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International country pavilions


Ministers and global energy CEOs

800 +


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Join the most promising energy entrepreneurs

To deliver this level of accelerated innovation, a robust start up ecosystem must be developed to support the development of new products and business models. To scale these innovations sufficiently to address the challenges facing the energy system, corporate/start-up partnerships are essential.

The Start-up zone will bring some of the most promising energy entrepreneurs to Gastech in Singapore, providing a unique platform to showcase to the world’s greater gathering of energy technologists, the companies developing the next generation of energy transition solutions.


Start-up zone

The Start-up zone on the show floor at Gastech 2023 will bring together some of Asia-Pacific’s finest energy entrepreneurs. It will also provide start-ups from across the globe with a unique platform to showcase their innovations to the world’s energy technologists, allowing the industry to develop the next generation of energy transition solutions.

With 86% of exhibitors citing meeting and selling opportunities as their central reason for participating at Gastech, the Start-up zone offers a solid platform for Start-ups to connect, network and form the partnerships that will drive business growth and accelerate the energy transition.


To take part:

Funding will be provided to subsidise the cost of taking part of Gastech. Successful start-ups will be expected to pay S$3,000.

In order to be considered, start-ups must meet the following criteria:

  • Less than 10 years old
  • No more than 15 employees
  • Funding up to Series B (under 10 million SGD)

The deadline for applications is 4 August.

Arno Van Den Haak 2 1

To achieve our net-zero ambitions, we must deliver on our promise to decarbonise energy. Technologies exist today to increase efficiencies, reduce emissions, and capture carbon, as well as spur the hydrogen economy and adoption of new energies. As an industry, we must continue to collaborate and incentivise solutions prioritising emissions reduction over fuel sources, to ensure we can continue to lead in the energy transition.

De la Rey Venter
Head Worldwide Business Development Oil & Gas
Amazon Web Services
Nick Milne 359 X 467 Min

The infrastructure investment required for large-scale carbon capture is essentially a replication of the entire existing LNG industry within the next decade."

Nick Milne
Managing Director - Upstream Energy Capital, Macquarie Group
Simon Flowers 237X215

The global energy market is in a state of constant transformation, driven by energy transition imperatives and geopolitical upheaval. At this pivotal moment, intelligence and analytical insight have never been more important for defining a new energy agenda.

Simon Flowers
Chairman, Chief Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
Alan Heng 237X215

Southeast Asia provides an opportune landscape for the energy transition. Even as the region makes the shift to renewable energy options such as solar, wind, and geothermal, LNG will continue to form a significant part of the energy mix in the near future. At Pavilion Energy we seek to balance a need in ensuring energy security, while driving energy transition efforts towards a more sustainable future.

Alan Heng
Group CEO
Pavilion Energy