The race to tackle climate change is on. Yet as rapid as that transition is and despite efforts being made, DNV forecasts in its Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) that the green shift is not fast enough for the world to achieve the ambitions of the Paris Agreement.
This means that developed countries – Singapore being one of them – and certain sectors must reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero way before 2050, because developing regions and hard-to-abate sectors will take longer to decarbonize. As Singapore intensifies efforts towards reducing and eventually eliminating harmful emissions to the atmosphere, what does the energy transition journey in 2022 look like?
Join DNV and energy industry experts
To better understand the opportunities and challenges facing energy companies and industry stakeholders in adapting to the energy transition, DNV will host speakers and panels of experts with extensive experience in the sector.
- Singapore and South East Asia’s pathways to net zero, discussing concrete examples of recent technology uptake in solar and wind energy, storage, hydrogen and CCUS
- Maritime decarbonization and the position of Singapore as a first mover in applying new ship fuels and abatement technologies.
- Prof. Lynn Loo, CEO, Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation
- Mr Eric Francia, CEO, ACEN
- Ms Nicke Widyawati, President Director & CEO, PT Pertamina
- Datuk Yee Yang Chien, President and CEO, MISC Group
- Mr Tan Wooi Leong, Senior Director (Energy & Industrial), Surbana Jurong Pte Ltd.
- Mr Cesar Mugerin, Senior Advisor, Technology & Innovation, Engie Solar
- Mr Tat Win Law, Singapore Country Chairman, Chevron
- Mr. Adlan Ahmad, CEO of Petronas Hydrogen Sdn Bhd
- Ms. Fauziah Marzuki, Head of APAC Gas, Power, Carbon, BloombergNEF
- Mr Remi Eriksen, Group President and CEO
- Mr Brice Le Gallo, Regional Director for Energy Systems APAC
- Ms Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager South East Asia, Pacific & India
- Mr James Laybourn, Hydrogen and CCUS Segment Lead, APAC, Energy Systems
- Mr Tony Mercer, Head of Renewables Ecosystem, Digital Solutions
Considering Singapore and Southeast Asia’s energy requirements, some companies focus on deploying only clean energy technologies while others transform into broader energy companies to reach net-zero by 2050. As the region moves towards a clean energy future, Singapore will have an important role to play as the regional technology and financial powerhouse.
Register now to gain insights from our experts on what will be required to decarbonize the energy industry and the SEA region.
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