Singapore Energy Summit

ORGANISER Energy Market Authority
DATE 25 October 2022
TIME 10:30 – 15:30 hrs (GMT +8)
VENUE Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
In-person only

Qualified for 3 PDUs by Professional Engineers Board (PEB)

Time (GMT +8)Session
10:30 – 11:30 hrs Session 1 – Securing a Resilient and Sustainable Energy Future
This session will address how regional governments and stakeholders can work together to ensure a sustainable and resilient energy future. Speakers will also share their perspectives on the action needed to accelerate the low carbon energy transition while ensuring green and inclusive growth
  • How can governments and industry stakeholders work together more effectively to co-create solutions for a more resilient and sustainable energy future?
  • What are key steps that can help overcome hurdles in the energy transition to achieve energy security goals?
  • How do we ensure policies and business models support inclusive growth towards a sustainable energy future?


Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri (Dr) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari Bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Openg
Premier of Sarawak; Minister for Finance and New Economy;
Minister for Natural Resources and Urban Development;
Minister for Energy And Environmental Sustainability

Panel Discussion

Presented by:

Francesco La Camera
lnternational Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Dr Angela Wilkinson
Secretary General and Chief Executive Officer
World Energy Council
Alan Heng
Group Chief Executive Officer
Pavilion Energy
David Griffin
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Sun Cable
Julien Pouget
President, Asia Pacific, Exploration & Production and Renewables
Martin Houston
Vice Chairman
Tellurian Inc.
11:30 – 13:00 hrsLunch
13:00 – 14:00 hrsSession 2 – Accelerating Low Carbon Solutions
This session will address how governments and corporates can catalyse the development of supply chains for low-carbon solutions such as hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS). Speakers will also share their perspectives on the role that innovation plays in improving technology and driving down costs of low-carbon solutions.
  • What are the latest low carbon innovation and technologies that can reshape the energy landscape?
  • What are the opportunities for emerging technologies in pushing the low carbon energy transition?
  • How can we encourage innovation that actively improves and drives down the cost of low carbon solutions?
Presented by:

H.E. Arifin Tasrif
Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources
Republic of Indonesia

Panel Discussion
Presented by:

 The Hon Bill Johnston MLA
Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Energy; Corrective Services; Industrial Relations
Western Australia
Dr Jean-Christophe Niel
Director General
Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN)
Matthieu Giard
Vice President, Member of the Executive Committee
Air Liquide
Irtiza H. Sayyed
President of ExxonMobil Indonesia; Asia Pacific President for Low Carbon Solutions
Kazuhisa Yano
Executive Chairman, Osaka Gas Singapore and Chief Asia Representative
Osaka Gas
Michael Ottaviano
Managing Partner, Renewable Energy, Asia Pacific
14:00 – 14:30 hrsSpotlight on Low Carbon Innovations

Presented by:

This session will explore major challenges inhibiting the meaningful deployment of hydrogen and other low carbon alternatives. Speakers will share their perspectives on how industry players can work hand in hand to advance low carbon solutions.
  • How can industry and governments work together to scale and commercialise nascent low carbon technologies?
  • What are the challenges in developing low carbon alternatives?
  • How do we remove barriers to accelerating the development of low carbon solution technologies to meet with the global energy demand?

Austin Knight
Vice President, Hydrogen
Chevron New Energies
Toshiro Kudama
Chief Executive Officer
Ahmad Yuniarto
President Director
PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy
Tatsuya Terazawa
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)
14:30 – 15:15 hrsSession 3 – Mobilising Greener Financing for Energy Infrastructure

This session will address how greater sustainable private financing and growing corporate net zero commitments can come together to achieve low carbon goals earlier. Speakers will share their perspectives on facilitating green financing for energy infrastructure developments, including how these investments would lead to more renewable energy projects and grid renewals, and interconnections in the region.
  • What is the state of play for sustainable financing and what gaps needs to be closed?
  • How can we effectively facilitate green financing to ensure sustainable and resilient development of energy infrastructure?
  • What opportunities lie in Asia for green financing to support the low carbon energy transition?
Panel Discussion

Presented by:

Eng. Fahad Alajlan
King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre (KAPSARC)
Tan Su Shan
Group Head of Institutional Banking
DBS Bank
Lavan Thiru
Executive Director
Infrastructure Asia
Maeda Tadashi
Chairman of the Board, Japan Bank for International Cooperation and
Special Advisor to the Cabinet, the Government of Japan
Cindy Lim
Chief Executive Officer
Keppel Infrastructure
Dr Uwe Krueger
Head, Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)
Head, Industrials, Business Services, Energy & Resources
Temasek International
Abhi Bhuchar
Head of Energy and Industrials, Asia Pacific
Oliver Wyman
15:15 – 15:30 hrs Closing Remarks
Zhang Zhigang
Member of the Board
State Grid Corporation of China

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