The 23rd World LNG Summit & Awards is taking place in Athens throughout this week, with the world’s senior LNG leaders, policy-makers and traders detailing and discussing the crucial role that this energy source plays in delivering security, economic stability as well as the ongoing drive for decarbonization.
Specific sessions at a downtown Athens hotel for Wednesday include “LNG Strategy: Reshaping the Gas Landscape to Provide Energy Security and Flexibility of Supply”, “Asia-Pacific: Future LNG Demand in Asia Pacific”, “European Demand: Could Europe’s Supply Gap Herald a Positive Period for LNG?”, “The Big Debate: Will Europe Need LNG in 2050?”, “Boosting Cooperation Between Industry, Regulators, and Customers, to Manage and Drive the Energy Transition”, and finally, the closely watched topic of “Ship Owners: How Can Greek Shipping Continue to Prosper in a Less Certain Geopolitical Landscape?”
Sessions on Thursday and Friday will deal with regional energy security, decarbonization, market outlook, possible collaboration with hydrogen-ready infrastructure and finance in the sector.
The summit will conclude on Friday, with participants given a guided tour of the Revithoussa LNG terminal, which is located on the same-name islet in the Gulf of Pachi, southwest of or the port of Piraeus.
Οι «νουθεσίες» Χατζηδάκη στους τραπεζίτες, το ΤΑΙΠΕΔ ψάχνει deals στην Ινδία και το νέο προφίλ της ΓΕΝΟΠ ΔΕΗ
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