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Gas Flare Monetization & Syngas Conversion Forum
Hotel Granduca
Houston, Texas

23 - 25 October 2019

For the fifth year in a row an exceptional program produced with the support of the World Bank's Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership (GGFR) will bring together international stakeholders responsible for technologies, strategies, and projects aimed at the recovery and monetization of associated and stranded natural gas and the reduction of GHG emissions. The program will explore the latest developments and technology deployments related to stranded, remote, and associated natural gas recovery and monetization pathways including various-scale GTL, CNG, and LNG process technologies, syngas to gasoline, small-scale conversion of natural gas and biomass to liquids (GBTL), with an emphasis on work underway, challenges being faced and lessons learned in the field in North America and elsewhere.

Flare gas capture and use in the field
EFI site visit | Williston Basin, North Dakota

2019 Forum Program

Emerging Technologies
& Policy Forum

The World Bank
Washington, DC
7 March 2019

Sustainable Pathways
to Syngas, Fuels
& Chemicals Forum

BMO Centre
Calgary, Alberta
12 - 13 June 2019

Gas Flare Monetization &
Syngas Conversion Forum

Houston, Texas
23 -25 October 2019

After almost four decades EFI meetings remain - uniquely - unsponsored, non-profit and non-advocacy havens for high-quality knowledge sharing, discussion and networking amongst industry peers.

Significant fluctuations in the price of oil over the past five years are a reminder of the intrinsic volatility in the sector, while continued robust natural gas demand growth (including LNG exports, chemicals and natural-gas fired power generation) and the increasing pace and scope of the transition to energy from non-fossil fuel sources keep companies engaged in developing scenarios, strategies and technologies to remain competitive and mitigate risk. These factors, and increasing pressure for sustainability are driving innovation and investment in areas as diverse as small-scale distributed methanol, biofuels, bioconversion and biochemicals, CO2 recycling, waste-to-energy, catalysis, and synthetic fuels, are all topics covered extensively by EFI.
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