Singapore Energy Summit

ORGANISER Energy Market Authority
DATE 29 October 2019
TIME 11:00 AM - 05:15 PM
VENUE Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Singapore Energy Summit (SES) is qualified for 4 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.

SIEW 2019 Theme: Accelerating Energy Transformation

The energy landscape continues to experience major shifts. Global energy demand is expanding, and this is especially pronounced in Asia. The growth in energy demand will also be driven by electrification of transportation, industries and buildings. This demand has been supported by increased supply of oil and gas, lowered cost of renewables and technological advancements in energy storage. However, there remain concerns over meeting climate change commitments, even as renewable energy investments hit record highs. Against this backdrop, SIEW will provide a platform for global energy stakeholders to deliberate on and accelerate the transformation towards a more sustainable energy future.

Singapore Energy Summit Keynote

11:00 - 11:30 hrs

Armida-Salsiah-Alisjahnana

H.E. Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana

Executive Secretary

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)

Al-Maraar

H.E. Eng Awaidha Murshed Ali Al Marar

Chairman

Abu Dhabi Department of Energy, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Session 1: Transformation – Accelerating Action

11:30 - 12:30 hrs

This session will explore how we can accelerate the transformation needed to ensure a more sustainable energy future. In particular, it will look at how energy stakeholders can collaborate and deliberate on moving from ambition to action.

  • What does the energy transformation look like for Asia?
  • How can governments and industry work together more effectively to co-create solutions to ensure a more sustainable energy future?
  • How do we overcome hurdles to the future energy transition such as financing to move from ambition to action?

Speakers

Koh Poh Koon

Dr Koh Poh Koon

Senior Minister of State
Ministry of Trade and Industry

Singapore

Yeo-Bee-Yin

H.E. Yeo Bee Yin

Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change, Malaysia

Al-Maraar

H.E. Eng Awaidha Murshed Ali Al Marar

Chairman

Abu Dhabi Department of Energy, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Martin

Martin J Houston

Vice Chairman

Tellurian

Han-Jun

Han Jun

Executive Vice President

State Grid Corporation of China

Moderator

Morningstar

Amb Richard Morningstar

Founding Chairman

Atlantic Council Global Energy Center


SIEW Lunch

12:30 - 14:00 hrs

Session 2: Electrification – Powering Growth

Presented by EDF

Keynote: Electrification

14:00 - 14:20 hrs
Dato-Seri-Setia

H.E. Dato Seri Setia Dr Awang Haji Mat Suny Bin Haji Mohd Hussein

Minister of Energy, Manpower and Industry

Brunei Darussalam

Marianne

Marianne Laigneau

Group Senior Executive Vice President in charge of the International Division

EDF

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Panel Discussion: Electrification – Powering Growth

14:20 - 14:50 hrs

This session will address the impact of the electrification of the transport, industry and buildings will bring for the energy sector. It will delve into opportunities for new business models and increased flexibility to manage grid peaks and fluctuations.

  • How will greater electrification reshape demand and how should we respond to these changes?
  • What are new business models does electrification open up for utilities and the energy sector?
  • How should energy infrastructure develop to support greater electrification?

Speakers

Win-Khaing

H.E. U Win Khaing

Union Minister for Ministry of Electricity and Energy

Myanmar

Sinava-SOUPHANOUVON

H.E. Sinava Souphanouvong

Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines

Lao PDR

masakazu

Prof Masakazu Toyoda

Chairman & CEO

The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)

Marianne

Marianne Laigneau

Group Senior Executive Vice President in charge of the International Division

EDF

Lucy-Craig

Lucy Craig

Vice President and Director of Technology and Innovation

DNV GL – Energy

Moderator

Dr-Lawrence

Dr Lawrence Jones

Vice President

International Programs, Edison Electric Institute (EEI)

Special Focus Session: Fuelling Electrification

Presented by Shell

14:50 - 15:20 hrs

This session will discuss how the increased demand for energy driven by greater electrification can be met by various sources of energy generation while still balancing the need for reliability, sustainability and price competitiveness.

  • What does the ideal energy mix for the region look like and how will this evolve with greater electrification?
  • With renewables playing a larger role in meeting energy demand, what is the role of fossil fuels?

