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 the 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.
- The lack of LNG bunkering infrastructure
- Bunkering Operations Optimisation
- Evaluating LNG Bunkering Automation Technology
- Bio-LNG and synthetic LNG to support net-zero market transition
- New legal framework for LNG Bunkering
- LNG Bunkering Supply Chain Development and Innovation