As Asian governments strive to meet their growing electricity generation needs, they face critical fuel choices. Low-cost and abundant coal retains appeal but concerns are growing in the region about its air pollution and climate effects. Natural gas, with its potential to provide clean-burning and flexible baseload power that complements renewable energy, has an important role to play in this context. Unlocking the potential of gas-to-power in Asia is a significant opportunity that will require investment in upstream development, pipelines, LNG infrastructure and storage.
The FT-IFC Forum on Natural Gas in Asia's Power Mix will examine the value proposition of gas-to-power within the Asian energy sector and connect key players in this space. Regional industry leaders, utility operators, project developers, regulators, institutional investors, and infrastructure financiers will discuss opportunities in gas development across Asia, drawing from global trends and market dynamics.