Singapore ambitious to be at helm as Asian gas demand lifts off

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TUESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2015, SINGAPORE – Singapore is currently Asia’s oil trading epicentre but has recently spent nearly 2 billion Singapore dollars on developing the country’s first LNG import terminal. The International Energy Agency has also cited Singapore as the most-likely and best-placed location as a hub for liquefied natural gas (LNG).

With its strong track record in the maritime, offshore engineering, and refining industries, the city state’s gas trading ambitions fall suitably in place with the rest of its supply chain offerings.

In bringing together the world’s leading investors, stakeholders and players across the gas and LNG supply chain and related industry sectors, Singapore – after having recently celebrated its Golden Jubilee – will now welcome the international energy community at Gastech Conference & Exhibition from 27 to 30 October 2015.

Across 4 days, over 120 commercial and technical expert authorities and thought-leaders will cover topics such as Gas Market Outlook, Contracting, Pricing & Trading, Shipping, FLNG Innovation with Containment & Storage. Local and international C-level executives representing key investor, procurement and supplier interests across the natural gas and LNG industry and its related sectors will be able use these dedicated sessions to find the most relevant and critical ideas and issues related to their business.

With only 2 months left, over 1,000 international, regional and local conference delegates and VIPs have already confirmed their attendance. Keynotes, panellists and attendance have already been confirmed from local and international organisations including BG Group, Singapore LNG, IE Singapore, Pavilion Energy, Energy Market Authority, Pacific Oil & Gas, and InterOil among some.

Gastech Conference & Exhibition is hosted by BG Group. The event is also supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) Singapore, International Enterprise (IE) Singapore and the Singapore Exhibition & Convention Bureau (SECB), and will be held in association with the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).

For further information or to register visit www.gastechsingapore.com/conference