Save the World Webinar
10 March 2022 (Thu), 11am (SGT)
Together we’re shaping the future of logistics and transport
Road map to implement aviation-specific decarbonisation between now through 2050, to drive sustainability and deliver real decarbonisation benefits
introduction of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), hydrogen fuel, hybrid and electric fleets
zero-emission aircraft fleet introduction
environmental benefits of SAF attributable to lifecycle GHG reductions and non-CO2 benefits
domestic short-haul / long-haul international sectors roll out
Private-public sector collaborations
the required support and ecosystems
implementation framework and timeline
challenges and valuable learnings
What are the areas of multi-level / sectorial / international collaborations?
progress made and striving towards
hurdles and calibrations needed
market growth requires policy support; voluntary market plays critical role in enabling SAF take-off
what role Singapore / Changi Airport played / is contributing in this collaboration
What is Sustainable Aviation Fuel?
its efficiency / safety / accessibility to the various user groups
are they available to Singapore?
what are the consumer / user implications?
Singapore and local based carriers / related entities' readiness
transitioning towards the 2050 commitments
What roles could Singapore play in the regional / global transformation in decarbonising the aviation sector?
Group Senior Vice President
Regulatory & Economic
CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP
Audrey is the Group Senior Vice President for Regulatory & Economic Affairs with the Changi Airport Group.
Audrey joined Changi Airport in 2009 after its corporatization and heads the Regulatory Affairs and Sustainability teams.
Chen Fook Ping
As VP Sustainability at Singapore Airlines, Fook Ping is responsible for coordinating all sustainability activities across the Singapore Airlines Group.
Prior to his current appointment, Fook Ping held various positions in Procurement, Flight Operations, Inflight Services (Operations) and Engineering.
Fook Ping graduated from the National University of Singapore with Masters in Engineering and Masters of Science (Management of Technology).
Head of Aviation
Asia Pacific & Middle East
Doris joined Shell in 1998 and has more than 20 years of commercial experience in the Downstream businesses. Doris held various leadership roles in sales and marketing in Global Lubriants where she led strong teams to win market share in Asia. This has contributed significantly to the growth of Shell lubricants in key growth markets.
Prior to her role today, Doris was the Base Oil Business Manager for Asia/Middle East. She held the key responsibilty to negotiate multi-million dollar deals with base oil manufacturers across the world. She has delivered key agreements with strategic base oil partners like SK and Exxon.
Vice President Asia-Pacific
Sami joined Neste in 2013 and currently leads the sales and market development of sustainable aviation fuels in the Asia-Pacific region. His focus is on growing awareness of SAF as an emission reduction solution for the aviation sector, supporting airlines and fuel suppliers on achieving their ambitious climate targets with SAF, developing supply chains for SAF, and supporting industry and public stakeholders in defining policy frameworks for the decarbonization of aviation.
Before Neste, Sami worked at J.P. Morgan's global energy sector on M&A and capital markets transactions.
Karmjit was the Chief Executive of SATS Airport Services from 1998 to 2004. He was appointed the Chief Operating Officer of SATS in 2004, where he held the position till his retirement in 2009.
Karmjit has been the Chairman of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Singapore since 1992. Karmjit was an Independent Director at Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation from 2010 to 2021. He was formerly Chairman of SingPost Advisory Council on E-Commerce and E-Fulfilment, and served on the Boards of the Public Transport Council and The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific.