Gastech returning to Singapore in 2023

13 September 2022

Gastech, one of the world’s largest global exhibitions and conferences for the natural gas, LNG, hydrogen, low carbon solutions and climate technologies industries, will take place in Singapore Sept. 11-14, 2023, event organizers dmg events announced.

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Singapore has one of the world’s busiest trade routes and is home to a growing LNG trading community. The choice to host Gastech 2023 in Singapore reflects the city state’s position as a leading LNG trading hub as well as the growing importance of natural gas and LNG to the economies of Asia and Australasia, both as a feedstock for petrochemicals production and as a bridging energy source to a low carbon energy eco-system.

“We’re delighted to be taking Gastech back to Asia, and to one of the most important energy and financial hubs in the world,” said Christopher Hudson, president of dmg events. “Singapore sits at the crossroads of trade and investment in the region, which presents enormous opportunities for global players in the gas, LNG, hydrogen, low carbon solutions and climate technology sectors to engage some of the fastest-growing economies in the world.”

Gastech, which takes place in a different location each year, draws more than 40,000 international visitors from across the energy value chain. Attendees include heads of state and government, energy ministers, CEOs and global business leaders, through to management and operational-level executives, engineers, scientists and emerging talent. It was last held in Singapore in 2021. The recently concluded Gastech 2022 was held in Milan, Italy.

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