The premier LNG event gathering the top movers and shakers of this rapidly developing industry. It is here where business meets opportunity – expert speakers, engaged audience and an environment enabling a hands-on experience.
Are you interested in LNG and in Shipping? Would you like to hear what the top international LNG experts have to say? Would you like to know more about the tools and advanced techniques in the energy sector? If your answer is YES to any of these questions, join the Madrid LNG & Shipping Forum in Madrid this year.
Rather than spending time travelling to client meetings and racking up air fares, Gas Shipping Americas brings the American gas industry together to allow cost and time efficient opportunities to meet key industry players.
Since its inaugural meeting in 1997 the CEM conferences have been held in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Denmark, France, Switzerland, Italy, The Czech Republic, Turkey, Portugal and now Budapest.
Green Maritime Forum will offer a comprehensive program focusing on the expansion and development of shipping related processes. Utilizing the knowledge of expert speakers, industry leaders will be able to obtain the tools and practices they need to cultivate the most innovative and environmentally-friendly Maritime business.
YOU CAN SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreMr Kemal Urhan Mr Kemal Urhan, the CEO of Cryocan – one of the group companies of CAN GROUP, active in various areas of energy sector. Major activity areas of the […]
Join 450+ maritime professionals to discuss the latest in global regulations, digital trends, technology innovations, business risk, sustainable shipping & more.
Warsaw Gas Days 2018 is a continuation of the International GasShow Fair, one of the key events for the LPG / CNG / LNG industry. A large, stabilised market and geographical location has allowed us to invite visitors from all over the world, including from Italy, Turkey, Holland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Russia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, the USA, as well as countries in South America and Asia.
Key countries including Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia, along with the European Commission have signed an MoU to invest in both infrastructure and cross-border interconnections, as well as improving the investment environment through targeting regulatory, financial, permitting and internal market obstacles.
Poland’s biggest ports – Gdańsk, Gdynia and Szczecin-Świnoujście, as well as some international guests including Rotterdam, Stockholm, Helsinki and Wilhelmshaven, will be invited to share their experiences with planning and financing. A discussion panel centered around the latter aspect of infrastructure development is set to round up their presentations and assure that all bases are covered.