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LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference 2019

28 November 2019 - 29 November 2019
09:00 - 18:00
London

Latest developments in LNG transportation and transfer


The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference will bring together Europe’s LNG transportation supply chain to discuss ship and terminal operations at the jetty, offshore and bunker station.

Our programme will focus on all aspects of the ship/shore interface including where LNG carrier and terminal operations link to discharge LNG; cargo and custody transfer systems; berthing and escort tugs; mooring and jetty arrangements; and cargo-handling equipment.

Speakers and delegates from across the supply chain will attend including vessel owners and operators; LNG terminal and jetty operators; LNG ports; energy majors; charterers; equipment suppliers; service providers; and industry associations.

Supporting Media

The LNG World Shipping magazine, newsletter and website reports on the entire LNG maritime transport chain, from onshore and offshore developments upstream, through terminals and LNG carriers, to small-scale LNG. LNG World Shipping has become essential reading for anyone involved with the LNG shipping industry. Readers rely on our team of in-house editors and journalists for expert analysis and authoritative comment on developments and technology within the global LNG transportation market.

Create an account and sign up to receive event notifications and our weekly LNG World Shipping newsletter for comprehensive coverage of developments in the global LNG shipping industry.

Please contact Ian Pow for all sales related queries at: ian.pow@rivieramm.com

Why this conference is a must-attend:

  • This event is built around the unique content of LNG World Shipping.
  • Nine specialist conference sessions on the latest issues.
  • Hard-hitting case studies.
  • Time to contribute to the discussion and to build your professional network.
  • Exclusive updates from shipowners, analysts, industry bodies and solutions providers.
  • Access to premium networking opportunities.
  • Access to a dedicated trade exhibition.
  • Supported by GIIGNL, SGMF and SIGTTO.

Programme Highlights

  • Over 120 attendees across two days.
  • Over 30 shipowner and terminal representatives in attendance.
  • Twenty papers covering key markets, industry challenges and technologies.
  • Seven content-rich sessions across two days including innovations at terminals and jetties; port approach, berthing and mooring technologies; ship/shore link systems; FLNG and FSRU terminals; risk management and emergency response procedures; small-scale LNG and crew safety; and manning and training.
  • Conference chaired by Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO
  • Key industry developments and orderbook presented by Debbie Turner, Senior Broker, LNG, Howe Robinson Partners.
  • More than seven networking hours.
  • Networking and exhibition with 15 companies profiling the latest ship/shore interface technologies.

Testimonials

“It was a great conference with very good technical papers. The conference attracts an excellent cross section of people actively involved in the LNG ship/shore interface including LNG shipping, FSRUs, land-based terminals and vendors serving this dynamic market. A wonderful place to network; both to meet new people and to renew old friendships.”
Richard Gilmore, Director - Gas Fleet, Maran Gas Maritime

“The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference is by far the most well-organised event of its kind and has been interesting from start to end. For industry insiders this is the spot where all relevant stakeholders are present sharing insights, developments, opportunities and of course networking. Additionally, the innovative feature of involving the audience through a real-time Q&A platform really boosted interaction and discussions.”
Wouter van Reenen MSc, Business Development, Mampaey Offshore Industries

“The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference was a very well-run event with informative papers and ample opportunities for networking over refreshments or lunch. As a sponsor we felt we got great value and exposure for the package provided.”
Robin Collett, General Sales Manager EMEA, Samson

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Latest developments in LNG transportation and transfer

 

DAY ONE: THURSDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2019

08:00 Registration coffee and networking

 

08:55 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

 

09:00 Welcome address from platinum sponsor
David Pendleton, Managing Director, Trelleborg Marine Systems UK

 

09:05 Welcome from the conference chairman
Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO

SESSION 1: LNG MARKET UPDATE

A comprehensive update of the LNG market, vessels and terminals. Speakers will present invaluable data, trends and analysis to ensure delegates are fully up to date.

