9th Asia Gas Congress 2013

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May 09, 2013 09:00 AM to
May 10, 2013 04:15 PM


9th Asia Gas Congress 2013


International Energy Agency sees world demand for natural gas could rise more than 50% by 2035, from 2010 resulted from the remarkable gas demand growth in Asian countries, particularly in China and Japan. Changes also take place in the gas supply side. Both established market leaders like Russia, America, Canada, etc., and emerging suppliers like East Africa, are coveting the immense Asia market and strategies and investments have been made.

How to rightly understand the industry dynamics in the uncertain times? How to align business strategy with the changing gas landscape? The past 8 years’ successful Asia Gas Congress  series events have attracted C-level participants from around 3000+ leading companies such as LNG/gas importers, traders, developers and key stakeholders, EPC, equipment provider, LNG shipping, gas distributors, utilities, gas chemical companies, etc. The past events have been widely well acclaimed by the participants from all facets of the gas industry.
As the 9th edition of Asia Gas Congress series which has been forging the future of Asia’s gas industry and has established to be the Asia Pacific’s premier conference for gas buyers and sellers. Asia Gas Congress 2013 (AGC 2013) will converge gas industry leaders from throughout the gas value chain from May 9th-10th, 2013 in Beijing, China to address the vital issues and forecasts, to profile major gas & LNG projects and to define the opportunities and challenges associated with the latest industry dynamics and emerging technologies.

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