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LNG to Power Forum

Join your industry peers for a day of discussion and to understand more of the challenges and opportunities within the burgeoning LNG sector.

Growing pressures to electrify the global energy economy are heightening interest in LNG-to-power projects – creating new opportunities for LNG producers, project developers, equipment suppliers, engineering contractors and lenders.

The ongoing transition to a low/zero-carbon global energy economy will require widespread electrification of energy supply over coming decades. This electrification drive will take place in the context of growing demand for energy as the world’s population grows and as people seek to improve their quality of life.

Against this backdrop, natural gas will play a growing role as an electricity generation fuel, displacing carbon-intensive coal and partnering intermittent renewables such as wind and solar power. The consensus is that the fastest-growing sector of the gas business will be LNG, with global trade expected to double between now and 2035.

Petroleum Economist’s LNG-to-Power Forum – to be held in Houston, energy capital of the United States, on 3 December – will examine the opportunities presented by these trends and the challenges involved in opening up new LNG markets, expanding existing markets, and successfully structuring bankable LNG-to-Power projects.

To view the agenda and register now- click here

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