- Katerina Radosteva
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This virtual version of the intensive course Small Scale LNG provides in-depth knowledge for understanding the global LNG landscape and how small scale fits within the LNG value chain.
This course taught by top LNG experts, Peter Hendrickx and Thierry Bros, discuss different market enablers and business models for small scale LNG. It also looks at the logistics behind LNG fuelling stations and transport to an analysis on market trends and different geographical regions.
The first day of the programme looks at the upstream and midstream infrastructure and market developments of LNG in Europe. Diving further into how small scale fits into the LNG value chain.
Then it goes into the supply chain and transportation of LNG for fuelling stations and it looks at the potential of LNG as a fuel in maritime and land transportation.
The last day focuses on different markets and exploring the techno-economic aspects for business models. Then you will learn more about the new technologies and applications for SS LNG in the Asia Pacific region. The course ends with a plenary discussion about the future of SS LNG and its role in the energy transition.
Peter Hendrickx has been active in the automotive industry for almost thirty years. He has extensive experience in the (business) development of LNG and CNG fuelling stations. From 2010 until 2017, he was Senior Operations Manager at Rolande LNG in the Netherlands. With his assistance Rolande LNG managed to become Europe’s biggest operator of LNG fuelling stations.
Dr. Thierry Bros is Senior Manager European Affairs & Lead Analyst for IOGP in Brussels. Thierry is also a Senior Expert at Energy Delta Institute, a visiting Professor at SciencesPo Paris, a member of the EU-Russia Gas Advisory Council, an advisory board member and a contributor to the independent specialized website Natural Gas World. Thierry has more than 30 years’ experience in the energy field, from policy side to trading floors. Thierry Bros holds a Master of chemical engineering from ESPCI ParisTech and a PhD from Ecole Centrale Paris.