Conference Day 2: Business case for end users – April 30th

Environmentally friendly and economically viable, increasing numbers of logistics, shipping, industrial and process organisations are turning to LNG to fuel their operations. From trucking to drilling, LNG is fast emerging as a leading part of the energy mix.

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8:45 AM Chair’s summary and introduction to the themes of Day 2

Cees Dikker , Downstream LNG Business Development, Shell

Cees Dikker
Downstream LNG Business Development
Shell

9:00 AM LNG loading arms

Damien Tortel , LS R&D/Execution Engineering Manager | Loading Systems, FMC Technologies

 Presentation notes to be confirmed shortly
Damien Tortel
LS R&D/Execution Engineering Manager | Loading Systems
FMC Technologies

9:40 AM Barents Naturgass

Stig Olsen , Project Manager, Barents Naturgass

Stig Olsen
Project Manager
Barents Naturgass

10:20 AM Shipping panel: UPDATE FROM THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY

Ivo Ramakers , Fleet Director, MF Shipping Group

Klaus Rasmussen , Director, MovingEnergy

Damien Tortel , LS R&D/Execution Engineering Manager | Loading Systems, FMC Technologies

Cees Dikker , Downstream LNG Business Development, Shell

  • Key challenges facing ship operators exploring fueling solutions to increasingly demanding environmental standard


Ivo Ramakers
Fleet Director
MF Shipping Group
Klaus Rasmussen
Director
MovingEnergy
Damien Tortel
LS R&D/Execution Engineering Manager | Loading Systems
FMC Technologies
Cees Dikker
Downstream LNG Business Development
Shell

11:30 AM SECURING LNG AS A FUTURE BUNKER FUEL

Klaus Rasmussen , Director, MovingEnergy

  • Examining key elements that impact LNG bunker pricing
  • A consultants view on LNG supply chains development targeting the maritime sector
  • Latest NEWS in LNG bunkering: The SAMSOE Ferry project
    Klaus Rasmussen
    Director
    MovingEnergy

    12:10 AM PORT PROJECT: SMALL SCALE BIO LNG AND THE PORT OF AMSTERDAM

    Peter van der Gaag , Director, Holland Innovation Team

    • Principles behind the project
    • Technical issues related to the programme
    • Markets targeted
    • Deadlines and moving forward
      Peter van der Gaag
      Director
      Holland Innovation Team

      12:50 PM LNG supply for the maiden voyage of two roro carriers from China to Europe

      Koos Blaazer , General Manager, LNGEurope

      • General introduction on the role and interest of ENN in Europe and the development of various sectors
      • General introduction on actual executed bunker operations in Zeebrugge, and Rome Cruise terminal in 2014 for the maiden voyages of the Bukser og Berging tugs
      • Specific information on the maiden voyage of two 100% LNG fired RoRo ships from China to Europe Q42014 and Q1 2015
      • Overview of pricing and logistic hurdles for the supply of LNG in China, Singapore, India and eastern Mediterranean
      Koos Blaazer
      General Manager
      LNGEurope

      2:30 PM Exploring the LNG fuel economics

      Alain Bourgeois , Vice President, Gas & LNG, Bergen Energi AS

      • Assessing LNG competitiveness in a sustained cheap oil world
      • Small-scale LNG value chains: adding bunkering and distribution costs
      • Available origination options and commodity pricing: oil vs. gas indexation
      Alain Bourgeois
      Vice President, Gas & LNG
      Bergen Energi AS

      3:10 PM Small-mid scale LNG infrastructure across Europe

      Abel Enriquez , Enagas Represetative, GLE Small Scale LNG Work Group

      • Current and planned infrastructure
      • Challenges to the development of this infrastructure
      • Funding opportunities and partnerships
      Abel Enriquez
      Enagas Represetative
      GLE Small Scale LNG Work Group

      3:50 PM LNG Safety in Fueling

      Bas Van Den Beemt , Business developer Oil & Gas, TNO

      Presentation notes to be confirmed shortly
      Bas Van Den Beemt
      Business developer Oil & Gas
      TNO

      5:10 PM Fuel Differentiators: How LNG measures up

      James Ashworth , Lead Consultant, TRI-ZEN International Pte Ltd

      • Looking at the alternatives, LNG, HFO and scrubbers
      • What’s the best way forward?
      • What current industry survey’s indicate about the future of LNG as a fuel
      James Ashworth
      Lead Consultant
      TRI-ZEN International Pte Ltd

      5:50 PM Contribution of LNG for the fuel and energy market in Europe

      Alexey Mozgovoy , Scientist and Project Manager Gas Supply, Division Fuel and Appliance Technology , Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V.

      • LNG as a fuel: requirements on the fuel quality (motor and stationary use)
      • LNG as a solution for upcoming natural gas market conversion in Germany: use of the ballasted gaseous LNG in pipeline transport
      • LNG as a fuel gas: isolated natural gas networks, use as a main or temporary energy source for industrial applications: safety of supply, pipeline natural gas quality’s deviation as a motivator for LNG usage
      Alexey Mozgovoy
      Scientist and Project Manager Gas Supply, Division Fuel and Appliance Technology
      Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e.V.

      6:30 PM Chair's final remarks and close of conference

      Cees Dikker , Downstream LNG Business Development, Shell

      Cees Dikker
      Downstream LNG Business Development
      Shell

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