Dear Valued Members,
MGA will be organizing a tea-talk on “Gas Market Reforms in Malaysia: Global Trends and Third Party Access”. Designed to provide insights on the changing landscape of the global gas market and opportunities to participate in an exciting new phase of the Malaysian gas market, the tea-talk will showcase eminent speakers with intimate knowledge of the gas market and how the latest developments are unfolding.
Details of the tea-talk are as follows:
Date: 9 May 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 2.30 – 5.00 PM
Venue: Grand Salon, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Our speakers as follows;
•IEDA GOMEZ, speaking on “Global Trends and Outlook for the Gas Market”.
Ieda is an independent consultant and director of the UK based consultancy Energix Strategy Ltd. She is also the Senior Visiting Research Fellow at The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and Senior Adviser to the Brazilian think tank FGV Energia
Ieda has over 30 years of extensive international experience in the oil, gas and energy industry, which includes gas and power project development, energy market fundamentals, energy strategy, gas and LNG sales and marketing, energy pricing, regulation, contract negotiation, asset management, re-structuring, privatization and set up of new ventures.
She was previously a Group Leader with BP plc, with a host of international assignments spanning over nearly 14 years. She was also the CEO of the Sao Paulo Gas Distribution Company (Comgas), the largest gas distribution company in Brazil. She is currently a non-executive director with several French and US companies and an active contributor to the International Gas Union (IGU) programme committees and task forces.
•RUMAIZI A HALIM, speaking on “An Overview of the Gas Supply Act (Amendment) 2016 and Its Impact on the Gas Market Landscape.”
Rumaizi is the Head of Gas Market Development and Operation at Energy Commission Malaysia (ST), responsible for enabling the Gas Supply Act (Amendment) 2016 and Third Party Access (TPA), and working closely with all market players to ensure compliant with the requirements of the Act.
He is also responsible in promoting competition in gas market and monitoring market operation.
Prior to joining Energy Commission, he was with PETRONAS Gas Berhad (PGB) for 24 years heading various strategic positions, where he played an instrumental role in developing the TPA framework that has leveled the playing field for all players.
Fee to attend the tea-talk is as follows;
•Non Members: RM200
(Prices are per person and inclusive of GST)
Seats are limited and is on a first come first served basis. Kindly register by returning the attached form to Afira by 3rd May 2017.
We look forward to your participation in the tea-talk.
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