Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is an attractive fuel for ships in order to comply with upcoming environmental regulations. The use of LNG has a positive environmental impact and long-term economic viability. However, the lack of bunkering facilities in seaports is currently a major obstacle to the widespread use of LNG as a ship fuel. We see that public port authorities are playing a proactive role in facilitating the use of LNG as a marine fuel.
This virtual conference is bringing together leading Oil and Gas sector, LNG companies, Ship Operators, Ports and Terminals to benchmark LNG Bunkering best practices. It creates an excellent & interactive platform for our participants to share and brainstorm on common challenges.
- Bunkering Operations optimisation
- LNG Bunkering Installation Port to Ship
- Flag State’s role in LNG shipping
- BioLNG production in Italy: opportunities for the maritime sector
- Singapore: the emerging hub of LNG bunkering
- Risk management and safety
- LNG bunkering supply chain development
- Baltic Bunkering: a terminal’s view