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Singapore International Energy Week 2015

KPMG Global Energy Institute – Asia Pacific is proud to participate in this week-long event.

26 October 2015 - 30 October 2015, 9:00AM - 9:00PM, SGT

Leading policy makers, financial experts and global energy leaders will convene at the Singapore International Energy Week from October 26-30, to exchange views and perspectives on core themes shaping the global energy system. The SIEW theme for this year is “Global Energy Transitions”. 


Organised by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), the week-long program will host a number of thought-provoking conferences and round-tables to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the world’s fast evolving energy ecosystem.


KPMG through its Global Energy Institute – Asia Pacific will participate in a range of events, featuring topics from the potential of renewables, energy security, LNG and overcoming financial barriers to funding in the power sector.


KPMG’s Activities:

  • SIEW – KPMG is a sponsor, as well as co-hosting events with the International Energy Agency and the Energy Market  Authority, Tim Rockell, Director of the Global Energy Institute Asia Pacific is moderating a panel at the Singapore Energy Summit during Session 2 on Monday 26 October on Securing Energy in an Era of Uncertainty.
  • Gastech 2015. KPMG’s Mary Hemmingsen is presenting a paper on Thursday 29 October on “Is Canada still considered an LNG supplier of choice? Examining the fundamental requirements of Asian buyers. Mary is also presenting at the Canadian Pavilion and the Women in Energy forums on Wednesday 28 October.
  • Edison Energy Institute - Asian Energy Financial & Investment Conference. KPMG is headline sponsor and Sharad Somani is moderating a panel entitled Energy Finance: Breaking New Ground.


KPMG Partners from our practices in Australia, Canada, China and Japan will be participating with their colleagues in Singapore to join us contact Tim Rockell.


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