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Disruptions in Energy

Branch event
  • Singapore
  • <p>SGX Auditorium, Level 2<br />SGX Centre 1<br /> 2 Shenton Way<br />Singapore<br /> 068804</p>
  • 24-06-2019
  • 09:00 - 12:30

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

This is a hot topic, not just for Singapore but also globally. It’s not the Green vs Fossil fuel argument, rather, how the transition is managed that will create capital market opportunities.

Let us hear about what is the energy value chain and why is it facing disruption? What constitutes disruptive?

Also learn about technology disruption caused by: mobility (Evs , AVs, electrification), Hydrogen fuels, carbon capture, and more!

9.00am Registration
9.30am Disruption in the Energy Value Chain (Peter Godfrey)
9.50am Key Energy disruption trends (Tim Rockell, KPMG
10.10am Panel discussion (Peter, Tim, Tan Cheng Guan from Sembcorp, Geoff McNamara from Alliance Minerals)
11.00am Start of 1-on-1 meetings
12.30pm End

Who Should attend
The target audience is ABS members, investors, IPO professionals and research analysts covering Energy value chain. Also companies in industry that are involved in energy or effected by the trends of energy disruption.
This includes current listed companies that may seek to invest or acquire such competencies, or emerging companies that may be seeking to tap the equity or debt markets as part of their growth plans.

Peter Godfrey, Energy Institute
Tim Rockell, KPMG

Guest Panellists
Geoff McNamara, Chairman, Alliance Minerals
Tan Cheng Guan, Head of Energy & Renewables, Sembcorp

Please email to attend and indicate any interest for 1-1 meetings with the presenters and panelists.