Future Energy Asia (FEA) 2024
The Trade Event Partnership Program at Future Energy Asia 2024!
May 15 - 17, 2024 | Bangkok, Thailand
Under the Trade Event Partnership Program, the U.S. Commercial Service (USCS) has identified Future Energy Asia (FEA) as an excellent opportunity for U.S. energy companies to expand their business in the industry through exhibition in the USA Pavilion and participate in Asia’s leading energy transition event!
Future Energy Asia (FEA) 2024 serves as a nexus for the entire Asian energy ecosystem. Attracting the entire energy value chain, FEA provides a platform to overcome immediate supply chain constraints and the challenges of scalability over the next decade.
Regional and global stakeholders are looking to connect with US entities across the gas, LNG, renewables and energy transition value chain.
Why Attend Future Energy Asia?
In a world where the challenges, risks, and consequences of climate change are ever-present, addressing them is not just an option but an urgent necessity. Achieving net-zero emissions and ensuring energy security have become critical global imperatives.
As the region’s leading energy transition forum, Future Energy Asia (FEA) will convene international ministers, Energy CEOs, policymakers, and technical experts to analyze critical trends shaping the energy landscape, drive innovations that will forge new pathways in the transition to net zero, and build partnerships that will bring us closer to making energy accessible, secure, and affordable for all.
Future Energy Asia will welcome:
- 2,000 delegates
- 70+ countries
- 400+ speakers
Explore USA Pavilion Exhibition Opportunities:
The USA Pavilion welcomes small-to-medium sized U.S. companies to help them stand out amongst larger exhibitors. Located off the main boulevard in Hall 2, the USA Pavilion provides U.S. companies the exposure to position themselves in front of key Asian decision-makers of the energy industry. Exhibit within the USA Pavilion and enjoy a reduced rate for your booth space.
Questions about support under the Trade Event Partnership Program (TEPP), please contact Suttharud (Ning) Liangwonnaporn, USCS Bangkok, at Suttharud.Liangwonnaporn@trade.gov or Frances Selema, USCS Global Asia Team, at Frances.Selema@trade.gov.