LNG Bunkering Conference

Regulation, Technology and Supply Chain Development to Drive LNG as the Fuel of the Future

Over the last 12 months, the ECA regulations have continued to drive many decisions in the LNG market. As new LNG infrastructure became operational, and with further projects in the pipeline, LNG as a marine fuel has seen more traction with new LNG vessels on order.

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However, whilst the industry is on the cusp of dramatic change, it isn’t moving forward fast as original predictions suggested. Slow infrastructure development, the regulatory landscape and competition from alternative fuels are all contributing to the challenges in the sector.

It is clear that the industry must focus on partnerships and collaboration at a global level to drive LNG forward as the fuel of the future.

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Now in its 6th year, the Annual LNG Bunkering Summit will unite global players from leading ports, LNG terminal operators, ship operators, ship owners, LNG suppliers, and LNG technology providers to develop strategic partnerships and common strategy to drive the LNG Bunkering market forward.

Those attending will spend three days hearing perspectives from the entire supply chain, offering their insights into their decision making, planning, development, operation, safety and training processes that have allowed them to successfully move forward in the LNG Bunkering market.
 

Agenda themes will include:

  • Regulations: Receive updates on regulatory developments across the globe, potential impacts and how to prepare appropriately
  • Decision making: Hear predictions, forecasts and future trends to help understand commercial viability and suitability for LNG now and into the future
  • Finance and funding: Discover alternative finance options and successful strategies to secure your investment
  • Port perspectives: Avoid project pitfalls through understanding common challenges global ports overcame from planning through to operation
  • Shipping perspectives: Review alternative methods of Marine Fuel and discover how major shipping companies approached their conversion and vessel options
  • LNG supply chain: Learn how EU ports are realizing their supply chain management process and associated LNG Infrastructure challenges
  • Operational challenges: Discuss potential challenges for machinery operation, risk management and safety
  • Workforce: Replicate proven concepts for training, developing, up-skilling and managing your future workforce

 

"Very Good, a great networking event."
BDM, Schneider Electric

"A valuable event!"
International Account Manager, DeMaCo Holland BV

"Good for meeting people in the industry, the quality was good with concrete and specific examples presented."
Partner, L,R P

"A great networking and knowledge acquisition event."
Lead Consultant, TRI-ZEN International Pte Ltd

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2018 Speakers:

  • Didier De Beaumont, Project Leader Energy Cluster, Port of Amsterdam
  • Elena Fernández Ordás, LNG Project Manager, Commercial and Logistic Division, Enagas
  • Kwinten Standaert, Key Account Officer, Commercial Department, Fluxys
  • Stefaan Adriaens, Commercial Manager, Gate Terminal B.V.
  • Carl Johan Hatteland, Terminal Adviser, Port of Oslo
  • Vytautas Cekanavicius, Head of Business Development Department, LITGAS
  • Cees Boon, Sector Coordinator Harbour Master Policy Department, Port of Rotterdam
  • Antonis Trakakis, Technical Director, Arista Shipping
  • Paul Ocholla, Manager, Grain LNG
  • Björn van de Weerdhof, Manager of Business and Fleet Development, Anthony Veder
  • Arjan Stavast, Team Lead, DLNG BD Marine, Global DLNG, Shell
  • Pieter Vandermeeren, Technical Manager Environment, Port of Antwerp
  • Steve Esau, General Manager, SEA/LNG
  • Lars Höglund, Managing Director, Furetank
  • Hubert Louys, Operations Maintenance Manager, Dragages Ports, SamueLNG
  • Xavier Pfeuty, LNG Manager, Total Marine Fuel Global Solutions
  • Sjaak Klaap, VP - Business Development, Spliethoff
  • Pedro Frazão, Director, Grupo Sousa
  • Cécile Grégoire-David, Business Development & External Relations, Dunkerque LNG SAS
  • Gunnar Helmen, Sales Manager Marine, Skangas
  • John Almen, Business Development Manager, Swedegas
  • Antonios Tsamoulis, Project Manager, Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA), European Commission
  • Jurgita Šilinskaite-Vensloviene, Head of Small Scale LNG, Klaipedos Nafta
  • Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, Tote Inc.
  • Yves Bui, LNG Project Director, MSC Cruise Management
  • Guus Van der Bles, Director, Conoship
  • Tom Strang, Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs, Carnival Corporation & plc
  • Harly Penner, Engineering Superintendent, LNG Vessels, Seaspan Ferries Corporation
  • Dorota Kwasnik, Industrial Energy Management, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
  • Jean-Pierre GUELLEC, Chief Executive Officer, Dragages Ports, SamueLNG
  • Igor BLANCO PARDINAS, Project Manager, GHENOVA, SamueLNG

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Dec 21, 2017