Floating LNG

17-18 February 2016
London, UK

SMi’s 4th annual Floating LNG conference will feature an array of keynote addresses, case studies and project updates from leading market innovators including Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation, Enagás Transporte S.A.U., BP, Gasol, DNV GL and more. The two-day programme will provide updates on current projects, LNG market dynamics, advances in construction and technology, new business opportunities and how to make the most of them. 

Speaker Panel includes:
- Sri S. Narayanan, Managing Director, Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation / GAIL
- Claudio Rodriguez, General Manager, Gas Assets, Enagás Transporte S.A.U.
- Boris Ertl, Advisor LNG & Gas Monetisation, Upstream Engineering Centre, BP
- Alan Buxton, COO, Gasol- Richard Whitehead, Vice President - Global LNG Segment, DNV GL
- Ron Heffron, Vice President, Global Energy Practice, Moffat & Nichol
- Costanza Jacazio, Senior Gas Analyst, International Energy Agency
- Steve Robertson, Director, Douglas-Westwood
- Barry Worthington, Executive Director, United States Energy Association

Register online using voucher code SMI11CV to save £150 at or email

23-24 February 2016, 
The Four Seasons, Bahrain

Euromoney Conferences and our co-host, The Bahrain Economic Development Board, are delighted to announce that the annual GCC Financial Forum will return to Bahrain on 23-24 February 2016.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
- H.E. Rasheed Mohammed Al Maraj, Governor, Central Bank of Bahrain
- Mahmood Hashim Al Kooheji, Chief Executive Officer, Mumtalakat
- Khalid Al Rumaihi, Chief Executive Officer, Bahrain Economic Development Board

The GCC Financial Forum has grown to be one of the region’s leading financial services strategy events. Now in its fifth year, the Forum faces a market in the throes of a structural shift. Oil-driven fiscal surpluses have fed regional liquidity since 2008 – effectively immunising regional financial services from most of the impact of the global crisis. However, those surpluses are now deficits and if they will return is unknown.Regional governments such as Saudi Arabia are now issuing debt on a regular basis, liquidity is tightening and financial services companies need to re-appraise their business strategies to face a different future. Behind this regional foreground, global financial services are also undergoing profound change. With one exception the global banks of the 2000s are gone but their regional replacements are now dealing with intense problems in their home economies and their bold expansion plans are questionable. This flux provides an incredible opportunity for well managed and nimble financial companies, investors and jurisdictions.

The 2016 GCC Financial Forum will focus on defining that opportunity and working with its participants to chart how it may be filled and by whom. In short, it will be an influential, insightful and unmissable event for all those involved in regional financial services strategy.Join us and 450 C-level business leaders, policymakers, financiers and investors to debate and discuss the regional dynamics of GCC financial markets.For more information including the latest agenda please visit: or

1 – 3 March 2016, 
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

Meet 200+ influential names at the leading Asian LNG conference exploring the entire value chain in LNG and natural gas. 60+ sessions will cover emerging commercial and technical opportunities across the entire natural gas and LNG value chain. Key topics will include:
        Asia's emerging demand and over supply scenario
        Pricing in Asia for natural gas and LNG
        Focus on the emerging growth markets of India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Mynmar, Thailand, Philippines and more
        Singapore as a growing hub for trading LNG - what can it offer?
        Small scale LNG developments in Asia
        Distinct streams on FLNG and FSRUs

Plus hear from industry experts including E.ON Global Commodities, Next Decade LNG, PT Nusantara Regas, IE Singapore, Singapore Exchange, Hoegh LNG, Energy Aspects and many more top speakers.
Register online or email quoting VIP code FKA2566PEWL to receive 10% discount.   

11-15 April 2016
Perth, Western Australia

LNG 18, the world’s largest global LNG event, is proudly brought to you by the event owners: the International Gas Union (IGU), the Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR). In April 2016 the Australian Gas Industry Trust (AGIT) supported by the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) will host the eighteenth event, LNG 18, in Perth, Western Australia, on behalf of Australia as an LNG exporting country.

Key facts and figure are:
➢    Over 5,000 participants are expected to attend from around the world including delegates, exhibitors, accompanying persons and trade visitors.
➢    Over 250 exhibitors from over 60 countries will be showcased.
➢    A 4-day program will include plenary sessions, workshops and a poster session with a remarkable line-up of plenary speakers.
➢    The conference program of the LNG X series is well-known and popular for its extensive technical sessions – LNG 18 will continue to provide this excellence. It promises to showcase global advances in the LNG sector including developments in floating LNG and unconventional gas to LNG technologies.
➢    A variety of social networking opportunities include a golf day, technical tours to world-leading LNG facilities, city tours, opening and closing ceremonies and receptions.
➢    LNG 18 will offer participants the chance to interact with industry leaders on the evolving technological, commercial, social and environmental challenges affecting the LNG industry.
➢    LNG 18 will draw attention from an extensive national and international media presence before, during and after the event.

For more information including how to register for this pre-eminent event please visit the official LNG 18 website at


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