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KPMG is proud to host global events dedicated to the energy industry.
Global Energy Institute Business Club

Close to 50 senior executives from the Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) sector gathered at Tower Club on 2 Oct to share and discuss insights on strategic procurement and the latest oil & gas M&A trends. Hosted by KPMG’s Global Energy Institute (GEI) for Asia Pacific, the latest business club event addressed two of eight areas highlighted by the GEI as key to helping businesses achieve sustainable growth in 2014: Delivering Performance, JV’s and Structuring.

 

Please visit Global Energy Institute Business Club, M&A and Strategic Procurement Insight, Recap page for more details.

 

Singapore International Energy Week 2014

KPMG is proud to sponsor the Singapore International Energy Week 2014 and participate in a number of activities such as the Singapore Energy Summit, the Edison Electricity Institute and an event with the Energy Market Authority and the International Energy Agency.

 

Please visit Singapore International Energy Week, 2014 page for more details.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact:


Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

Indonesia Business Club Launch Event

Hosted by KPMG’s Global Energy Institute, the Indonesia Business Club event was held at the prestigious SKYE Bar and Restaurant, Jakarta, attracting senior executives across Indonesia’s Energy & Natural Resources sector (ENR).

 

A post-event recap summarizes key issues discussed at the session.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact:


Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

Managing your commodity risk

KPMG’s Global Energy Institute was invited to participate in the Commodity Market Risk Forum held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Singapore in June 2014.

 

Hosted by Platts and ZE Power Group, the commodity market risk forum was held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Singapore with an overwhelming response and interest from the trading community. The forum provided a series of insightful presentations prepared by speakers from KPMG Global Energy Institute and S&P Capital on commodity risk management through market uncertainty.

 

KPMG’s Head of Risk Consulting, Irving Low, gave an overview of past and recent developments on monitoring and controlling risk within corporations. He outlined the current best practices in governance, risk and compliance with a specific focus on enterprise risk management. Next, KPMG’s Matthew Sullivan, Director, Commodity & Energy Risk Management provided an overview of market best practices in risk management techniques. He also outlined the changes in the regulatory environment between commodity derivatives and commodity futures, with details on central clearing of commodity derivatives and comparison of channels to trade.

 

A post-event report (PDF 2.01 KB) is available for download.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact:

 

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

Singapore Electricity Futures Market

On the 25th April 2014, an industry workshop organized at Amara Hotel in Singapore, witnessed a slew of compelling topics presented by industry leaders

 

Mr. Toh Seong Wah (Senior VP Market Operations & IT of EMC) introduced the forum to the National Electricity Market of Singapore (NEMS). Dr Matthias Obert (Director Commodities- SGX), presented an overview of Electricity Futures Market and Mr Reinhard Klemmer (Partner and Head of Accounting Advisory Services KPMG, Singapore) outlined Commodity Risk Management for Industrials & Requirements of Hedge Accounting.

 

A post-event report (PDF 274 KB) is available for download.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact:

 

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

Singapore – as an LNG hub

KPMG’s Global Energy Institute organised a reception for energy leaders in February 2014 at the Maison BARSAC restaurant in Tokyo.

 

Global Energy Institute inaugural event in Tokyo has presented the latest insights on Singapore as an LNG hub with challenges and opportunities faced by the ASEAN regions. The event also shared the eight key themes that are commonly faced by energy and natural resource companies and how these key themes affect the performance of the companies.

 

Pek Hak Bin as a keynote speaker introduced the opportunities for the energy industry in Singapore’s LNG hub and the challenging outlook of energy market in 2014.

 

A post-event report (PDF 2.4 MB) is available for download.

 

A Japanese version of the article (PDF 2.5 MB) is available.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact:

 

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

Understanding the Challenges and Identifying Opportunities

With so much happening in the sector in Singapore it is hard to keep up with the latest developments and understand what is new and innovative. The event aimed to share two new ideas that are going to help build added value to already successful organisations here in this rapidly emerging energy city. One idea is on identifying the real areas for value enhancement and the other on management of commodity trading.

 

A post-event report (PDF 1.3 MB) is available for download.

 

If you have any questions about the event, please contact:

 

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

KPMG Global Energy Conference 2013 – Singapore

KPMG Global Energy Conference 2013 – Singapore

The inaugural KPMG Global Energy Conference - Asia Pacific and official launch of the KPMG Global Energy Institute – Asia Pacific was held in Singapore on April 25 2013. Themed on ‘Opportunities in Asia’, dealing with complexity in the fast changing energy landscape, over 300 delegates heard speakers from government, industry and other stakeholders as they shared insights on the quest for solutions balancing the requirements of regional economic growth, operational efficiency and energy security.


If you have any questions about the event, please contact:

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

KPMG ENRich Energy Conference 2013 – India

KPMG ENRich Energy Conference 2013 – India
The 4th Annual KPMG ENRich Energy Conference, took place in New Delhi, India and combined high profile panel discussion sessions on challenges and opportunities facing the sector. It also provided interactive discussions with CEOs, business and financial executives and policy makers within the Energy & Natural Resources sector.

For more information, please contact:

 

Payal Dosi in India

+91 22 3090 1525

 

KPMG – Global Energy Institute Cocktail Reception 2013

KPMG – Global Energy Institute Cocktail Reception 2013

Success of the launching Global Energy Institute in Singapore, a business club cocktail event was introduced as an Institute’s initiative to bring together senior decision makers in the Energy and Natural Resource Sector. As a first business club, “Gas – above the ground” becomes the theme with over 200 audience attended the event. The main aspiration of this event is to create a platform for networking and allow guest speakers provide insights and forum for the senior decision makers in the energy industry. A post-event report can be downloaded.


If you have any questions about the event, please contact:

 

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

 

KPMG – Singapore International Energy Week IEA Lunch Report

KPMG – Singapore International Energy Week IEA Lunch Report
The IEA World Energy Outlook 2013 Report, an event co-hosted by EMA and IEA in partnership with KPMG, has presented a special report series –“ Southeast Asia Energy Outlook” for CEOs, energy policymaker, senior energy executives and economists in energy industry. The report highlighted the prospects of Southeast Asia regions as an emerging player with China and India to create a shift in the global energy system. Key note speaker is Dr Fatih Birol, Chief Economist of International Energy Agency (IEA), who is a prominent energy economist on the global energy market analysis. A post-event report can be downloaded.


 

Tim Rockell in Singapore

+6565071998

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