(EnergyAsia, April 1, Tuesday) — EnergyAsia has launched a new service: a series of interviews with senior executives of companies involved in the energy business.

The interviews are recorded on film and available for viewing on www.EnergyAsia.com, and on YouTube. Nine companies are featured in the latest interviews.

For use of these copyright interviews, please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com.

Rotary Engineering, Chia Kim Piow
Rotary Engineering chairman and MD Chia Kim Piow shares his thoughts on the oil and gas industry in the face of rising costs, the global competition for labour and talents, and the turbulence on the world financial markets.
Rotary Engineering, a market leader in providing engineering design, procurement, construction and maintenance services which serves the oil, gas, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries, has just reported its best ever set of financial results for FY 2007
Shell Global Solutions International, Suleyman Ozmen
Shell Global Solutions International CRI-Criterion Global Licensing General Manager, Suleyman Ozmen, on its effort to help oil refiners in Asia and the Middle East reduce their environmental impact and improve their profitability.
Shell Global Solutions provides business and operational consultancy, technical services and research and development expertise to the energy and processing industries worldwide.
Australian High Commissioner to Singapore, Miles Kupa
Mr Miles Kupa talks about how Australia-Singapore trade and investment ties will benefit if Woodside Energy is awarded the contract to supply LNG to Singapore.
Woodside Energy, Don Voelte
Mr Voelte answers the following: Why Woodside wants to sell LNG to Singapore even though it has other ready buyers. Will Singapore have to pay record prices for Woodside’s LNG supplies. Will spot LNG trading emerge?
As a pioneer upstream company, Woodside has grown to become Australia’s largest independent producer of oil and gas and one of the world’s largest LNG producers with large operations and interests around the world.
CWC School of Energy, A. Pedro van Meurs
Dr van Meurs, an expert on world fiscal systems for the oil and gas industry, comments on the recent outbreak of resource nationalism among oil producing countries including the dispute between ExxonMobil and Venezuela, and the situation in Alberta, the US and Russia. The CWC School for Energy offers key training courses for international oil, gas and power industry executives.
Royal Vopak, John Paul Broeders
Chairman John Paul Broeders speaks on growth prospects for the Dutch oil and chemical logistic and storage firm in some of the world’s fastest growing economies
Chesterton International, Patrick Foong
Chesterton International is a leading provider of integrated services in the domestic and international property markets. Senior executive director Patrick Foong sees huge potential in bringing energy savings and efficiency to the thousands of commercial buildings in Singapore.
Banyan Utilities Pte Ltd,  Pete Tin
Managing Director Pete Tin was the prime mover in launching Banyan Utlities Pte Ltd which is building a 5-MW cogen power plant on Jurong Island.
Federal International (2000) Ltd, Sanjeev Gupta
Executive director and chief operating officer Sanjeev Gupta explains how Federal International entered the carbon credit business through its 60% stake in Banyan Utlities, and how the new business will boost the company’s cash flow over the next 12 years.
Established in 1974, Federal International (2000) Ltd  distributes, procures, sells, modifies and installs high-grade pressure flowline control, electrical and marine products for the oil, gas, petrochemical and refinery industries.