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Combating climate change and enabling sustainable development The relationship bet ween economic development and cl imate change is inex t r icably l i n k e d , d r i v i n g t h e n e e d f o r p o l i c y a c t i o n t o d e v e l o p c l e a n e r a n d s m a r t e r e n e r g y. Recognising the need to d r ive meaningful discussions and pol icy action on sma r t e n e r g y, t h e E n e r g y M a r k e t A u t h o r i t y ( E M A ) a n d E n e r g y S t u d i e s I n s t i t u t e ( E S I ) w i l l f o c u s on “Fuelling the Smar t Energy Economy” at the annual Singapore Inter national Energy We e k ( S I E W ). SI E W w i l l b r i ng togethe r pol icy make r s, busi nes s leade r s and academ ics fo r a comp rehensive schedule of st rateg ic discussions, ex hibitions and net wo r k ing sessions f r o m 2 7 O c to b e r to 4 N ove m b e r 2 010 a t S u nte c S i n g a p o r e.

Who Should Attend the Singapore International Energy Week •

International and local policy makers and regulators

International and local energy institutions and academia

Energy producers

Service and infrastructure providers

Investors

Industry analysts and commentators


Foreword The energy landscape is changing rapidly. Urbanisation and economic growth have resulted in an ever increasing demand for energy. But rapidly depleting supplies of cheap fossil fuels and the rising threat of climate change mean that policy makers and businesses must find new solutions to balance economic growth, energy security and environmental sustainability. While there are no silver bullets, the increased emphasis on R&D, innovation and technology worldwide is likely to generate new breakthroughs to power our future. With “Fuelling the Smart Energy Economy” as the theme of this year’s Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW), we will bring together a cross-section of experts from the industry to share trends and best practices, and offer a unique platform to move the energy agenda from discussion to action. The highlights of the week are the Singapore Energy Lecture, which will be delivered by the Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr. Lee Hsien Loong; and the Singapore Energy Summit, comprising ministerial and senior executive level dialogue on the transition to smart energy economies. Through these sessions, we hope to facilitate fruitful conversations and collaborations on the deployment of new and sustainable energy technologies. We will also review the critical role that public and private sector partnerships play in impacting the energy agenda, through ensuring the availability of clean, economically competitive and reliable energy supplies for sustainable business growth. The annual Singapore International Energy Week provides a unique platform to discuss energy issues from an Asian perspective. This is also an opportunity for the international community to gain a better understanding of Singapore’s commitment to promoting sustainable development and developing a vibrant energy ecosystem. I invite you to join us at SIEW 2010 so that collectively, we can take bold and concrete action towards realising a smart energy economy.

Mr Lawrence Wong Shyun Tsai Chief Executive Energy Market Authority of Singapore


Singapore International


Energy Week 2010 Programme


Event Singapore Energy Lecture Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver the annual Singapore Energy Lecture where he will map out the nation’s route to a sustainable future.

Singapore Energy Summit A senior-level forum where ministers, policy makers, business leaders and academics come together to examine the energy landscape in Asia-Pacific and discuss solutions needed for the region to balance its needs for energy security, environmental sustainability and economic competitiveness. Key topics to be discussed include: • The Transition to a Smart Energy Economy • Kick-starting the Energy Technology Revolution • The Gas Evolution • Energy Efficiency: Harvesting the Low-Hanging Fruit • Bridging the Green Financing Gap


Highlights Energy Industries in a Carbon-Constrained Future Panel discussion on the likely shape of an emerging climate change policy architecture, expected impact on energy industries, including elements related to “leakage” and “regulatory arbitrage”, differential impacts on costs and business and technological developments in the fossil fuels and newer renewable energy sectors, and initiatives undertaken by the energy industry in facing the challenges posed by an increasingly carbon-constrained future.

The China-India-US Roundtable on Climate Change and Energy Efficiency Panel discussion among representatives from China, India and the United States on climate change and energy efficiency.

