E.ON Global Commodities SE and Member of the Board of Management – Markets, Services of E.ON SE, discusses the importance of LNG, E.ON’s overall strategy to energy and how they are meeting challenges in Asia.
Yu Tat Ming, CEO of PacificLight, shares his insights on drawing talent into the energy sector and how PacificLight has incorporated sustainability into its business model.
Mr. Kng Meng Hwee, Deputy Chief Executive of EMA unveiled the SIEW 2015 theme, Global Energy Transitions, as Asia is forecast to drive the bulk of the world's energy demand and economic growth.
SIEW fondly remembers Mr Lee Kuan Yew delivering the inaugural Singapore Energy Lecture in 2008. #RememberingLKY http://bit.ly/1HwwkSq
SIEW salutes the passing of our founding father. https://lnkd.in/bu9gBYZ
"We will strive for zero-growth in the consumption of #coal in key areas of the country," - Premier Li Keqiang. #China http://reut.rs/1ERQHHq
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will boost efforts this year to rid itself of a strong addiction to coal in a bid to reduce damaging pollution as well as cut the energy intensity of its economy, which is expected
Are technological advances alone enough to improve the energy landscape? Find out from the International Energy Agency's executive summary of the World Energy Outlook 2014: http://bit.ly/1GPtsNg
The global energy system is in danger of falling short of the hopes and expectations placed upon it.
With energy security being a key issue in the region, Mr. S Iswaran, Minister for Prime Minister’s Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade & Industry discusses Singapore’s plans for our energy future. Watch the full video interview here: bit.ly/1vDG2Ku
Hear Minister Iswaran’s insights on what Singapore is doing to enhance its energy security and ensure competitive energy prices, as the country readies herself for the challenges in the energy space ahead. With the Singapore International Energy...
With few options for clean, affordable energy, Masakazu Toyoda chairman and CEO of the Institute of Energy Economics Japan weighs in on Japan’s need for the right energy mix. Get more insight from the man himself from SIEW 2014: http://bit.ly/1NMyQFC
Nuclear energy lost public favour in Japan following the Fukushima meltdown. However, with Asia’s growing power demand, it is necessary to consider....
Puzzled about Asia's gas conundrum? IEA's Maria van der Hoeven deciphers the puzzle: http://bit.ly/1E7jvHQ
As the surge of emerging economies expands the global economy, increased use of fossil fuels is leading to higher costs and environmental burdens that call into question the sustainability of that energy use. Maria van der Hoeven, executive director...
In 2013, Cambodia signed an MOU with Singapore in an effort to share expertise and tackle energy challenges. HE Suy Sem, Minister of Mines and Energy for Cambodia takes on our 5Qs: bit.ly/1ybnXao
We caught up with Maarten Wetselaar, Executive Vice President of Shell Integrated Gas! Here’s his take on role of LNG and renewables in Asia's energy mix and the importance of collaboration and innovation to solve energy challenges: bit.ly/1qdWLi0
Maarten Wetselaar, Executive Vice President, Shell Integrated Gas, shares his thoughts on the future of energy in Asia.
We sat down with Chan Swee Huat, CEO of the YTL PowerSeraya Group. Here's his take on the upcoming energy challenges and opportunities in Singapore and Asia: bit.ly/1wQ7GUP
Chan Swee Huat, CEO of YTL PowerSeraya Group, discusses some of the major upcoming energy challenges and opportunities in Singapore and Asia, and how regional connections will be key in meeting them.
Peter Schwartz of Salesforce says that Asia must pursue clean and efficient energy options to ensure future growth and protect the planet from huge amounts of harmful carbon dioxide. Do you agree? bit.ly/1uUhKwx
ASIA's booming economies have improved the lives of millions of people but that prosperity presents a dilemma. To ensure future growth and protect the planet...
British Columbia is seizing the natural gas opportunity by offering Asia-Pacific a secure, stable source of cleaner energy. Meet the woman behind it, Christy Clark Premier of British Columbia: http://bit.ly/1q5UVQz
Christy Clark was sworn in for her second term as British Columbia’s 35th Premier on June 10, 2013 and was elected Westside-Kelowna MLA...
Dr. Fatima Al-Foora Al Shamsi, Assistant Undersecretary for Electricity, Ministry of Energy وزارة الطاقة shared insights on the energy industry in the UAE. Hear what she had to say at SIEW 2014: bit.ly/1mGCo2b
Dr. Fatima Al-Foora Al Shamsi, Assistant Undersecretary for Electricity, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Energy, shares her insights on UAE’s energy policies, energy connections in the Gulf, and collaboration between the Middle East and Asia.
How would an Asia’s Buyers Club help Asian economies get stronger bargaining power with energy exporters? Dr Gal Luft, co-director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security tells all: bit.ly/1uUjUwe
This week's meeting of Asia-Pacific energy ministers in Beijing is a good opportunity for countries on both sides of the Pacific to address perhaps the most unifying challenge in Asia: energy insecurity.
What are some of the biggest lessons learnt from the Fukushima Daiichi accident? Hear what Mr Yukiya Amano had to say at the Energy Market Authority Distinguished Speaker Programme in Singapore on 26 January 2015.
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