LNG 360 Forum Latin America and Caribbean

LNG 360 Forum Latin America and Caribbean
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Jan 14, 2014 09:00 AM to
Jan 16, 2014 05:00 PM


With growing innovation surrounding the integration of LNG with power generation, key countries in South America have now implemented LNG within their energy matrix. Neighboring regions are in close pursuit, catapulting Latin America as one of the world's fastest growing LNG importers.

Central American countries and their Caribbean counterparts are also forging ahead with promoting LNG as a viable energy supply for their respective markets.

The second annual LNG 360° Latin America and Caribbean Forum is back to uncover the strategic and commercial opportunities related to these LNG projects. This timely Forum will be bringing together the major producers - importers and exporters, members of the government, project investors, shippers and all other major stakeholders together to share their insights on promoting LNG projects and partnerships in the Americas.

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Early Bird Rates: From $895
Standard Rates: From $1095

Speakers: Jorge Leiton, Rudolf Araneda, Santiago Romero Oneto, Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster, Guy Broggi, Joseph Williams, Javier H. Estrada Estrada, Silvia De Marucci, Reg Gibbons, Juan Pablon Calderon Claure, Dr Mitchell Baer, Daniel H. Bustos, David Chung, Bill Cooper, Matthew McManus, Greg Michaels, Todd Peterson, Ted Williams, Hugo V. Hodge. Jr, Raúl Carral, Rajesh Chandra, Manuel Perez Dubuc, Eng Alejandro Fernandez, John Hatley, Marta Jara Otelo, Dr Harri Kytomaa, Tony Teo, Paul C. Young

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