Industrial Energy Efficiency Roundtable The Industrial Energy Efficiency Roundtable will discuss the challenges and opportunities of promoting energy efficiency in industries. Despite the often touted benefits, harnessing the “fifth fuel”, the name given to energy efficiency, has not been easy.  Experts from Canada, The Netherlands and Singapore will share their insights on this multi-faceted subject based on their research and consulting experiences.


Event CARBON FORUM ASIA The leading annual Carbon Market Trade Fair & Conference in the Asia-Pacific, where carbon credits and CDM project financing opportunities are abound. With its finger on the pulse of current global market developments, CARBON FORUM ASIA is the platform of choice for Carbon Market professionals and governments to discuss key industry trends and issues that will shape the future of carbon trading and CDM markets in the Asia-Pacific and beyond. Clean Energy Expo Asia Clean Energy Expo Asia is the premier trade fair and conference that brings together the leading players in the technology, services, finance and government sectors, to address key issues in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable development in Asia-Pacific. POWER-GEN Asia The region’s premier exhibition and conference for the power generation, transmission and distribution industries, and the major annual platform for bringing the industry together to discuss strategic and technical topics, and issues of the day, while providing the opportunity to see the latest products, services, technologies and developments from leading international exhibitors. The IEA Clean Energy Technologies Symposium The IEA Clean Energy Technologies Symposium is aimed at policy makers, business leaders, and academics.  The Symposium will see the launch of the IEA’s “Energy Technologies Perspectives 2010” (ETP2010) in Southeast Asia and will present global clean energy technology roadmaps.  Participants will examine the development and deployment of clean energy technologies at the global level and their application in Asia, including an invitation to join international collaboration in R&D in over 40 fields.  Key technologies include clean coal, advanced fuels, bioenergy, advanced vehicles, fusion power, solar photovoltaic power, and energy efficiency. Visit www.iea.org/techno/ia.asp


Highlights Downstream Asia Asia’s premier refining, petrochemicals and fuels conference gathers leaders from the global downstream industry to share insights on improving yields, optimising assets and driving energy efficiency. Downstream Asia features dedicated streams for refining & petrochemicals and a focus day on fuels.

International Power and Energy Conference The 9th International Power and Energy Conference and exhibition, dedicated to power engineering, power electronics and energy systems.

Platts 5th Annual Top 250 Global Energy Companies Asia Awards Dinner Join us at the fifth annual Platts Top 250 Global Energy Companies Asia Awards Dinner to network and celebrate with some of the most influential energy executives in Asia. Mark 2 November 2010 on your calendar to take part in one of the most exciting events of the industry at the Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore.

Singapore Electricity Roundtable 2010 The Singapore Electricity Roundtable gathers senior executives and decision makers from the energy, electricity and related industries from Singapore and across the world to discuss challenges and issues important to the global electricity industry.


Leading Energy Industry Pundits and Policy Experts at Singapore International Energy Week 2010

M r Lee Hsien Loong has been Singapore’s thi rd Pr ime Minister since 20 0 4. He was f i rst elected Member of Par liament in 198 4 as a candidate of the People’s Action Par t y (PAP) in Teck Ghee Constituency and has been re - elected in f ive consecutive elections, most recently in 20 06. Before becoming Pr ime Minister, M r Lee held Minister ial appointments in Trade and Industr y, Defence and Finance. He was also Deput y Pr ime Minister for 14 years, with responsibilit y for economic and civil ser vice matters.


H.E. Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah is the Deputy Premier, and Minister of Energy and Industry of the State of Qatar. Prior to this, he was a Director of the Qatar Petrol Company and the Acting Minister of Finance and Petroleum. He was also a Board Member of Gulf Airways Corporation.

Mr S. Iswaran is the Senior Minister of State for Trade & Industry and Education, and is also a member of the Parliament of Singapore. On 1 July 2006, he was appointed Minister of State for Trade & Industry, and on 1 April 2008, he was appointed Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry.

Mr Nobuo Tanaka is the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), which acts as a policy adviser to member countries in ensuring reliable, affordable and clean energy for their citizens. Mr Tanaka was responsible for Japan’s involvement with the IEA and in the late 1980s, he participated in establishing the comprehensive energy policy of Japan. He also oversaw Japan’s international nuclear energy policy and led negotiations of bilateral nuclear agreements.

