Global leaders from the gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry will gather in Singapore from 26th-28th October to discuss the future landscape of Asia’s gas and LNG business for the Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition (GAS).
Year-on-year, the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) and its partner events draw leaders and experts from around the world to debate and cooperate on energy developments across Asia.
This year, Asia’s gas and LNG industry, as well as its related supply chains, will return to GAS exhibition to focus on the opportunities accelerating the development of Asia’s dynamic gas market.
The role of gas and LNG in Asia’s energy mix has always been a key discussion point at the event with developments across carbon emission standards, spot prices, technologies, regulations, and the shift in buyer-seller dynamics all heavily debated at 2015’s event.
The event features a strategic and technical conference and workshop and a free-to-attend exhibition show floor showcasing international and regional exhibitors from across the supply chain.
Senior representation from the Embassy of Japan in Singapore, Malaysia-Thailand Joint Authority, ADNOC, Mitsubishi Corporation, POSCO, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Technip, ABS, Pavilion Energy and other regional authorities and key international LNG and gas stakeholders are lined up to attend.
As part of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme, both the conference and workshop are accredited, with those delegates attending either the conference or workshop receiving certification post event for their own professional record.