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Future of LNG Shipping


ACI’s Future of LNG Shipping (16-17 June, London) will deliver market insights into the financing, chartering, trends and global strategies required to run a successful LNG shipping business.

Marine Talk is a Supporting Partner for the event. As a subscriber you are entitled to a 15% off discount valid for all bookings before 23rd of April 2010

With the recent rise in interest from the World’s leading countries for natural gas as an alternative energy source, LNG shipping is poised at a crucial stage. As markets begin to pick up in 2010 the future demand for LNG worldwide looks likely to grow. In addition, advancements in technology have opened the door for use of LNG as an alternative marine fuel for powering vessels.

ACI’s event will arm you with the knowledge needed to start your operations in the LNG shipping business. If you are looking to enter the LNG sector or simply expand your current LNG business this is the event you cannot afford to miss. This is the only meeting that will give you the knowledge, directly from the industry specialists, to capitalise on the developing market. Stay ahead of your competitors and secure future business in LNG shipping with our high level of financial expertise and key insight into future trends of world LNG trade.

Throughout the 2 days you will have the opportunity to hear from your industry and:

Network with high level industry leaders and peers in the maritime industry
Profile your organisation amongst the world’s leading maritime organisations and secure maximum exposure
Learn what the markets are saying for the future of LNG shipping
Understand how effective operations of LNG shipping fleets can be achieved in the most cost-effective and efficient manner
Participate with interactive discussions to share knowledge, best practices and bringing discussions to reality

Invited panel members speakers include:

Harry Vafias, Chief Executive Officer, President and Founder, StealthGasRichard Beyer, General Counsel, NYK LNG Atlantic
Klaas Kerssemakers, Business Development Manager, Anthony Veder Group N.V.
George Theodotou, Business Development Manager, Mitsui OSK Lines
Muhammad Ghannam, Managing Director, Qatar Gas Transport Company (Nakilat)
Dimitri Rusanov, Commercial Manager, Sovcomflot
Mark Nuytemans, Managing Director, Exmar NV
And many more…

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