Mr Michael J. Dolan has been Senior Vice President of Exxon Mobil Corporation since April 2008, having served as Vice President of Exxon Mobil Corporation since September 2004. He was also President of ExxonMobil Chemical Company, a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation.

Mr Tsunehisa Katsumata has been the Chairman of The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) since June 2008. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Federation Of Electric Power Companies of Japan and the Evaluation Committee at Japan Finance Corporation. He majored in Economics from Tokyo University.


Dr Daniel Yergin is a highly respected authority on energy, international politics and economics. He is founder and chairman of IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates (IHS CERA), which is one of the world’s leading consulting and research firms in its field. He received the Pulitzer Prize for The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money and Power (in a new edition in 2009), and authored the highly acclaimed book Commanding Heights: the Battle for the World Economy which chronicles the world’s political and economic destiny since World War II. He is currently writing a new book on energy and geopolitics. Dr. Yergin plays a leadership role in the global energy industry. He received his BA from Yale University, and his Ph.D. from Cambridge University, where he was a Marshall Scholar. Mr Ivo Bozon is a Director in McKinsey & Company’s Amsterdam office. He leads the global energy and material sector representing around 20 percent of the Firm’s activities, with clients in Asia, Russia, Africa, Europe and the US. He has extensive experience in working with International Majors, National Oil Companies, host governments as well as selected independents and oil field services providers. His major research interest lies in the future evolution of the energy industry in the next decade and he has been leading several knowledge investments in this arena.

Mr Neil McGregor is the Chief Executive Officer of Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd. Previously, he was the Managing Director of PowerSeraya Group and Chairman of PetroSeraya, an oil trading subsidiary serving the Singapore bunkers market. Currently he is a Director on the Board of the Energy Studies Institute, a policy adviser on energy matters to the Singapore Government. He has also held several senior international positions, including Directorships, in the Electricity and Gas sector in India, New Zealand and Germany.

Mr Robert N. Stavins is Director of the Harvard Environmental Economics Program and also a former Chair of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Economics Advisory Board. He has examined diverse areas of environmental economics and policy, and has appeared in a variety of publications. Stavins has also directed a bipartisan effort co-chaired by former Senator Timothy Wirth and the late Senator John Heinz to develop innovative approaches to environmental problems. He has been a consultant to government agencies, international organisations, corporations, and advocacy groups.

Professor Frank A. Wolak is the Director of the Programme on Energy and Sustainable Development at Stanford University. He specialises in the study of privatisation, competition and regulation in network industries such as electricity, water supply and natural gas. He is also a Visiting Researcher at the University of California Energy Institute in Berkeley.  Professor Wolak has served as a consultant to the California and U.S. Departments of Justice on market power issues in the telecommunications, electricity, and natural gas markets.


SIEW 2010 Sponsors & Partners Platinum Sponsor : Accenture Today’s quest for an intelligent, “smart grid” centres around building the foundation for environmental sustainability, unprecedented reliability, cost management, and dramatically expanded customer choice and participation in how and where their energy dollars are spent. Accenture is at the forefront of the evolution to a smarter grid. From generation to in-home energy management, from strategic blueprints to operational data analytics, and from the board room to the operations centre, Accenture offers the world-leading expertise that utilities and their customers need to frame their vision of a smarter grid and then achieve its many benefits. We have helped some of the world’s most forward-thinking utilities, corporations and governments build smart grid business cases and strategies. We have helped them evaluate the pros and cons of wholesale replacement of technology versus strategic upgrades. We are also relied upon to provide the road maps, methodologies and assets needed to implement the right capabilities and technologies at the right time, given each organisation’s operational needs, business and financial goals, and regulatory requirements. Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with more than 190,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. The company generated net revenues of US$21.58 billion for the fiscal year ending 31 August 2009. For more information, visit www.accenture.com


