Gastalk January - In conversation with the Gastech co-chairs & top tips for submitting an abstract

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Listen back to this insightful webinar focused on best practice for submitting papers to speak at Gastech 2020 in Singapore

Our Presenter this week is Gavin Sutcliffe, Chairman of the Gastech Governing Body who is joined by Gastech Co-Chairs Nick Milne and Andrew Clifton.

Topics covered:

  • Gastech 2020 paper submissions - best practices 
  • Tips for getting your paper selected
  • Some of the technological developments from the past 18 months
  • Latest in LNG markets and trends
  • Which are FIDs and Projects can we expect to see in 2020?
  • The potential of hydrogen
  • Gas & LNG in the power mix

Message from the Gastech 2020 team:

The call for papers for the 2020 programme has been open for a few weeks already and we are accepting abstracts on a wide range of commercial and technical topics – including the energy transition, trading, automation and AI, to shipping, EPCs, utilities and end-users. We seek abstracts of no more than 500 words, that our Governing Body then vote on. If successful, your organisation and you could be speaking in front of more than 3,000 delegates and enjoying an unprecedented opportunity to present your unique insights to our global audience. 


This year’s call for papers deadline is 24 January 2020 and we are inviting you and your colleagues to submit strategic or technical papers for consideration to speak at Gastech 2020’s Conference!

Over 250 international speakers took to the stage at the globally renowned Gastech Strategic and Technical Conferences last year, is Gastech 2020 Singapore your turn?