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3 (Three) PDU Approved & Confirmed for PEB PEs, IES CEngs and IES SCEMs - IES Webinar: Technical Seminar on Energy Efficiency in Chemical, Oil and Gas Industry

24th Feb 2021
1:30PM - 5:00PM -

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PDU (CEng) 3

IES Chemical And Process Engineering Technical Committee (CAPE TC)
IES Energy Technical Committee (ETC)

Jointly Present

IES Webinar: Technical Seminar on
Energy Efficiency in Chemical, Oil and Gas Industry

with our esteemed Speakers:

Mr Ng Kian Soon, Energy Consultant
Kellogg Brown and Root Asia Pacific

Mr R Premkumar, Operations and Tech Support Manager
Eastman Chemicals
Site Energy Manager

Mr Norman Lee, MD FOUNDER
ACTSYS Process Management Consultants

Mr Anirudh Sharma, Senior Consultant Energy Markets & Technology,
Dr. Ir. Anke Brems,
Team Lead Industrial Energy Management | Senior Consultant Energy Markets & Technology, DNV GLMs


Come and join us for an informative session and gain professional insights into Singapore's Energy Efficiency Regime, its latest developments and sharing of case studies!



S$21.40/- per pax (includes prevailing GST)

for IES Members/ IES SCEMs


S$42.80/- per pax (includes prevailing GST)

for Non-members

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***Event/ Webinar is Confirmed.  Email Confirmation of Event/ Webinar will be sent progressively from 17 February 2021 (Wednesday) onwards.***

***Approved & Confirmed 3 (Three) PDU for PEB PEs, IES CEngs and IES SCEMs respectively.***


Interesting Reads

Jan 25, 2021 - New certification scheme to recognise engineering technologists and technicians

[As part of its efforts to uplift professional recognition of engineering technicians and technologists, The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) has unveiled the Chartered Engineering Technologist (CETg) and Technician (CETn) Certification Scheme and recognised the first batch of Chartered Technologists and Technicians under the scheme.

Ms. Gan Siow Huang, Minister of State, Ministry of Education & Ministry of Manpower, graced the launch event held at the Singapore Polytechnic Auditorium as the guest-of-honour.

The scheme will open up an unprecedented non-academic route for engineering technicians and technologists to move towards the Chartered Engineer status based on their technical skills and competences and work experience. This evolves from the National Engineering Career Progression Pathway for Technologist and Technician launched in July 2019.

Besides enhancing career opportunities for technicians and technologists, the scheme will also build a pool of engineering professionals with complementary skillsets to contribute to the growth of Singapore’s industry sectors. It is a step towards IES’ vision to forge an inclusive engineering community to support Singapore’s increasingly innovation-driven economic growth. It has also been developed in alignment with the SkillsFuture Skills Framework to boost skills and mastery-based career development and foster a culture of lifelong learning.].../


CNA: Electricity demand expected to rebound as economy recovers from COVID-19 fallout: MTI

[SINGAPORE: Electricity demand is expected to rebound as Singapore’s economy recovers from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Government is working to diversify energy supplies, said Second Minister for Trade and Industry Tan See Leng on Tuesday (Jan 5).  

Responding to several parliamentary questions, Dr Tan said electricity demand is expected to have declined by about 2 per cent to 4 per cent in 2020 amid COVID-19.  

“However, electricity demand will rebound as the economy recovers and grows, and this is also driven by new users such as data centres, 5G telecommunication networks, the agri-tech facilities as well as electric vehicles,” he added. 

Singapore will harness “four switches” to diversify its energy supply - natural gas, solar energy, regional power grids and emerging low-carbon alternatives like hydrogen, said Dr Tan. 

Natural gas currently accounts for 95 per cent of the electricity produced in Singapore, as the country has progressively transitioned from oil-powered power plants since the early 2000s to adopt natural gas, he added. 

Solar energy is the “most viable” renewable energy source in Singapore, and installed solar capacity increased by more than 100 times in the past 10 years, Dr Tan said, reiterating Singapore’s target for solar energy to supply 3 per cent of its total electricity consumption by 2030.]




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