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Highlights from LNGgc 2014

What can you expect from LNGgc 2015?

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LNGgc 2015 will give delegates the opportunity to Meet, share Knowledge and Network


60+ inspiring industry speakers look at the issues that really matter: LNG Global Congress 2015 will once again host top international LNG experts and guest speakers from across the industry and from around the world...

Some of the speakers confirmed from the 2015 faculty include oil and gas energy majors, industry analysts and academics, leading European import terminals, LNG buyers and key suppliers 

10+ fresh networking opportunities to meet key decision makers in the LNG industry: LNGgc prides itself in offering the best networking opportunity for the industry to meet key decision makers. 


Some new refreshing formats this year will include

- One-To-One Meeting with the LNGgc App 

- Networking drinks reception

- Network development lunch 

- Champagne roundtables

80+ presentations, panel debates and round tables covering every aspect of LNG: key issues impacting the industry on the agenda will include


LNG trading, supply and demand 

outlook for new LNG supplies for Europe from the Atlantic, Australia, Middle East and Africa

focus on new growth markets of the Baltics and the Mediterranean

impact of low oil prices on LNG supply and demand

demand centres of Asia- prospects on future demand forecasts and volumes to Asia

LNG Spot market: Scope of the LNG spot market growth vs long term contracts in today’s LNG economics

regulatory view on the LNG strategy for Europe


Small to mid-scale LNG, terminal infrastructure developments and LNG shipping 

outlook on the changing face of Europe’s import terminals and innovation in infrastructure for break bulk, storage and capacity

LNG as a fuel: implementation of the Alternative Fuels Directive in the EU 

LNG bunkering and vessel design: innovation in tank location, shape and size for LNG vessels, bunkering technologies and opportunities for LNG as a fuel 

FLNG and FSRUs: the increasing importance of the floating technologies to enter new markets

FEED and EPC services for LNG projects: showcasing engineering, procurement and construction expertise

 Key developments in LNG shipping

2 parallel streams: flexible stream options will give attendees the chance to participate in the most important topics close to their business

A focused streamed agenda will allow you to take advantage of the session most relevant to your business, meaning that you can meet and network with the most relevant people in a personalised conference experience. 

150+ of the most influential names: meet over 200 industry members from across the LNG community at the LNGgc 2015 conference...

Set up business deals by saving time and money ensuring you meet the world's leading LNG professionals. Delegates will have the chance to meet with industry leaders from across the LNG industry all gathered together under one roof to meet, share & network with members from upstream, midstream and downstream.

4 packed days of new thinking & research: the 2015 Congress will inspire and inform you to share insights into...

the new developments, operational and commercial strategies for LNG in the current oil economics impacting the industry

Big regional focus on LNG supply and demand in Africa, USA and the Baltic: focus on country and regional case studies to examine what the key issues and challenges are for LNG and their global impact

These focused studies looked in detail at the challenges and opportunities in each area to allow delegates to maximise their understandings about particular regions. 

LNG Global Congress 2015 early speaker line up

LNG Global Congress 2015 early speaker line up

Jitraporn Inchunjiw Head, Natural Gas Supply Section, Fuel Management Division Electricity Generating Authority Thailand

Brad Hitch Vice President Portfolio Management Cheniere Energy

Graham Westgarth COO GasLog

Carmen López-Contreras Senior Analyst, Gas & Power Planning team Repsol

Kazumi Takahata Deputy General Manager Tokyo Gas

Monika Zsigri Policy Officer European Commission, DG Energy

Kofi B. Ellis Director, Planning & Business Development VOLTA RIVER AUTHORITY

Jarl Pedersen Chief Commercial Officer Port of Corpus Christi

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Don't Just Take Our Word For It...

"I thought the Congress was very well organized. The moderators stuck to the tight timetable, something that’s important from your end but also important to the attendees. Almost all of the sessions I attended were dense with information, and most of the presenters had good stage presences. I learned much about the contemporary thinking on the LNG industry and where it might head, achieving one of my main goals."
Bill White
Researcher/WriterOffice of the Federal Coordinator for the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Project

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