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2017 AEGPL Congress in Lisbon

The annual AEGPL Congress took place in Lisbon on the 21st and 22nd June 2017, bringing together more than 1200 professionals from all across the LPG industry.

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The AEGPL Congress is the biggest LPG event in Europe and a recognized opportunity for the industry to meet. As in previous editions, the AEGPL Congress was divided into an exhibition area, created for companies to exhibit their most innovative products, and a conference area where high-level panels discussed the most prominent business and policy issues affecting our industry.

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The conference featured 31 high-level speakers of which over a third were women – a testimony of AEGPL’s efforts to promote gender equality. For two days, panelists discussed the challenges and opportunities for the LPG industry throughout all its value chain. The discussions covered areas like the role of renewables, new areas for LPG, the impact of public policy, or the role of LPG in the communities. The sessions were very well attended with active interaction with the audience leading to very interesting discussions.

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Over 130 booths showcased the cutting-edge products and services offered by the most innovative companies in the LPG industry. Exhibitors had the opportunity to exchange contacts, do business, and witness the most advanced solutions presented by companies from all over the World.

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To find more information about the 2017 AEGPL Congress in Lisbon you can visit the website www.aegpl2017.com where you can find a more detailed summary of the Congress together with images and video from Lisbon. In 2018, the AEGPL will celebrate its 50th Anniversary in Monaco at the 2018 AEGPL Congress and we hope to see you there!

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