Speakers

Kurt-Donelly

Kurt Donnelly

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Diplomacy,

Bureau of Energy Resources, Department of State, US

Toshiro-Kudama

Toshiro Kudama

CEO

JERA Asia Private Limited

Kazuhisa-Yano

Kazuhisa Yano

Chief Asia Representative, Osaka Gas

Executive Chairman, Osaka Gas Singapore

Steve-Hill

Steve Hill

Executive Vice President

Shell Energy

Keisuke-Sadamori

Keisuke Sadamori

Director, Energy Markets and Security

International Energy Agency (IEA)

Moderator
James-Chong

James Chong

Managing Director, and Centre Director

Resources Innovation Hub Singapore, Accenture

Special Focus Session: Regulation – Keeping Pace with the Changing Energy Landscape

15:20 - 15:45 hrs

Digitalisation is transforming the energy sector, but brings with it new challenges for regulators to ensure consumers are empowered and protected.

  • How can regulators approach the energy transformation to allow for future-ready power grids and innovation?
  • Digitalisation – enabler or disruption? What are some of the challenges in regulating a constantly evolving landscape?

Speakers

dermot-nolan

Dermot Nolan

CEO

Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem), United Kingdom

Norman-Bay

Norman Bay

Partner and Head of the Energy Regulatory and Enforcement Group

Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Former Chairman, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Dr-Biermann

Dr Dirk Biermann

Chief Officer Markets and System Operations

50Hertz

Harry-Lai

Harry Lai

Principal Energy Advisor

Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Government of the Hong Kong SAR

     Moderator
Tim

Tim Rockell

Director

KPMG Global Energy Institute - Asia Pacific, Energy & Natural Resources Sector, KPMG Services

Networking Break

15:45 - 16:00 hrs

Keynote: Digitalisation

16:00 - 16:10 hrs

Speaker

Thosaphol-Pengsom

H.E. Thosaphol Pengsom

Vice Minister for Energy

Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Session 3: Digitalisation – Fostering Innovation

16:10 - 16:40 hrs

With greater digitalisation of processes and technologies, the energy industry is set to change. As various industry sectors become increasingly interconnected, this session explores the ways digitalisation is changing the energy landscape and how we can foster greater innovation.

  • What will the impact of digitalisation be on future energy systems?
  • How do we nurture an innovation ecosystem and what does it look like?
  • How can the energy industry harness digitalisation to forge new partnerships and business models?
  • How do we ensure resilience of our energy systems in the face of greater cyber-threats?

Speakers

Anthony-Gatt

Anthony Gatt

Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Energy and Water Management, Malta

Tatsuo-Hatta

Dr Tatsuo Hatta

Chairman

Electricity and Gas Market Surveillance Commission (EGC), Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)

Shinichi-Imai

Shinichi Imai

Managing Director

TEPCO Power Grid

Didier-Holleaux

Didier Holleaux

Executive Vice President

ENGIE

Matthew

Matthew Friedman

Chief Digital Officer

Sembcorp Industries

Moderator

Dr-Phyllis-Yoshida

Dr Phyllis Yoshida

Senior Fellow for Energy and Technology

Sasakawa Peace Foundation

Special Focus Session: Financing the Energy Transformation

16:40 - 17:15 hrs

This session will explore ways to attract and sustain investments to support the transition to a more sustainable energy mix.

  • How can financial institutions shape the energy transition towards sustainability?
  • What is the impact of shifting away from traditional energy projects to greener developments? How will this affect emerging markets in Asia?

Speakers

Paulo-Kautoke

Paulo Kautoke

Senior Director

Trade, Oceans and Natural Resources, Commonwealth Secretariat

Ranjit

Ranjit Lamech

Infrastructure Director (East Asia and the Pacific)

World Bank

Shigeki-Miwa

Shigeki Miwa

Representative Director & CEO

SB Energy

Agneta-Rising

Agneta Rising

Director General

World Nuclear Association (WNA)

Nawaz-Peerbocus

Nawaz Peerbocus

Director of Energy Transitions and Electric Power

King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)

Moderator

Tan-Keng-Hwee-Seth

Seth Tan

Executive Director

Infrastructure Asia

End of SES

17:15 hrs

SES Networking Reception

18:00 hrs

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