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Clarence Woo

Executive Director
Asian Clean Fuels Association

Mr Clarence Woo has been involved in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry for the past 20 years. He started his career with Mobil Oil Singapore and has experienced numerous responsibilities within Mobil Oil. They included Technical Services, which provided technical expertise and training in the field of lubricants, fuels, and LPG. Mr Woo also worked in Ethyl Corporation as Senior Area Manager managing petroleum additive sales to various countries in Asia Pacific. Mr Woo had also served as a Product Manager, Fuel Additives, where he had helped managed fuel additive sales and fuel additive developments in Asia.
Mr Woo is currently the Executive Director of Asian Clean Fuels Association that supports governments and encourages industries to pursue the use of cleaner fuels for a cleaner environment through the attributes of sound science, cost effectiveness and sustainability.

Significant achievements
In China, he was successfully involved in a China Phase 3 (Euro 3 equivalent) Gasoline Research Programme in collaboration with the China State Environment Protection Agency and Tsinghua University. Mr Woo also assisted the government in looking into post implementation programmes and Phase 4 and 5 (Euro equivalent) specifications.
Partnered through the Association with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to encourage the Council of Arab Ministers Responsible for the Environment within the Arab League to issue a resolution to totally phase out lead by 2008 and work towards reducing sulfur in fuels in the region.

Clarence Woo will be speaking at:

Biofuels in Asia: what does the growing biofuels market mean for refiners?

2017/03/30 09:30 - 09:50

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