Aligning the LNG business case for ports, shipping operators, and LNG providers
As 2015 nears, the shipping industry is faced with adhering to strict regulations on sulfur emissions. The Emissions Control Area, comprising the Baltic and North Seas along with the English Channel, will see the fuel sulfur limit fall to just 0.1%. LNG offers one of the most prominent solutions, reducing sulfur oxide, nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide emissions while being economically feasible.
With the DNV projecting that by 2030 up to 45% of vessels be will fueled by LNG, LNG seems a convincing alternative. Along with regionally harmonized infrastructure projects and the majority of shipping companies agreeing that LNG is the most promising solution, it is clear that a unified approach is the way forward.
SITE VISIT JANUARY 28TH : Visit to Gate Terminal, the first LNG terminal in Rotterdam!
Take part in this live and interactive tour of the Gate Terminal. Gain insight into the working of an LNG facility. Register now as spaces are limited.
SPECIAL INDUSTRY REPORT: LNG Bunkering: Worldwide Trends 2013 And Beyond
80% of people believe there’s a business case for LNG as a marine fuel. Read the latest stats the stats behind the upcoming transformation of the bunkering world.
Join our diverse line up of industry professionals in addressing:
- Infrastructure development: Following feasibility studies across the region, an in-depth look at supply and distribution solutions along with port incentives.
- Project feasibility: Hear from ports currently developing LNG initiatives and leading consultants in the field.
- Health and safety: A look at current regulations and considerations for LNG.
- Developing regulations: Considerations for LNG bunkering and developing procedures in the transporting, fueling and storage of LNG.
- Commercial case studies: Hear from leading shipping companies and ferry operators that have incorporated LNG vessels into their fleets. Learn how they have addressed issues as fuelling and procedure.
- An exploration of available and developing technologies: An in-depth look at LNG bunkering technologies and the solutions available to ports.
LNG Project Feasibility Day
An interactive workshop environment exploring the practical steps in LNG Bunkering project
Who Should Attend?
LNG Bunkering Summit will bring together a full spectrum of organisations, from ports, to shipping operators, bunkering companies, oil and gas producers and solution providers. If you are involved in bunkering and marine fuels this event will provide you with an unparalleled scope of the LNG developments unfolding in the North and Baltic Seas.