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Development of green energy will be discussed at the Sakhalin Oil and Gas Forum
The development of green energy will be discussed at the 25th Sakhalin Oil and Gas-2021 Forum. The International Energy Forum in the region will be held from 28 to 30 September in a hybrid format.
According to the press service of the regional government, the event will bring together more than 100 leading experts and representatives of the oil and gas industry. Within the framework of the business program, special attention will be paid to the prospects for the development of the oil and gas industry in the context of the global crisis, geopolitical and economic factors of competition for the gas markets of the Asia-Pacific region, prospects for the production, transportation, storage and consumption of LNG.
The forum participants will consider the issues of decarbonization and the global energy transition, including the creation of a hydrogen cluster in Sakhalin, strategies to reduce carbon emissions throughout the entire fuel and energy complex of Sakhalin.
One of the key speakers will be Anatoly Chubais, Special Representative of the Russian President. Among the speakers of the forum are the head of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Maxim Reshetnikov, Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation Valery Falkov, Special Representative of the President of Russia for Digital and Technological Development Dmitry Peskov, Chairman of the SHELL Concern in Russia Ekaterina Grushetskaya, EU Ambassador to Russia Markus Ederer and others.
Within the framework of the forum, it is planned to sign an agreement between the regional government and PJSC Gazprom on the preparation of a feasibility study for the construction of a plant for the production of liquid fuels from gas condensate, which in the future will provide the region with gasoline and aviation fuel.