Qatargas will be conducting two poster presentations at the 21st World Petroleum Congress being held from June 15 to 19 in Moscow with the theme ‘Responsibly Energising a Growing World.’ Senior commercial analyst Stephanie Aqui and commercial analyst Bayan Taha will be presenting a poster on ‘Meeting the Growing Demand for Gas from Asia – Implications for Supply and Transportation.’ The poster will highlight how Qatargas’ unique value position, as a reliable long-term supplier of clean energy with volumes available today, will allow it to continue to meet global and Asian energy needs for many decades. Another poster entitled ‘Branding Qatargas through Our Liaison Offices, A Tool for Successful Business Co-operation,’ to be presented by commercial analyst Kuncheria George, will examine the buyer-seller partnerships and analyses the experiences with liaison offices in Japan, China, the US, and Thailand. The Qatargas delegation is comprised of representatives from across the organisation that can use the opportunity to network with industry peers and attend sessions covering a wide spectrum of topics in the energy sector. Aside from the poster presentations, the Qatargas booth showcases the company’s achievements in the production and delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Qatargas delegates manning the stand will provide visitors with information on various aspects of the company’s business. Held every three years, the WPC and exhibition is one of the largest and most reputable oil and gas industry gatherings. Nearly 3,000 delegates, including ministers, chief executive officers, and heads of organisations from more than 80 countries will be attending the event.Key decision makers from around the world will address recent industry and geo-political developments and assess how global energy supply and demand will develop in current and future markets. The programme will address upstream and downstream issues such as natural gas transportation and marketing, and the sustainable management of the industry. Picture shows Qatargas delegates with Energy Minister HE Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada at the World Petroleum Congress in Moscow.