Natural gas and LNG technologies and supply chains

Natural gas and LNG technologies and supply chains
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Nov 03, 2015 09:00 AM to
Nov 06, 2015 05:30 PM


The course is pitched to appeal to professionals from a range of technical and commercial backgrounds and with varying levels of gas industry experience.

Modern technologies and increasing infrastructure have enabled LNG to emerge from a strategic energy source into one that now competes in terms of price and supply with pipeline gas in most regions of the world. Global demand for it is changing and diversifying significantly with, for example,it now being more widely used as feedstock for producing a range of high-value liquid fuels and petrochemicals. Through a series of presentations, case studies and exercises delegates are provided with insight to the technologies and supply chains involved in the industries.

Non-Member: GBP 3300.00
EI Member: GBP 3100.00

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