LNG 360⁰ Forum (Latin America & Caribbean)
Organization: dmg :: events
Venue: Omni Houston Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jan 14, 2014||End Date/Time: Jan 16, 2014|
- Capitalizing on the Commercial and Strategic Opportunities for LNG Projects and Partnerships in the Americas
With natural gas being the cleanest, most efficient fuel, innovation surrounding the integration of LNG with power generation today is growing. Countries including Colombia, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay have now implemented LNG within their energy matrix and neighboring regions are in close pursuit, catapulting Latin America as one of the world’s fastest growing LNG markets.
Central American countries and their Caribbean counterparts are also forging ahead with promoting LNG as a viable energy supply for their respective markets.
The LNG 360° Latin America and Caribbean Forum 2013 was a great success, bringing together over 100 high profile industry leaders from Latin America, Central America, North America and the Caribbean to discuss the latest developments, disclose the current projects, debate the feasibility and forecast the future of LNG within the region.The second annual LNG 360° Latin America & Caribbean Forum will uncover the strategic and commercial opportunities related to LNG projects, particularly in light of the increased demand for diversification. This timely Forum will be bringing together the major producers – importers and exporters, members of the government, project investors, shippers and all other major stakeholders together to share their insights on promoting LNG projects and partnerships in the Americas
Key topics that will be discussed include:
Evaluating how LNG can be strengthened as a major source of energy in – Uncovering the current project developments within Latin America
Exploring the Role of FSRUs – To what extent can FSRUs provide the solution for sustaining the energy market in Latin America and the Caribbean?
Identifying the measures that need to be taken to facilitate small scale LNG supply and meet the demands of smaller markets
Assessing the future of LNG export in the North American marketplace and its direct impact on both Latin America and the Caribbean.