logo #LNGAsia 16-18 October 2018

Summit

20th and 21st September

Day One

Wednesday 20th September

07:30  -  09:30

Registration & Welcome Coffee


Hosted By


09:00  -  09:30

Chair’s Opening Remarks


Speakers

Pat Roberts - Managing Director - LNG-Worldwide LtdPat RobertsManaging DirectorLNG-Worldwide Ltd

09:30  -  11:00

SESSION 1 – Panel Discussion: Asia Pacific LNG Strategy in a Global Context


Speakers

Pat Roberts – Moderator - Managing Director  - LNG Worldwide LtdPat Roberts – ModeratorManaging Director LNG Worldwide Ltd
Ajay Shah - VP Energy - Asia - ShellAjay ShahVP Energy - AsiaShell
Andrew Walker - VP Strategy - Cheniere Marketing LtdAndrew WalkerVP StrategyCheniere Marketing Ltd

  • What changes have we seen in the last year globally and what impact will they have on the Asia Pacific Region?
  • Update on global oil price: What role is global geo-politics playing  and the overall impact on the current business environment
    • US- China- Russia- North Korea
  • What are the latest updates with regards to China’s switch to gas?
  • Is it safe to assume a renewed optimism for sustained growth in Asia?
  • Possible developments in the global supply-demand balance to 2025
11:00  -  11:30

Networking Coffee Break


Hosted By


11:30  -  13:15

SESSION 2 – Developing New Markets & Creating New Demand: The Importance of Asian Markets to global LNG growth


Speakers

Richard Nelson – Moderator - Partner - King & SpaldingRichard Nelson – ModeratorPartnerKing & Spalding
Adnan Gilani -  CEO - Pakistan LNG Limited (PLL)Adnan Gilani CEOPakistan LNG Limited (PLL)
H. K. Manchanda - Chief General Manager (Gas) - Indian Oil Corporation LimitedH. K. ManchandaChief General Manager (Gas)Indian Oil Corporation Limited
Darshan Hiranandani - CEO - H EnergyDarshan HiranandaniCEOH Energy
Tom Earl - Chief Commercial Officer - Venture Global LNG Tom EarlChief Commercial OfficerVenture Global LNG

  • How are the mature markets developing and what is currently most important to buyers?
  • How are mature buyers adapting their business models in line with current supply/demand dynamics?
  • Anaysing the current demand growth coming from emerging Asian markets
    • China
    • India
    • Pakistan
  • Assessing China’s role, importance, government policies and the acceleration towards gas
  • Who are the new buyers and how much demand will truly be created?
  • What more can be done by sellers to help unlock new markets and manage risk?
13:15  -  14:30

Networking Lunch


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14:30  -  16:00

SESSION 3 – The Current Reality: Short-Mid Term Transacting and the Evolving Role of Traders


Speakers

Anne Katrin Brevik - Director, LNG Research & Forecasts - Thomson ReutersAnne Katrin BrevikDirector, LNG Research & ForecastsThomson Reuters
Ryosuke Tsugaru - Chief Executive - Diamond Gas InternationalRyosuke TsugaruChief ExecutiveDiamond Gas International
Christophe Malet - Senior Vice President - Upstream LNG - Hanas LNGChristophe MaletSenior Vice President - Upstream LNGHanas LNG
Nigel Kuzemko - Chief Executive Officer - Steelhead LNGNigel KuzemkoChief Executive OfficerSteelhead LNG

  • How is the current over-supply being absorbed and what factors will come into play moving forward for new suppliers?
  • Outlook for the LNG market for the upcoming winter: How will this impact short-term transacting?
  • What role are portfolio players adopting and how is it impacting the Asia market?
    • What new sales initiatives do we see?
    • Is there going to be a sustainable growth in short term trading?
  • North-American LNG – Is it economic/ likely to move consistently to Asian markets?
  • Are European and Asian markets converging on price, both term and spot?
  • Review of activity of major traders:
    • Can their growth be sustained?
    • What are the implications for the future market?
16:00  -  16:30

Networking Coffee Break


Hosted By


16:30  -  18:00

SESSION 4 – How Much Demand is set to be Created from LNG as a Marine Fuel?


