Webcast: Global Pipeline Trend: What does the future look like?
The continued growth in oil and gas pipelines, both onshore and offshore, flies in the face of the global push to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and embrace hydrogen and renewables.
Global Energy Infrastructure pipeline expert Kevin Fuller teams up with Michael Reed, editor of Pipeline & Gas Journal to discuss the deeper impacts of the last few decades, analyse some recent trends and demonstrate how Global Energy Infrastructure’s database will provide you with the data you need to succeed in the field.
Some of the topics to be discussed include:
- Regional Impact – Update and challenges for new oil and gas projects. Who are the big winners and losers as we survey new Oil & Gas projects across the world?
- Security of supply – The impact of the Ukraine/Russian War for Europe and the World? What does the post-war situation look like in the region?
- The European Hydrogen Backbone – Repurposing the gas network. What are the key issues and challenges?
We will also discuss some upcoming pipeline projects from around the world and ask whether the current situation changes our thinking about them:
- EastMed pipeline
- Power of Siberia II
- EACOP projects
The live webcast is taking place on May 24, 2022 at 9AM CST / 3PM BST. Register to attend here.
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From the April 2018 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing