WHO WILL YOU MEET?
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:
- 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, FSU & GASIFICATION:
- 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
TRADERS, GAS SALES & CROSS BORDER PIPELINES:
- LNG Traders
- Oil & Gas Multi-Nationals
- European Gas Sales Companies
- Cross Border Pipeline Operators
- LNG & Gas Market Analysts
- Gas Distribution Companies
GOVERNMENT, POLICY, FINANCE & STRATEGY:
- Private Capital & Equity
- Investment Banks
- Port Authorities
- National Governments
- EU Regulators & Policy Makers
- Think Takes & Strategy Consultants
EPC’s & NEW TECHNOLOGIES:
- 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
10 Key Benefits & Reasons To Attend:
Dedicated to helping the European oil and gas industry strengthen Europe's energy security. This event examines short-term and long-term possibilities for expanding the capacity of LNG import terminals, cross-border pipelines, and other vital infrastructure assets. Whether you operate an onshore terminal, aim to grow through the deployment of FSRUs or trade LNG, this event is an absolute must-attend.
1. Facilitating partnerships and collaboration among government, finance, terminal operators, port authorities, FSRU suppliers, and LNG sector decision-makers and investors. The conference will serve as a focal point for stakeholders planning and financing the expansion of LNG capacity and driving in-depth “solution finding” on all of the commercial considerations relating to increasing LNG capacity. To identify both short- and long-term solutions that are economically viable.
2. This is the only LNG conference focusing on increasing import capacity in relation to the LNG supplies available in the global market. The international LNG business is now experiencing high levels of competition; some go so far as to suggest that the market is broken. There is a strong political push to develop more LNG import capacity in Europe swiftly. It is essential to understand how the prospective supply and demand balance beyond 2023 will influence capacity construction. All of these factors will be discussed in detail at this conference.
3. The entire first morning of day one will be devoted to examining possibilities for sourcing additional quantities of LNG to decide the optimal strategy for the future; for instance, is the sector at a point where companies need to accept longer-term contracts? Find out where the newest LNG may be obtained worldwide as we look into alternative LNG sources to predict future capacity requirements better. How much LNG could be made available, and on what specific timelines?
4. Hear national and European Commission policymakers on potential investment and growth timelines for significant infrastructure assets, cross-border pipelines, and LNG terminals. Learn about asset trading tactics and how certain players might be opportunistic to make the most of their assets in the short term—in other words, discuss how you might maximise income from investments during the transition period.
5. Discuss immediate options that could be implemented rapidly for consecutive winters until around 2026. The European industry is searching for quick solutions to increase LNG capacity. Also, consider investment decisions today in light of longer-term payback, including the decarbonisation agenda. 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?
6. Determine how LNG import capacity in terms of terminals, cross-border pipelines, and infrastructure for regasification may be made available until approximately 2026. What is occurring in the key nations and regions, including Germany, Italy, France, the Baltic States, and the Balkans?
7. FSRU STRATEGY. Find out if FSRUs should be used as a temporary stopgap measure or if they could be utilised more permanently. Should the industry extend the possibilities of FSRU usage, or is it long-term more commercially feasible to gradually install onshore capacity?"
8. 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. This has never been investigated in such depth for Europe in this particular situation. Don't miss out on these vital discussions.
9. Find out 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. Compare the financial models of FSRU and onshore terminals, taking into account all known risks, such as the decarbonisation agenda and the possibility that hydrogen will become a primary carrier in the next decade.
10. 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. Learn how leading EU nations and companies deal with the initial winter months of 2020–2023 and apply the valuable lessons learned for up to 2026.
We provide a comprehensive selection of oil and gas conferences in North America under the American Business Conferences brand, a division of LBCG. We are well-known for offering solution-focused, high-quality content to get to the heart of the matter.
In 2010, we were the first to organise a Pan-European symposium on shale gas in Warsaw. In June of this year (2022), a panel representing the US LNG business advised that we harness our expertise in oil and gas research to organise a European conference on how to maximise LNG capacity in response to the Ukraine war.
And we genuinely hope this first conference provides a valuable contribution to help the industry find some answers. We look forward to welcoming many of you to Berlin this February.
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
- 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
- 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
REASONS TO ATTEND:
- 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