Speakers

Capt. Walter P. Purio – Moderator - CEO - LNG Marine Fuel InstituteCapt. Walter P. Purio – ModeratorCEOLNG Marine Fuel Institute
Stephane Maillard - General Manager - South East Asia - GTTStephane MaillardGeneral Manager - South East AsiaGTT
Sandeep Mahawar - Vice President (Commercial) - Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd (SLNG)Sandeep MahawarVice President (Commercial)Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd (SLNG)
Heri Hariyanto - General Manager- LNG Industrial - PertaminaHeri HariyantoGeneral Manager- LNG IndustrialPertamina

  • What are the key drivers in APAC for developing the use of LNG as marine fuel?
  • Can this sector be relied upon as a sustainable new demand stream for the LNG business?
  • How are ship-owners reacting to the imminent IMO regulations?
  • What are the projections for demand in this sector to 2025?
  • What are the key global milestones and what lessons can be learnt from outside of APAC?
18:15  -  20:30

CWC Asia Pacific LNG Awards Evening


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Day Two

Thursday 21st September

08:30  -  09:00

Welcome Breakfast & Coffee


09:00  -  09:15

Chair’s Day 1 Recap


Speakers

Pat Roberts - Managing Director - LNG-Worldwide LtdPat RobertsManaging DirectorLNG-Worldwide Ltd

09:15  -  11:00

SESSION 5 – The Evolving LNG Supply Challenge


Speakers

Pat Roberts – Moderator - Managing Director  - LNG Worldwide LtdPat Roberts – ModeratorManaging Director LNG Worldwide Ltd
Alessandro Della Zoppa - EVP LNG - Eni Gas & LNG Marketing and PowerAlessandro Della ZoppaEVP LNGEni Gas & LNG Marketing and Power
Matthew Schatzman - President & Chief Executive Officer - NextDecade CorporationMatthew SchatzmanPresident & Chief Executive OfficerNextDecade Corporation
Keita Enjoji - Chief Representative - Tokyo Gas Asia Pte. Ltd.Keita EnjojiChief RepresentativeTokyo Gas Asia Pte. Ltd.
Joe B’Oris - Chief Development Officer - LNG LimitedJoe B’OrisChief Development OfficerLNG Limited
Rajnish Goswami - General Manager, LNG Marketing, SE Asia, Indian Sub-Continent & Middle East - Mozambique LNGRajnish GoswamiGeneral Manager, LNG Marketing, SE Asia, Indian Sub-Continent & Middle EastMozambique LNG

What is the status of new supply areas and implications for market liquidity? 

Managing the short term wave of new supply coming into the market

  • How and where can the 80Mtpa of LNG currently under contruction (globally) be absorbed by the market?
  • What impact will USLNG have in Asia between 2018-2020?
  • What are the latest commercial trends from USLNG offtakers in Asia?

 Investing in new LNG to support the next wave of growth

  • Assessing the range of options for new supply
  • Brownfield expansions
  • Greenfield supply options
  • Who are the frontrunners and how will the increasing competition from prospective suppliers play out?
  • What are the current challenges relating to project financing?
11:00  -  11:30

Networking Coffee Break


Hosted By


11:30  -  13:00

SESSION 6 – The Evolution of LNG Business Models: How is the Industry Adapting?


Speakers

Muhammed Aziz Khan - Chairman - Summit GroupMuhammed Aziz KhanChairmanSummit Group
Christopher Goncalves - Chair & Managing Director, Energy - Berkeley Research Group (BRG)Christopher GoncalvesChair & Managing Director, EnergyBerkeley Research Group (BRG)
Nicholas Browne - Director Asia Gas & LNG - Wood MackenzieNicholas BrowneDirector Asia Gas & LNGWood Mackenzie
Stephen Thompson - Manager, LNG & Gas, Asia Pacific - Poten & PartnersStephen ThompsonManager, LNG & Gas, Asia PacificPoten & Partners

