150B cubic meters of natural gas are flared in oilfields across the world each year, resulting in an estimated 350M tons of harmful GHG emissions each year. This flaring often occurs in remote oilfield locations, where limited to no pipeline infrastructure exists to transport the gas to market. This challenge represents a huge opportunity for small-scale GTL – New technologies that enable the deployment of cost-effective, small-scale gas-to-liquids plants can help oil and gas producers capture the flared gas on-site and monetize the resources currently being wasted.
Join Gas-to-Liquids 2014 this October and hear from Primus Green Energy and other top-ranked speakers about current and emerging GTL projects across Europe, Africa, Japan, the Middle East and North America and the latest developments within the industry. Now in its 17th year, this is the leading industry event in London visited by over a hundred experts from around the world.
Speaker Panel-2014 Includes: Alex Forbes (Energy Journalist and Consultant), Forbes Communications; Arata Nakamura (Senior Coordinator, Technical Planning & Coordination Unit, Technical Division), INPEX CORPORATION; Mark Schnell (General Manager, Marketing, Strategy and New Business Development)
Event’s sponsors: Aleph Sciences Group, British Petroleum and Velocys.
Gas to Liquids – 2014 is supported by: Interfax Energy, OilVoice, Petrospot, MJM Energy, Worldoils, Oil and Gas Journal, Alexander's oil and gas connections, Power Info Today, Oil and Gas International, Upstream online, European Gas Hub, NRG Expert, Rigzone, Engineerlive, E&P Daily, Gasworld, Petrofinder.
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