Two Energy Security Events in Singapore

Sunday, October 7, 2012

We are pleased to extend an invitation to our readers to the following two events during Singapore International Energy Week:

1. ASIA GAS SUMMIT

IAGS is supporting the organization of the inaugural Gas Asia Summit which will take place on October 24–25 as part of Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).  Singapore's Second Minister for Home Affairs & Trade and Industry, Minister S Iswaran will open the event, which will bring the region's policy makers and global gas industry players together to explore opportunities and address issues faced in fuelling Asia’s demand for gas.  IAGS co-director Gal Luft will deliver a keynote address on the topic: United States LNG Exports to Asia – Major Influx or Limited Volumes?

Visit www.gasasiasummit.comhttp://www.gasasiasummit.com/for more information.


2. ROUNDTABLE ON NATURAL GAS USES IN TRANSPORTATION

On October 25, IAGS will host a roundtable discussion on the topic Natural Gas Uses in Transportation: Liquid? Gas? Electric?

Natural gas can power compressed natural gas vehicles; it can be used to generate electricity which in turn powers electric vehicles, and it can be converted into a variety of liquid fuels like methanol, diesel, gasoline and dimethyl ether (DME). The options are many, and in the face of high oil prices the economics of replacing petroleum products with natural gas fuels are compelling. What are the most economic paths forward? What are the technology challenges and market barriers facing each option and what policies are needed to overcome them? The roundtable will bring together experts and industry leaders to discuss the most optimal uses of natural gas in the Asian transportation sector.

Click here for more information about the event.

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