CWC LNG Fuels Summit

Driving Collaboration Between End Users & The LNG Supply Chain

Dates: 13 – 15 June 2017
Novotel Amsterdam City Hotel, Netherlands

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Thanks to all Attendees, Speakers, Sponsors & Partners of the CWC LNG Fuels Summit 2017!

The 3rd CWC LNG Fuels Summit in Amsterdam on the 13-15 June 2017 was a huge success and welcomed the movers and shakers of the LNG Fuels industry to network and discuss the most pressing matters in the LNG fuels sector. 

Not only did the most important industry players attend, but the event also featured exclusive site visits to Shell’s Waddinxveen LNG station & Gate terminal B.V. 


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Recap - The Key Takeaways of the 2017 Event:

Day 1

  • Environmental, and thus regulatory factors continue to be the biggest drivers for the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel 
  • 2020-2030 will be a key period for the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel. We will be seeing the direct effect of the IMO’s 0.5% sulpher cap regulation (which has already resulted in an influx of new LNG vessels on order) coupled with a huge amount of LNG being put into the market, these two factors will have a massive push in driving the industry forward
  • It is also becoming clear that LNG is not the only solution as we move into a marine world of no Heavy Fuel Oil. We are going to see a mix of alternative fuels coming on stream, but there was a general acceptance that LNG would make up a large portion of the alternative fuels in use and is the best of the bunch and will make up the lion share of alternative fuels percentage
  • Technology will continue to play a huge role in the adoption of LNG as a marine fuel, in a ‘lower for longer’ energy price world, innovation and efficiency is growing in importance and we’re seeing a lot of new technologies which are making LNG adoption much more viable as a solution


Day 2

  • The theme of the day was “mind-set change”, particularly from the top of the larger companies, and the continued need for genuine collaboration across the value chain

  • The theme of the day was “mind-set change”, particularly from the top of the larger companies, and the continued need for genuine collaboration across the value chain

  • This was tackled in the Connect2LNG Panel Discussion which featured speakers from Unilever, Vos Logistics, Chep, Engie and Iveco. Clear feeling that ‘buy in’ at the board level is highly important when dealing with the direction companies will go in terms of environmental footprint
  • A feeling that it was easier for larger companies to convert, and more needs to be done to incentivise (and create a good price point) for the smaller players to do the same
  • Adoption for LNG in heavy duty vehicles is not developing as quickly as we would like, but the value chain are working together and know what is needed to make it happen. Scaling up quicker would have a huge impact on the economics



With Thanks to the 2017 Sponsors


2017 Gold Sponsor

  • Nauticor


2017 Silver Sponsor

  • Shell

2017 Bronze Sponsors

  • Skangas
  • Gasunie
  • GTT
  • Kosan Crisplant
  • Eneco
  • Poten & Partners
  • National Grid
  • Antony Veder

Secure your involvement in the 2018 CWC LNG Fuels Summit early!

For more information on how to get involved in 2018, please contact Tyler Forbes on or call +44 20 7978 0000

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