Singapore Energy Summit (SES) is qualified for four PDUs by PEB
Session 1: Asia’s New Energy Realities
Faced with lower energy prices and continued growth in energy demand, Asia’s need to increase and diversify the region’s energy supplies remains more important than ever. Renewables continue to play an important role in the energy mix. This session will explore the new energy realities Asia faces and the implications on energy security for the region.
|Dr Phyllis Yoshida |
Lead Shepherd of the APEC Energy Working Group
Senior Advisor for International Affairs
US Department of Energy (DOE)
|Dr Shamshad Akhtar |
United Nations Economic and Social Commission
for Asia and the Pacific
|Anil Sardana |
CEO & Managing Director
|Ditlev Engel |
DNV GL – Energy
Lunch Panel: A World Awash with Oil & Gas – What’s Next?
The oversupply of oil is set to remain in global markets, with energy prices expected to remain lower for longer. Cheaper oil means producers need to squeeze the value out of every last drop. Production needs to be smarter by leveraging on new technology to cut costs to remain efficient and nimble. This session will explore the implications and how the industry will adapt.
Session 2: Building a Low-Carbon Future
While lower oil & gas prices present increased competition for renewables, the global consensus on climate change has placed greater emphasis on sustainable energy. This session will explore the impact of lower energy prices on our transition to a more sustainable future, and the impact on the overall energy mix.
|Rachel Kyte |
CEO and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General
Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All)
|Masakazu Toyoda |
Chairman and CEO
The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)
|Agneta Rising |
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
| ||Steve O’Neil |
Chief Executive Officer
|Jon Moore |
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Session 3: Disruptive Technologies and the Energy Consumer
Innovative technologies have placed the consumer at the heart of the utility business. The development of smart energy infrastructure and the growth of distributed energy generation are changing how utility players think about grid structure and the business of generation, distribution and consumption. This session will discuss the re-orientation of businesses around the consumer, as well as the evolution of regulations and retail markets.
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