The LNG Value Chain towards the Global Sulfur Cap 2020

Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) has been taken into consideration as the marine fuel to cope with the upcoming Global Sulfur Cap 2020. Work to establish both a maritime and a land based LNG infrastructure has been undertaken worldwide, but the questions still remaining are however, if the LNG supply & demand is aligned, if the infrastructure is sufficiently developed, and if so, how do we support the LNG supply chain in order to boost the LNG business?

As a follow up on our successful 3-day conference ‘LNG: Best Fuel of the Future’, we are organizing a half-day seminar, where we put once again LNG in the spotlight.

Come and meet LNG experts representing all of the LNG value chain from LNG infrastructure developers, to LNG distributors, LNG users from land and sea – and what about the regulatory experts?

Gain knowledge and experience based on the real-life cases from Samsø Municipality/Shipping, Volvo Trucks and Furetank and take part in the debate with the experts.


Case: The Business model of LNG and LBG
Knud Tybirk, Samsø Biogas IVS, Samsø Municipality

Case: Commercial Trucks
Tommy Nielsen, Volvo Trucks

Panel debate: "LNG towards 2020; Incitements to establish a LNG infrastructure":
Per Winther Christensen, Head of Technical Affairs, Danish Shipping
Leif Abildgaard, General Manager, Sales Wärtsilä Marine Solutions
Rouzbeh Rasai, Seniorrådgiver, Næringslivets NOx-fond
Speaker name to be provided, Klaipedos Nafta

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
13:00 17:00
Bureau Veritas
149 Vesterbrogade København

Price (ex. VAT)
Free admission
No-show fee: 500 DKK

Source and more information: Maritime Development  Center