Meet the world’s energy thought leaders as they share insights at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) from 23 to 27 October.
Truly a gathering of the “Who’s Who” in the energy community, SIEW brings together players from across the energy spectrum including governments, industry captains and heads of international organisations.
Headline speakers this year include Mr Teo Chee Hean, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, who will deliver the Singapore Energy Lecture and Mr S. Iswaran, Singapore’s Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry).
SIEW continues to bring the world’s leading conferences and exhibitions together in one week, one location.
The inaugural Singapore-IEA Forum, co-hosted by the EMA and the International Energy Agency (IEA), will focus on energy infrastructure investments in Asia. While our SIEW partners, Asia Clean Energy Summit, Asian Downstream Summit, and Gas Asia Summit, will bring you the latest in renewable energy, downstream and gas.
For more niche energy issues and in-depth discussions, head to the SIEW Thinktank Roundtables, held in partnership with the world’s leading international organisations, including: the ASEAN Centre of Energy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, Energy Research Institute @ NTU, Energy Studies Institute, the International Energy Agency, the Institute of Energy Economics Japan, International Institute for Strategic Studies, and the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies.
SIEW provides a platform for the discussion of key energy issues and their impact on Asia. EMA’s anchor event, the Singapore Energy Summit, will feature expert views and insights on high-level issues, ranging from the outlook for oil and gas to integrating renewables.
Investments take centre stage at the Singapore-IEA Forum, addressing how to power growth while financing the clean energy transition, and the role of R&D and innovation in Asia’s energy sector.
SIEW Energy Insights will also feature major report launches including DNV GL’s “Energy Transition Outlook 2017”.
What are you waiting for? Registration for SIEW 2017 is now open. Sign up by 31 August 2017 to enjoy early bird discounts of up to S$500.