On 8 April 2021 the International Gas Union will host the second of two webinars focused on the economic importance of gas industry projects to economic recovery and ongoing economic development.
This session will focus on key projects in Africa, Europe, North and Latin America – where natural gas and other renewable gases play a vital role in delivering sustainable and secure energy supply while creating opportunity for producers and consumers alike.
Moderated by IGU Deputy Secretary General Andy Calitz.
- Maria Rita Galli, Chief Executive, DESFA – Pipeline Gas, LNG and Hydrogen in Southern Europe
- Kwaku Boakye-Adjei, Director, Tema LNG Terminal Company – Africa’s First LNG Import Terminal
- Gabriela Aguilar, Vice-President South America, Excelerate Energy – LNG in South America – Current Realities and Future Perspectives
- Peter Zebedee, Chief Executive, LNG Canada – Canada’s First LNG Connection to Asia
A replay of our first webinar in this series, focussed on Asia, Australasia and the Middle East, will be available at www.igu.org
About the International Gas Union (IGU)
The International Gas Union (IGU) was founded in 1931 and is a worldwide non-profit organisation aimed at promoting the political, technical and economic progress of the gas industry. The Union has more than 150 members worldwide on all continents, representing approximately 95% of the world gas market. The members of the IGU are national associations and corporations within the gas industry worldwide. The IGU organises the World Gas Conference (WGC) every three years, with the forthcoming WGC taking place in Daegu, Korea, in May 2022. The IGU’s working organisation covers all aspects of the gas industry from exploration and production, storage, LNG, distribution and gas utilisation in all market segments. www.igu.org