Securing Asia’s Energy and Natural Resources Future
With Europe facing recession and US growth stalling, Asia will drive global economic growth in 2023. With this comes not only a resurgent demand for energy and natural resources but also a pressing need to secure the commodities to drive this growth. But this isn’t business as usual, government and consumers across the region want companies to go much faster to decarbonize.
Join Wood Mackenzie’s expert analysts and leaders from across the industry on 15 June at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore to hear how governments, companies, and investors can successfully transform the way we power Asia’s future growth.
This event is complimentary for Wood Mackenzie clients.
Non-clients can purchase tickets to attend this event at SGD 499 (In-Person Session in Singapore).
We are back in person!
This one-day conference will be taking place on June 15, and we are excited to see you in person in Singapore.
The flagship event for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, the Energy & Natural Resources Summit pulls together Wood Mackenzie expertise from across the entire natural resources chain, delivering the latest updates in one unmissable event and offering enhanced interaction and networking opportunities with industry peers.
Get up to speed on the key trends driving the industry and gain a view of how these will impact markets going forward.
- Delivering Asia Pacific’s low carbon upstream future
- Plotting Asia’s gas and LNG market recovery
- Asia Pacific’s outsized role in the Supplying of energy transition minerals
- Women and the energy transition: How will Asia finance its energy transition?
- Geopolitics, deglobalization and trade: The impact on Asia’s energy transition
Join us in person and be part of a global network; Connect, learn, and share with the Wood Mackenzie team, key industry leaders and fellow peers from the energy and natural resources industries.
Hear what past attendees had to say:
- The content was very relevant, and the length and pace of the sessions were ideal. Thank you. - Sasol
- Overall, I really liked the panel discussions and great speaker line-up. The questions were crisp and the answers insightful. - NNPC Ltd
- The content was excellent and the delivery was incredibly professional. Enjoyed the balance of keynote speakers and panel discussions. Well done WoodMac. - Shell
- Great effort by WoodMac. The conference was excellent. Well done! - ANZ
Who should attend?
IOCs, NOCs, Institutional Investors and Investment Banks, Utilities, E&P, Power & Renewables Developers, Independent Downstream, Metals & Mining, Gas & LNG, Upstream oil & gas
Don't miss the chance to network with these attendees in 2023:
ANZ Bank, BHP, BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips ExxonMobil, HSBC, Iberdrola, JERA, Mitsubishi, MUFG Bank, Orica, MIND ID, NATIXIS, Pertamina, Rio Tinto, Sembcorp, Shell, Standard Chartered Bank, Sumitomo, Singapore Petroleum Company, Shell, South32, TotalEnergies, United Overseas Bank, Westpac Banking, and more.
Senior Vice President, International E&P
Research Director, Asia Pacific
Asia Decarbonization Leader
Head of CCUS Research
Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific
Global Head of Metals and Mining
Principal Economist, APAC
Research Director - Asia Pacific Gas & LNG
Global Head of Metals, Mining & Transition Materials
Head of Base Metals & Steel Alloys Markets
Head of Strategy & Planning
Chairman, Chief Analyst and Author of The Edge
Head of Metals, Mining & Chemical Sector Banking, Global Corporate & Investment Banking
Division COO, New LNG Ventures and Marketing Division, Natural Gas Group
Su Yin Anand
Head of Shipping
Executive Vice President, CEO, Natural Gas Group
Vice President, Asia Pacific, Low Carbon Solutions
Global Head of Metals and Mining Assets
President South & Southeast Asia
Vice Chairman, Energy – Asia Pacific
Research Director, Asia Pacific Gas and LNG
Director, Gas and LNG Consulting
Executive Vice President, Marketing & Trading
Head of Corporate Advisory, Singapore
Managing Director, Global Head of Metals and Mining
Vice President, International Assets
Head of Asia Pacific Power & Renewables Research
Vice Director of International Trade Centre
Flor De la Cruz
Principal Analyst, Energy Transition
MD Energy & Transition, AsiaPac & Middle East
Director, Global Industries Group, Transition Finance
Head of Singapore Climate Change and Energy Team
Fellow, University of Melbourne and Senior Adviser, Asialink