LNG Bunkering Summit

  • January 29-31, 2019
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

Promoting LNG as the Fuel of the Future through Supply Chain Development and Innovation

It certainly is an exciting time for the LNG industry with 2018 arguably being the tipping point for the sector. New LNG infrastructure became operational, and with further projects in the pipeline, LNG as a marine fuel has seen more traction with new recent news suggesting that LNG fuelled vessels are set to double by 2020.

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Whilst the news is extremely positive, the industry must continue to collaborate and develop supply chain partnerships that will help accelerate the use of LNG Globally.

Now in its 7th year, the Annual LNG Bunkering Summit will be spread over three days and focus on the entire supply chain, offering insights into decision making, planning, development, operation, safety and training processes that are driving the LNG Bunkering market forward.

Join Europe's fastest growing and largest LNG Bunkering in 2019 to discuss the future of the industry and unite with infrastructure operators, shipping companies, LNG suppliers along with technology providers.


Agenda themes will include:

  • Regulations: Receive updates on regulatory developments across the globe, potential impacts and how to prepare appropriately
  • Decision making: Hear predictions, forecasts and future trends to help understand commercial viability and suitability for LNG now and into the future
  • Finance and funding: Discover alternative finance options and successful strategies to secure your investment
  • Port perspectives: Avoid project pitfalls through understanding common challenges global ports overcame from planning through to operation
  • Shipping perspectives: Review alternative methods of Marine Fuel and discover how major shipping companies approached their conversion and vessel options
  • LNG supply chain: Learn how EU ports are realizing their supply chain management process and associated LNG Infrastructure challenges
  • Operational challenges: Discuss potential challenges for machinery operation, risk management and safety
  • Workforce: Replicate proven concepts for training, developing, up-skilling and managing your future workforce
     
"Good for meeting people in the industry, the quality was good with concrete and specific examples presented."
Partner, L,R P

"Very well balanced speaker panel covering both technical and commercial topics. I gained lots of new knowledge and there were great networking opportunities."
Training Manager, SASEMAR/Centro Jovellanos

"Informative and educational."
Commercial Officer, National Grid Grain LNG

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2019 Speakers:

  • Pablo Garcia, Fleet Project Manager, Balearia
  • Pete Keller, Executive VP, Tote
  • Tom Strang, Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs, Carnival Corporation & plc
  • Paul Radford, Engineering Superintendent, BC Ferries
  • Cees Boon, Sector Coordinator Harbour Master Policy Department, Port of Rotterdam
  • Cecile Gregoire-David, Business Development & External Relations, Dunkerque LNG SAS
  • Qiao Yu, GM of LNG Bunker Project, CNOOC Gas and Power Group.
  • Stuart Carpenter, LNG Project Director, Carnival Corp & plc
  • Arjan Stavast, Business Development Manager Global Marine - LNG for Transport, Shell
  • Daniel Deschodt, Commercial Director, Port of Dunkirk
  • Antonio Illescas, Business Development Manager, Swedegas
  • Jean-Pierre GUELLEC, Chief Executive Officer, Dragages Ports, SamueLNG
  • Harly Penner, Engineering Superintendent, LNG Vessels, Seaspan Ferries Corporation
  • Xavier Pfeuty, LNG Manager, Total Marine Fuel Global Solutions
  • Guus Vogels, Sales Manager, Vopak
  • Guillame Brossard, Director - LNG Market Development, Energir
  • Jose Poblet, Director, Cotenaval
  • Gerben Dijkstra, Business Development Manager, Anthony Veder
  • Jan Gabriel, Head of Conversion and Construction Department, DEME
  • Peter Harbo, Business Development Manager, Port of Esbjerg
  • Frank Harteveld, Director Sales & Marketing, Wartsila Gas Systems, Marine Solutions
  • Christian Satorius, Sales & Projects Manager, ARTA
  • Jan Schubert, Sales & Business Development Senior Manager, Nauticor
  • Kwinten Standaert, Key Account Officer, Commercial Department, Fluxys
  • Nigel Edwards, Business Development Manager - LNG, MannTek LNG Solutions
  • Hadi Farhoud, Head of Strategy & Marketing, GTT
  • Jurgita Silinskaite-Vensloviene, Head of Small Scale LNG, Klaipedos Nafta
  • Nasir Zubairu, Doctoral Research Scholar / Associate Lecturer, Plymouth Business School
  • Sjaak Klap, VP Business Development, Spliethoff
  • Stefaan Adriaens, Commercial Manager, Gate Terminal
  • Didier De Beaumont, Commercial Manager, Port of Amsterdam
  • Roger Gothberg, Managing Director, MAN Energy Solutions
  • Paul Radage, Sales Director, Trelleborg Marine Systems UK
  • Daniel Kemp, Business Development Manager, Marine Fuel Solutions, Emerson
  • Bertrand Crispils, Technical Superintendent, Brittany Ferries
  • Guillaume Paternostre, LNG Bunkering Business Developer, ENGIE
  • Kwinten Standaert, Key Account Manager, Fluxys Belgium
  • Paul Ocholla, Commercial Advisor Break Bulk LNG, GrainLNG
  • Eugenia Bertrand Alonso, Head of LNG Bunker Business Development, Repsol
  • Javier Cervera Alonso, Head of LNG Bunkering Development, Naturgy
  • Yves Bui, LNG Project Director, New Building Department, MSC
  • Joris van Kreij, Global Business Development Manager - Marine LNG Solutions, Chart Industries Inc.
  • Frans Duwaer, Director, Victrol
  • Oscar Kallerdahl, Vice President LNG Systems, Rolls Royce
  • Angel Rojo, Head of Commercial Development and Clients, Enagas
  • Santiago de Andres Herrero, Business Development Manager Marine Engineering, Sener
  • Tom Stuchfield, Editor, Oil & Gas IQ

Source: ASDEvents
Date: Dec 24, 2018