SIEW 2010 Platinum Sponsor : Panasonic Panasonic is a worldwide leader in the development and manufacture of electronic products for a wide range of consumer, business, and industrial needs. As one of the largest electronic companies in the world, Panasonic is committed to reducing the burden on the environment through its products, manufacturing, and community outreach activities. In 2007, Panasonic launched its ‘eco ideas’ strategy to underscore its commitment to environmental sustainability. In 2010, it announced its new midterm vision to become the No.1 Green Innovation Company in the electronics industry through green life and green business innovation by 2018, the 100th anniversary of its founding. In support of the global vision, the Panasonic Asia-Pacific headquarters based in Singapore promotes environmental conservation initiatives and encourages the adoption of environmentfriendly products through public eco-awareness campaigns designed for each country in the region. In its ‘eco ideas’ declaration, it has set the targets to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from its production activities and also for eco products to make up 80% of its region’s sales by 2013. In Singapore, Panasonic is the first industry partner to work with the Singapore National Environment Agency to roll out an experiential environmental education module to educate and groom youths from participating schools into Environment Champions through eco education set in a factory environment. Panasonic is also the sole Presenting Partner for the Environment Programme of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games to share its expertise to help inculcate environmentally-friendly behavior and lifestyles. Panasonic shares Singapore’s commitment to sustainable development, and is proud to be a sponsor of the Singapore International Energy Week to help facilitate the exchange of ideas and discussions to advance this important agenda. For more information on Panasonic’s eco initiatives in Asia-Pacific, visit www.panasonic.asia/ecoideas


Sponsors & Partners Singapore Energy Summit Presenting Sponsor : Shell Companies in Singapore Three steps to smarter mobility in cities: Let’s Go! The world is on the move. By 2050, there could be 2 billion vehicles on the roads, twice as many as today. Shell is working with partners to create ‘Smarter Mobility’ solutions to meet the world’s growing energy needs in economically and environmentally sustainable ways. This calls for 1) smarter products - more efficient and lower CO 2 fuels, lubricants and vehicles; 2) smarter usage - through better information and changing driving behavior and 3) smarter infrastructure – focusing on the life cycle carbon footprint of the road infrastructure. Here are three practical ways in which Shell is working with cities to deliver this: 1. Let’s Go Public. Cities such as Johannesburg, Istanbul, Beijing and Singapore have introduced dedicated bus lanes. Bus and taxi fleets are more readily converted to alternative fuels, such as natural gas. These fleets can also get smarter through Shell FuelSave Partner, which tracks fuel use and recommends speeds, routes and driving styles. This cuts fleet fuel consumption by around 10 per cent. 2. Let’s Go Further on Every Drop. Optimising fuel efficiency calls for a mix of better fuels and driving habits. Shell’s FuelSave formula helps customers save one litre for every tank filled. Shell’s FuelSave driver education programme has shared tips such as keeping constant speeds, avoiding sudden braking, and ensuring well-inflated tyres. Drivers who combined fuel saving products with good driving practices have enjoyed fuel savings of up to 24%. 3. Let’s Go Cooler. Road building using conventional (‘hot mix’) asphalt plants can be CO 2 intensive. Shell has a number of ‘warm mix’ technologies that enable roads to be laid at lower temperatures, saving energy and reducing CO 2 emissions.

Shell celebrates 120 years in Singapore in 2011. From its world-class manufacturing plants on Bukom and Jurong Islands to its international trading operations, Singapore is an important hub for the Shell Group’s businesses in the region.


