May 14-16th: Distributed Micro LNG Production & Virtual Pipeline in Canada
When it comes to gas monetisation and exports, the rise of US shale has changed the dynamic in North America. Canada requires a new approach and new markets, both international and domestic.
May 14th to 16th, 2018, The Canada Gas and LNG Exhibition and Conference brings together the Canadian gas value chain, from producers through to midstream players, downstream innovators, international buyers and government figureheads.
Set on the theme of the Road Map to 2025, the 3 day conference will identify the Opportunity, tackle the Challenges and finally, set out the Solution for long term gas monetisation in Canada.
DGSC‘s Andrew Wilkins will be speaking at the following events:
“Distributed Micro LNG Production and Virtual Pipeline in Canada”
Monday 2:30-3pm, Show Floor
Learn about the benefits to end users of distributed LNG production based on proven micro liquefaction technology, and Virtual Pipeline to displace higher carbon fuels across Canada.
“Micro-LNG solutions for ship bunkering and virtual pipelines”
Tuesday 12:50-2pm, Tech Talks at Show Floor Seminar Theatre
As IMO 2020 Marine Fuel Sulfur regulations approach, learn about how Micro LNG production and Virtual Pipeline can be leveraged to provide timely and cost effective LNG bunkering solutions for ships on the west coast, east coast and Great Lakes.