Rotterdam to host 3rd annual Small-Scale LNG Forum on November 5th – 6th, 2014
Rotterdam, the epicenter of the small-scale LNG business, will be hosting the 3rd annual of the Small-Scale LNG Forum on November 5th – 6th 2014. Serving as a platform for discussing the current development of the global and regional LNG markets, it will gather representatives from leading companies, end users, technical innovators as well as regulatory officials.
With the recent IMO restrictions on emissions and tightening legislation, natural gas seems like the only fuel that can address these issues from the source and avoid additional after-treatment equipment. Therefore, it is necessary to discuss the most cost-efficient technologies and the most sufficient supply of the fuel in the liquid form, which is best accomplished by a small-scale LNG supply chain acting in the role of bunker distribution.
More than 20 professionals from all around Europe will be answering such critical questions as: What are the trends in small-scale LNG today and how can its commercial viability be enhanced for end users? Participation has been thus far confirmed by experts such as Manfred Seitz from ProDanube International, Ankie Janssen from the Port of Rotterdam, Mattias Svensson from the Swedish Gas Centre, Robert Tieman of Deltalinqs and many more.
For more information, visit the event website: http://oilgas.flemingeurope.com/small-scale-lng-forum