SIEW 2010 Official Car : Audi Efficiency is standard in every Audi. The company adopts a holistic approach to sustainable mobility – addressing the total emissions issue throughout the life cycle of a car from production, car usage to recycling. With this approach, Audi takes into account all emissions-related factors. Audi’s groundbreaking innovations in new technologies, engines and drive concepts, underscores its commitment to the future of sustainable mobility, and can be seen in the Audi Q7 3.0 TDI Clean diesel and Audi e-tron. Audi Q7 3.0 TDI Clean diesel Audi is the pioneer in turbocharged diesel engines with direct injection (TDI). Over the past 20 years, Audi has refined the TDI engine - combing excellent performance, high fuel-efficiency, low-emissions output and low-maintenance. With its ultra low emission system, the Audi Q7 3.0 TDI quattro used at SIEW 2010 is the cleanest diesel in the world. The car’s exhaust emission control system reduces nitrogen oxides by as much as 90 percent, and thus complies with the world’s toughest emission standards - it already undercuts the limit values of the Euro 6 standard that will not come into force until 2014. The Audi Q7 3.0 TDI quattro provides a whole new level of efficiency without compromising performance or comfort. Audi e-tron The Audi e-tron is a high-performance sports car whose four electric motors produce a combined 313 hp. Producing 4,500 Nm of torque, the two-seater quattro accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds, and from 60 to 120 km/h in 4.1 seconds. The lithium-ion battery provides 42.4-kilowatt hours of energy to enable a range of approximately 248 kilometres. Recharging the car’s 213kg battery to full capacity requires six to eight hours on a normal 220V outlet and about two and a half hours on a 400V plug. A small production series of the Audi e-tron built by quattro GmbH, Audi’s division for highperformance and exclusive sporty cars, is scheduled to hit the streets in 2012.


Sponsors & Partners Official Venue : Suntec Singapore Suntec Singapore is a world-class venue located in the heart of Asia’s most integrated meetings, conventions and exhibitions hub. With 100,000sqm of floor space on six levels, this award-winning facility can cater to events from 10 to 12,000 persons with close proximity to various amenities, entertainment and cultural attractions – like direct access to 75,000sqm of meeting space, 5,200 hotel rooms, 1,000 retail and 300 food and beverage outlets within 6 shopping malls, all via air-conditioned covered walkways.

Official Airline : Singapore Airlines Singapore Airlines is internationally recognised as the world’s leading airline, and its iconic cabin crew – the Singapore Girl, with her trademark sarong kebaya - has also grown into an industry icon, the embodiment of Asian warmth and hospitality. With a commitment to fleet modernisation, product and service innovation and market leadership, the Airline quickly distinguished itself as a world-class carrier. Singapore Airlines is the first airline to put the world’s largest passenger aircraft – the Airbus A380 – into service between Singapore and Sydney. Singapore Airlines’ current network, including Singapore Airlines Cargo, SilkAir and codeshare services, covers 147 cities in 47 countries.

Official Travel Agent : Tradewinds Tours & Travel Tradewinds Tours & Travel is a member of the award winning Singapore Airlines Group of Companies. As the tour-operating arm of Singapore Airlines and SilkAir, Tradewinds offers a wide range of tours and travel packages to destinations around the world. Tradewinds also has many years of experience in organising Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE) and is committed to offer outstanding quality and service to our customers.


SIEW 2010 Singapore Energy Lecture Networking Reception Sponsor : Keppel Corporation With a global footprint in more than 30 countries, Keppel leverages its international network, resources and talents to grow its key businesses in Offshore & Marine, Property and Infrastructure. Keppel Energy, its Infrastructure Division’s power generation arm, has a track record of developing, owning and operating power plants in Brazil, China, Ecuador, Philippines and Nicaragua, including Keppel Merlimau Cogen, a 500MW power plant on Singapore’s Jurong Island.

27 October SIEW Networking Reception Sponsor : Tuas Power A fully-owned subsidiary of Huaneng Power International and a member of China Huaneng Group, Tuas Power is a leader in Singapore’s electricity industry with a total installed capacity of 2,670MW in power generation assets. In addition to its core business in power generation, Tuas Power is also engaged in electricity trading and retail, as well as the development and provision of utilities and related services.

2 November SIEW Networking Reception Sponsor : Senoko Energy Senoko Energy is a true triple bottomline company, focused on achieving excellence in its  financial, environmental and community relations performance. It is the largest power generation company in Singapore with a licensed capacity of 3,300MW, providing some 30% of the nation’s electricity needs. About 90% of its electricity is generated from environmentallyfriendly gas-fired combined cycle plants (CCPs).

3 November SIEW Networking Reception Sponsor : PowerSeraya The PowerSeraya Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of YTL Power International Berhad, is an integrated energy company with its core business in generation and retailing of electricity. With a licensed generating capacity of 3,100MW, PowerSeraya is one of Singapore’s largest electricity generators. Besides supplying multi-utility services such as electricity, steam and water, the company also engages in oil trading and provides fuel-related services to customers.


