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Continued collaboration in Asia Pacific

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The Energy Institute Asia Pacific (EI) and Energy Industries Council Asia Pacific (EIC) signed an MoU at the Gas Asia Summit, part of Singapore International Week, aimed at future strategic collaboration within the Asia Pacific region.

The Energy Industries Council is the leading UK Trade Association for the energy sector providing dedicated services aimed at helping members understand, identify and pursue business opportunities globally. It represents over 650 UK-registered companies who deliver goods and services internationally.

Peter Godfrey, Asia Pacific Managing Director of the EI, responded by saying that he felt that there is massive scope for more collaborative engagement between the two organisations within the context of closer regional collaboration. “Our joint endeavor will be to more effectively share best practice and assist with building regional capability, especially at this time of radical technological reformation brought about by greater focus on sustainability, decarbonisation and the resultant transformation of our energy systems”.

Azman Nasir, Regional Director of the EIC, stated that “we are delighted to be developing a closer relationship with the EI with the intent of sharing greater knowledge, technical insight and capacity/capability building in the future with our members and the energy industry in the region.

More info on EI and the EIC may be found at: www.energyinst.org and www.the-eic.com

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