The Poseidon Med II Annual Conference will be held at the Piraeus Municipal Theatre on December 8 2016 to update participants on the latest developments of LNG bunkering and offer the opportunity to meet leading experts in this field.
This year’s conference will be organised around three sessions addressing key challenges regarding the environmental, societal, technical and economic aspects of LNG as a marine fuel and Greece’s emergence as a distribution and bunkering hub for South East Europe.
The Conference will bring together key stakeholders and experts of the marine and energy sectors, representing international institutions, industry as well as local and national authorities, providing an excellent platform for exchanging views, networking and synergy building.
This is an open event, subject to registration and it will be live-streamed.
To see the Conference agenda & to register, click here
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What is Poseidon Med II project?
Poseidon Med II project is a practical roadmap which aims to bring about the wide adoption of LNG as a safe, environmentally efficient and viable alternative fuel for shipping and help the East Mediterranean marine transportation propel towards a low-carbon future. The project, which is co-funded by the European Union, involves three countries Greece, Italy and Cyprus, six European ports (Piraeus, Patras, Limassol, Venice, Heraklion, Igoumenitsa) as well as the Revithoussa LNG terminal. The project brings together top experts from the marine, energy and financial sectors to design an integrated LNG value chain and establish a well-functioning and sustainable LNG market.
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