Date(s) - 30/11/2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
FBC and Neste invite FBC members and FBC friends to a virtual event to hear (and see) the latest updates about Neste’s Singapore Expansion Project.
Neste is the world’s largest producer of renewable diesel refined from waste and residues, and Neste is also bringing renewable solutions to the aviation and plastics industries. In 2019, Neste placed 3rd on the Global 100 list of the most sustainable companies in the world. In Singapore, Neste operates a state-of-art renewable products production facility in Tuas with the annual production capacity exceeding 1.2 million tons.
At the end of 2018, Neste made the final investment decision to expand its production capacity in Singapore by up to 1.3 million tons per annum bringing the total global renewable product capacity close to 4.5 million tons annually by Q1 2023. The investment is worth approximately EUR 1.4 billion (2.2 billion SGD).
Mr Petri Jokinen, Director, Singapore Expansion will give an update about Neste’s 1.4 BEUR Expansion Project in Singapore and how Neste has worked in the project during COVID-19 pandemic.
Book your seat and join us!
The webinar is a public Zoom meeting event and the organizer reserves the rights to post event photos on social media. You will receive a Zoom meeting link with a password in the afternoon on November 30, 2020.
Petri Jokinen is currently leading the Expansion Project in Singapore and has been in this role since beginning of 2018. He was also responsible for Neste’s original refinery investment and early commercial operations in Singapore between 2009-2012.
Eero Ståhlberg is the Head of Regional Finance, APAC at Neste and General Manager of Neste’s commercial operations in Singapore. Now on his second assignment in Singapore and in addition to Singapore, Eero has worked in Australia, Poland, and Finland in different finance and general management positions.
Eero holds a Doctoral Degree from Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku in Finland. He majored in Finance and Accounting and the key focus areas of his doctoral studies were management accounting and its usage in practice.