As the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the aftershocks of its disruptive impact continue to be felt across the energy sector. At the same time, the world once again turns its eyes to the climate as the year saw new highs in global temperatures, and devastating natural disasters caused by global warming. Added to those challenges is the conflict in Ukraine which has made countries re-examine their energy dependencies. What impact will these events have on international energy arbitration? After a two-year hiatus, the ITA, IEL and ICC are proud to announce its 2nd Joint Conference on International Energy Arbitration in Singapore, which will once again be held in person. Join us and our esteemed speakers from around the globe as we explore emerging trends in international energy arbitration influenced by these recent world events. The programme will include keynote addresses by Singapore Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Finance and National Development Indranee Rajah SC and Chevron Pacific Indonesia Vice President and General Counsel Debbie Chastity, a debate on the politics of energy transition, expert panels on key developments in energy arbitration practice in Asia and beyond, and the ever-popular Energy Disputes Year-in-Review.