The 3rd International LNG Congress in Barcelona will take place in 3 months. Decision makers of such companies as Novatek, Total, Swedegas and others are ready to share their views regarding LNG perspectives.
The congress addressed the following question to the key speakers of the International LNG Congress: How do you see the future of LNG?
Marc Perrin, LNG R&D Program Manager, Engie:
LNG has a great future if effort is made to use it for conventional and new applications with the best technologies and the best practices.
Javier Lebrato, Project Engineer, Applus Idiada:
Definitely, LNG market is on the rise. It is expected to reach really impressive figures by 2020 and 2030. I also expect that OEMs really invest in this fuel.
Carlos Guererro, Business Development Manager, Bureau Veritas:
The future of LNG is difficult to predict as it will depend on environmental policies and price environment. Anyway, I see a brilliant medium term future for LNG.
Juan Carbayo Puig, Business Development Manager, Cepsa Gas:
LNG is a relatively 'unliquid' commodity as yet. In the future, it is turning a lot more liquid, involving far larger volumes, players and demand niches.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/11072017/key-speakers-address-the-future-of-lng/
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