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EI Singapore branch

The EI Singapore branch works closely with existing Singaporean Institutions to offer a vibrant program of activities, as well as creating opportunities for collaboration and cooperation between Singapore and the UK across all energy sector activity.

The Asian region is now the world’s largest and fastest growing energy market and Singapore is well positioned to play a fundamental role in the development of the sector both as a major regional financial centre and energy trading hub as well as in the field of technical innovation.

Affiliate and Associate members in Singapore are entitled to a 50% discount on EI member rates.  Please use the code EISINGAPORE19 when registering to receive the discount.

Committee contact

Peter Godfrey MEI
Position: Chair
Tim Rockell
Position: Vice-Chair and Secretary
Andy Bell
Position: Membership Secretary

Latest news

Repsol announces largest gas discovery in Indonesia in the past 18 years

19-02-2019
Repsol, together with partners Petronas and Moeco, has made the largest gas find in Indonesia in 18 years following the drilling of the KBD-2X well in South Sumatra. The discovery is also reported to be among the 10 largest finds worldwide in the last 12 months. Preliminary estimates suggest recover...

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EI Asia Pacific MD joins Shell's 'Make the Future' debate

28-11-2018
Meeting globally rising energy demand in a socially, environmentally, and economically responsible way was under the spotlight at Shell’s Make the Future debate in Singapore, in November.The EI’s Managing Director for Asia Pacific, Peter Godfrey FEI, joined the expert panel which included Shell Exec...

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China tightens marine fuel regulations ahead of IMO 2020

3-08-2018
China’s Ministry of Transport announced changes to the country’s existing marine fuel regulations on 9 July 2018, extending emission control areas (ECAs) along China’s entire coastline from 2019.According to consultancy Wood Mackenzie, the 0.5 wt% sulphur content limit is expected to be applied to v...

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Total and Pavilion to develop LNG bunker supply chain in Singapore

29-06-2018
Total and Pavilion Energy, through their subsidiaries Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions and Pavilion Gas, have signed heads of agreement (HoA) to jointly develop an LNG bunker supply chain in the port of Singapore. The agreement covers the shared long-term time charter of a new generation LNG bunk...

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IMO agrees strategy to halve shipping emissions by 2050

1-05-2018
The UN’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted, for the first time, a plan to lower greenhouse gas emissions from the world’s ships, agreeing to peak emissions as soon as possible and to reduce them by at least 50% on 2008 levels by 2050. This ‘initial strategy’ also says that countr...

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Events

Disruptions in Energy

24-06-2019
The Energy Institute together with SGX is bringing you this thought leadership seminar on the energy value chain and the key disruptive trends. 

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