Low Oil Prices and LNG

  • Lokomotivhallerne 5A Otto Busses Vej København, 2450 Denmark

Low Oil Prices and LNG -
Supporting the LNG Infrastructure development in the Baltic Sea Region

Even before oil prices began to fall last year, the development of the necessary LNG (liquefied natural gas) infrastructure for transport faced significant challenges – and for the foreseeable future, the ongoing LNG infrastructure development will encounter rough seas. While the long-term economic fundamentals remain sound for the LNG expansion, additional measures are needed to boost the continuous development of both the LNG infrastructure and the LNG value chain in the region.
During this half-day seminar, we will be looking into actions supporting the continuous LNG development in the Baltic Sea Region by exploring innovations to open up new markets and adding on new end-users to the existing infrastructure.  

Programme for the day
13.00 Welcome by/ Moderator Jan Boyesen, Maritime Development Center of Europe 

13:10    LNG distribution in BSR by/ Jonas Kimontas, Project manager Klaipedos nafta 

13.30    Inland waterways (TBC)

13.50 Utilization of LNG cooling energy by/ Marius Arkusauskas, Director, Western Baltic Engineering 

14.10:    LNG trucks By/ (TBC)

14.30    LNG Powered port equipment by/ Kone Cranes, (TBC)

14.50    Coffee break

15.20  LNG by rail: The opportunities of rail transportation for LNG supply chain by/ Mr. Heinz-Jürgen Hiller, Business Development LNG Europe, VTG Aktiengesellschaft

15.40  Bio LNG: Maritime fuel of the future? CO2 neutral, based on local supply chain and creating local jobs by/ Søren Steensgaard, Technical Director, Samsø Municipality 

16.00    Connect2LNG by/ Unilever, Mark Rickhoff, Logistics Transformation & Innovation Manager, Unilever (TBC)

16.20Discussions

17.00    End of workshop