Natural Gas Logistic, Handling and Contracts Forum

Natural Gas Logistic, Handling and Contracts Asia 2011, hosted in Bali, Indonesia will provide Asia’s only platform to meet challenges of providing a sustainable infrastructure to meet the growing needs of Asia. Bringing together the stakeholder of the storage and distribution infrastructure including governments, gas companies, gas distribution companies, this industrial conference will serve as the springboard for growth and bring together much needed operational insights and engineering expertise from all over the world.
When Jul 18, 2011 09:00 AM to
Jul 22, 2011 05:00 PM
Where Bali, Indonesia
Contact Name
Contact Phone +65 6506 0951
Attendees House of Representatives (DPR) Indonesia
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Indonesia
Ministry of Finance Indonesia
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs
Provincial Government of Bali
National Energy Council
BP Migas
BHP Migas
Lemigas
PT Pertamina
PT Medcoenergi
PT PGN
PT PLN
PTT PLC
Petronas
MISC
Petrovietnam Gas
KOGAS
Emirates Gas
ADNOC
Qatar Gas
Kaztransgaz LNG
PT Badak LNG
PT Nusantara Regas
PT Vico Indonesia
PT Cipta Niaga Gas
PT Petross
PT IEV
PT Walinusa
PT Titis Sampurna
PT Emerald Gas
PT Suropati Cahaya Timur
PT Alamigas Mega Energy
PT Banten Gas Sinergy
PT Banten Inti Gasindo
PT Bayu Buana Gemilang
PT Bina Bangun Wibawa Mukti
PT Energasindo Heksa Karya
PT Energi Kompresindo Utama
PT Indogas Kriya Dwiguna
PT Inti Alasindo
PT Java Gas Indonesia
PT Kemitraan Energi Industri
PT Mitra Energi Buana
PT Mutiara Energy
PT Odira Energy Persada
PT Parnaraya
PT Pertiwi Nusantara Resources
PT Sadikun Niagamas Raya
PT Suryacipta
PT Walinusa Energi
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With the West Java FSRU Project in Indonesia scheduled to be online within the next year coupled with immediate plans to build small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, the upcoming Natural Gas Logistics, Handling and Contracts conference, taking place on 18-22 July 2011 in Bali, Indonesia will be the focal point of gathering for all stakeholders involved with LNG in the region.

As the Asia Pacific region anticipates the exponential growth and demand  for LNG – notably in small-medium scale projects - it is important to have a comprehensive natural gas logistics, handling and contract strategies to ensure that your project costing and efficiencies are not overstretched. More information can be found on www.naturalgasglobal.com/lng

Join key players in this unmissible gathering of the minds touching critical topics including:

  • FSRU – THE EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR GAS STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION
  • SMALL-MEDIUM SCALE LNG SOLUTIONS TO MONETIZE STRANDED GAS
  • LNG STORAGE AT LNG RECEIVING TERMINALS
  • MANAGING GAS DEMAND AND INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SMALL-MEDIUM SCALE LNG IN INDONESIA
  • ENERGY EFFICIENT MINI AND SMALL SCALE LNG PLANT TECHNOLOGY
  • SUCCESS AND CHALLENGES IN OPERATING A MINI LIQUEFACTION PLANT
  • FINANCING SMALL MEDIUM LNG INFRASTRUCTURE
  • SUCCESS AND CHALLENGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF SMALL TO MEDIUM SCALE LNG PLANTS
  • SAFETY ASPECTS ASSOCIATED WITH SMALL-MID SCALE LNG
  • FUTURE STORAGE DEVELOPMENT
  • STRUCTURING SALE AND PURCHASE AGREEMENTS IN THE CURRENT LNG MARKET

 

This business critical event will highlight the practical commercial and business case for smaller LNG projects and the technologies needed to help companies “transfer” smoothly into the new era of natural gas distribution and network.

More information about this event…

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