JAPAN’S ROADMAP TO CARBON NEUTRALITY

THE ROLE OF LNG, GAS AND HYDROGEN TO ACHIEVE NET-ZERO EMISSIONS

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300+

ATTENDEES

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80%

C-LEVEL ATTENDANCE

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45+

SPEAKERS

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HOURS OF NETWORKING

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COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

JAPAN ENERGY SUMMIT AT A GLANCE

The 5th Japan Energy Summit & Exhibition will take place in-person on 20th-22nd February 2023 in Tokyo, convening senior-level stakeholders from across the global value chain to discuss the evolving Japanese energy sector and its leading position in decarbonising global gas, LNG, and hydrogen markets.
The Summit will address the important topics around Japan’s journey to a carbon-neutral society, the role hydrogen will play in Japan's future, and how nations can achieve net-zero by 2050.

2022 DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS INCLUDE

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Ezran Mahadzir

Chief Executive Officer

PETRONAS LNG Limited

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Eiji Ohira

Director General, Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Office

New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)

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Olivier Thorel

Vice President Chemicals & Low Carbon Hydrogen

Aramco

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Hitoshi Nishizawa

Executive Officer, Head of the LNG Contract, Management Division

JERA

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Keita Enjoji

General Manager, LNG Trading Section, LNG Business Dept.,

Tokyo Gas

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Nobuo Tanaka

Former Executive Director

IEA

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Virginie Cavalli

CEO

Air Liquide Japan

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NEW FOR 2022

HYDROGEN & AMMONIA FORUM - 2 AUGUST 2022

This year sees the launch of the Hydrogen & Ammonia Forum at the Japan Energy Summit which will address the important topics around Japan’s journey to carbon neutrality and support the world-leading roadmap set out by the Japanese Government.

HYDROGEN & AMMONIA FORUM

LNG & GAS FORUM - 3 - 4 AUGUST 2022

The LNG & Gas Forum at the Japan Energy Summit will provide a platform for the industry to hear from international and regional stakeholders together with Japanese Government representatives and utility companies to discuss Japan’s role as a leading LNG importer and the pursuit of a net-zero economy by 2050.

LNG & GAS FORUM

THE 2022 SUMMIT PROGRAMME IS NOW LIVE

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