Chief Executive Officer
Dr Ong Tiong Guan was appointed Keppel Energy Pte Ltd’s Executive Director from November 1999. He became Managing Director of Keppel Energy Pte Ltd with effect from 1 May 2003. He is responsible for Keppel Corporation’s power generation and gas business, which develops, owns and operates power generation projects in Asia and in the Americas.
Dr Ong's career spans across the energy industry from engineering and contracting to investment and ownership of energy assets. He started with Jurong Engineering as a Design Engineer in 1987 and went on to hold senior management positions in Foster Wheeler Eastern, the Sembawang Group, and CMS Energy Asia. Dr Ong was Chairman of SEPEC (Singapore Electricity Pool Executive Committee) for the FY 2002/2003.
His directorships include Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte Ltd, Keppel Infrastructure Fund Management Pte Ltd, Keppel Energy Pte Ltd, Keppel Electric Pte Ltd, Keppel Gas Pte Ltd, Keppel Merlimau Cogen Pte Ltd, Keppel DHCS Pte Ltd, Keppel Infrastructure Services Pte Ltd, GE Keppel Energy Services Pte Ltd and Keppel Seghers Pte Ltd.
Dr Ong holds a Bachelor of Engineering (First Class Honours) from Monash University, and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) under Monash Graduate Scholarship, Monash University, Australia.
Chief Financial Officer
Ms Lim Siew Hwa was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte Ltd (KI) on 1 March 2016. She oversees KI Group’s finance-related functions including accounting and controls, financial reporting, tax and treasury.
Prior to this, Ms Lim had been with Keppel Corporation for over 20 years where her last held position was Assistant Group Controller.
Ms Lim holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
Executive Director (Energy Infrastructure)
Mr Nicholas Lai joined Keppel Energy Pte Ltd (then known as Keppel Fels Energy Pte Ltd) in 2002 as Assistant General Manager, Development to bring in more business opportunities for the company. Subsequently, his responsibilities evolved to focus on growing the gas and power generation capabilities and portfolio management of the company's overseas assets in his capacity as General Manager. Today, he is the Executive Director, Energy Infrastructure of Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte Ltd, after the re-organisation of Keppel Energy and Keppel Integrated Engineering together. In his capacity, he continues to drive value to the integrated gas and power businesses.
Mr Lai worked in a statutory board and a ministry in his early career, with a two year stint in Hong Kong. He has also taken an international business development role in Singapore Power International and a finance director role in a subsidiary of SembCorp Industries prior to joining Keppel Energy.
Mr Lai has a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie University, Sydney and a Bachelor of Social Sciences with Second Upper Honours from National University of Singapore.
Executive Director (Environmental Infrastructure)
Mr Tan Boon Leng joined Keppel Energy Pte Ltd (then known as Keppel Fels Energy Pte Ltd) in 2000 as General Manager (Development), to spearhead its business development activities. He was responsible for the successful implementation of Keppel Merlimau Cogen (KMC) Phase 1 (500MW) project and KMC's 800MW expansion.
Prior to joining the Keppel Group, Mr Tan held posts in various infrastructure and utilities companies and was responsible for the development of various energy and infrastructure projects in China and South East Asia.
Mr Tan has a Master of Science in Management (Distinction) from Imperial College, London and a Bachelor of Science with Second Upper Honours in Computer Science from University College London.
Executive Director (Business Development)
Prior to joining Keppel Group, Mr Alan Tay was Head of South East Asia for JP Morgan Asset Management, Global Real Assets - Asian Infrastructure, a US$860 million private equity fund focused on infrastructure and related resources investments across Asia. He was also a member of the fund's Investment Committee and board member of J.P. Morgan Asset Management Real Assets (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. and Eco Management Korea Holdings Inc.
Mr Tay's experience spans across the origination and execution of M&A, greenfield development, joint venture, disposal, debt and equity fund raising transactions in Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, PRC, Australia and India covering power, natural gas, transportation, banking, property, water, shipyard and manufacturing sectors.
Mr Tay holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with Second Upper Honours from the National University of Singapore.