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Honduras Natural Gas Infrastructure Reverse Trade Mission
Date: August 13 - 17, 2018

USTDA is hosting the Honduras Natural Gas Infrastructure Reverse Trade Mission. The event will bring representatives from the country’s energy secretariat, regulator, and electric utility company to the United States with U.S. natural gas and LNG suppliers, plant operators, technology providers, manufacturers, and service providers. The visit will focus on project planning and infrastructure solutions for small- to medium-scale gas terminals and power generation facilities. The topics of discussion will include licensing, regulations, competitive tenders, and gas infrastructure in the U.S. Honduras is making plans to invest in its energy infrastructure, especially power generation projects.

With coastal deep-water ports, LNG import terminals with storage and regassification could readily access U.S. natural gas reserves through natural gas liquefaction terminals. The itinerary will feature meetings with U.S. businesses, site visits, and in-depth discussions of best practices and financing mechanisms that support small- and medium-scale gas infrastructure project implementation. As part of the itinerary, USTDA will host a Business Briefing with U.S. companies in Houston on Tuesday, August 14, 2018.

Click here to view the event flyer.

Contact Information: Meridian International Center and Skipping Stone are organizing this visit on behalf of USTDA. For further information about hosting a meeting or sponsoring an event for this delegation, please contact Sean Callaghan at scallaghan@meridian.org or (202) 939-5873 or Ross Malme at 404-307-5999 or by email at rmalme@skippingstone.com.