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Washington DC: 27th World Gas Conference

The World Gas Conference is the most important global gas industry gathering of influential leaders, policy-makers, buyers, sellers and experts. Conducted since 1931 by the International Gas Union (IGU), the triennial event aims to raise the voice of natural gas while offering timely updates on strategic, commercial and technical issues facing the entire gas value chain.

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Nicosia: 9th Mediterranean Oil & Gas Forum

The recent upstream gas discoveries in Cyprus, Israel, and Egypt reflect the future growth of hydrocarbons in the region. The Forum is a unique opportunity for energy leaders to engage in a productive dialogue with government decision makers and international investors. The 9th Mediterranean Oil & Gas Forum 2018 will bring together government and energy leaders to promote American and European energy investments in Cyprus and Eastern Mediterranean.

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Rotterdam: StocExpo Europe

StocExpo Europe, the largest international event for the tank terminal industry, returns to Rotterdam Ahoy in March 2018. The three day exhibition and conference is hosted in the heart of the ARA region, the world’s largest oil and gas trading hub. With three days of business opportunities, networking and knowledge sharing, StocExpo Europe is an event not to be missed.

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Warsaw: Gas Days 2018

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.

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Zagreb: CEE Gas Conference

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.

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