 

09:15 LNG MARKET ANALYSIS – DEMAND, SUPPLY AND GROWTH

  • Is this a low gas price environment?
  • All change for the LNG supply and demand role – where is the new demand?
  • LNG carries – market size and order book.
  • LNG as a fuel – will this increase?
  • Overall view of where the LNG shipping market is headed – are we in for another winter of high charter rates?

Debbie Turner, Senior Broker, LNG, Howe Robinson Partners


09:35 Q&A

 

09:45 AEX LNG: Re-evaluating and upgrading THE HUMAN ELEMENT in LNG Shipping

  • Introduction to AEX LNG Management - Purpose, values and philosophy.
  • Professional learning and training support.
  • Leadership and the safety culture.
  • Ensuring healthy lives and promoting the well-being of all employees is paramount and essential to our sustainable development.

Sachin Mohan, Operation & Commercial Director, AEX LNG


10:05 Q&A

 

10:15 Networking coffee break in the exhibition area sponsored by Samson Rope Technologies

SESSION 2: SHIP-SHORE INTERFACE TECHNOLOGIES

Leading technology companies will present the latest innovations in LNG ship-shore interface technologies.

 

10:55 Ship-shore links for FSRU, FSU and small-scale sectors

  • A review of the current standards for ship shore links in LNG.
  • The growing application space and operational complexity for ship shore links in LNG/CNG transfer processes.
  • The proliferation of solutions and reduction in flexibility. Doing the same thing many different ways.
  • Creating a standard that increasing asset flexibility and reduce OPEX and CAPEX.

David Pendleton, Managing Director, Trelleborg Marine Systems UK


11:15 Q&A

 

11:25 Innovative hose based FSRU ship-to-shore HP gas transfer solution

  • A proven technology improving transfer economics and schedule while maintaining safety standards.
  • Introducing the intrinsic flexibility of API compliant high pressure gas hoses allowing for larger operational envelope compared to conventional loading arms.
  • Understanding the complete turnkey solution including HP hoses, ERC and hose fall arrest system allowing for easy installation and safe disconnection.
  • Enabling fast-track projects with 5-6 months from inception to first gas.
  • Reducing both CAPEX and OPEX investments with the cost effective and low maintenance HP hoses.

Gergely Szekely, Technical Project Manager, Continental Oil & Gas


11:45 Q&A

 

11:55 Designing a user-friendly mooring analysis tool for LNG carriers

  • What are the common issues that should be addressed?
  • Software installation and upgrade, sharing up to date ship and berth data, data entry errors, computer processing power for dynamic calculations.
  • Possible solutions: browser-based application, web-server to store and securely share pre-entered LNG berth and ship data, visualisation using Unity 3D engine, Microsoft Azure high performance compute virtual machines.
  • Calculation methodology and verification, static calculations, dynamic calculations, ship to ship.

Johan Machtelinckx, Technical Director, Witherby Publishing Group
Iain Gunn, Technical Director, Oil and Gas, HR Wallingford


12:25 Q&A

 

12:30 Anthony Veder – Ship / Ship Interfacing

  • How we handle our ship / ship interfaces.
  • How we adjust to operational locations.
  • How we solve compatibility.
  • How we utilize maneuverability.

Karin Kuipers, Process Engineer, Anthony Veder


12:50 Q&A

 

13:00 Networking lunch break in the exhibition area sponsored by Bureau Veritas

ROUNDTABLE DSM DYNEEMA – BY INVITATION ONLY
Safe, secure, reliable long lasting and cost effective mooring

  • Learn how to select the right rope design, rope management system and fiber.
  • Understand the value in safety and reliability of mooring equipment for LNG vessels.
  • Gain industry insights and make the right choice.

Moderator:
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

Panellists:

Jac Spijkers, DSM Dyneema - Application Manager Maritime and Offshore EMEA
Robin Collett, Samson Rope Technologies – Sales Manager EMEA


14:10 Easy drive: improved connection systems

  • An intuitive marine loading arm rectilinear control.
  • Simple, quicker and safer operations.
  • Improved connection/disconnection capabilities for weather exposed areas.
  • Open door to automatic/unmanned operations.

