(EnergyAsia, April 28, Monday) — ‘Asia Gas 2008 Conference’ will be held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore form May 29 to 30.
The conference will feature case studies on Indonesia’s gas industry and its stake in the domestic power market with demand trends and opportunities in the country’s gas to power market, Thailand’s policy and its energy strategies, supply and demand of natural gas and current exploration and production activities, China’s needs and demands and the market challenges and opportunities and Asia’s market and Singapore as a trading partner to in the global LNG market.
Delegates will learn about the impact of the oil and gas price rise and climate change issues on the trade, challenges for the Southeast Asia in today’s highly competitive industry, cogeneration and energy efficiency in buildings, human resource challenges, benefits of LNG, and mid-scale and mini-LNG liquefaction solutions for exploration and production.
They will also discuss the needs of Asian power generation and utility markets, gas monetisation, China’s LNG supply options, expectations for world gas supply, commercial and operational challenges in LNG shipping and marine transportation of compressed natural gas (CNG).
Speakers at the event include Sarawut Kaewtathip (Ministry of Energy, Thailand), Steve Puckett (Tri-zen International), Dennis J. Ryan (Black & Veatch, Energy), ShenYi Yang (United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)), Chris de Lavigne and Ravi Krishnaswamy (Frost & Sullivan), David Yip (Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific), Poul Kristensen (Independent Energy Network), KC See (Quest Group of Companies), Tony Regan (Nexant), Seah Siew Hua (Argus Media), Joseph Anderson (Morrison & Foerster LLP), Divay Goel (Drewry Maritime Services), A.K. Seah (ABS Pacific) and Ian Gorman (Molopo Australia).
‘Asia Gas 2008 Conference’ is organised by the Asia Business Forum. For more information, please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com.