Your route to the largest LNG market
Winter 2021 | Doha Exhibition & Convention Center – DECC, Qatar
The World's Largest LNG MarketA 3-day international trade show with over 150 exhibiting companies. Set alongside a 2-day commercial conference, with participation from Government, industry, finance and innovation leaders.
One Quarter of Market ShareQatar is the world’s largest LNG exporter, with global production predicted up to 550 MTPA by 2035.
Networking at World Energy QatarWorld Energy Qatar will attract strategy influencers and policy decision-makers from a global mix of IOCs, NOCs, Government and technology innovators.
When Qatar talks LNG, the WORLD listens.
EXHIBITING AT WORLD ENERGY QATAR GIVES YOU A READY MADE AUDIENCE OF LNG PROFESSIONALS
World Energy Qatar, in the dynamic city of Doha, will host governments, NOCs, IOCs, investors, innovators and other key stakeholders in the energy sector, to shape the future direction of LNG, with support from the world’s largest LNG exporter, Qatar.
Alongside an international exhibition showcasing the latest technology and innovations, you will learn how the industry is going to meet the increasing demand from major
markets, including Asia-Pacific and Europe.
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Qatar’s global share of the LNG export market (2018)
With over 150 exhibiting companies, 5,000 visitors and 1,300 conference delegates, there will be a ready-made audience of LNG professionals looking for the best services and solutions in the industry today at World Energy Qatar.
LNG exports by Qatar in 2017
Global LNG trade in 2017
A 3-day international trade show, with over 150 participating companies, set alongside a senior level commercial conference, including Government, industry, finance and innovation leaders.
Increase in Global LNG trade from 2016 to 2017
With Qatar’s support, World Energy Qatar will attract the most influential gas and LNG producers, exporters and innovators. The conference agenda will be a key forum for shaping the discussion on the future direction of the gas and LNG sector.