The four-day event is being held under the auspices of the International Gas Union (IGU), Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR), with the American Gas Association (AGA) serving as the host association this year.
What does IGU stand for?
IGU stands for International Gas Union
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We have 15 other meanings of IGU in our Acronym Attic
- Invasively Growing Trophoblastic Tumor (oncology)
- Institute of Geophysics Tehran University (Iran)
- Institute of Geology at Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia)
- International Good Templar Youth Federation
- I Give Up
- I Got U
- Iguassu Falls, Parana, Brazil (Airport Code)
- Income Generating Unit (various organizations)
- Indian Geophysical Union
- Insulated Glass Units (windows)
- International Geographical Union
- International Goodwill and Understanding (Soroptomist International)
- Internationale Gruppe für Umweltstudien (Zurich, Switzerland)
- Industrial Gas User's Association (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
- International Guards Union of America
- Independent Group of Unix-Alikes and Network Activists (Belgium)
- Indira Gandhi University of Agriculture and Technology (India)
- Information Gained per Unit Cost
- Institute of Geography, University of Copenhagen
- Instituto Geofísico da Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal)
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Oman LNG's operations are vital to meeting the supply of global LNG demand, according to the International Gas Union (IGU), a body of over 120 member associations and corporations that promote gas as an integral part of a sustainable energy framework.
The International Gas Union (IGU), which stages the tri-annual event, reports the average gas industry age profile of 45 years and above is a cause of increasing concern, particularly in Europe and North America.
Countries in the MENA region must increase the price of gas to avoid the risk of shortages in the future, according to Datuk Abdul Rahim Hashim, president of the International Gas Union (IGU).
Other presentations included Professor Michael Economides, the author of "The Color of Oil," who discussed his views on geopolitics and its impact on the industry; and Torstein Indrebo, the secretary general of the International Gas Union, looked towards natural gas as part of the future energy solution.
The bullish forecast is made by the International Gas Union (IGU).