Call For Papers deadline extended for Gastech 2021

Gastech 2021 Call for PaperThe Gastech 2021 Call For Papers deadline has been extended until Thursday 11 February 2021, giving gas, LNG and energy industry players a further opportunity to speak in front of the leading oil and gas conference

The Gastech 2021 conference (13-16 September, Singapore) is expected to provide leadership and direction as the gas, LNG and energy industry seek to strike a balance between business priorities and their licence to operate, in a post-COVID-19 world.

Some of the topics to submit Gastech 2021 commercial abstracts for include Adapting Business Models In A Post-COVID World; Integrated Energy Suppliers; Gas & LNG Supply & Demand Dynamics; EPC & Project Progress / Updates; Decarbonisation & Emissions Management; and Diversification Of The Future Workforce. 

Some of the topics to submit technical abstracts for include Health, Safety, Security & Environment; FLNG & FSRUs; Shipping, Storage & Terminals; Hydrogen, LPG, Ammonia & Ethane; Upstream Production & Field Development; Gas Processing, Liquefaction & Regasification; Digitalisation, Automation & AI; Power Generation, Utilities & Energy End-Users and more.

The Gastech Governing Body is made up of a senior, select group of 66 industry professionals, representing the full global gas, LNG and energy supply chain – commercial as well as technically. The body is free to advise and select the very best possible content for the conference agenda, 

The commercial committee co-chairs include Nick Milne, senior vice-president, Offshore Oil / Gas and LNG Finance Macquarie Group and Paul Sullivan VP UMLNG Advisian Americas.

The technical committee co-chairs include Christopher Caswell, vice-president of LNG Technology OGC Engineering Kiewit Engineering Group Inc and Andrew Clifton, CEO and general manager at SIGTTO.

To submit abstract, click here

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