CEO Breakfast Forum
This will be a facilitated breakfast forum to ensure that they will cover issues that are critical to power and electricity business development, growth strategies and investment appetite.
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
PARTNERSHIPS & INVESTMENT
Striking a win-win partnership between buyers and suppliers
Buyers and Suppliers Dialogue Enhancing partnership towards a reliable and sustainable LNG supply for Asia
Mr En Mohd Nazri bin Shahruddin
Mohd Nazri joined Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) of Malaysia in 1979 upon completion of his studies in mechanical engineering in the UK . He served in the O&M of several TNB power stations, and was subsequently involved in many power plant project...
Mr Aaron Domingo
Aaron A. Domingo is the Executive Vice President and General Manager of Meralco PowerGen Corporation. Mr. Domingo is also a board member of this multinational businesses. He has 16 years of proven business development, capital...
Mr Brian Buckley
Brian has been CEO of Oman LNG since February 2007. He joined Royal Dutch Shell in 1980. His career has spanned management and executive positions in oil refining, gas, personnel, and major projects’ screening and execution in the...
Mr Alex Bower
Alex Bower is GDF SUEZ’s representative in Asia responsible for LNG activities in the region. Alex holds economics and finance degrees from Leicester and London. He has almost 10 years of experience in the energy industry, having previously worked...
Mr Adrian Lim
Adrian is an Advisor to Shell based in Sydney, Australia. In this capacity he is responsible for a broad range of advisory across capital and financial management, corporate strategy and planning as well as commercial agreements with third...
Mr Tony Regan
Tony Regan is the Principal Consultant with Tri-Zen International Pte Ltd a Singapore based energy consultancy providing technical, commercial & financial advisory services to the oil, gas, chemicals and power sectors in Asia Pacific. Tony focuses...
INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY
Technological advancements to enhance the safety and security of LNG terminals
Development and application of FLNG in emerging Asian markets
Implications of small-scale LNG and its impact on the LNG development in Asia
Improving Operational Risk Management and Process Management to promote Efficiency and Optimum Performance
FINANCING, FUNDING AND TRADING
Managing risks in LNG financing
Evaluating different sources and options for financing LNG projects
COUNTRY SHOWCASE 2 –Southeast Asia
This is a presentation of LNG market development and opportunities in selected countries in Asia. Specifically, these sessions will focus on the growing demand for LNG and how to leverage on this development to further business growth in Asia.
Singapore – Seeking new LNG sources, supplies and partners
Malaysia – Addressing the need for more LNG to meet rising demand
Thailand - Addressing the need for partners for LNG terminals
Indonesia – Evaluating LNG infrastructure and LNG supply requirement to cater to growing domestic demand
Vietnam – Developing strong alliances to meet the country’s LNG demands
Deals may be closed and signed in the boardroom but it can all start over a very informal introductory meeting over drinks. This IPP Cocktails is targeted mainly for Asian and global IPPs who are actively seeking investment, partnership and joint venture opportunities.