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Gastech 2020 postponed to September 2021

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World Pipelines,

dmg events along with the Gastech Governing Body, and in consultation with its partners, Enterprise Singapore, the Singapore Tourism Board and key stakeholders, have taken the decision to postpone Gastech 2020 to 13 - 16 September, 2021.

This collective decision was based on the current global pandemic and concerns over accessibility and the wellbeing of speakers, delegates, exhibitors and visitors.

The postponement of Gastech gives the Gas, LNG and wider Energy industries the opportunity to assess the impact of COVID-19 on energy demand and identify market growth opportunities.

As the world moves towards a carbon neutral energy landscape, the pressure is increasing to solve the technical and engineering challenges of emissions reduction and decarbonisation. Gastech 2021 will help shape a roadmap for collective and individual responses to these challenges through its strategic and technical conferences and exhibition floor.

Gastech 2020 will now take place virtually, from 7 - 11 September 2020, with strategic and technical conference content streamed online, enabling the Gas, LNG and Energy industries the opportunity to engage with a series of interactive conference sessions, as it adapts and responds to the collective challenges and opportunities the industry faces.

In addition to September's Gastech Virtual Summit, global audiences will be kept fully updated, via a series of webinars, industry newsletters and unique networking opportunities to deliver insightful and relevant content to connect the industry with the challenges and opportunities shaping the carbon neutral agenda. The Gastech Webinar Series presents solutions to the Gas, LNG and Energy industry's challenges in the new global landscape.

The strategy is to ensure Gastech remains at the heart of the global Gas, LNG and Energy landscape, driving the conversations, collaborations and connections that address the key challenges and opportunities being created as the world transitions to lower carbon energy.

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