PVN wants to expand cooperation with Japanese partnersWednesday, April 12,2017
AsemconnectVietnam - The Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PVN) hopes to expand ties with Japanese partners.
PVN leaders made the assertion during their working sessions with Tokyo Gas, Sumitomo, Jogmec, and Eni. from April 6-7 while attending the Gastech Exhibition & Conference held in Tokyo, Japan, from April 4-7.
The event allowed the PVN to boost cooperation in the field of oil and gas as well as exchange experience with foreign partners and update information on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), advanced science and technology and new trends in the global gas industry.
Phan Ngoc Trung, a member of Board of Directors of PVN, delivered a speech at the LNG Procurement Forum, highlighting LNG imports in the gas industry’s development plan.
The biennial Gastech Exhibition & Conference was first held in 1972.
This year’s event drew nearly 200 speakers and 2,500 delegates.
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