OWP Japan,

15-17 May, 2019 - Tokyo, JAPAN

Tokyo Marriott Hotel

About our Event Speakers

We pride ourselves in presenting to you accomplished leaders, authors and advocates with strong track records of achievement and vision in a wide array of backgrounds, professional fields and life experiences. We believe you will benefit from their years of knowledge and experience and also from the latest thinking and innovative processes driving individuals and organizations forward.

Speakers at this Event

Mr. Daniel Mallo

Mr. Daniel Mallo

Managing Director, Head of Energy, Infrastructure & Metals & Mining, Asia Pacific

Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking

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Mr. Daniel Mallo

Mr. Daniel Mallo

Managing Director, Head of Energy, Infrastructure & Metals & Mining, Asia Pacific

Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking

AGENDA SESSION

Financing Offshore Wind in Japan: Similarities & Differences

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 04:40 PM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/DavidMallo.jpgDaniel is responsible for Société Générale’s Natural Resources & Infrastructure practice in Asia Pacific. The team’s activities include conventional and renewable power, oil & gas, LNG, base and precious metals, transportation and social infrastructure. He is based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director in Société Générale’s New York-based Energy Project Finance Group, where he was responsible for originating and executing transactions in the conventional power, renewable energy, LNG and oil & gas sectors in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Daniel has over 18 years of experience in structured finance and has focused on the Energy and Natural Resources sectors for the past 15 years.
 
Daniel has been involved in several important transactions in the renewable energy sector across the region, including the 126 MW Formosa 1 offshore wind farm in Taiwan – the first offshore wind farm to be project-financed in Asia Pacific -, several projects in Indonesia such as the 180 MW Asahan 1 hydro power project, the 39 MW Hasang hydro power project and the 320 MW Sarulla geothermal project, 18 wind and solar power projects in Australia over the past 3 years, several hydro power projects in China, Chile and Peru, a 300 MW wind farm in Mexico and approximately 5000 MW of wind and solar capacity in the United States and Canada. 
 
Daniel graduated from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris. 

Mr. Matthias Bausenwein

Mr. Matthias Bausenwein

President, Asia Pacific

Ørsted

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Mr. Matthias Bausenwein

Mr. Matthias Bausenwein

President, Asia Pacific

Ørsted

AGENDA SESSION

Unlocking Japan's Offshore Wind Potential

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 10:10 AM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/Matthias.jpgMatthias Bausenwein is General Manager of Ørsted for Asia Pacific and also Chairman of Ørsted Taiwan. He has extensive experience in offshore wind and was responsible for project development in Germany and Netherlands as well as development of emerging markets worldwide. Before joining Ørsted, he was head of global business development at a large wind turbine manufacturer. Prior to that, Mr. Bausenwein worked as a senior management consultant in the energy and automotive industry.

Mr. Bausenwein holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Business Administration, with a focus on international management.

Ms. Fumiyo Harada

Ms. Fumiyo Harada

GM, Corporate Finance; GM, International Strategy & Coordination

Development Bank Of Japan Inc.

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Ms. Fumiyo Harada

Ms. Fumiyo Harada

GM, Corporate Finance; GM, International Strategy & Coordination

Development Bank Of Japan Inc.

AGENDA SESSION

Financing Offshore Wind Power in Japan - Perspective of Japanese Financial Institutions

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 04:10 PM

PROFILE

Fumiyo Harada serves as General Manager for two departments of the Development Bank of Japan, Inc.; Corporate Finance Department, Division 5 and the International Strategy & Coordination Department,
particularly responsible for renewable energy sector projects worldwide as well as DBJ Group’s business strategy for Asia and the Pacific. She has a long and powerful career as a development banker including cross-border corporate and infrastructure finance. Prior to the current position, she
worked as a Deputy CEO for DBJ Singapore Ltd. which covers corporate and structured finance deals in the Southeast Asia and the Pacific regions.
She also had been seconded to Infrastructure and Natural Resource Department (East Asia) of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) of
the World Bank as a Senior Investment Officer. She holds a BA (Economics) degree from the University of Tokyo.

Mr. Takaaki Morita

Mr. Takaaki Morita

Director, Industry & Labor Dept.

Nagasaki Prefectural Government

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Mr. Takaaki Morita

Mr. Takaaki Morita

Director, Industry & Labor Dept.

