Combating climate change and enabling sustainable development The relationshi p bet ween econom ic development and cl i mate change is i nex 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. Recognisi ng the need to d r ive meani ngful d iscussions 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 International 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 ness leade r s and academics fo r a comp rehensive schedule of st rateg ic d i scussions, ex h i bitions and net wo r k i ng 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 n te 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
Service and infrastructure providers
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
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Conferences and Exhibitions
CARBON FORUM ASIA Venue : Raffles City Convention Centre Organiser : - International Emissions Trading Association - Koelnmesse Time : 8.00am - 6.00pm Downstream Asia Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : World Refining Association Time : 9.00am - 6.00pm International Power and Energy Conference Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : - Nanyang Technological University - IEEE Power & Energy Society Singapore Chapter - IET Singapore Network - Institution of Engineers, Singapore Time : 9.00am - 5.30pm Singapore Electricity Roundtable Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : Energy Market Company Time : 9.00am - 5.30pm
SIEW Networking Reception Venue : Raffles City Convention Centre Organiser : Energy Market Authority Time : 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Singapore Electricity Roundtable Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : Energy Market Company Time : 9.00am - 2.00pm
Energy Week 2010 Programme 1 Nov 2010 Monday
2 Nov 2010 Tuesday
3 Nov 2010 Wednesday
Singapore Energy Lecture Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : Energy Market Authority Time : 9.30am - 10.30am
Clean Energy Expo Asia Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : - Koelnmesse - Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore Time : 9.00am - 6.00pm
Singapore Energy Summit & Gala Dinner Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : Energy Market Authority Time : 11.00am - 9.30pm
POWER-GEN Venue : Organiser : Time :
Asia Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore PennWell 9.00am - 6.00pm
Energy Industries in a Carbon-Constrained Future Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : - Energy Studies Institute - Shell Time : 9.00am - 12.30pm The China-India-US Roundtable on Climate Change & Energy Efficiency Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : Energy Studies Institute Time : 2.00pm - 5.00pm Platts Top 250 Global Energy Companies Asia Awards Dinner Venue : Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore Organiser : Platts Time : 6.30pm - 10.30pm Bloomberg NEF Executive Dinner (by invitation only) Venue : Suntec Singapore Organiser : Bloomberg NEF Time : 7.00pm - 10.30pm SIEW Networking Reception SIEW Networking Reception Venue : Suntec Singapore Venue : Marina Bay Sands Resort, Organiser : Energy Market Authority Singapore Time : 6.00pm - 8.00pm Organiser : Energy Market Authority Time : 6.00pm - 8.00pm
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Event Singapore Energy Lecture Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will deliver the annual Singapore Energy Lecture and provide strategic perspectives on energy and climate change issues. 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.
Energy Industries in a Carbon-Constrained Future Panel discussion on the expected evolution of a climate change policy architecture, the roles of companies, key technologies and processes, on competition, and the impact on trade in energy commodities.
National University of Singapore
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.
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.
Highlights POWER-GEN Asia The regionâ€™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.
Downstream Asia Asiaâ€™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.
IPEC 2010 Ninth International Power and Energy Conference and exhibition, dedicated to power engineering, power electronics and energy systems.
Platts 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. Put November 2, 2010 on your calendar to take part in one of the most exciting events of the industry at the Marina Bay Sands at 6:30 pm.
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 Singaporeâ€™s thi rd Pr ime Minister since 20 0 4. He was f i rst elected Member of Pa r liament in 198 4 as a candidate of the Peopleâ€™s Action Pa r 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 yea rs, with responsibilit y for economic and civil ser vice matters.
Mr. Michael Liebreich heads Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the leading independent provider of information and research to investors in clean energy and the carbon markets. He also serves as a Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Alternative Energies and is an Advisory Board Member for the Clinton Global Initiative.
Mr. Nobuo Tanaka is the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), which acts as policy advisor 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. Dr. Peter Taylor leads the IEA division that analyses and promotes the role of energy technologies in achieving the three goals of the IEA: energy security, economic development and environmental protection. Prior to the IEA, Peter was Technical Director of Future Energy Solutions (a business of AEA Technology plc), a major UK energy and environmental consultancy, and had spent 15 years working in both research and consultancy on a range of national and international energy and climate change policy issues. He holds a PhD in Energy Economics from Imperial College, London. Mr. Tomas Nauclér is a Director with McKinsey & Company’s Stockholm office, where he joined the firm in 1992. He is the co-lead of McKinsey’s Sustainability and Resource Productivity Practice. Previously, he also served as the global lead of McKinsey’s Energy Efficiency service line, and the founder and initiator of McKinsey’s Abatement Cost Curves and over 10 National Cost Curves.
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