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Meet CEOs, MD's, VPs, Directors & Heads Of LNG/LNG Projects
& Strategic Planning From LNG Terminal Operators, Owners & Port Authorities In Europe


Plus Also Meet The Following Strategic Job Functions:

  • CEO
  • CTO
  • Managing Director
  • Heads Of Investment LNG Projects
  • Heads Of LNG Planning & Strategy
  • Heads Of LNG Shipping 
  • Heads Of Decarbonisation
  • European Gas VP
  • Head Of Terminals & Cross Border Pipelines  
  • Head Of Strategic Development



  • FSRU Conversion Companies
  • FSRU Leasing Companies
  • FSRU Sales Companies
  • FSRU & LNG Ship Owners Cross Border Pipeline
  • Modular Tech Solutions for FSRU Conversion
  • Regasification Module Suppliers


  • LNG Traders
  • Oil & Gas Multi-Nationals
  • European Gas Sales Companies
  • Cross Border Pipeline Operators
  • LNG & Gas Market Analysts
  • Gas Distribution Companies


  • Private Capital & Equity
  • Investment Banks
  • Port Authorities
  • National Governments
  • EU Regulators & Policy Makers
  • Think Takes & Strategy Consultants


  • Construction Companies & EPC’s
  • Onshore Facility Modular Solutions
  • FSRU Modular Solutions
  • New Tech For Green FSRU Conversion (Methanol)
  • LNG Storage Technology
  • Conversion For Hydrogen Technologies


Nikoline Bromander

Nikoline BromanderSenior Analyst

Rystad Energy Gas Market Team

Nikoline Bromander is an senior analyst in Rystad Energy’s Gas Market team, focusing on the European natural gas and LNG market. She is also works with the development of Rystad Energy’s Gas Solutions services, providing data and analyses on global natural gas markets and fundamentals. Nikoline holds a bachelor’s in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Bergen, and a M.S.c. in Geoscience from the University of Oslo.

Ezekiel Adesina

Ezekiel AdesinaHead of Strategy & Planning

Nigeria LNG Limited

Ezekiel Adebayo Adesina did first degree in Chemical Engineering and MBA at Lagos Business School and postgraduate degree in Strategy at University of Oxford, Said Business School. He has an extensive Senior Executive Program on Management and Program for Leadership Development at Harvard Business School. He also have management, energy and business training at IESE Business School, IFP School Paris etc. He is currently the Head of Strategy for Nigeria LNG Limited, the fifth multi-billion-dollar gas company in the world. He is also the current Secretary of Africa Energy Study Group, a think tank advisory group to Africa Governments on Energy. He has a career of over 20 years, in various capacities in Project, Plant Operation, Planning, Strategy and Management etc.

He was one of the selected global gas experts in the writing of LNG handbook with US Department of Energy in 2015. He has presented many topical papers and presentations at various Oil & Gas Conferences, around the world as a key speaker. Notable among them are in German –Africa Energy Conference in Hamburg, Latin America Gas Conference (Brazil), AIPN Gas Conference, AFDB Gas Conference, Africa Energy Week, Africa Oil Week, Nigeria Oil & Gas Conferences, West Africa Power Industry Conference, Africa Assembly & West Africa Assembly of Oil Council etc. Majority of his presentations at various events can be found online. He is a pioneering member and first Vice President (Professional Development) of Project Management Institute (PMI) in Nigeria. He is also a seasoned energy tutor at AIPN University (Association of International Petroleum Negotiators) in the USA and a member of many professional associations.

Ivan Fugas

Ivan FugasDirector of Operations and Technical Affairs Division

LNG Croatia LLC

Ivan Fugaš is a Master of Petroleum Engineering with more than 15 years of work experience in gas transmission, pipeline engineering and in the construction, management, maintenance, and development of LNG Terminal.

Most of his work experience was spent at TSO of Croatia, company Plinacro Ltd and he was responsible for construction, management, and maintenance of the natural gas pipeline system. For the last few years, he has been working at LNG Croatia LLC as Director of the Technical Operations Department.

Andreas Schroeder

Andreas SchroederHead of Energy Analytics


As Head of Energy Analytics, Andreas Schroeder is responsible for ICIS’s data and modelling portfolio in electricity, gas, LNG, carbon and hydrogen markets. In his team management role Andreas draws upon his experience in leading large data and energy modelling projects over several years.
Andreas builds on a long-standing experience in energy economics with a focus on market analysis of traded energy commodities. Andreas joined ICIS in 2020 and has worked in the energy field for more than a decade. Given his professional activities in the private sector (ICIS, E.ON/Uniper, Vattenfall) and the public sector (International Energy Agency / OECD, DIW Berlin, EU Commission), Andreas' network stretches broadly across the whole energy sector. Andreas defended his PhD Thesis on power markets in 2013 at DIW / TU Berlin, supervised by Prof. von Hirschhausen and Prof. Kemfert.

