Accelerating The Clean Energy Revolution in Asia

Ministers, Dignitaries, NECs and IECs gather at Future Energy Asia in Bangkok


  • Future Energy Asia & Future Mobility Asia 2024, endorsed by Thailand’s Ministry of Energy, gathers over 22,000 international energy professionals over three days in Bangkok to delve into Asia’s contributions to the global energy transition and spotlight the region’s decarbonisation efforts.
  • Co-hosted by PTT Group and EGAT, with diamond sponsorship from ADNOC and PTTEP, it accelerates the energy transition and fosters international cooperation.
  • Anticipating over 2,500 conference delegates, the event facilitates vital dialogue on Asia’s role in the global energy transition. Co-located with Future LNG Asia, the Energy Regulators Forum and the ERC Forum, it addresses challenges, supports cooperation, and enables exchanges on industry trends and policy implications for clean energy access.
  • The combined events mark an important milestone for the industry and region, with Southeast Asia anticipated to become the world’s fourth-largest economy by 2030, with energy consumption tripling between 2013 and 2040.


          15 May 2024, Bangkok, Thailand — The Ministry of Energy of the Kingdom of Thailand opened the Future Energy Asia, Future Mobility Asia and Future LNG Asia exhibitions and conferences, which are also co-located alongside ERRA’s 21st Annual Energy Regulators Forum and the ERC (Energy Regulatory Commission of Thailand) Forum. Taking place between the 15th to 17th May, PTT Group and EGAT, whom under the patronage of the Ministry of Energy, Thailand, will welcome a gathering of over 22,000 energy professionals from across the world including, Ministers, C-suite executives, policy makers, investors, and innovators. Convened by PTT Group and EGAT and the event Diamond Sponsors, PTTEP and ADNOC, the events will focus on the industry trilemma of energy security, sustainability, and affordability. This integrated event framework emphasises practical outcomes and actionable insights across the energy landscape, uniting under the theme: “Asia’s Solution to the World’s Energy Challenges”.

Today at Future Energy Asia, leaders discussed the integration of innovative technologies such as CCUS and smart grids for enhanced energy efficiency and sustainability. They highlighted the importance of tailored policies, echoing recent COP28 agreements, and stressed the need to balance sustainable energy with affordability and reliability. Discussions also covered energy security, net-zero power transition, and methane emissions reduction, highlighting the role of public – private partnerships in fostering a greener Asia.

Concurrently, the Energy Regulators Forum and ERC Forum provided a vital platform for policymakers and industry stakeholders to discuss renewable energy adaptation in the ASEAN region. Meanwhile, at Future Mobility Asia, Thailand’s leadership in the mobility revolution was spotlighted, driven by its commitment to carbon neutrality by 2050. Day one highlighted collaborative efforts to modernise infrastructure and promote sustainability through innovative mobility solutions.

Finally, Future LNG Asia addressed LNG’s role in reducing coal dependency and achieving net-zero goals amid market challenges, with discussions on market dynamics, decarbonisation, and the impact of shipping disruptions on regional trade.


Future Energy Asia

Key speakers contributing to Future Energy Asia Strategic Summit and Technical Conferences, include:

  • Sompop Pattanariyankool, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Thailand
  • Nopasit Chaiwanakupt, EVP, Technology, Carbon Solutions, and Sustainable Growth Group, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP)
  • Pavich Kesavawong, Deputy Director-General, Department of Climate Change and Environment (DCCE)
  • Eugene Toh, Assistant Chief Executive and Chief Commercial Officer Energy Market Authority
  • Tawatchai Sumranwanich, Deputy Governor – Strategy, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
  • Narsingh Chaudhary, President – Asia Pacific & India, Black & Veatch


Energy Regulators Forum & ERC Forum

Industry leaders contributing to Energy Regulators Forum and the ERC Forum, include:

  • Pierre Noël, Senior Energy Adviser, TBI Global Advisory
  • Alejandro Hernandez, Principal and India and Global Opportunities Program Director, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)
  • Rashdan Yusof, Chairman, Energy Commission, Malaysia
  • Eugene Toh, Assistant Chief Executive, Energy Market Authority, Singapore
  • U Moe Thu Aung, Deputy Director, Ministry of Energy, Myanmar
  • Phuwanart Choonhapran, Assistant Secretary, General, Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), Thailand


Future Mobility Asia

Industry leaders contributing to Future Mobility Asia Strategic Summit, include:

  • Hang Vu, CEO, VinFast Thailand
  • Joseph Hong, Managing Director, Bosch Thailand and Laos
  • Prasanna Ganesh, EVP, People and Business Transformation Group, Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing
  • Prempreedee Kitirattrakarn, Investment Director, Corporate Venture Capital, PTT Group
  • Jelena Kremenjas, GM, Sustainability, DHL Supply Chain
  • E. Rachmat Kaimuddin, Deputy Minister for Infrastructure and Transportation Coordination, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Investment, Republic of Indonesia



Future LNG Asia

Industry leaders contributing to Future LNG Asia Strategic Summit, include:

  • Yaoyu Zhang, Global Head of LNG & New Energies, PetroChina International
  • Delphi Sun, Assistant President & Head of Global LNG, ENN Natural Gas Co., Ltd.
  • Ralf Dickgreber, Head of Global LNG & Biomass, ENGIE
  • Jack Jones, General Manager, Energy Transportation & Supply Chain Solutions, NYK Line
  • Kenneth Foo, Associate Director, APAC LNG, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Mehdi Chennoufi, Head of Global LNG Origination & Market Development Shell Energy


Together, these events provide a dynamic platform for stakeholders to forge partnerships, share innovative solutions, and shape policies that will collectively advance the global pursuit of a sustainable energy future. The outcomes will influence energy markets, guide technological adoption, and drive regional and international cooperation.


          Dr. Sompop Pattanariyankool, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Minister of Energy, Kingdom of Thailand, said: “The Future Energy Asia & Future Mobility Asia 2024 demonstrates Thailand’s commitment to advancing the energy transition agenda. With the involvement of major stakeholders from across the world, we gather to create actionable initiatives and collaborations that will drive us to low carbon energy future.”


          Christopher Hudson, President, dmg events, said: dmg events is privileged to offer a platform for industry professionals to meet, collaborate, and contribute to significant advancements in the energy sector. This event demonstrates our commitment to encouraging meaningful conversation and fostering innovation to speed the global energy transition. Future Energy Asia aims to stimulate positive results, inspire tangible ideas, and pave the road for a sustainable energy future.”


          Wuttikorn Stithit, Chief Operating Officer, Upstream Petroleum and Gas Business Group PTT PLC, said: “Amidst a global drive towards de-carbonisation, the rapid expansion of renewable energies, and the pivotal role of digital technologies in enhancing our energy frameworks, we have the power to drive meaningful change and leave a lasting legacy of sustainability and prosperity.”


          Thepparat Theppitak, Governor, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) said: At EGAT, we are at the forefront of integrating cutting-edge technologies and renewable resources to transform Asia’s energy framework. This summit provides a vital platform for sharing advancements and collaborative achievements, highlighting Asia’s proactive role in addressing global energy demands and environmental goals.”