Final Conference of the LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project & Kick-off of the LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II
We are happy to welcome you to Stockholm, Sweden for an international conference on the topic of the development of LNG infrastructure in the Baltic sea ports. The Final Conference of the LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project and Kick-off of the LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II will be held on-board Viking Grace on 3rd December 2014.
On-board you will have a pleasure to be present at LNG bunkerinig process of the Viking Grace by the AGA - SeaGas bunkering vessel and to visit to the Viking Grace engine room as well as attending the 3-course official dinner.
To register please fill in the following form:
Participation in the LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Projects conferences to be held on 3rd Decembeer is free of charge. Delegate ought to pay the fee for accommodation/cabin on the Viking Grace: 150 EUR + 23% VAT (single use cabins only). The fee includes: cabin, breakfast, lunch, 3-course dinner.
After 19th November the registration for the conference on Viking Grace depends on availability of cabins.
3rd December 2014
We are looking forward to welcome you in Stockholm!
“LNG in Baltic Sea Ports” Projects are Motorways of the Sea activities co-financed by the EU TEN-T Multi-Annual Programme and offer a possibility in the process of adapting to the new SECA sulphur content limits. The initiative aims to foster a harmonised approach towards LNG bunker filling infrastructure in the Baltic Sea area and seven ports are involved in the first project – Aarhus, Copenhagen-Malmö, Helsingborg, Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn and Turku.
The sequel project, co-ordinated by Port of Helsingborg expands the development of LNG small scale infrastructure in the Baltic ports of: Trelleborg, Sundsvall, Rostock and Klaipeda-Klaipedos Nafta. “LNG in Baltic Sea Ports” Projects will result in the establishment of an extensive network of ports with planned facilities for LNG bunkering in the Baltic region – 9 core and 2 comprehensive ports.