28th World Gas Conference

Daegu, Korea

23 – 27 May 2022

Early Bird Registration for WGC2022 is Now Open 

The 28th World Gas Conference taking place on 23 – 27 May 2022 in Daegu, Korea will drive the energy conversation forward and embark on a journey to discuss the core theme A Sustainable Future – Powered by Gas and promote the role of natural gas in a greener future.

Secure your place and register as a delegate today!

WGC Explores

A series of dialogues with the industry’s brightest minds and influential voices to foster learning, inspiration and provoke conversations that matter in the energy sector.

We’ve spoken to the IGU Regional Coordinators of Europe, Russia, North and Latin America, Carlos Guerrero of Bureau Veritas, Nobuo Tanaka of Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Prof. Jonathan Stern of Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) and Coby van der Linde and Maria van der Hoeven of Clingendael International Energy Program.

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CALL FOR PAPERS

We will continue to drive the energy conversation forward and reinforce the vital economic and environmental role of natural gas in a sustainable energy future. To achieve this, the Call for Papers remains open and we encourage you to submit your WGC2022 Abstract.

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“Coming from Papua New Guinea, it was enlightening to see the vastness of the energy business. Many learnings can be applied to PNG to have an end goal for a cleaner, sustainable & developed future.”

Andrew Hemetsberger, ExxonMobil PNG Ltd

“The event was a huge success! I had great expectations for the Washington 2018 conference, which have definitely been met. Thank you very much and see you in Daegu in 2021!”

Mario Jorge Figueira Confort, ANP

“WGC provides a unique platform for policymakers and industry to congregate and discuss the current and future global sustainable energy needs.”

Rosman Hamzah, Malaysian Gas Association

“The WGC is the place to be for understanding where the industry is at, from the thoughts of Supermajor CEOs and national energy ministers, to industry case studies and emerging technologies from vendors. There’s something for everyone!”

Tom Forde, Epic Energy – Australia

PRESENTED BY

HOST ASSOCIATION

The Korea Gas Union

HOST PARTNER

KOGAS

A Sustainable Future – Powered by Gas

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