Stéphane Paquet, R&D Manager, TechnipFMC


14:30 Q&A

SESSION 3: LNG TERMINALS

This session will look at the latest developments in both fixed and floating LNG terminals. Speakers will discuss new designs, functionality, technological innovations and their experiences from recent operations.

 

14:40 GIIGNL update: LNG terminals trends and developments

  • Drivers for the development of LNG import infrastructure
  • Evolution of terminal utilization rates
  • Role of LNG terminals as hubs
  • Retail LNG from terminals: state of play

Vincent Demoury, General Delegate, International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL)


15:00 Q&A

 

15:10 Case studies of recent terminals introduced to the market

Paul Sullivan, Senior VP Global LNG & FLNG, Worley


15:30 Q&A

 

15:40 Networking coffee break in the exhibition area sponsored by Samson Rope Technologies

 

16:20 Floating LNG import terminals – configurations and flexibility

An overview of the building blocks and choices for floating LNG terminals from a practical, execution and classification point of view.

  • FSRU (Floating Storage and Regasification Unit).
  • FSU (Floating Storage Unit) and onshore regasification.
  • FSU and regasification barge.
  • Combinations of FSRUs, FSUs, barges and onshore elements for maximum flexibility for each individual project, whilst also addressing delivering gas to industry, residential and power as well as LNG for marine and road transport.

Tor-Ivar Guttulsrød, Director FSRU and FLNG - Global Gas Solutions, ABS


16:40 Q&A

 

16:50 Case Study: LNGonWheels® system

Naturgy’s LNGonWheels® solution is a ground-breaking technology for small-medium offtakers willing to switch to LNG, and it consists of a device designed to transport LNG tanker trucks tanks with a new module (the patent core) that allows the connection and loading of these trucks tanks from an LNG vessel, making feasible natural gas access to end users that cannot before.

  • LNGonWheels® solution provides feasible access to natural gas for those customers where it was not technical or economic viable.
  • Located in remote or difficult access locations with shallow waters.
  • Requiring minimal infrastructures at port.
  • Easy scalable, distributed between multiple power plants/islands.
  • Modular concept fitted with end user demand.

Dr Miguel Duvison Santiago, LNG Projects Manager, Engineering and Technology, Gas & Power Business Unit, Naturgy

17:10 Q&A

17:20 Argentina’s Tango FLNG project and the ‘Feasibility Study for the First FLNG Barge Installation in port worldwide (Bahia Blanca)’

  • Argentina: from import to export LNG business.
  • Tango FLNG design principles and issues related.
  • Adapting FLNG barge to existing port infrastructure.
  • Detailed mooring and safety analysis: long term permanence of FLNG – STS operation.
  • Interference with port operations (manoeuvring, passing ships, etc.).

José R. Iribarren, Managing Director, Siport21


17:40 Q&A

17:50 Closing remarks from the conference chairman

Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO

 

18:00 Drinks reception sponsored by TechnipFMC


19:00 LNG World Shipping Awards sponsored by LNT Marine


19:30 End of day one

*Programme subject to amendments/change

 

DAY TWO: FRIDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2019

08:00 Registration coffee and networking in the exhibition area sponsored by Samson Rope Technologies

 

09:00 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

 

09:05 Welcome from the conference chairman
Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO

SESSION 4: LNG CARRIERS

A look at recent developments with LNG Carriers, recent designs and advancements in field operations.

 

09:15 Guidelines for reloading of LNG carriers at importation terminals

Due to unprecedented change in the worldwide LNG industry, the traditional role of LNG import terminals is changing. LNG import terminals have modified their assets to reload LNG carriers in order to meet new customer requirements. Whilst this idea may seem straightforward to implement, there are numerous technical risks and challenges that need to be considered and a guideline was developed using the experience of GIIGNL import terminal operators.

  • Typical reload plant lineouts for a purpose-built import terminal.
  • Technical assessment of adapting and debottlenecking import facilities for reloading.
  • Risk analysis and formal process safety assessments.
  • Responsibilities of various stakeholders.

