The 5th Gas Fuelled Ships Conference, a three-day technical conference providing the very latest information on LNG as a fuel for the future, will be held in Stavanger, Norway on 25-27 November 2014.
The Gas Fuelled Ships Conference, the longest running small scale LNG conference, provides a platform for all LNG stakeholders who want to explore the implications, challenges and benefits of LNG as a maritime fuel.
The conference is the only technical conference to combine a two day informative and knowledge based conference with technical visits giving delegates access to real life operations of current LNG vessels, and supply plants, as well as networking opportunities at its welcome reception and conference dinner.
This is a must attend event for ship owners and operators, policy makers, engine manufacturers, LNG carriers, LNG suppliers, ship builders, classification societies, ship designers, ship yards and port & terminal operators who are looking to benefit from a valuable insight into using LNG as a future maritime fuel.
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Book your delegate place today for The 5th Gas Fuelled Ships Conference and benefit from the fantastic networking opportunities available to you, including: a tour of the Skangass LNG production plant and a visit to watch live shore-to-ship bunkering either from the bridge of the M/S Stavangerfjord or from the shorebased Skangass Terminal Reserve your place now!
The 5th Motorship Gas Fuelled Ships Conference will be co-chaired by Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO and Martin Shaw, Managing Director of Marine Operations and Assurance Management Solutions Ltd.
The Gas Fuelled Ships Conference is the biggest and longest running LNG conference focusing solely on LNG as a fuel for the maritime industry. Taking place this year at the Radisson Blu Atlantic, Stavanger on the 25-27 November this two day technical conference is jam packed with topical presentations, case studies, networking opportunities and the chance to join technical visits to the Skangass LNG production plant, plus live shore-to-ship bunkering of the M/S Stavangerfjord.