British Chamber of Commerce Singapore

Collaboration opportunities in Singapore and ASEAN’s green energy economy

British Chamber of Commerce
British Chamber of Commerce Singapore
DATE 28 October 2022
TIME 10:30 - 12:00 hrs
Marina Bay Sands, Orchid 4311 (Room), Level 4, Singapore

The United Kingdom has established itself as a leader in industrial-scale test beds for green energy. This roundtable will illustrate project examples, including policy and commercial development, for industrial decarbonisation, developing hydrogen at scale, the utilisation of new and existing infrastructure, carbon capture and storage, and city-scale projects.

The session will commence with a fire side discussion with Tom Moody, Regional Director SE Asia, Climate and Energy at the UK’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office, on the key policy tools to drive a green economy and the upcoming COP27, before moving into a review of the creation of hydrogen and carbon capture clusters across ASEAN. Final examples will include a case study of city-based collaborative industry and public sector projects in the UK and their relevance for ASEAN.

Programme Details

Key policy tools to drive a green economy
A fireside chat with Tom Moody and Tim Rockell on the ASEAN region
  • Developments since COP26 and what’s next for the region from COP27
  • Progress on green energy projects in ASEAN backed by the UK, and cross-border policy development goals
Creating hydrogen and carbon capture clusters across ASEAN
A show case led by Mark Florance with Nick Dingemans on the techno-economic and policy development features of decarbonisation projects already underway in the United Kingdom and the region [e.g., UK’s East Coast Hydrogen project. Acorn CCS Project].
  • Utilising existing infrastructure, and building new
  • Realising carbon capture and storage projects through cross border agreements; leveraging the unitisation of North Sea frameworks
  • Understanding the likely pace of change in areas of technology adoption.
City-scale decarbonisation
A showcase of work in cities with a showcase of Aberdeen with Rob Cooper
  • What does city-based decarbonisation mean for ASEAN’s metropolises and secondary cities?
  • Case study examples
Wrap up and close for Lunch
Session reflections from Tim Rockell and Mark Florance 


tom moody

Tom Moody

Regional Director SE Asia, Climate and Energy

British High Commission, Singapore

Mark Florance

Mark Florance

Co-Chair, BritCham Singapore, Energy & Utilities Business Committee

Climate InvestorOne, Singapore

Rob Cooper

Rob Cooper

Senior BD Manager for Asia, Regions, Corporates & Solutions

BP, Singapore

Tim Rockell

Tim Rockell

Chairman, BritCham Singapore, Energy & Utilities Business Committee

Managing Director, Energy Strat Asia Pte. Ltd., Singapore

Nick Dingemans

Nick Dingemans


Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP


Mauricio Riveros

Associate Director

Carbon Trust, United Kingdom

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