The conference, which will cover all aspects of the LNG chain, is expected to have more than 5,000 participants from around the globe. This includes delegates, exhibitors, accompanying persons and trades visitors.
The four-day program will feature social events, workshops, exhibitions, plenary sessions, technical tours of world-leading LNG facilities, city tours, and opening and closing ceremonies and receptions.
The exhibition is expected to have over 250 exhibitors from over 60 countries. This will be an excellent opportunity to connect with other industry professionals and get a closer look at LNG operations across the globe.
Grant King, Chair of LNG 18 and Managing Director of Origin Energy, said “By the time LNG 18 occurs, we expect the LNG sector to be experiencing significant growth in supply as new projects come online in Australia and the United States.
“The LNG outlook remains strong, underpinned by global demand and the increasing role of LNG in the world energy mix.”?
Gas Today was recently announced as the National Media Partner for the 2016 conference and will have a strong presence at the event.
Sally Commins, Editor of Gas Today, said “Gas Today is thrilled to be announced as the National Media Partner for this exceptional event. We look forward to working with the LNG and gas industries to showcase the best the Australian industry has to offer the international industry.”?
Gas Today‘s publications include a quarterly magazine, a news website, an annual publication titled Australian Gas Leaders, and a range of industry reference materials including an industry directory and gas pipeline maps.
The title has a reach of 16,000 industry members and an audited print circulation of over 4,000 for the period ending March 2015 (CAB Audit Bureau).