About the Event

A Sea Asia conference organised by Seatrade UBM and the Singapore Maritime Foundation, the LNG Forum 2018 was held during the Singapore Maritime Week and was an exclusive one-day VIP conference comprising two high-level panel sessions in the morning, followed by a special focus on LNG bunkering and small scale LNG in the afternoon.

With the rapid growth of LNG as an energy source, the conference featured in-depth discussions on the macro outlook of LNG production and demand, shipping and regasification solutions and downstream markets including the development of small-scale LNG and LNG bunkering.

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24 Apr 2018, Tuesday
8:15 am - 5:00 pm

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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Private event, by invite only

Daphne Yuen
+65 6233 6754
daphne.yuen@ubm.com

About the Organizer

Seatrade UBM
Seatrade is an integral portfolio within UBM founded in 1970 that organises a range of global exhibitions, events and publications covering every aspect of the cruise and maritime industries. It is headquartered in Colchester, UK, and is globally represented across 23 countries in the UAE, Asia, South America and Europe.

In Singapore, both Sea Asia and Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia are managed under the umbrella of UBM Asia, the largest trade show organiser in the region, and the largest commercial organiser in China, India and Malaysia.

SMF
The Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF) was established on 27 January 2004 to facilitate dialogue and cooperation among maritime stakeholders from the public and private sectors. As the bridge between the public and private sectors, SMF aims to provide the industry with a clear and representative voice, and spearhead projects to boost its development.

SMF also organises and participates in a host of maritime events to strengthen the Maritime Singapore brand. To date, SMF has significantly benefitted from strong support from all sectors of the industry which has enabled the organisation to reach out directly to the community for new areas of work to improve the current maritime ecosystem.