The 32nd World LPG Forum & European LPG Congress in Amsterdam Wrap up.
The 32nd World LPG Forum and European Congress took place from the 24th -27th September in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The world’s largest global annual LPG event offered besides a high-quality conference and side events, unparalleled networking opportunities and of course a major global exhibition. Under the theme ‘Energy in Transition’, the World LPG Forum & European Congress debated the key role that LPG has in shaping the future energy transition. This is an issue that resonates across the globe in whatever market you operate and the discussion around this will continue over the coming years. The event organisers were honored to welcome Arthur van Dijk, Commissioner to the King of North Holland, and Allard Castelein, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Port Authority Rotterdam to give keynote speeches on the opening day of the event.
Key Facts and Figures:
Around 2000 participants from 108 countries
Top five countries represented:
The Exhibition showed 120 exhibiting companies
What’s next for 2020?
With the WLPGA World LPG Forum and Exhibition at its core, LPG Week will expand to include the full LPG value chain. From upstream summits; workshops on trading and shipping; training; a start-up village; government regulatory seminars and more, LPG Week will provide greater value for a wider range of participants than ever before. Beginning in 2020 in Dubai, LPG Week will provide unprecedented opportunities for networking and influencing; for business and for relaxation; for learning and personal development. Whatever your stake in the LPG, whether you are a producer, a shipper, a trader, a distributor, a manufacturer, a government representative or even a consumer, LPG Week is for you. Be bolder, braver, smarter. One year in a week. LPG Week.
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