Nakilat is participating in the Gastech 2018 Exhibition and Conference, which will conclude today in Barcelona, Spain.
One of the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG)-centric events globally, Gastech attracts more than 30,000 professionals from the energy industry, providing a strategic platform to discuss current industry topics and display the latest technological innovations.
The company participated in a panel discussion on “Understanding how emerging, fragmenting and diversifying markets are creating a new LNG customer landscape”, highlighting the substantial role of energy transportation companies within the LNG supply chain in meeting the growing global demand.
Nakilat also provides integrated maritime solutions through its local joint ventures, offering ship repair, offshore repair and fabrication, as well as ship building at its world-class Erhama Bin Jaber Al Jalahma Shipyard, as well as towage, shipping agency and logistics services; thereby adding strategic value to Qatar’s shipping and maritime sector.
Gastech provides an excellent opportunity for Nakilat to network with industry peers, engage in industry discussions and generate business opportunities. The company’s active participation in such strategic global events comes as part of its vision to be a global leader and provider of choice for energy transportation and maritime services.
Sheikh Khalid leads Qatargas delegation at Gastech
Qatargas is participating in the 30th edition of the Gastech Conference and Exhibition, which will conclude today in Barcelona, Spain.
Qatargas’ delegation was led by Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa al-Thani, Qatargas chief executive. During the conference, a joint technical paper on the ‘Unique Excursions from the typical Hydrocarbon Vapour-Liquid separation characteristics’ was presented by Salihin Mohammed Ismail, senior unit engineer and Hamad Salman al-Mohannadi, surveillance engineer from the Engineering Department. The paper explored the technicalities behind the hydrocarbon vapour – liquid separation.
Gastech is a key event for the international oil and gas industry, and a global meeting place for energy professionals working in the natural gas cycle.
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