Sponsors & Partners Knowledge Partner : Asian Development Bank The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is an international development finance institution whose mission is to help its developing member countries reduce poverty and improve the quality of life of their people. Headquartered in Manila, and established in 1966, ADB is owned and financed by its 67 members, of which 48 are from the region and 19 are from other parts of the globe.

Knowledge Partner : Bloomberg New Energy Finance As the world transitions to a low-carbon economy, the business of clean energy and carbon is evolving quickly. To stay on top of the latest developments, you need the most accurate, timely information and analyses you can get. That’s Bloomberg New Energy Finance: the world’s leading independent provider of information and analysis on clean energy, low-carbon technologies and the carbon markets to investors, corporations and governments.

Knowledge Partner : International Energy Agency IEA is an intergovernmental organisation acting as an energy policy adviser to 28 member countries to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy for their citizens. Founded during the oil crisis of 1973-74, IEA’s initial role was to co-ordinate measures in times of oil supply emergencies. Its mandate has since broadened to incorporate energy security, economic development and environmental protection as part of balanced energy policy making. Current work focuses on climate change policies, market reform, energy technology collaboration and outreach to the rest of the world, especially major consumers and producers of energy.


SIEW 2010 O f f i ci a l Re g i o n a l B ro a d ca s t e r : C N B C CN BC i s the recogn i sed wo r ld l eade r i n busi nes s new s, p rovid i ng rea l -ti me f i nancia l ma r ket cove rage and busi nes s i nfo r mation to mo re than 3 8 0 m i l l ion households wo r ld w ide. I n A sia - Pacif ic, CN BC i s d i s t r i buted to ove r 70 m i l l ion households and i s un iquel y positioned to speak to viewe r s f rom acros s the reg ion. Headqua r te red i n Si ngapo re,the net wo r k p rovides n i ne hou r s of l ive A sia - p roduced p rog ram m i ng eve r y weekday, w h ich i s com p l emented w ith cove rage of l ive ma r ket action f rom Eu rope and the U S.

Official International Newspaper : Financial Times T he F i nancia l T i mes, one of the wo r ld’s l ead i ng busi nes s new s o rgan i sations, i s recogn i sed i nte r nationa l l y fo r it s autho r it y, i nteg r it y and accu racy. Provid i ng es sentia l news, comment, data and ana l ysi s fo r the g l oba l busi nes s com mun it y, the new spape r, p r i nted at 23 p r i nt sites acros s the g l obe, has a da i l y ci rcu lation of 378,497 (ABC f ig u res, J u l y 2 010), w h i le F T.com has ove r 2.6 m i l l ion reg i s te red use r s and 149,0 47 d ig ita l subscr i be r s. T he F T has a combi ned p r i nt and on l i ne ave rage da i l y reade r sh i p of 1.9 m i l l ion peop l e wo r ld w ide (P w C as su red, Novembe r 2 0 0 9).


Sponsors & Partners Media Partner : Cleantech magazine Cleantech magazine, published by Cleantech Investor, focuses on innovation in clean technology and the drivers behind finance and investment trends in the cleantech, energy and water industries. Cleantech Investor also publishes the Cleantech Infocus series (business intelligence in cleantech industry sub-sectors) and the Quoted Cleantech newsletter. For more information, visit www.cleantechinvestor.com

Media Partner : Recharge The editorial policy of Recharge is to relentlessly pursue accurate, exclusive and independent news coverage of the renewables industry in every corner of the globe. The focus is on business, technology, policy and the key players across all the main areas of renewables, including wind, solar, wave and tidal, geothermal, hydro, carbon capture and biomass. With such a focused approach, Recharge is able to uphold the high standard of global news demanded by readers of the newspaper and www.rechargenews.com

Media Partner : Thomson Reuters Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.  We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers, powered by the world’s most trusted news organisation.  With headquarters in New York, Thomson Reuters employs more than 50,000 people and operates in over 100 countries. For more information, visit www.thomsonreuters.com.


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