Bestobell Marine, part of the President Engineering Group (PEGL), has announced that it is sponsoring the annual international Gas Fuelled Ships Conference for the second year running.

The conference, which will be held in Stavanger, Norway on 25thto 27thNovember, will see Bestobell Marine sponsor the delegate name badges and product display area. Bestobell Marine will also have an exhibition stand at the event, which will allow the company to demonstrate its expertise in designing and producing cryogenic valves for the marine industry.  

Mark Henley, Managing Director of President Engineering Group Ltd, said, “We are delighted to be sponsoring the Gas Fuelled Ships Conference again. Our valves are widely specified for vessels that use LNG as marine fuel, and we are looking forward to showcasing these to the industry. As we have recently secured marine Classification Societies approval for a number of our high pressure valves, we have some exciting developments to discuss with delegates.”

The Gas Fuelled Ships Conference is the longest running small scale LNG conference, with this years’ event being the fifth of its kind.

The conference is the only event to combine an informative and knowledge-based conference with technical visits and is aimed at industry professionals who are looking to gain more information about using LNG as a marine fuel.

The conference will be attended by international ship owners, ship operators, engine manufacturers, shipbuilders, classification societies, ship designers, shipyards and port and terminal operators from around the world.

Bestobell Marine is a world-leader in the manufacture of LNG cryogenic valves, with over 50 years industrial gas experience and 15 years’ successfully supplying to LNG marine markets.

The company’s valve technologies are widely used in the processing, storage and transportation of cryogenic fluids. Bestobell Marine also designs and produces valves to meet specific requirements in the marine sector and has supplied cryogenic valves to a majority of the major shipyards building LNG Carriers.