Toby Copson

Toby CopsonGlobal Head Of Trading

Trident LNG

Global Head of Trading at Trident LNG, A specialist in physical oil & gas trading, advisor to the investment and energy sector, with focus on Chinese energy markets. Formerly, a shipbroker and freight trader who understands the intricacies of the entire commodity supply chain. A proven executive who has established and grown trading desks around the globe for numerous commodities and asset classes.

Frequent market commentator and often quoted by Reuters, Financial Times, Bloomberg, WSJ, Natural Gas Intelligence, Nasdaq and others for expert opinion & commentary.

Holding over fifteen years of experience in commodity trading and shipping roles globally from London, China, the Middle East and Australia with extensive time in Asian markets for LNG, LPG and Crude.

Michael Thomadakis

Michael ThomadakisDirector of Strategy and Development Division


Dainius	Sivickis

Dainius SivickisHead of LNG Business Development


Jan Schubert

Jan SchubertCommercial Director - LNG Bunkering

Avenir LNG

Jan Schubert is Commercial Director at Avenir LNG, a leading provider of small-scale LNG infrastructure for marine bunkering and industry customers. Mr. Schubert has more than a decade of experience in developing LNG infrastructure for marine, inland vessels and truck customers including positions at the Linde Group subsidiary Nauticor and German alternative fuels infrastructure provider LIQUIND 24/7. Mr. Schubert has a special focus on land- and sea-based supply chains for marine customers and his experience includes several hundred LNG bunkering operations and the world’s first loading of synthetic LNG into a container feeder vessel in 2021. Furthermore, he is involved in several LNG terminal development projects in Europe, which are currently promoted by Avenir LNG. Avenir LNG is a fully integrated global energy company dedicated to small-scale LNG customers and working to provide LNG supply solutions for off-grid industry, marine bunkering and the transport industry. The company owns a fleet of five LNG bunker vessels and an LNG terminal at the island of Sardinia, Italy. Additional vessels and infrastructure projects are currently under development at various locations around the world.

Antonio Nicotra

Antonio NicotraCEO

Olbia LNG

Antonio Nicotra (1950, Doctor in Organic Chemistry by the University of Catania, 1973 “summa cum laude”) is a freelance specialist in Oil & Gas, with over 45 years of activity in the fossil & renewable fuels sector, always aiming at optimizing energy sustainability on “well-to-wheel” basis and on the progressive replacement of fossil fuels with the corresponding molecules of biological/renewable origin, to achieve the goal of “net-zero” - “carbon-neutral” balance of greenhouse gas emissions.

He has also focused his attention to the most efficient & sustainable final applications of energy such as micro-turbines for electricity and hydrogen fuel cells.

Before retiring in 2017, AN was the Head of the "LNG for Transport" activities of the Gasfin Group, a private Luxembourg holding company, reference shareholder of TGE Gas Engineering GmbH and TGE Marine Gas Engineering SA (specialized in LNG engineering & construction of LNG Terminals and LNG carriers) and promoter of innovative solutions for the production, transport and use of LNG for smaller energy centres not reachable by the gas pipeline network and for all types of mobility: maritime, land by road or rail and aviation.

He was also President and Partner of Liquimet S.p.A., a company of the Gasfin Group established in 2016 in Italy to develop and build a network of LNG refuelling infrastructures in the transport strategic hubs (Ports & Interports) of the Italian TEN-T corridors. The first realization was the LCNG refuelling station of the Interporto di Padova, which receives the LNG in 40ft ISO-containers by train directly from Rotterdam.

He is currently Project Leader and 5% Shareholder of Olbia LNG Terminal S.r.l., a company established in December 2019 for providing Natural Gas to Olbia and to the North East of Sardinia   (Gallura – Costa Smeralda).

Chong-Ho Kwak

Chong-Ho KwakCEO

Gas Entec

Chief Executive Officer of GAS Entec (S. Korea) │ 2013 - Present

Chief Executive Officer of GMB Inc. (S. Korea) │ 2003 - 2012

Team Manager of Officer of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd (DSME) | 1994 - 2003
 Team Manager of Machinery Design Team
 Project Performed: (LNG & Offshore)
 Integrated Automation System for LNGCMR/LR type Product/Chemical Tankers
 Training Simulator for LNGC
 Business Development for LNG Supply Chain

