The NewsBase LNG Shipbuilding and Logistics Briefing 2014 takes a thematic look at the sector in Europe in order to assess critical questions. Normal price £129. Special 10% launch discount during August.
1. What is the present status of LNG shipbuilding, including LNG carriers, FSRUs and fuelling and storage barges? Who is buying the vessels and who is building them?
2. What is the current state of the market in terms of construction of port and docking facilities to facilitate LNG supply to vessels and hauliers?
3. What is the present state of the bunkering sector? Who are the main players what are the main regional and global trends?
4 How is emissions and clean air legislation driving the use of LNG as a transport fuel?
5. What are the implications of shipping and logistics developments on the global gas market, and how will LNG prices affect shipbuilding and freight costs?
Table of Contents
The LNG sector is recovering in Europe, with innovative vessel technology and new roles for the fuel
State-of-the art floating technology can give gives flexibility and fast access to market for LNG market players
LNG BUNKERING AND TRUCKING
Bunkering and trucking is picking up the slack at European LNG terminals with low capacity utilisation
LNG usage must expand in the shipping and haulage sectors if EU emissions targets are to be met
Hybrid terminals, small-scale LNG liquefaction plants, refuelling depots for trucks and LNG satellite storages are set to emerge in Europe
MARKETS AND PRICES
LNG is helping gas markets react to competition from Asia, with reloading and resale functions driving a move towards better transparency
Floating technology and dual-fuel engines demonstrate how innovation and flexibility are driving the LNG sector.
LNG will play a crucial role in fostering stability in Europe’s gas markets and contributing to lower emission in the transport sector