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4th Annual Asia Pacific Small & Mid-Scale LNG
Singapore, Singapore - 13th to 15th May 2015
Conference / congress

The 4th Annual Asia Pacific Small & Mid-Scale LNG (APAC LNG) Forum 2015 (13 - 15 May, Singapore) will showcase an up-to-date view of the commercial and technical drivers of small-mid LNG value chain.

Built around the theme "Fuelling ahead with small-mid LNG, an economical solution", APAC LNG will address key elements in trends, market drivers, challenges and opportunities, economics, commercial and financial frameworks, small LNG power plants, as well as large LNG producers accessing small markets and vice versa.

Hear from leading EPCs, NOCs, IOCs and industry experts and practitioners from the small-mid LNG industry in Asia and leverage on the opportunity to network and exchange business relations with thought leaders and decision makers within this supply chain.

13th to 15th May 2015

Singapore Marriott Hotel, 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore

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