EI Singapore branch

The EI Singapore branch works closely with existing Singaporean Institutions to offer a vibrant program of activities, 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.

Affiliate and Associate Members in Singapore are entitled to a 50% discount on EI membership. Please use the code EISINGAPORE21 when registering to receive the discount.

To get in touch with EI Singapore, please contact singapore@energyinst.org.

Future of Shipping webinar series:

You can find a video recording of the latest webinar The Future of Shipping:  Disruptive Technologies here.

The session was chaired by Tarun Mehrota, Director of Trade and Transport at Rainmaking.  A link to Rainmaking's Decarbonising the Maritime Industry paper can be found here.

Committee contact

Peter Godfrey MEI
Position: Chair
Tim Rockell
Position: Vice-Chair
Andy Bell
Position: Honorary Secretary
Lim Kee Huat
Position: Committee member
Tony Regan
Position: Committee Member
Rishab Shrestha
Position: YPN Chair
Keith Kee
Position: Committee Member
Steve Puckett
Position: Committee Member
Philip Jackson
Position: Committee Member
Paul Doherty
Position: Committee Member
Jacqueline Toh
Position: YPN Committee Member
Set Zhi Wei
Position: YPN Committee Member
Matthew Shields
Position: YPN Committee Member
Ragothaman Raghavendran
Position: Committee Member
Harry Whitaker
Position: Committee Member

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