Engineering Officer of SK Shipping | 2012 - 2015
 1987~1994 / 1st Engineer, LNGC New Building Supervisor
 Project Performed: (LNG & Offshore)
 LNGC Construction Supervisor
 Development for Integrated Automation System of LNGC
 Development for Cargo Handling System of LNGC
 Development for the Engine Propulsion System of LNGC
 Involved in Gas Trial for Gas Management System

Priit Heinla

Priit HeinlaHead of FSRU Connection Unit


Laurent Moriceau

Laurent MoriceauProject Manager



Laurent is Reganosa Servicios Operations Manager. He leads the consultancy division that provides advisory and fields services to international customers including Technical Due Diligence related to LNG terminal, transmission system, distribution system but Feasibility Study in connection with the same assets. He also kicked off the Third-Party O&M contracts currently within Reganosa’s responsibility (Ghana and Italy namely). He also leads the engineering division in charge of the modifications projects of facilities under Reganosa’s group management.

He brings more than 15 years of oil and gas experience initially for Shell as refinery process engineer and then refinery unit manager for Petroplus. He joined Reganosa in 2010 as Operation Manager of the Reganosa facilities in Spain (LNG terminal and high pressure gas pipeline) before serving as head of european affairs.

Laurent earned a Master’s degree in science from Arts et Métiers Paris Tech (industrial engineering) as well as a specialized Masters degree in Refining Engineering and Gas from IFP School. He also holds an Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA) from Em Lyon.”

Andy Loose

Andy LooseVP Integrated Gas, EMEA


Andy is a Chartered Engineer with over 30 years’ industry experience gained delivering complex projects across the LNG value chain. Andy is recognised by clients for his project leadership and technical expertise.  He is now VP Integrated Gas at Worley for the EMEA region supporting strategic growth as part of the global Integrated Gas team. He is also heavily involved in delivering new FSRU projects bringing LNG into Europe. Andy has been a regular speaker on LNG design and execution at numerous international conferences and seminars.


Whether you operate an onshore terminal, aim to grow through the deployment of FSRUs or trade LNG, this event is an absolute must-attend, examining short-term and long-term possibilities for expanding the capacity of LNG import terminals, cross-border pipelines, and other vital infrastructure assets

DAY 1:

  • Identifying New, Cost-Effective LNG Sources For Europe
  • Solutions For Expanding LNG Import Capacity In The Short Term (To 2026)
  • Onshore Terminals Vs FSRU’s
  • Ensuring FSRU Project Success To Expand LNG Import Capacity In Europe Rapidly
  • Global Perspective On FSRU Conversions - Dubai, Singapore And South Korea
  • New Technology For Floating Regasification And Marine Infrastructure

DAY 2: 

  • Options For Financing The Development Of New Onshore Terminals
  • Managing Risk And Cost In The EPC Supply Chain
  • Rapidly Constructing Terminal Expansion Projects
  • FSRU Skill Building & Competence
  • Examining Repurposing Possibilities For Either Hydrogen, Ammonia, Or Methanol To Ensure The Investment In New Onshore Import Facilities Is A Long Term Investment
  • Comparing The Emissions Of FSRUs With Onshore Terminals


  • Facilitating Partnerships & Collaboration among Government, Finance, Terminal Operators, Port Authorities, FSRU Suppliers, and LNG sector decision makers & investors
  • The Only LNG Conference Focusing On Increasing Capacity In Relation To The LNG Supplies Available In The Global Market
  • Decide The Optimal Strategy For The Future: Examine the possibilities for sourcing additional quantities of LNG
  • Hear From National & European Commission Policymakers: on potential investment and growth timelines for significant infrastructure assets, cross-border pipelines, and LNG terminals
  • Discuss Immediate Options That Could Be Implemented Rapidly To Increase LNG Capacity: Is it truly the optimal strategy to convert LNG ships into FSRUs, for instance? Would it be more worthwhile to invest in onshore facilities and take a longer 10-to-15-year perspective?
  • Determine How LNG Import Capacity In Terms Of Terminals Cross-Border Pipelines And Infrastructure For Regasification May Be Made Available.  What is occurring in the key nations and regions, including Germany, Italy, France, the Baltic States, and the Balkans?
  • FSRU STRATEGY: Should FSRU’s be used as a temporary stopgap measure or if they could be utilised more permanently
  • Determine The Practical Advantages Of Building Onshore Capacity If Hydrogen Is To Replace LNG Eventually: Whether this involves redesigning LNG terminals and pipelines for ammonia, methane, or different types of hydrogen carriers
  • What's Happening With Proposed Post-Terminals And FSRUs and how long it'll take to get the necessary permits and approvals to start construction
  • Learning from Germany: This conference will bring together the numerous stakeholders in the value chain to highlight Germany's progress in swiftly building its FSRU terminals and accelerating the permit process



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