Home » News » Perspectives of Russia’s LNG projects will be discussed at Open Russia LNG Debate this September
Open Russia LNG Debate will be held in Barcelona, Spain on 17th of September. Experts and participants will discuss perspective of Russian LNG projects in global market. Russia’s ministry of energy says that with a view of national ongoing and planned LNG projects coupled with global LNG roadmap, Russian companies are able to occupy to 20% of global LNG market share before 2030 and raise its annual production to as much as 100 m tonnes. LNG production projects announced in Russia (Yamal LNG, Arctic LNG, Baltic LNG, Sakhalin-2, Pechora LNG, and others) contribute to Russian economic performance making its future in the global LNG arena more promising than ever before.
Among the speakers of Open Russia LNG Debate:
- Mark Gyetvay, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, CFO, Novatek. Presentation topic: Perspectives of Russia’s LNG market.
- Matt Drinkwater, Senior Editor - Gas, Power and LNG at Argus Media
During the debate the participants will:
• Learn about the latest updates of Russian LNG industry
Open Russia LNG Debate is held prior to LNG Congress Russia 2019 (20-21 March, Moscow)
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