(EnergyAsia, November 28, Friday) — EnergyAsia recently interviewed executives from renewable energy solutions company Conergy, project management company Epeus Asia Pacific, financial institutions Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Fortis Bank and Superfund, and the Malaysian Energy Centre (PTM).
These interviews were filmed and can be found on www.EnergyAsia.com.
Epeus Asia Pacific, an international project management company, provides management and consulting services for clients in handling their oil, gas, marine engineering and construction projects. This is done through implementation of value add services based on project management best practices.
In the interview, Epeus Group president and CEO Mark Thompson explained how the company helps upstream oil and gas companies execute projects across the world.
Germany’s renewable energy company opened its Asia Pacific office in Singapore two years ago. Stefan Mueller, managing director, Conergy Renewable Energy Singapore, hinted during the interview that Conergy could downgrade its head office status if Singapore is unwilling to step up its drive to promote renewable energy use.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Group Inc acquired the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) in August. George Ng, NYMEX’s senior director for Asia marketing explains how CME’s takeover of NYMEX will better serve energy, commodity and financial companies in the Asia-Pacific and Middle East.
European bank Fortis recently promoted Paul Schuilwerve to senior managing director and head of merchant banking for the Asia Pacific region. D. Paul Schuilwerve, back in Singapore after 10 years, talks about the challenges facing energy financing today. Based in Singapore, Paul Schuilwerve will be responsible for overseeing Fortis Merchant Banking business in asset-based finance, investment, commercial, corporate and public banking.
Aaron Smith, the Singapore-based manager for Superfund, explains the workings of managed future funds and why he is so bullish on oil, gold and commodities.
Pusat Tenaga Malaysia or Malaysian Energy Centre played hosts at the annual National PV conference held in Putrajaya, Malaysia in August. National Project leader Ahamd Hadri Haris explained the government’s plans to promote solar energy use and investments in the solar PV manufacturing sector.