Goke Phillips, Technical Development Manager, National Grid Grain LNG and GIIGNL Technical Study Group Representative

09:35 Q&A

09:45 Learnings from ME-GI conversion for the largest LNG vessel ever built
Bader Al Mulla, LNG Joint Ventures Manager, Nakilat

10:05 Q&A

10:15 Networking coffee break in the exhibition area sponsored by Samson Rope Technologies

SESSION 5: LNG BUNKERING

Update on LNG bunkering infrastructure and facilities.

10:55 LNG bunkering - industry overview

  • Compliant fuel choices, today… and tomorrow.
  • Gas fuelled fleet and bunkering availability update.
  • Regulatory Framework & SGMF’s Guidelines.

Gianpaolo Benedetti, Senior Technical Advisor, SGMF


11:15 Q&A

11:25 LNG transfer systems
Nigel Edwards, Business Development Manager - LNG, MannTek LNG Solutions


11:45 Q&A

 

11:55 LNG bunkering from a port perspective

  • Regulatory Framework from Rotterdam Perspective.
  • Rotterdam LNG bunkering, a mature market?
  • SIMOPS, of course.
  • LNG ready terminal.

Cees Boon, Senior Safety Advisor, Harbour Masters Policy Department, Port of Rotterdam


12:15 Q&A

 

12:25 Networking lunch break sponsored by Bureau Veritas

SESSION 6: SAFETY

How recent safety standards and digitalisation technologies are contributing to greater efficiency and improved safety.

13:35 How Digitalisation and 3D simulation technologies are enabling safety and efficiency

  • How are digitalisation and 3D simulation technologies being utilised for various maritime applications.
  • Understanding the key benefits of using digitalisation technologies for LNG STS transfers.
  • How can safety be enhanced through the use of digitalisation technologies.
  • What efficiencies are possible – analysing the latest field data.

Dr Phil Thompson, Director, Simulation & Training Products, BMT
Louise Ledgard, Director of Business Development, Critical Infrastructure, BMT


13:55 Q&A

14:05 SIGTTO – LNG Safety at the ship/shore interface

  • Present industry issues.
  • SIGTTO projects.
  • LNG training.
  • How SIGTTO manages risk.
  • Methane emissions.

Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO


14:25 Q&A

SESSION 7: INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT: KEY FACTORS TO LOOK OUT FOR AS THE INDUSTRY EVOLVES

The final session will consolidate two days of discussions by looking at the future outlook of the LNG industry. Industry leaders will address the key factors that are expected to affect the LNG markets, transportation and trade.

14:30 How global developments are affecting LNG terminals

  • The increase in LNG production and the role NWE has had to take i.e. supply sink.
  • Demand for terminal capacity increased due to over supply.
  • Impact of new types of customers driving flexible contract solutions.
  • Subsequent impact on demand for additional / ancillary services i.e. Truck loading, Breakbulk Marine and the key drivers (cost, policy, infrastructure).

Paul Ocholla, Commercial Advisor, National Grid, Grain LNG

14:50 Industry leaders panel discussion

  • How is the LNG market expected to develop over the next 12 months?
  • Important factors the industry needs to be mindful of – what are the key challenges?
  • What activity can we expect to see from the energy majors – how will this affect LNG transportation and trade?
  • What is the future outlook of LNG as a clean fuel, will new technologies replace it?

Panellists:
Sachin Mohan, Operation & Commercial Director, AEX LNG
Paul Ocholla, Commercial Advisor, National Grid, Grain LNG
Chris Clucas, Principal Consultant, Liquefied Gas Consultancy
Captain Srdan Silic, Director Marine & Operations, Maran Gas Maritime Inc
Dr Miguel Duvison Santiago, LNG Projects Manager, Engineering and Technology, Gas & Power Business Unit, Naturgy
Jose R. Iribarren, Managing Director, Siport21

15:20 Q&A

 

15:30 Closing remarks from the conference chairman
Andrew Clifton, General Manager, SIGTTO

 

15:40 Closing remarks from Riviera Maritime Media
Edwin Lampert, Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

 

15:45 End of conference

*Programme subject to amendments/change

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Awards

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Awards sponsored by

Safety Award 2019

Awarded to a company, person, project or product that has made a significant impact to safety in the LNG industry.

