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Gastech 2021: Reconvening the Gas, LNG, Hydrogen & Energy Value Chain

With the world resetting in the aftermath of the pandemic, Gastech 2021, taking place in September in Singapore will be the first major natural gas and energy event in the post COVID-19 landscape and will provide the industry with a platform to influence the policy debate around emissions reduction and carbon abatement.

Taking place only three weeks after the prestigious World Economic Forum in Singapore, Gastech will be attended by a similar high level audience consisting of Ministers and global business leaders. 

Other major events also taking place in Singapore include the Singapore Grand Prix from 1-3 October 2021.

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More Than 241 Million Shots Given: COVID-19 Tracker

The biggest vaccination campaign in history is underway. According to data collected by Bloomberg, more than 241 million doses have been administered across 103 countries. 

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has now been cleared for use across North America, Europe and the Middle East, and vaccination campaigns have begun in atleast 103 countries. That shot and the vaccine from Moderna were both found to reduce coronavirus infections by 95% in trials of tens of thousands of volunteers. A vaccine by AstraZeneca Plc and University of Oxford got its first major authorisation, by the U.K., on Dec. 30.

Other countries got a head start on vaccinations. China and Russia authorised their own shots in July and August, before they’d been fully tested. Since then, the countries have administered millions of doses, though they provide less frequent updates on their progress.

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Bloomberg is tracking the development of nine of the globe’s most promising vaccines. Find out more about the vaccine timelines and when to expect the next one from Bloomberg's COVID-19 tracker.

Global Events Industry Relaunches In February

As the world recovers post COVID-19, there is no time like the present to re-connect and engage with your industry. Global events have started to occur across the globe taking all the necessary steps to maintain strict standards of health and safety precautionary measures in order to deliver successful events. 

MAGIC POP UP ORLANDO, WOMENSWEAR IN NEVADA (WWIN) ORLANDO SHOWCASE & OFFPRICE

AERO INDIA 2021

IDEX 2021 IN ABU DHABI

GULFOOD 2021 IN DUBAI

MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS SHANGHAI 2021

Singapore Is Ready To Welcome The World As It Reopens Borders To MICE Events

Gastech is supported by the Singapore Tourism Board, the Energy Market Authority and Enterprise Singapore. At dmg events we are working closely with all stakeholders and local partners to ensure a safe and secure event in September. 

Health And Safety For Our Customers, Partners & Colleagues Is Our No.1 Priority

In response to COVID-19, Gastech will have in place enhanced measures which will provide the reassurance and safety of all our attendees and staff. Taking guidance from the dmg events All Secure Standard we will focus on key cornerstones to provide assurance and confidence that Gastech have health and safety as a number one priority.

Distancing
Physical Distancing
  • Controlled crowd density in accordance with government guidance 
  • Minimise face to face contact at registration
  • Eliminating handshakes
  • Clear event flow with additional signage
Cleaning
Cleaning & Hygiene
  • Hand sanitizer stations will be placed at key locations throughout the venue
  • Increased cleaning in high touch point areas within the exhibit halls, meeting spaces and public spaces
  • Cleaning tips to be provided to all exhibitors
  • Enhanced waste management
Protect
Protect & Detect
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Enhanced medical support
  • Updated Emergency Response plans
  • Compulsory facemasks
Communication
Communication
  • Frequent updating of the Exhibitor Manual
  • Increased signage
  • Public addresses during the show
  • Regular pre-show messaging regarding health and safety measures