The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference will bring together Europes LNG transportation supply chain to discuss ship and terminal operations at the jetty, offshore and bunker station.
Our programme will focus on all aspects of the ship/shore interface including where LNG carrier and terminal operations link to discharge LNG; cargo and custody transfer systems; berthing and escort tugs; mooring and jetty arrangements; and cargo-handling equipment.
Speakers and delegates from across the supply chain will attend including vessel owners and operators; LNG terminal and jetty operators; LNG ports; energy majors; charterers; equipment suppliers; service providers; and industry associations.
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Why this conference is a must-attend:
This event is built around the unique content of LNG World Shipping.
Nine specialist conference sessions on the latest issues.
Hard-hitting case studies.
Time to contribute to the discussion and to build your professional network.
Exclusive updates from shipowners, analysts, industry bodies and solutions providers.
Access to premium networking opportunities.
Access to a dedicated trade exhibition.
Supported by GIIGNL, SGMF and SIGTTO.
Over 120 attendees across two days.
Over 30 shipowner and terminal representatives in attendance.
Twenty papers covering key markets, industry challenges and technologies.
Seven content-rich sessions across two days including innovations at terminals and jetties; port approach, berthing and mooring technologies; ship/shore link systems; FLNG and FSRU terminals; risk management and emergency response procedures; small-scale LNG and crew safety; and manning and training.
Conference chaired by Chris Clucas, Corporate Expert Liquefied Gas, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement.
Key industry developments and orderbook presented by Debbie Turner, Director, Senior Shipping Advisor, SSY Gas.
Update on industry regulations and best practice delivered by Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO.
Owner and operator presentations included National Grid Ventures, Excelerate Energy, Hφegh LNG, Teekay Marine Solutions and EXMAR Shipmanagement.
More than seven networking hours.
Networking and exhibition with 15 companies profiling the latest ship/shore interface technologies.
It was a great conference with very good technical papers. The conference attracts an excellent cross section of people actively involved in the LNG ship/shore interface including LNG shipping, FSRUs, land-based terminals and vendors serving this dynamic market. A wonderful place to network; both to meet new people and to renew old friendships.
Richard Gilmore, Director - Gas Fleet, Maran Gas Maritime
The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference is by far the most well-organised event of its kind and has been interesting from start to end. For industry insiders this is the spot where all relevant stakeholders are present sharing insights, developments, opportunities and of course networking. Additionally, the innovative feature of involving the audience through a real-time Q&A platform really boosted interaction and discussions.
Wouter van Reenen MSc, Business Development, Mampaey Offshore Industries
The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference was a very well-run event with informative papers and ample opportunities for networking over refreshments or lunch. As a sponsor we felt we got great value and exposure for the package provided.
Robin Collett, General Sales Manager EMEA, Samson
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