24 January 2018 - 25 January 2018 at Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore

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2018 APAC Energy Assembly

The Definitive Event for Executives Working In Asia-Pacific’s Energy Industry – Investment, Finance, M&A, Cost, Capex and Growth

Day 1
Day 2

Day One - Wednesday 24th January

08:15 - 09:15am: Registration, refreshments and networking
09:15 – 09:30am: Welcome remarks and official opening ceremony
09:30 – 10:45am: Leading APAC’s Energy Transition: Where are energy companies leading the transition and what role will they play in the converging value chain? Where are the opportunities for collaboration and cross-industry learning? Which countries and which markets boast the most attractive opportunities and how accessible are they? Where are the market reforms? How can Asia achieve a more sustainable cleaner energy agenda?
10:45 - 11:30am: Refreshment break and networking
11:30 – 12:45pm: Optimising the Future of Global Gas: How can energy companies, investors and financiers capitalise on the ever-growing gas revolution? Where are they putting their money and where is the appetite for new gas projects in upstream, power generation, LNG terminals, FSRUs and energy infrastructure? 
12:45 - 2:00pm: Lunch and networking opportunities
2:00 – 3:15pm: New LNG Market Dynamics:  Strategies and diversification of buyers and sellers; where will new markets, buyers and projects come from? When will we see real waves in development of small-scale, bunkering and LNG for transport in this region? How are non-traditional players differentiating themselves? Will commodity traders and gas buyers continue to play an increasing role? Innovations and flexibility in contracts
3:15 - 4:00pm: Refreshment break and networking
4:00 – 5:15pm: Financing the Region’s Gas-to-Power Revolution: What role will South East Asia play in developing GTP? How can the challenges surrounding structuring, financing and regulations be overcome to push projects forward? What are the latest transactions and project financings in the region and where are the opportunities? Will we see more convergence of gas suppliers, LNG importers, power developers and end users?
5:15 - 5:30pm: Concluding remarks and close of first day
6.30 – 11:00pm: Asia-Pacific Energy Awards Dinner

Day Two - Thursday 25th January

08:15 - 09:15am: Registration, refreshments and networking
09:15 – 09:30amWelcome remarks; summary of day 1 and scene setting for day 2
09:30 – 10:45am: The Rise of the NOCs: The increasing influence of NOCs and SOEs in the region’s oil & gas sector. How are NOCs investing in energy security? Where are NOCs concentrating their investments and are we seeing an uptick in activity? What are the emerging domestic opportunities for foreign companies to partner with NOCs?
10:45 - 11.30am: Refreshment break and networking
11:30 – 12:45pm: Rejuvenating Asia Pacific’s Upstream: How can we recover more for less? Where is the emphasis being put on capex and how can it be seen to be competitive globally? Where are companies drilling and what are their commitments and strategies? Who are the new players and what are their portfolio preferences? Will we see an increasing number of divestments over the next 12 months? Should E&P companies be focusing more on unconventional oil & gas and how do the shale, CBM and tight gas opportunities stack up? 
12:45- 2:00pm: Lunch and networking opportunities

:003:15pm: The Role of Finance and Investment in the Region’s Energy Transition: How are banks and investors aligning themselves to capitalize on the opportunities in the broader energy sector? What are the major financial challenges that energy CEOs and CFOs will face in 2018? How are energy companies/projects being financed sufficiently to bring projects to FID? What does the PE outlook look like across APAC? Have we turned a corner and will we start seeing an uptick in M&A? Can we expect to see more mergers and mega-mergers as the industry continues to amalgamate further? 
3:15- 4:00pm:  Refreshment break and networking
4:005:00pm: Future of Technology and Energy Services: Regaining margins in a low-cost environment. Where are service companies leading technological innovations across APAC? How are OFS and energy services collaborating in enabling the energy transition and will we see more consolidation of the OFS sector? Are service companies best positioned to engage with the new opportunities in cleaner energy and renewables? Emerging developments in digitalization and cloud data to maximise efficiency
5:00pm:  Concluding remarks and close of Assembly

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