AIEN is producing an incredible two-day program for its annual International Energy Summit. Stay up-to-date on current trends and challenges in the international energy industry by attending sessions that include high-profile speakers, interviews, hot topics, fireside chats, moderated discussions and more!
Topics to be featured this year:
- The NOC Balancing Act: How to Leverage the Strengths of Conventional Energy While Exploring Energy Diversification
- One Year Later – Is Natural Gas Still Relevant to the Energy Evolution? A Look at the Buyer/Seller Relationship and Beyond
- Practical Solutions to Achieving Climate Goals
- The Continuing Search for Oil and Gas and the Need to Address Shareholder and Stakeholder Concerns
- A Case Study in ESG – The Thuen-Hinboun Power Company hydropower project in Laos
- The Rising Price of Energy Development
- Securing Critical Minerals for Cleaner Energy
- The Political Side of the Energy Transition
- From Origination to Utilization: Evolution of Energy Businesses Lifecycle in the post-COP26 World, Including an Update on COP28
- Hydrogen: How, What, Where and When Does Hydrogen Fit into the Energy Transition in Asia-Pacific?
- Large-Scale Decarbonization: Regional Approaches
- Understanding the Legal Risks of the Low Carbon World – From Climate Change Litigation to Arbitration Across the Globe
- Financing the Low Carbon World and How to Align Investments with ESG Goals
Complete program to be released soon!
Keynote and Featured Speakers
Montri Rawanchaikul, CEO and President, PTTEP
Adif Zulkifli, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Upstream, Petronas
Joe Cummings, Award Winning Travel Journalist and Editor-at-Large, CNN
Dr. Nuki Agya Utama, Executive Director, ASEAN Centre for Energy
Luca Vignati, Upstream Director, ENI
Prior to the IES Welcome Reception and kick-off of the conference, AIEN will host four workshops on Tuesday, June 11. There will be two morning workshops and two afternoon workshops, allowing attendees to register for more than one workshop and double their learning! All workshops are $200 each and can be added on to your conference registration. Registration will include a coffee break, lunch and workshop materials.
The number of participants in each workshop is limited in order to facilitate the highest level of interaction.
Morning Workshops (8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Negotiating, Drafting and Documenting a Solar Power Purchase Agreement
The Evolving Energy and Petroleum Laws of Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and China: A Comparative Overview of the Changing Regulatory Landscape
Afternoon Workshops (1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Designing and Developing CCS/CCUS Projects: Conditions for Deployment, Project Structures and Risk Allocation
Optimizing the AIEN Model LNG Sale and Purchase Agreement