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  • UserEmile de Jong, General Manager Expertise and Deployment, Shell
  • ClockWednesday 14 May 2014, 18:00-19:30
  • HouseJudge Business School.

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Natural gas offers an affordable, available and environmentally acceptable option to power people’s lives today. It will also help to meet the world’s rising demand for more, cleaner energy into the future.

Shell is using advanced technology to open up new resources of natural gas. Cooling gas to liquid shrinks its volume 600 times for shipment to distant markets. In 2011, Shell announced to build the world’s first giant floating facility to turn gas to liquid, Prelude FLNG that will be located off the coast of Australia. Natural gas has the potential to help meet the growing global demand for transport. Shell has developed groundbreaking technology that transforms natural gas into valuable liquid products. Pearl GTL , the world’s largest gas-to-liquids plant, is built by Shell and currently in operation in Qatar.

Join us for an evening to hear from:

Emile de Jong, General Manager Expertise and Deployment

Studied Physics at Eindhoven Technical University in The Netherlands. Joined Shell R&D in 1991, developing and applying complex inspection techniques. Since April 2012, general manager expertise and deployment LNG in PTU /I (Integrated Gas), responsible for all LNG related innovations from downstream LNG for transport, regasification and floating LNG to the conventional baseload LNG plants.

This talk is part of the The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) series.

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