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Beni Suryadi

Energy Policy and Planning Analyst

ASEAN Centre for Energy

Beni Suryadi is the Project Officer for the Department of Regional Energy Policy and Planning of ASEAN Centre for Energy, a Southeast Asia intergovernmental organization in energy cooperation, which based in Jakarta – Indonesia. He is responsible for overall coordination, facilitation and implementation of the Work Program of ASEAN‘s Regional Energy Policy and Planning Sub – Sector Network (REPP-SSN) and monitoring the implementation of ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2010-2015.

He is part of Energy Supply and Security Planning in ASEAN’s (ESSPA) team; collaborate with statisticians from all ASEAN member states and the experts from the Energy Data and Modelling Center, Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (EDMC-IEEJ) for the developing of the 3rd ASEAN Energy Outlook (will publish on March 2011). He’s familiar with LEAP, Long range Energy Alternatives Planning System, software tool for energy policy analysis and climate change mitigation assessment.

He is also responsible for the management of ASEAN Energy Data System (AEDS) and publication of the annual ASEAN Energy Review and ASEAN Energy Indicators, two flagship publications of ACE. These two publications provide users with a better understanding of the various development and trends in the energy economy as well as provide analysis and insights on emerging critical issues and challenges faced by the region which ASEAN will use as guidepost in developing a more comprehensive method of performing energy analysis needed for formulating sound regional energy policies.

He is also a secretariat officer for ASEAN+3 Work Program namely Oil Stockpiling Roadmap (OSRM).

He was participated on the Emergency Response Training for APEC Economies, on September 2010 and the 5th Emergency Response Exercise on November 2010. Both of these activities were conducted by International Energy Agency in their headquarters, Paris, France.

Prior to joining ACE, Beni worked as the consultant for the private company in the field of MEP and Energy Efficiency and Conservation for the building and industry in Indonesia.

An Indonesia citizen, Beni was born in Solok in 1984. He earned a BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology.

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Updated: May 2011

14 Comments Post a comment
  1. Good Article. Why not you write a article about ASEAN DEMAND and COAL SUPPLIES

    March 1, 2011
    • Hi Coalspot, thanks for coming.
      I just finish ASEAN Energy Outlook which also include ASEAN demand and supply on coal. Will share it very soon.

      May 13, 2011
  2. trihidayatno #

    Nice blog. It ls nice find this blog

    May 11, 2011
    • Hi Mas Trihidayatno, thanks for coming. I hope the things that I shared here are useful for you.

      May 13, 2011
  3. Hi! Very nice blog!

    May 27, 2011
  4. Salam kenal mas Beni,

    Blognya sangat bagus. Keep on writing!


    June 21, 2011
    • Terimakasih sudah berkunjung mas Chairul.

      Beberapa bulan yang lalu Saya sempat ke Korea, mungkin lain kali kita bisa bertemu. :-)

      June 21, 2011
  5. Mungkin kalau saya mampir ke Jakarta, bisa kenalan dengan mas Beni :)

    June 21, 2011
    • Saya akan senang sekali untuk berkenalan dan berdiskusi, mendengarkan pengalaman luar biasa mas Ery selama di Jepang (dan Thailand). Kabari saja.

      Atau mudah-mudahan, dalam kesempatan ke depan, Saya ada peluang untuk berkunjung ke sana. :-)

      July 10, 2011
  6. Akhmad Syaiful #

    Good place to share information especially in energy sector and the future prospect in ASEAN. Thanks for sharing

    July 3, 2011
    • Thanks for stopping by, Mas Akhmad Syaiful.
      Look forward to hear from you too. :-)

      July 10, 2011
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    November 6, 2011
  8. If you like to share with us your article, we happy to publish on

    Hi Coalspot, thanks for coming.
    I just finish ASEAN Energy Outlook which also include ASEAN demand and supply on coal. Will share it very soon.

    September 18, 2012

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