The biggest annual conference in South East Asia on floating LNG advancements is back. The 8th Annual FLNG Asia Pacific Summit will be held in Singapore on the 26th and 27th of June, 2012.
PETRONAS FLNG project?
PETRONAS’ FLNG has gathered pace with Technip and Daewoo winning FEED contracts earlier this year. The oil and gas major in Malaysia has aggressively pursued the floating LNG project to monetise large reserves of gas found in the region. This has been a really exciting development with the industry believing that FID on the project isn’t very far away.
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Australasia continues to be the hub for FLNG developments
With a number of proposed projects gathering pace in the region, Australasia continues to be the front runner in the FLNG industry.
With close to $23 billion predicted to be spent in the industry worldwide, close to $10.3 billion will be from Australasia alone according to Douglas Westwood
Hoegh LNG to present at 8th FLNG Asia Pacific Summit
The 8th FLNG Asia Pacific Summit will be back in Singapore on the 26th and 27th of June, 2012. Hoegh LNG has been an active player in the FLNG sector in the last year winning projects.
Mr. Duncan Clegg, Managing Director of PNG FLNG JV, will be presenting at the Summit in Singapore on Hoegh LNG’s upcoming FLNG project in Papua New Guinea.
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LNG as a bunker fuel ?
There has been a lot of talk about LNG being used as a bunker fuel of late. With contrasting opinions from experts in the industry, one cannot deny that it is definitely a thing for the future. There are obvious environmental benefits associated with it. And if it does come into practice, how will that impact the floating LNG vessels that are being built. Interesting times, isn’t it?
This could be a potential point of discussion at the FLNG Asia Pacific Summit. Click here to find out what else will be discussed.
Message from IQPC
The 8th FLNG Asia Pacific Summit follows its rich legacy of Energy IQ’s niche FLNG events. With Prelude reaching FID last year and with more projects expected to do the same by end of this year, there is a definite buzz in Australasia’s FLNG industry.
Given the stage of the market, it is obvious that the program has to be a right blend between commercial and technical challenges that the proposed projects are facing. Bringing together a right mix of stakeholders, the 8th FLNG Asia Pacific Summit will involve:
Project Owners providing updates and projected timelines on proposed projects
Shipbuilders, Liquefaction companies and technology providers discussing the technical challenges.
Financiers and legal experts assessing the risks, investments and commercial factors associated with FLNG, especially during uncertain economic times.
To suit your interests better, two dedicated streams on commercial viability and technology advancements are part of the agenda. No matter where you fit into the FLNG stakeholder value chain, you will resonate with the conference.
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