Nagasaki Prefectural Government

AGENDA SESSION

Nagasaki’s Efforts to Establish a Marine Based Renewable Energy Industry

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 11:45 AM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/MoritaTakaaki.jpgMr. Takaaki Morita graduated from the Nagasaki University School of Economics. After graduation he was engaged in financial operations at the Mitsui Banking Corporation in 1986. and later returned to Nagasaki to work for the Nagasaki prefectural government. Here, he worked as operations director of the Industry Policy Division and was involved in formulating the "Nagasaki Prefectural Ocean Energy Industry Base Creation Initiative". Later as director of the Marine Industrial Development Division, Mr. Morita worked to form a consortium whose efforts resulted in Nagasaki being selected as a test bed by the Cabinet Secretariat of Ocean Policy for the generation of marine energy. The consortium is made up of the Nagasaki Prefectural government, Nagasaki University, the Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science and the Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion Association. Later Mr. Morita took on the post of Director of the Marine & Environmental Industry Development Division and in 2017 took up concurrent posts with each of the four partners of the consortium, as “Director, Industry & Labor Department, Nagasaki Prefectural Government”, “Special Aid to the Director, Organization for Marine Science & Technology at Nagasaki University”, “Special Aid to the Director Marine Energy Research Center, Institute for Innovative Science and Technology, Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science” and “Business Promotion Committee member for the Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion Association”.

Mr. Morita serves as vice chairman of the Renewable Energy Industrialization Promotion Committee, Kyushu Regional Strategic Council, where Nagasaki Prefecture’s initiative to integrate industry, academia and government has led to the establishment of a renewable marine energy industry. Mr. Morita serves as executive committee chairman of The Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers Marine Education Promotion Committee for the Nagasaki area, to cultivate an awareness of our precious oceanic resources, particularly among today’s youth.

Mr. Paul Cassingham

Mr. Paul Cassingham

Senior Consultant

Eiger Law

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Mr. Paul Cassingham

Mr. Paul Cassingham

Senior Consultant

Eiger Law

AGENDA SESSION

Learning Lessons from a Pioneer: Taiwan's Experience in Developing Offshore Wind in Asia

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 12:15 PM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/PaulCassingham.jpgPaul is a senior legal consultant at Eiger, a prominent independent law firm with offices in Taipei and Shanghai.  Before joining Eiger, he was a partner at various international law firms in the United States, Hong Kong and Taiwan. 

Paul has represented U.S., European and other multinational companies conducting business in the Asia-Pacific region for the past 30 years.  His clients are active in many sectors, ranging from pharmaceuticals, consumer products, biotech, energy and electronics to chemicals, engineering and industrial manufacturing, financial services, real estate and motion picture production.  For the past couple years, he has become increasingly active advising clients in the development of Taiwan's offshore wind sector.

In addition to his professional practice, Paul has been an active member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei for the past 25 years.  He served as AmCham's chairman in 1999-2000.  More recently, as chairman of AmCham's government relations committee, he has guided the development and articulation of AmCham's policy positions on issues affecting U.S./Taiwan economic relations, including Taiwan's accession to the WTO and the Government Procurement Agreement, the bilateral TIFA trade talks, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and other significant issues. 

Paul has over 50 articles, speeches, and television and radio appearances to his credit on topics related to foreign investment and U.S.-Taiwan political and economic relations.  He also formerly hosted "Business Review," a television talk show on Taiwan's USTV, ch. 4.  He is a graduate of Northwestern University and the University of Michigan Law School.

Mr. Karsten Stoltenberg

Mr. Karsten Stoltenberg

Country Manager Japan

Equinor ASA

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Mr. Karsten Stoltenberg

Mr. Karsten Stoltenberg

Country Manager Japan

Equinor ASA

AGENDA SESSION

Floating Offshore Wind: Status & Perspectives in Japan

Day 3 [Fri 17, May], at 11:00 AM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/KarstenStoltenberg.jpgKarsten Stoltenberg joined the Natural Gas division of Equinor in 2002. Prior to that, Mr. Stoltenberg worked in investment banking and for a major Scandinavian power producer. Within Equinor’s Natural Gas division, he had responsibility to develop Equinor’s natural gas asset and project portfolio in Germany and neighboring countries. From 2005 to 2007, Mr. Stoltenberg was Equinor’s country manager in Germany. Between 2007 and 2010, he worked in Equinor’s Retail division, with responsibilities for developing small-scale LNG value chains to industrial end-users and heading the health, safety and environment team. From 2010 until 2017, Mr. Stoltenberg worked in Equinor’s international oil and gas upstream division, working as manager of business controlling, asset manager and country manager in Azerbaijan.

In 2017, Mr. Stoltenberg joined the New Energy solutions division of Equinor, initially with responsibility for regulatory affairs and analysis. He holds his current position since March 2018.

He is an economist by education, with master degrees from the University of Münster (Germany) and the Norwegian School of Management.

