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“LNG Strategy Symposium - Inland Navigation and Ports”
Thursday 8 October 2015 from 12:00 to 17:30
Maison de la région Alsace - Strasbourg


The Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR) and its partners are bringing together top representatives from politics, business and society to assess the prospects of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel and cargo in inland waterway transport. Interactive panel discussions will help determine the next steps to take with regards to the profession’s activities and the policy framework, giving fresh impetus to the introduction of LNG.


Press release

  • CCNR symposium on the LNG strategy for inland navigation and ports: more than one hundred participants outline the prospects and forthcoming milestones in the development of liquefied natural gas 613 KB 613 KB 611 KB 611 KB


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Symposium venue and access

The Symposium will be held at the Maison de la Région Alsace, which has very kindly been made available to us by the Council for the Alsace Region.
The building is only a few minutes from the centre of Strasbourg. It was built to plans by the architects Chaix & Morel and inaugurated in 2005; it meets the latest environmental requirements.

The Maison de la Région Alsace is on the B and E tram routes (“Wacken” stop), with excellent connections to the centre of Strasbourg, its railway station, and its airport


Maison de la Région Alsace
1 place Adrien Zeller
67070 Strasbourg

More information on access:

    Access by tram
  • Route B, Lingolsheim Tiergartel-Hoenheim Gare, “Wacken” stop
  • Route E, Baggersee-Robertsau Boecklin, “Wacken” stop
    Access by bus
  • Route 18, Wacken-Fuchs am Buckel, “Wacken” stop
  • Route 50, Wacken-Montagne Verte, “Wacken” stop
    Access by motorway
  • A4 motorway: coming to Strasbourg from the direction of Paris, take exit 1 marked “Cronenbourg”, and follow signs for “Wacken.
  • A35 motorway: coming to Strasbourg from the direction of Colmar, take exit 1 marked “Wacken” to join the A350 motorway, then follow signs for “Wacken.