BGS Group has started the registration of companies for the 5th International LNG Congress in Malta, St. Julian’s, onApril, 29-30. Congress offers closed-door format,uniting more than 300 leaders of major gas companies, manufacturers, distributors, EPC contractors, end-users and governmental bodies.
A limited number of delegates will be able to visit Delimara LNG Terminal, operated by ElectroGas Malta.
‘LNG is becoming an increasingly important fuel for foreseeable future. Last year Malta introduced LNG as a solution and it resulted in large reduction in omissions and economic benefit to the country’ – said Joe Mizzi, Minister for Energy and Water Management of Malta, who will open the Congress. Hereminded that ‘EU member states are also mandated to set up LNG port infrastructure under the 2040 alternative fuels infrastructure directory’.
Being held on Malta, the Congress brings together companies from different countries to share experience, find new partners and discuss updated regulations relevant to the entire Europe.
Joe Mizzi, the Minister of Energy and Water Management of Malta, opens the plenary session, that will be followed by ten sessions. Large- and Small-Scale LNG, conducted as parallel sessions, will be divided into Technical and Business Stream. Issues of LNG pricing and trading; shipping and transportation; distribution will also be discussed.
The organizer is BGS Group, known also as the organizer of PRC Europe, MOGC Congress, EPOCH Congress and other executive-level events.
Contact the organizer to find out more through the website https://goo.gl/NGebeoor