Mr. Robert Liew

Mr. Robert Liew

Senior Analyst, Commercial Lead for Global Wind Markets, Asia Pacific Power & Renewables Research

Wood Mackenzie

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Mr. Robert Liew

Mr. Robert Liew

Senior Analyst, Commercial Lead for Global Wind Markets, Asia Pacific Power & Renewables Research

Wood Mackenzie

AGENDA SESSION

APAC Offshore Wind Power Outlook

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 09:10 AM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/RobertLiew.jpgRobert has over 10 years of analyst experience, having worked in research functions in New Zealand, Thailand, and China. He has expertise in market intelligence, strategy planning and analysis, and forecasting in the wind power sector in Asia Pacific. 

He is responsible for all regional Asia Pacific onshore and offshore wind reports and consulting projects, global renewable energy policy database, global emerging markets, offshore wind, and has completed numerous projects for supply chain companies, private equity, and IPP/Utilities with a focus on Asia Pacific markets.

Robert has a masters degree in public policy from Tsinghua University specializing in renewable energy regulation. He has spent over 35 years in Asia Pacific having lived in Taiwan, Singapore, New Zealand, Thailand and China.
Robert works out of our office in Singapore.

Mr. Andy Lee

Mr. Andy Lee

APAC Managing Consultant

Wood Mackenzie

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Mr. Andy Lee

Mr. Andy Lee

APAC Managing Consultant

Wood Mackenzie

AGENDA SESSION

Global Offshore Wind Industry Technology & Cost Reduction

Day 3 [Fri 17, May], at 09:30 AM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/AndyLee.jpgAndy leads the consulting service execution team for Wood Mackenzie’s APAC wind consulting team (formerly MAKE). He focuses on providing in-depth analysis in support of consulting projects.

Andy’s responsibilities include analysis and development of various analytical frameworks, methods and models with a strong academic background in engineering and has done in-depth academic research in mechanical and industrial engineering, and other directions. Andy has been responsible for leading his team on offshore renewable projects in Asia Pacific including projects for DONG/Orsted Energy, ENEL and EnBW, among others.

Mr. Naoaki Eguchi

Mr. Naoaki Eguchi

Partner, Renewable and Clean Energy, Banking and Finance

Baker & McKenzie

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Mr. Naoaki Eguchi

Mr. Naoaki Eguchi

Partner, Renewable and Clean Energy, Banking and Finance

Baker & McKenzie

AGENDA SESSION

Japanese Offshore Wind Law & FIT Scheme

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 09:40 AM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/NaoakiEguchi.jpgNaoaki “Nick” Eguchi is the co-head of the Baker McKenzie’s Banking & Finance Practice Group in Tokyo, and is a member of the Asia Pacific Banking & Finance Group steering committee. He has been recognized for his work on Goldman Sachs' TOB of Universal Studios Japan, which was named the Debt Market Deal of the Year at the 2010 ALB Law Awards and on Fukushima Soma LNG power project finance of 1180 MW with USD 1.2 billon, which was named the Projects, Energy and Infrastructure Deal of the Year at the 2018 ALB Law Award. He has been a member of the Japan Wind Power Association since 2006 and has been serving as a member of Offshore Wind Power Task Force of the Association since 2017. He has followed the development of Japan’s renewable energy law closely and has issued regular Renewable Energy Client Alerts since 2011 (36 alerts in total).

Naoki focuses his practice on project finance, renewable energy (solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, water) infrastructure PPP (including Sendai Airport, Kansai Airport, Fukuoka Airport, Hokkaido 7 Airports and Kumamoto Airport), PFI (including work for Taipei city government for their construction of 1300 residential units under PFI model), international procurement and acquisition finance — including MBO, TOB and LBO. He has worked on more that 150 solar power project financings totaling more than 2,000 MW and more than 16 wind power project finance totaling more than 280 MW.

Mr. Ean Mac Pherson

Mr. Ean Mac Pherson

Partner, Projects Renewable Energy

Baker & McKenzie

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Mr. Ean Mac Pherson

Mr. Ean Mac Pherson

Partner, Projects Renewable Energy

Baker & McKenzie

AGENDA SESSION

Panel – Prospects of Asian Offshore Wind Industry

Day 2 [Thu 16, May], at 03:00 PM

PROFILE

https://www.cmtevents.com/EVENTDATAS/190507/speakers/EanMacPherson.jpgEan Mac Pherson is the co-head of the Baker McKenzie’s Projects Practice Group and Renewable and Clean Energy Group in Tokyo.  His practice focuses on conventional and renewable energy power projects, resources acquisitions and joint ventures and major projects and corporate work.  

Since the introduction of the Japanese renewable energy feed-in tariff regime in 2012, he has acted for numerous foreign renewable energy project investors to acquire and develop renewable energy projects in Japan.  His experience includes the negotiation of EPC contracts and subcontracts for renewable energy projects in Japan and the negotiation of financing packages for such projects.  He has also assisted Japanese utilities, trading houses and energy companies investing in power projects in countries outside Japan, including Thailand, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and other jurisdictions.