  • How can value be derived from the growing and commoditising LNG business?
  • The importance of managing risks in the business at every point within the supply chain
  • How are corporate strategies continuing to evolve and what are the implications for marketing LNG from the next wave of projects?
  • How much success can we expect in reducing the cost stack for new LNG supply?
  • Current trends for FLNG – new opportunities and which projects are on the target list for 2025
  • What are examples of adaptation and new trends being set by:
    • Asian utilities
    • Long term suppliers to the region
    • Portfolio players
    • LNG Traders
    • FSRU Providers
    • Regas owners and operators
13:00  -  14:00

Networking Lunch


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14:00  -  15:00

SESSION 7 – LNG Finance – The changing Role of the Global Capital Markets in Funding Growth and Harnessing New sustainable LNG Demand


Speakers

Siddhartha Shrivastava - Head of Energy & Natural Resources - Investment Banking Asia - Sumitomo Mitsui Banking CorporationSiddhartha ShrivastavaHead of Energy & Natural Resources - Investment Banking AsiaSumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Michael Lin Sheng - Principal Investment Officer - APAC Oil & Gas - International Finance CorporationMichael Lin ShengPrincipal Investment Officer - APAC Oil & GasInternational Finance Corporation

  • How much lending capacity is available for LNG infrastructure projects and what are investors looking for?
  • How can the LNG industry ensure the interest from capital markets remains?
  • What needs to be done to ensure financing for:
    • New LNG supply infrastructure
    • New LNG important infrastructure
  • What are the specific barriers associated with developing non-traditional markets in Asia and how can they be overcome? Examples from:
    • Pakistan
    • Bangladesh
    • Sri Lanka
15:00  -  15:30

Networking Coffee Break


Hosted By


15:30  -  16:15

SESSION 8 – Panel Discussion: New Developments in the Creation of an Asia LNG Trading Hub


Speakers

Marc Howson – Moderator - Director- LNG Market Development - S&P Global PlattsMarc Howson – ModeratorDirector- LNG Market DevelopmentS&P Global Platts
Damien Criddle - CEO and Founder - GLXDamien CriddleCEO and FounderGLX
Racim E. Gribaa - President - Global LNG Consulting Inc.Racim E. GribaaPresidentGlobal LNG Consulting Inc.

  • What is the role of fast-growing derivatives trading alongside growing spot trading?
  • What more can be done to improve upon efficiency and transparency?
  • How can LNG exchanges and/or brokers facilitate LNG’s increasing commoditization?
  • New Pricing Indexes: What’s available and who are the front-runners?
  • What role will AI have to play with regards to trading platforms moving forward?
  • Discussing the fast growing derivatives trading alongside spot trading
16:15  -  17:00

SESSION 9 – Panel Discussion: LNG Trading and the Short Term Spot Market


Speakers

Marc Howson – Moderator - Director- LNG Market Development - S&P Global PlattsMarc Howson – ModeratorDirector- LNG Market DevelopmentS&P Global Platts
Sid Bambawale - LNG Trading Manager - Vitol GroupSid BambawaleLNG Trading ManagerVitol Group
Javier Moret - Global Head of LNG - RWE Supply and TradingJavier MoretGlobal Head of LNGRWE Supply and Trading
Tobias Davis - Head of LNG Broking - Tullett PrebonTobias DavisHead of LNG BrokingTullett Prebon
Mitch Nakamura - Head of LNG Trading - Osaka Gas Singapore Pte. Ltd.Mitch NakamuraHead of LNG TradingOsaka Gas Singapore Pte. Ltd.

  • What is the projected growth outlook for LNG trading to 2020 and beyond?
  • What pricing formulae are likely to emerge as the most relevant in Asia?
  • How is the shipping industry reacting to the changing trading patterns in Asia?
  • What is the outlook for liquidity and charter rates in the short-term?
  • What are the latest trends in spot and short term trading:
    • Real time price discovery
    • Standardisation
    • Growing transparency
17:00  -  17:15

Chair Closing Remarks


Speakers

Pat Roberts - Managing Director - LNG-Worldwide LtdPat RobertsManaging DirectorLNG-Worldwide Ltd

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