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3rd Annual Asia Pacific Small and Mid Scale LNG
Singapore, Singapore - 14-16 May 2014
Conference / congress

14th May is a  half day workshop will provide a comprehensive briefing on the emerging markets for small/medium scale LNG and explain what is meant by small/medium scale LNG by looking at the technology and infrastructure. It will look at the fundamental economic and environmental drivers as well as the detailed economics of the small scale LNG supply chain. It will look in detail at the new markets that are the catalyst for the development of small and medium scale LNG.
15th  and 16th May is Conference


Date(s):
14-16 May 2014

Venue:
Pan Pacific Singapore 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square,

Ticketing:
$2699
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