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Gas Indonesia Summit & Exhibition is Indonesia’s leading conference and exhibition for the integrated natural gas and LNG industry, covering the fullstream natural gas value chain from upstream E&P, transportation & storage, downstream utilisation and power generation. 

Developed under the theme “Enhancing Indonesia’s Natural Gas and LNG Industry from Pore to Plant” and supported by SKK Migas and PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN), Gas Indonesia Summit & Exhibition 2018 is the country’s leading event dedicated to connecting professionals active in upstream, midstream and downstream to collaborate, share best practices and advance Indonesia’s natural gas and LNG value chain. 

Gas Indonesia Summit & Exhibition is Indonesia’s meeting point for government leaders, national state companies, IOCs, E&P, gas & LNG companies, syngas (CBM) and technology companies to discuss, challenge and collaborate to drive growth and practical solutions for Indonesia’s complete natural gas value chain. 

Aligning key stakeholders from government and the private sector, Gas Indonesia Summit & Exhibition is the premiere event for Indonesia’s dynamic natural gas industry.

Indonesia is an important market for Cheniere and the LNG industry. The Gas Indonesia Summit and Exhibition is an excellent forum that brings together stakeholders, both public and private, from different segments of the natural gas and LNG value chain. The exchange of ideas and ability to network with a wide range of counterparts focused on Indonesia makes this conference unique.
Doug Wharton
Director Origination, Cheniere Marketing Pte. Ltd
Gas Indonesia Summit and Exhibition gives us an opportunity to reinforce our relationship with existing customers by showing them our operations here in Indonesia. It's a great place to let them know about our latest innovations and find out first-hand what are the needs of our prospects. It is always great to put a face to a name when we meet our customers both old and new.
Fuad Hasyim
President Director, PT. KBR Indonesia
We found the Gas Indonesia Summit and Exhibition extremely relevant to our business given our specific focus on developing innovative, end-to-end solutions for last-mile delivery of gas or LNG to off-grid customers across Indonesia. We see the event as a good platform for making those critical connections with potential customers and partners from around the region.
Julian Thomas
VP, Corporate, AG&P
LATEST NEWS
3 days ago
While it is difficult to predict exactly how many projects will take FID in a given year, there are numerous LNG project developments to expect in 2018, offering a very encouraging outlook for the LNG industry.  By downloading this report, you will discover:
3 days ago
Shipping plays a crucial role in enabling economic development as it responds to the needs of the organization, functioning of the economy and society as well as improving the conditions and quality of life of the population. However, this argument underestimates the real costs. For all ship types, the main engines (propulsion) are the dominant fuel consumers essentially burning residual fuel oil (HFO), which has harmful health and environmental impacts as well as accounts for approximately 3.1% on average for global greenhouse gases (GHGs) worldwide.
3 days ago
In the past year, Emission Control Area (ECA) regulations have driven many decisions and developments within the LNG market and continue to do so. With the global sulphur cap of 0.5% for marine fuel due to be adopted by 2020, the industry is experiencing LNG gain traction as a fuel of choice for ships. As a leading global shipbroking firm, Simpson Spence & Young focuses on a variety of markets, including LNG and LPG projects, striving to address the dynamic world of shipping and global trade.
4 days ago
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4 days ago
Central and Eastern Europe is described as the region of possibilities, with many projects now gaining both commercial support and political momentum. Europe’s eyes are opening to the opportunities of strategic alliances to connect European gas supply sources from the Baltic, Adriatic, and Black Seas to the rest of Europe.
4 days ago
At the end of 2017, the EU announced the signing of a grant agreement in which it will be contributing €101.4mn into the construction of Croatia’s Krk LNG terminal, which is more than a quarter of the overall cost of the project. The advancement of this terminal will prove positive for the region as it will increase the security of gas supply to central and south-eastern Europe.
1 week ago
For the gas industry, I believe there are four notable trends which will take place and develop in 2018: 1 - Increasingly dynamic gas pricing Throughout 2017 we have seen commodity prices rising and gas prices have followed this trend, being dragged up by rising oil and coal prices as well as various supply and demand issues more specific to gas.
1 week ago
The views expressed are the author’s own, and do not reflect any position on behalf of his former company. 2018 will start by a North Hemisphere winter with Brent oil prices closer to $60-65 rather than $50-55 and a sustained demand for LNG from China and possibly Southern Europe in case of recurrent unavailability of French nuclear power at a time when expected big supply plants are facing delays. This should lead to a sustained level for both LT contract prices (oil) and subsequent “spot” price levels (supply-demand) before the real wave of additional LNG materializes.
1 week ago
2017 turned out to be a very good year for LNG buyers, prices having dropped dramatically from earlier highs, and with every prospect that they would stay that way for a while.  The trade press was full of articles about the “glut” of LNG supplies.  Some projected the glut and low prices would be around until the mid-2020s.  It hasn’t worked out that way, and so soon.  Where did the glut go, and who stole it?
4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
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1 month ago
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1 month ago
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1 month ago
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1 month ago
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