Gastech 2018 Post Show Report

On 17-20 September 2018, the global energy industries came together as one at Gastech 2018

Gastech stands as the world's leading and largest integrated gas, LNG and energy event for the international energy industry to come together to form strategic relationships, discuss and debate key energy challenges and do business across the value chain.

Inaugurated by His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain, the global exhibition facilitated thousands of bi-lateral meetings where millions of dollars of contracts were negotiated and signed, while the conference gathered the world's energy leadership teams for critical & progressive discussions.

Photo Gallery

View the photos of the official inauguration by His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain, the conferences, the exhibition and the networking at Gastech 2018.

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Video Highlights

Catch all the highlights of Gastech 2018, watch the video highlights from across all four days and the various programmes and functions.

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Gastech 2018 An Industry Viewpoint

Gastech 2018 identified an unprecedented growth in global natural gas demand principally driven by China with the continued rise of North America as a major supply source.

China becomes the world’s largest natural gas importer by 2019 and with 171 billion cubic meters (bcm) of imports by 2023, is mostly supplied by LNG.

The United States, already the world’s top producer, accounts for almost 45% of the growth in global production and nearly three-quarters of LNG export growth.

Upward pricing pressure has emerged in the second half of 2018 as projected demand growth will not...

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WHAT THE INDUSTRY SAID AT GASTECH 2018

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Jean-Baptiste Dubreil , Chief Economist , IEA

In terms of energy markets natural gas is well placed thanks to its flexibility, abundance and advantages in terms of environmental footprint, with LNG being the driving engine for trade growth in the next years to achieve a more competitive and global gas market.

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Neil Chatterjee , Chairman , US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

This is an exciting, transformative time for the U.S. energy landscape and cities like Houston will be crucial in defining just what that transition looks like. I’m eager to join my government and industry partners to welcome esteemed participants to this energy capital for Gastech 2019 as we again come together for a global discussion on the future of natural gas.