Gas to Liquids Technology Forum
June 29-30 2015 | Houston, Texas
Learn about the latest advancements in GTL technology! Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) Technology Forum to be held July 29-30, 2015, in Houston, Texas. The abundance of natural gas, rising crude oil prices, and environmental regulations have led to increasing interest in Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) processes. New advancements in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (FT), Syngas-to-Gasoline plus (STG+), and other GTL technologies are leading the development of modular GTL units capable of scaling down production. The ability for small-scale production allows approximately 40% of gas fields to become economically viable sources for GTL plants. Featuring industry keynotes and presentations from GTL technology experts, this exciting, two-day conference will explore the technological and operational advancements in GTLs that are reducing costs, driving market growth and increasing global activity. GTL Technology Forum is your chance to connect with top operators and technology leaders from across the global hydrocarbon processing industry.
GasPro North America
September 9-11, 2015 | Houston, Texas
Gulf Publishing Company is pleased to announce the second annual GasPro Americas will be held in Houston, Texas on September 9-11, 2015. GasPro Americas will cover natural gas technologies and markets on a global scale, and will be the first event of its kind to be held annually in the United States. The two-day technology conference will focus on exploring the latest trends, opportunities and challenges in natural gas. All segments of the gas processing industry will be discussed from upstream to downstream, with a special emphasis on the midstream.
The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported in April that the US set records for natural gas production in 2017.
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Russia aims to ally with Qatar in LNG competition with Australia and other LNG-exporting majors over the coming years.
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