KPMG Global Energy Institute 4th Cocktail Reception “Singapore – as an LNG hub” 

Tokyo | February 2014 | Recap

Time/date: Wednesday, 19th February 2014 | 6 pm (SGT)

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 2.41MB) is available for download.


A Japanese version of the article is available (PDF 2.53MB).


Tim Rockell in Singapore



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Mina Sekiguchi

Mina Sekiguchi

Managing Director, Head of Energy & Infrastructure, KPMG in Japan and Head of Energy & Natural Resources, KPMG in Asia Pacific

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Pek Hak Bin

Pek Hak Bin

Head of Energy & Natural Resources, ASEAN

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Tim Rockell

Tim Rockell

Director, KPMG Global Energy Institute, Asia Pacific

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