Ir. Montty Girianna, M.Sc., MCP., Ph.D.
Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of
Republic of Indonesia


Dr. Girianna is the Deputy for Energy Management, Natural Resources and Environment at the Coordinating Ministry for the Economic Affairs of Republic of Indonesia. Dr. Girianna also becomes the Chairman of Bontang Refinery Development Project as the representative from the Government of Indonesia. Prior to that, he was the Director of Energy Resources, Minerals, and Mining in National Developing Planning Agency. Dr. Girianna was also the chairman of the technical cooperation Indonesia in Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in 2013. Dr. Girianna holds his Ph.D. in Transportation Systems from University of Illinois, USA. He also earns his Master of City Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA and Master of Science in Transportation from Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia. Currently, Dr. Girianna teaches in Indonesia Defense University (IDU) majoring Energy Security Programme.


Jochen Gerber
G5-Partners Consultancy


Jochen is a Senior Partner and Founder of G5-Partners Dynamic Decision Advisory in Frankfurt/Munich/Berlin. G5-Partners is an owner-operated advisory company that develops solutions by merging elements of strategy, technology and finance. Gerber has held leading positions within the energy industry and consulting business for over 20 years. His career path took him through renowned firms such as EnBW/ENI, A.T. Kearney, Arthur D. Little and Arthur Andersen. His focal areas of expertise are technology & finance, performance management, business strategies and merger & acquisitions. He holds university degrees in Business Economics from Baden- Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) / Webster University, St. Louis / USA and Process Engineering from University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt. He has also authored numerous publications addressing strategy, risk and finance topics.


Joel Kwong
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)


Joel Kwong is a principal from the BCG Kuala Lumpur. He has worked extensively across the energy industry including on energy transition topics – such as developing strategies on how energy companies should respond to these megatrends. He has worked with multiple energy players to build a strategic case and entry approach into clean energy – including evaluating how policy frameworks are key drivers to these decisions. Kwong holds a BSc Economics (1st Class Honors) from the University of Warwick, UK. He was also previously part of the BCG CEO Ambassador program, where he worked with the CEO office on top internal BCG strategic priorities.


Mohamed Rozani Bin Mohamed Osman
World Bank


Mohamed Rozani Osman is a Senior Financial Sector Specialist with the Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation Global Practice of the World Bank in Kuala Lumpur. He is currently working on several areas including sustainable finance (green and social finance), Islamic finance, disaster risk finance, capital markets, financial sector development and financial stability monitoring in the East Asia Pacific region. He has 18 years of investment management experience, including 10 years as Head of Treasury and Liquidity Management at Khazanah Nasional Berhad, the sovereign investment fund of Malaysia. He has also managed a leveraged multi-asset portfolio focussed on the US technology and financial sectors. Before entering the financial industry, he worked in the oil and gas industry. He has an MBA from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia.


Meg Argyriou


Meg Argyriou leads ClimateWorks’ international work programs, with a focus on Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. She designed and leads the organisation’s new agenda-setting program, “Pathways to Prosperity: Achieving Lowest Emissions Development and the SDGs” and has published a number of articles and issues papers focused on the nexus between climate mitigation and sustainable development. Previously, Meg led ClimateWorks’ Engagement Team, where she provided strategic oversight for ClimateWorks’ stakeholder management and led the organisation’s communication strategies to advance progress on climate change and catalyse tangible action by business and government. Prior to joining ClimateWorks, Meg worked in government, managing funding programs focused on capacity building. Meg has also worked for the International Energy Agency. Meg holds an MBA with a specialisation in Environmental Sustainability from Deakin University and a Bachelor of Film and Television from the University of Melbourne.