Summit will see global oil and gas experts congregate to discuss latest industry developments and address various challenges pertaining to the gas industry.
Online PR News – 04-June-2014 – Istanbul, Turkey – Natural gas demand in Turkey is expected to increase with a CAGR of 2.9% until 2020 according to the Ministry of Energy and Resources of Turkey. Surrounded by 70% of the world’s oil and gas reserves and positioned as a crucial energy link between Asia & Europe, Turkey is poised for immense growth in the sector in the years to come. A strong focus on storage, pipeline infrastructure and transportation have been placed on top priority as companies based in and around the region are looking for newer technological and strategic developments to boost efficiencies and minimize losses.
Fleming Gulf's 2nd Annual Global Gas Opportunities Summit, will see global experts congregate to discuss latest industry advancements and also look at addressing various challenges pertaining to the gas industry like pricing, re - importing, geo politics and socio economics. The summit, taking place in Istanbul, Turkey on 21 - 22 October 2014 will host reputed organizations such as BOTAS, Bosphorusgaz, IGU, Gas Utilization, World Energy Council and International Finance Corporation, to name a few. Supported by The World Pensions Council (WPC), a non - profit policy research organization dedicated to innovative research and analysis whose Co - founder & Director - General - M. Nicolas J. Firzli, Stat., J.D., will orate on 'Pension and sovereign investment in natural gas in a time of geopolitical realignment', a topic of high relevance in the region.
Also featuring at the summit will be panel discussions; a platform for delegates to engage with the speakers and bring forth their views and challenges in specific areas combined with knowledge sessions that aim to aid participants stay updated with the latest and best practices being adopted by global gas players.