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LNG TECH 2006 Global Summit

      12/21/2005

Venue: Seville, Spain

LNG TECH 2006 will focus on the future of the production, storage, transportation and other new developments being implemented along the LNG value chain. The conference will feature:

  • Technology landscape: new developments being implemented along the LNG value chain
  • Emerging developments in liquefaction, regasification, shipping and offshore LNG
  • New frontiers in LNG storage
  • Safety and security of LNG terminals and carriers


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