Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018 Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018 Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018


The energy mix is changing but the world will need every form of energy - both fossil and renewable - to meet its growing demands. Our ability to respond effectively to all the changes in our industry especially during this low oil and gas price cycle, determines whether we stay in a time of crises or move to that of opportunity. In order to survive and ultimately thrive again, we need to change and adapt our approaches and historical norms. Why is this important? The oil and gas industry is going through a period of unprecedented change, especially with the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) and integrated supply chain models.

Some of the Major facts as per the 2015 Energy Review
  • Africa’s primary energy consumption grew by 1.6% in 2015 - slower than in 2014.
  • Brazil’s primary energy production increased by 4.2% in 2015, reaching a new high of 275 mtoe.
  • Despite slowing economic activity and changing economic structure, China still maintains its role as the world’s largest energy consumer, producer and net importer.
  • Contrary to its declining long run trend, EU primary energy consumption grew by 1.6% in 2015, its strongest growth since 2010.
  • India’s primary energy consumption rose by 5.2% in 2015. India surpassed Russia to become the third-largest energy consumer in the world.
  • Indonesia’s coal production declined by 14.4% - the first fall since our data began in 1980.
  • Oil production in the Middle East region set a record high for the second consecutive year.
  • Russia’s oil production increased for the seventh consecutive year growing by 1.2% in 2015.
  • The US set new record highs for both oil and gas production in 2015 and the US remained the world’s largest producer of oil, natural gas, renewables and nuclear power.
  • Oil and gas production in the UK increased by nearly 11% in 2015, the first year of growth since 1999 and a striking deviation from the 10-year trend decline of 6.8% per annum.
The scientific program will feature live workshops, interactive education sessions, B2B meetings, round-table discussions apart from the conventional plenary sessions, featured symposia, break out sessions and oral presentation sessions for abstracts and challenging cases.In addition, The Global Energy and Renewable Energy Summit - 2018 will feature live cases and interventional courses in an interactive format throughout the conference. Our endeavor is to provide a stimulating and thought provoking scientific program. We sincerely hope that the blend of pleasant weather, warm hospitality and revitalizing social evenings will make the scientific environment richer.

We look forward to the honor of welcoming you in Bangkok.

With Warm Regards

Mr. P. J. Narayan

President, Organizing Team

CEO and Co-Founder, Raytheon Healthcare

Aruna Das

Vice President, Organizing Team

CEO and Co-Founder, Raytheon Healthcare

Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018
  • As per 2015 record Growth in global primary energy consumption remained low in 2015; and the fuel mix shifted away from coal towards lower-carbon fuels.
  • World primary energy consumption grew by a below-average 1.0% in 2015, the slowest rate of growth since 1998 (other than the decline in the aftermath of the financial crisis)
  • Renewable energy sources in power generation continued to increase in 2015, reaching 2.8% of global energy consumption, up from 0.8% a decade ago
  • Global hydroelectric output grew by a below average 1%, compared with a 10-year average of 3%, China (+5%) remains by far the world’s largest producer of hydroelectricity; as with nuclear power.
  • Global nuclear output grew by 1.3%, with China (+28.9%) accounting for virtually all of the increase. China has passed South Korea to become the fourth-largest supplier of nuclear power.
  • Global coal consumption fell by 1.8% in 2015, well below the 10-year average annual growth of 2.1% and the largest percentage.
  • World natural gas consumption grew by 1.7% in 2015, a significant increase from the very weak growth (+0.6%) seen in 2014 but still below the 10-year average of 2.3%.
  • Dated Brent averaged $52.39 per barrel in 2015, a decline of $46.56 per barrel from the 2014 level and the lowest annual average since 2004.
  • Emissions of CO₂ from energy consumption increased by only 0.1% in 2015.
  • World electricity generation grew by 0.9% in 2015, slightly below the growth of primary energy (1.0%).
Renewable Energy Technology
Systems Integration
Modeling and Analysis
Policy & Business Innovations
Sustainable and Renewable Fuels
Solar Energy and its Advancement
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy Management in Power Sector
Low Emissions Development Pathways​
Challenges of High Renewable Energy Deployment
Hybrid Renewable Energy Support Policy in the Power Sector
Energy Efficiency Improvement in Coal-Fired Power sector
Identification and Analysis of Barriers in Implementation of Renewable Energy
Green Growth: The Economic Impacts of Large-Scale Renewable Energy Development
Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018

Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018


Global Energy and Renewable Enery - 2018
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