With predicted booms in both GtL and LNG in Mozambique, the country looks set to challenge Qatar as the largest producer of both products very soon.
Mozambique is set to become one of the world’s largest exporters of LNG, after recent offshore natural gas discoveries made in the country since 2010.
This fact, and more, are set to be discussed at a conference held in London later this year – the SMi’s 18th annual Gas to Liquids Conference.
Roger Carvalho, Managing Director, SPTEC Advisory will be presenting on Day Two of SMi’s 18th annual Gas to Liquids Conference. In his unique presentation entitled “Is Mozambique the New Qatar,” Carvalho will discuss the potential for GTL and LNG products in Mozambique and the possibility of integrated LNG and GTL plants. SPTEC Advisory is an independent advisory firm focusing on the Oil & Gas industry in Africa and the Middle-East.
Narsi Ghorban, Managing Director, Narkangan GTL International Company, will be presenting on Day Two on. His presentation is titled - “The Influence of West Asian politics on GTL investment – Challenges and Opportunities.”
Highlights from the talk include an analysis of Iran’s gas reserves and most economical gas monetisation options available, as well as an examination of West Asia’s political challenges and effect on GTL investment.
Narkangan Gas to Liquid International Company (NGTLIC) focuses on the Gas to Petroleum Products and is working towards the development of the first such plant in Iran, 65km from Shiraz.
Regularly visited by over a hundred experts from around the world, Gas to Liquids 2015 (12-13 October 2015, will be held at the Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK ans is sure to be one of the highlights of the industry calendar providing delegates with insightful presentations on more of the latest developments within the GTL industry.
Now in its 18th year, this popular industry event is a unique opportunity to gain a competitive edge as well as key insight into the strategies to overcome the logistical, financial, technological and economic challenges associated with GTL projects.