Senior company representatives from across the gas, LNG and related industry sectors gathered to launch the Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition (GAS) in Singapore on Thursday 12 May.

SINGAPORE, Wednesday 25 May 2016: With support of the Energy Market Authority (EMA) Singapore and International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore), organisers of the GAS event, dmg :: events (Global Energy),  gathered over 50 local industry players at an evening reception in Singapore to hear more about the 2016 developments for the event.

As GAS will once again be part of the line-up of events at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) this year, attendees heard from James Koh, Principal Analyst for SIEW, External Relations Department, Energy Planning & Development Division from the Energy Market Authority on their plans and schedule for the SIEW.

Law Chung Ming, Group Director of the Transport & Logistics Group from IE Singapore, also addressed the attendees. Having previously attended Gastech Conference & Exhibition, the prelude event to GAS in October last year, he commended the organisation of the GAS event within the SIEW to bring together key gas players in the region to network and explore new business opportunities.

He also touched upon the growth of Singapore’s main LNG and natural gas industry as well as its related auxiliary industries such as maritime, marine and offshore engineering over the years and IE Singapore’s commitment to supporting the community through an inaugural roundtable and the GAS event in October.

Further reiterating this support for industry and business development, dmg :: events has introduced new streams at the conference and a free-to-attend exhibition to the GAS programme.

Over 300 mid to senior level delegates are expected to attend the conference to hear from 50 industry experts and thought-leaders across 18 sessions of strategic, technical and country focused content.

The new exhibition showfloor will also offer more bilateral opportunities for 60 exhibiting companies from the gas, LNG and related industry sectors to meet with over 2,000 attendees looking to invest and do business within the region.

GAS takes place from 26 to 28 October 2016 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. For more information please visit

About Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition

The 4th edition of the Gas Asia Summit & Exhibition (GAS) returns to Singapore from 26 – 28 October 2016 as an amalgamation of the Gastech Conference & Exhibition and Asia Pacific Small & Mid-Scale LNG (APAC LNG) Forum events.

Placing a wider focus on encompassing commercial and technical aspects of the gas and LNG value chain, the new exhibition will feature over 60 international exhibitors and gather 2,000 industry professionals. The conference will feature additional technical streams and feature over 50 industry speakers who will address an audience of 300 mid to senior level delegates.

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About dmg :: events:

A trusted brand for over 40 years, the Global Energy division of dmg :: events organises many of the world’s most important exhibitions and conferences including Gastech (4 – 7 April 2017 in Tokyo Japan), Abu Dhabi International Petroleum and Exhibition Conference (ADIPEC, 7 – 10 Nov 2016 in Abu Dhabi and the Global Petroleum Show (GPS 7 – 9 June 2016 in Calgary, Canada From the global gas market to the oil sands of Alberta, dmg :: events provides conferences that provoke and educate, and exhibitions that showcase the best products and services that the industry has to offer.

Our events are organised from our offices in London, UK, Singapore and Calgary, Canada. Our staff of dedicated, experienced events professionals is complemented and supported by the large number of industry associations that endorse our events, and by Governing Bodies of industry leaders that guide and shape our conferences.

dmg :: events is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Daily Mail and General Trust plc, one of the largest media companies in the United Kingdom. DMGT’s history dates back to 1896 when the Harmsworth brothers (Alfred and Harold) established the Daily Mail newspaper in the United Kingdom. For more information visit