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AEGPL Congress 2009
Vienna, Austria - 13-15 May 2009
Exhibition / trade show

The AEGPL Congress is the LPG event of the year for the European industry as a whole. It is a unique opportunity to update your knowledge and understanding of the European energy context. Through the presentations and the discussions in the Conference, you can identify and assess the key challenges to be addressed and learn more about the significant contribution that LPG makes to the European energy mix.

Drawing key industry leaders and experts, the AEGPL Congress is an exceptional forum to discuss and debate the future of our industry and the role of LPG in Europe.

Alongside the conference, the AEGPL exhibition will present to all delegates and visitors the latest equipment and material, cutting edge technology; all under one roof and with first class service.


Entitled “LPG, Energy for Challenging Times”, the conference will highlight the key role that our energy has to play in the new European energy context as a clean, low carbon and immediately available solution.

Over the course of this Conference, high level speakers from the worlds of business, public policy and academia will discuss and debate prospects for the evolution of LPG as part of the European energy mix.

13-15 May 2009

Austria Center Vienna (ACV)

Contact for booking / more info:
AEGPL European LPG Association Boulevard du Souverain 165 1160 BRUSSELS BELGIUM E-mail:

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