Network with confirmed attendees including Shell, Gazprom, Anadarko Petroleum and more at Floating LNG

SMi's 2nd annual Floating LNG conference, taking place on 17-18 February 2014 in London, will play host to leading Floating LNG innovators, with an array of case studies provided on current and upcoming projects from across the globe. The two-day conference programme will address how those at the forefront of the FLNG progress have adapted to various technology challenges and how they have made the most of out new business opportunities.

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London (PRWEB UK) 3 February 2014

SMi’s 2nd annual Floating LNG conference, taking place on 17th and 18th February 2014 in London, will focus on the challenges involving construction and technology, LNG market dynamics, new business opportunities and how to exploit them to their full potential. The two-day conference programme will also feature senior decision makers from leading FLNG innovators including INPEX, United LNG, Saipem and Excelerate Energy among others sharing valuable insight on current and emerging projects from across the globe.

Key presentations at SMi’s 2nd annual Floating LNG conference include:

  • Pioneering technology for floating LNG industry
Dinar Indriana, Senior Project Communication Coordinator, INPEX

  • The FLNG project at Main Pass Energy Hub
Christopher Caudill, Director, United LNG

  • LNG Offloading: The Evolution towards Tandem Offloading
Benjamin Mauries, Floaters Technologies Development Manager, Saipem

  • Floating Regasification - Market Update and Future Trends
Edward Scott, Chief Operating Officer, Excelerate Energy

View the full speaker line-up, conference programme and download the event brochure at

Plus, don’t miss the post-conference workshop taking place on 19 February 2014:
Legal and commercial issues affecting the FLNG industry | Led by Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
The workshop will have an interactive format. We will cover a number of fundamental issues currently facing the FLNG industry including the lessons that can be applied from onshore project development to FLNG project development, relevant shipping issues (including an understanding of the liability regime and quiet enjoyment protection afforded to field operators) and how best to structure your FLNG transaction.