May 27, 2018

Gas to Liquids Conference, 12–13 October 2015, London


Exploring the future of GTL in the “new reality”

12th October to 13th October 2015, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, United Kingdom

The dwindling oil-gas margin has had a dramatic influence on the current status of the Gas to Liquids market. With major GTL projects being placed on hiatus or shut down all together. However, recent advancements in smaller-scale GTL solutions and its commercial viability are driving down the capital and operating cost of GTL. With regulatory and legislative forces favouring the GTL market we are sure to see an expansion in the industry.

With an impressive 17 years of experience in the Gas to Liquids field the SMi Group are proud to announce the deliverance of their 18th Annual GTL conference on the 12th to 13th October 2015, London. This event is sure to be one of the highlights of the industry calendar providing delegates with an all-encompassing, robust and insightful presentation on the latest developments within the Gas to Liquids industry and the effect of the oil-gas price margin on the state of the GTL market. This is a unique opportunity for attendees to gain a competitive edge as well as key insight into the strategies to overcome the logistical, financial, technological and economic challenges associated with projects. The conference will provide the perfect platform for networking with perspectives from all of the key influences of the Gas to Liquids ecosystem.

Many of the most cutting edge topics shall be addressed assessing how to sustain development in the field, small scale technological advancements, risk mitigation strategies, project updates and many more.

Benefits of attending:

  • Providing the chance to hear about the latest developments in Africa, The Middle East and North America.
  • Presenting the latest developments in small scale technology and assessing it’s commercial viability.
  • Comparative analysis of global regions, including emerging markets and where GTL is headed next.
  • Assessment of the long term drivers behind feedstock prices and evaluating sustained GTL growth in a low oil price environment.
  • Risk mitigation strategies and operating economically as well as managing volatile external threats.
  • Hear from the resource holders perspective on long term market forecasts in the natural gas industry.

Who should attend:

SMi’s GTL series has brought together many industry leaders and key decision makers from around the globe. Held over three days, the event will attract key industry leaders and experts. For details please visit the Gas to Liquids website.

For further informatin, contact Julia Rotar

or Andrew Gibbons, +44 (0) 207 827 6156

Event website: Gas to Liquids



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