Wood Mackenzie at the 2019 Asia Oil & Gas Conference (AOGC)

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Asia Oil & Gas Conference (AOGC) is Asia’s most premier and anticipated oil & gas event in Asia. It is a platform where energy professionals and industry shapers convene and engage in strategic discussions to identify solutions in propelling the industry forward.

Wood Mackenzie is proud to be the official knowledge partner for AOGC 2019. Listen to the latest insights by our experts during the conference sessions and visit our stand at booth W6 to personally meet our experts.

For queries relating to Wood Mackenzie's participation at the event or to book a meeting with our industry experts, please contact denise.lim@woodmac.com

For further information on how you can book your place to attend the conference, please visit the event website http://aogc.com.my/.


  • 25 June 2019

    • A New World Order


      • Simon Flowers was appointed Chairman, Energy for Wood Mackenzie in April 2016. He has led the commodities, global trends and corporate analysis research over the last few years and has been Chief Analyst since July 2015. He writes ‘The Edge’, Wood Mackenzie’s weekly thought-leadership insight on oil and gas. Simon re-joined Wood Mackenzie in 2010, and has over 20 years of experience in the oil, gas, utilities and mining sectors, working with the boards of many energy companies on strategic issues. His views on major industry issues are regularly sought by the media in Europe, the US and Asia. Simon was MD and Head of Pan European Utilities Research with BAML from 1998, covering the major European utilities. The team was Top 3 ranked in the sector for over a decade and Simon was involved in most of the major European privatisations in the sector during this period, including Enel, EdF and GdF. Simon was a No.1 ranked oil analyst with NatWest Markets 1992-98. Prior to joining NatWest, he had worked for Ord Minnett Securities in Sydney as an energy and mining analyst in the Australian market. Simon graduated in geology from the University of Edinburgh, and worked for two years as a geologist in the oil industry working in the Netherlands and offshore Egypt. Simon originally joined Wood Mackenzie in 1983 as an analyst in the North Sea and NW Europe Services.