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08:30 09:00 (30 mins)

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Registration & Coffee

09:00 09:10 (10 mins)

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Chairman’s Opening Remarks

  • Andrew Clifton - General Manager, SIGTTO

09:10 09:40 (30 mins)

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Transformation of LNG receiving terminals into small-scale hubs

Development of LNG by trucks, small-scale vessels, wagons & satellite infrastructures

LNG terminals VS small liquefaction plants

What are the key future developments?

  • Arnaud De Fremicourt - Key Account Manager Strategy & Development, Elengy & Fosmax LNG

09:40 10:10 (30 mins)

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Ship-owners perspective on small scale LNG developments in China

Overview of the rules and standards for small LNGC - experiences on the design and construction of small LNGCS to be compatible with large LNG terminals

Insight into professional management and operations of small LNGCS

Safety supervision regulations on LNGC in China

Showcasing the Riverine LNGC - views on the development of Riverine LNGC in China

  • Shi Guangzhi - Assistant Manager, CNOOC EnerTech OPSC-LNG Shipping Co.

10:10 10:40 (30 mins)

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Marine fuel options post-2020: Consequences of the introduction of global sulphur cap

LNG’s place in the new fuels landscape

  • Sjaak Klap - Vice President Business Development, Spliethoff

10:40 11:10 (30 mins)

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Networking Break

11:10 11:40 (30 mins)

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Is small scale going to be the new normal - What’s the future for small scale LNG?

How is the world about to change and future developments?

Look at market demand drivers – where is the new LNG to go?

Is it the death of long term deals?

Role of the international major, smaller players and national oil companies?

LNG technology as a mitigator

  • David Haynes - Technical Advisor, SGMF

11:40 12:10 (30 mins)

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Small scale terminal infrastructure to support LNG developments

  • Nicholas Morris - Business Development Manager, Grain LNG

12:10 12:40 (30 mins)

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Carbon footprint of natural gas, analysing LNG and pipeline emission

Emission management and data transparency

Regulatory discussion on emission reduction

Greenhouse gas management

  • Senior Representative, Gazprom Germania

12:40 13:15 (35 mins)

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DEBATE: 2020 regulations – how serious will LNG be as an alternative fuel for rail and marine?

What are the options for 2020?

How do we look at it, what are the challenges and compare the other fuels?

Should we continue to build oil fuelled vessels with scrubbers or go with LNG ready vessels - long term view?

What will be the impact of the decision from IMO to limit the sulphur content – is LNG the only solution?

How are oil companies complying?

New capacity for short sea shipping

 Pricing of LNG vs HFO

  • Sjaak Klap - Vice President Business Development, Spliethoff
  • Andrej C. Haug - Chief Project Manager, Danube LNG
  • Moderator Andrew Clifton - General Manager, SIGTTO
  • Arnaud De Fremicourt - Key Account Manager Strategy & Development, Elengy & Fosmax LNG

13:15 14:15 (60 mins)

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Networking Lunch

14:15 14:40 (25 mins)

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Update on the new bunker vessels in Europe

How is the market for ship bunkering going to unfold?

  • Andrew Scott, Babcock LGE Process (LGE)

14:40 15:05 (25 mins)

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LNG distribution along European rivers

  • Andrej C. Haug - Chief Project Manager, Danube LNG

15:05 15:30 (25 mins)

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Update on the very first LNG bunkering installation project in Scotland, UK

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  • Jan Van Houwenhove, Cryo Advise

15:25 15:55 (30 mins)

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Networking Break

16:10 16:35 (25 mins)

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Real time update on LNG burning ME-GI and LPG burning ME-LGI engines

  • Masaki Ohutsu - Senior Technical Adviser and Managing Director, Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding

16:40 17:05 (25 mins)

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Propulsion choices for new 2 stroke engines

Understanding the risks and opportunities of new technology

Application: what are the optimised vessel and operating conditions for engine type?

How can new technology support increase in fuel efficiency of LNG and gas tankers? 

  • Claudiu Nichita - 2-stroke engines Sales and Marketing, Winterthur Gas and Diesel

17:10 17:35 (25 mins)

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Crewing and training for gas ships – current and future regulations and practices

  • Andrew Clifton - General Manager, SIGTTO

17:35 17:40 (5 mins)

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Chairman’s Final Thoughts and Close of Summit

  • Andrew Clifton - General Manager, SIGTTO