Welcome to EI Singapore
The EI Singapore branch is now “open for business” and is in the process of developing a vibrant program of activities aimed at forging strong and sustainable relationships with existing Singaporean Institutions as well as creating opportunities for collaboration and cooperation between Singapore and the UK across all energy sector activity.
The Asian region is now the world’s largest and fastest growing energy market and Singapore is well positioned to play a fundamental role in the development of the sector both as a major regional financial centre and energy trading hub as well as in the field of technical innovation (see www.futurereadysingapore.com/index.html).
From early 2017, the EI Singapore Branch will be running an active program of events, some in partnership with BRITCHAM (the British Chamber of Commerce), and communicating with it members, both actual and prospective, on a regular basis through the publication of its own Singapore-focused newsletter.
Central to EI’s activities will be the formation of a vibrant Young Professional Network aimed at engaging the energy professionals and managers of the future in active dialogue about the continuing evolution of the energy industry and their developing roles within it.
Please click on the Documents tab above for an article published in the Asia Supplement contained in the November 2016 edition of Petroleum Review highlighting Singapore’s approach to energy sector development co-written by Peter Godfrey MEI, the EI’s newly appointed Managing Director in Singapore and Ken Hickson of Sustainability Showcase Asia. Peter and Ken will also be shortly publishing a further article in the EI’s publication Energy World summarising the highlights of Singapore International Energy Week that took place during October 2016.
If you are interested in becoming involved or hearing more about Singapore’s developing branch activities, please contact Peter Godfrey directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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