2014 ENRich - KPMG Energy Conference - India

The fifth edition of ENRich, KPMG in India’s flagship event for the Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) sector.

26 Noiembrie 2014, 8:30AM - 4:30PM, IST

The event hosted interactive discussions with CEOs, business and financial executives, policy makers of the energy and natural resources sector along with high profile panel discussions on challenges and opportunities facing the sector. Previous editions of ENRich had 200+ executives from India and around the globe.

 

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Day and Date: Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Venue: Taj Palace Hotel, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi

Time Programme details
09:30a.m. – 10:00a.m.

Registration

10:00a.m.– 11:00a.m.

Inaugural session

Chief Guest Mr. Piyush Goyal, Honourable Minister of State (IC) - Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy

Keynote Speaker Mr. Dharmendra Pradhan, Honourable Minister of State (IC) – Petroleum and Natural Gas (Confirmation awaited)

11:00a.m. – 11:30a.m. Tea Break/Press Interactions
11:30a.m. – 13:30p.m.

Panel Discussion: India’s energy imperatives and options

  • Planning for the new age energy scenario: Identifying today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities

Dr. Arup Roy Choudhury, Chairman & Managing Director, NTPC

Mr. Deepak Amitabh, Chairman & Managing Director, PTC India

Mr. Ratul Puri, Chairman, Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Sumant Sinha, Chairman & CEO, Renew Power

Mr. Mahinder Nath, Executive Vice President & Head of Business South Asia, GDF Suez Energy

13:30p.m. – 14:30p.m. Networking Lunch
14:30p.m. – 16:00p.m

Panel Discussion: Solving the supply side riddle: Balancing security and affordability challenges

  • Discussion on coal, hydrocarbons, nuclear fuels, renewables aspects: domestic and imports

Mr. Alok Perti, Advisor at Ministry of Coal, Government of India

Mr. I Srinivas Rao, Executive Director (Gas), BPCL

Mr. R S Sharma, MD & CEO, Jindal Power Limited

Mr. Tejpreet Chopra, President & CEO, Bharat Light & Power

14:30p.m. – 16:00p.m.

Panel Discussion: Strengthening energy markets to promote efficiency, competition, and logistics challenges

  • Discussion on LNG, electricity trading, coal and logistics

Mr. Haziq Beg, COO, IL&FS Energy

Mr. Narendra Kumar, MD, Indraprastha Gas Limited

Mr. Rajesh Kumar Mediratta, Director, IEX

Mr. Alok Roy, CEO, Reliance Power Transmission

14:30p.m. – 16:00p.m.

Panel Discussion: Breaking the logjam at the end of the delivery chain

  • Discussion on power distribution, transport (essentially oil and gas), DSM, smart-grids and other energy applications

Mr. Praveer Sinha, CEO, Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited

Mr. Reji Pillai, President, Smart Grid Forum

Mr. T N Thakur, Former CMD, PTC India

Mr. Prabir Neogi, CEO, New Initiatives on Fuel & Power Distribution, CESC (RPG Group)

16:00p.m. – 16:30p.m. Tea Break
16:30p.m. – 17:30p.m.

Closing session: Piecing together the pathways and developing actions for an integrated response

  • Concluding session on summarising potential issues discussed and suggest a plan of action

Mr. R V Shahi, Member-Convenor, Advisory group to Ministry of Power, Coal, & Renewable Energy, Chairman, Energy Infratech and Former Power Secretary, Government of India

 

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Recap

The fifth edition of ENRich, KPMG in India’s flagship event for the Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) sector, was held on Wednesday, 26 November, 2014 in New Delhi, India. The event featured discussions between industry leaders, policy makers, advisors and financiers on the energy sector, along with high profile panel discussions on the various aspects. Over the years, ENRich has evolved into India's leading event in the energy sector. The purpose of this conclave was to provide a platform that creates the 'think tank' for policy makers to gain and share insights into local and global trends.

 

The event serves as a platform for key energy and natural resources (ENR) industry professionals across the ecosystem in the private and public sectors, regulators, policymakers, investors and financiers and industry analysts, amongst regulators, who come together to debate on key challenges before the sector. ENRich 2014 focussed on highlighting key issues faced by the energy sector and debating possible solutions to these problems. The eminent panellists representing the government and policy makers as well as industry leaders discussed core issues across the energy value chain and the solutions that they seek from the policy makers. The packed event witnessed participation from  over 220 senior industry delegates from domestic and international organisations.

 

This year, the theme of the conclave was 'India's energy imperatives and options' covering energy: security, affordability and sustainability. Some of the core issues faced by the energy sector in India include; shortage of coal, oil and gas, declining investments in the energy sector, declining natural gas production, subsidised energy prices, efficiency of market structures, distribution side reforms and delays in approvals, clearances for projects. So, keeping in mind the above issues, we had four roundtables including the theme discussion which saw participation from 19 eminent industry panellists:

 

  • India's energy imperatives and options
  • Solving the supply side riddle: Balancing security and affordability challenges - discussion on coal, hydrocarbons, nuclear fuels, renewables aspects: domestic and imports
  • Strengthening energy markets to promote efficiency, competitiveness, and address logistics challenges - discussion on LNG, electricity trading, coal and logistics
  • Breaking the logjam at the end of the delivery chain - discussion on power distribution, transport (essentially oil and gas), DSM, smart-grids and other energy applications.
 
The last session therefore, attempted to capture key pain points for the industry and possible ways to address these issues that may be taken up with the government and policymakers. ENRich provides an excellent opportunity to ENR professionals to engage with key industry leaders and policymakers and facilitates discussions on issues and challenges that help in deciding the future of the energy sector in India.
 
 
We look forward to your continued support, encouragement and participation to help us take our engaging dialogues to the next level and welcome you to ENRich 2015.