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  • Contributed by: Jack Eastwood, Project Developer, Protium
  • Contributed by: Chris Jackson, CEO, Protium
Achieving Net Zero emissions before 2050 is one of the largest and most complex challenges that the energy industry has ever faced.
  • Contributed by: Jippe van Eijnatten, Director Business Development, Titan LNG
Titan LNG is the proud leader for LNG bunkering in the wider ARA-region (Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp) and has built up a track record globally by carrying out the largest LNG bunkering operations to date.
  • Contributed by: Martin Perez, Senior Vice President Investment Strategy, General Electric
Natural Gas is replacing Diesel with profound implications for the energy industry
  • Contributed by: Lori Ackerman, Mayor, Fort St John
Gastech Insights had the chance to sit down with Fort St John's Mayor, Lori Ackerman at Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference in Vancouver to discuss what LNG means for the constituents of Fort St.
  • Contributed by: Jorg Aarnes, Global Lead - Low Carbon Solutions, DNV GL
More than anything, the scale of the future hydrogen society will be determined by success in managing infrastructure, safety, and perceptions.
  • Contributed by: Bryan Cox, President and CEO, BC LNG Alliance
Natural gas has been a safe, reliable and affordable fuel for heating, cooking, transportation and electricity generation in Canada for decades. Today, it makes up roughly one-third of all energy use across the country.
  • Contributed by: Susan L. Sakmar, Independent consultant, author and adjunct law professor, University of Houston Law Center
As 2020 kicks off, LNG project developers face many headwinds including oversupply concerns as Australia and the first wave of US projects continue to ramp up production, depressed global gas prices, and unresolved trade tensions between the US and Chi
Listen back to this insightful webinar focused on best practice for submitting papers to speak at Gastech 2020 in Singapore
  • Contributed by: Crystal Rhyno, Assistant Editor, Daily Oil Bulletin
Canada has the potential to help the worst polluters in the world get off coal with its abundant supply of natural gas.
  • Contributed by: Kelly Ogle, President and CEO, Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Australia is becoming the world’s largest exporter of LNG and will be a leading natural gas exporter for decades to come. Why did Australia react so fast to the rapidly expanding global LNG business? The major reason is geographic.
  • Contributed by: Steve Robertson, Director, HQ & Research Centre, Douglas Westwood
Steve Robertson, Director, Douglas Westwood ltd, talks about FLNG at the COTEs exhibition seminars at Gastech 2012.
  • Interview with Sylvain Vovard, LNG Process Engineer, Process and Technology Division, Technip
Sylvain Vovard, LNG Process Engineer, Process and Technology Division, Technip talks about Nitrogen Removal from LNG at the COTEs exhibition seminars at Gastech 2012.
  • Contributed by: Latifat Ajala, Marine Market Analyst, Lloyd's Register
Latifat Ajala,  Marine Market Analyst, Lloyd’s Register talks about the Lloyd's Register Bunkering Infrastructure Study at the COTEs exhibition seminars at Gastech 2012.
  • Interview with Shigeru Muraki, Executive Advisor, Tokyo Gas
These are tough times for Japan’s gas and electricity utilities, who together make up the world’s largest national group of LNG buyers. Post-Fukushima, the nation’s LNG imports have soared.