WINNER: GTT Training

Vessel Award 2019

Awarded to a designer, builder, owner, operator or manager of an LNG carrier which is considered to have set an industry benchmark through innovative design and efficient operation.

WINNER: Engie Zeebrugge

Terminal Award 2019

Awarded to an owner or operator of an LNG terminal which is considered to have set an industry benchmark through innovative design and efficient operation.

WINNER: Grain LNG

Technology Award 2019

Awarded to an innovative product, system or service which is considered to have made a significant impact on the design, build and/or operational aspects within the LNG industry.

WINNER: LNT Marine

Lifetime Achievement Award 2019

Honour and recognise an outstanding individual who has made a significant contribution to the LNG industry.

WINNER: Paul Sullivan, Senior VP Global LNG & FLNG, Worley

 

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Who Attended

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Shipowners/Operators/Terminals/Gas Majors:

AEX LNG
ADNOC
Angola LNG
BP Shipping
Capital Gas Ship Management Corporation
Centrica
Elengy
Exmar Shipmanagement
Glencore
Golar LNG
Grain LNG
K-Line
Maran Gas Maritime

Marubeni Europe

MISC Berhad
MOL LNG Transport Europe
Naturgy
Nigeria LNG
NYK LNG Shipmanagement (UK)
OLT Offshore Toscana
Port of Rotterdam
Pronav Shipmanagement
Shell International Shipping & Trading
TMS Cardiff Gas
TOTAL


Other Companies Attending:

ABS
Air Products
Atlas Copco
Bexco
Beckett Rankine
BMT Group
Bureau Veritas
Bylur
Castor Marine
Chart Industries
ContiTech Oil & Marine Group
Cryostar
Cyberowl
Dunlop Oil & Marine
Fives Cryomec
Fidelity International
Grupo Mares
GTT Training
Gutteling
HR Wallingford
Howe Robinson & Partners UK
International Registries, Inc
Klaw Products
LISCR

Lankhorst Ropes

Liquefied Gas Consultancy
LNG New Technologies
LNT Marine
Manntek
MIB Italiana
NCE Maritime CleanTech
PolluProt
Panama Canal Pilot Association
Poten & Partners
Power LTL Holdings
Restech Norway
Samson Rope Technologies
SIGTTO
Sobis Software
SGMF
TechnipFMC
TGE Marine Gas Engineering
The International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers
Trelleborg Marine Systems
Vivo Energy Holdings
Witherby Publishing Group
Worley

 

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Venue

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Venue

Amba Hotel Marble Arch

Bryanston Street

Marble Arch

London

W1H 7EH

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  • 668 bedrooms
  • Fast, free WiFi
  • Gym
  • Marble Arch Restaurant & Bar
  • Executive lounge
  • Complimentary minibar
  • Steps away from Oxford Street, Hyde Park and Marble Arch
  • 5 minute walk from Marble Arch Station

Located 45 minutes-1 hour from London Heathrow Airport

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Exhibitors

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Exhibition

 

The LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference offers delegates the opportunity to experience the latest products and services available in your sector. We welcome exhibitors from across the international LNG industry to bring you face-to-face engagement with suppliers offering solutions and technological developments to suit your needs.

 

2019 Exhibitors Included:

Stand 1: Trelleborg Marine Systems
Stand 2: Samson Rope Technologies
Stand 3: Air Products
Stand 4: ContiTech Oil & Marine Corp
Stand 5: Witherby Publishing Group
Stand 7: Sobis Software
Stand 8: BMT
Stand 9: Lankhorst Ropes
Stand 10: Manntek
Stand 11: Castor Marine
Stand 12: Bexco
Stand 13: Restech
Stand 14: Gutteling
Stand 15: MIB Italiana

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