logo #LNGAsia 15–18 October 2018

Full Programme

2017 Programme

Training Seminars

Tuesday 19th September

08:15  -  09:30

Registration & Welcome Coffee


09:30  -  12:30

Morning Seminar


Speakers

Christopher Goncalves - Chair & Managing Director, Energy - Berkeley Research Group (BRG)Christopher GoncalvesChair & Managing Director, EnergyBerkeley Research Group (BRG)

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Gas Market Dynamics, Price Reviews, and Commercial Arbitration

The key themes due to be covered include:

  • Global and regional gas market dynamics – how are global and regional supply balances and pricing affecting the competitiveness of LNG/gas in JKT, China, India and South East Asia?
  • LNG Sale & Purchase Agreements – how is the duration of term contracts changing and how is the LNG spot trade developing?
  • Flexibility – how can buyers and sellers take advantage of short-term markets and flexibility value in the emerging LNG markets?
  • International arbitration – how are pricing disputes being resolved and how are contract prices benchmarked and compared to market value?
12:30  -  13:30

Networking Lunch


13:30  -  16:30

Afternoon Seminar


Speakers

Simon Cowled - Partner  - King & SpaldingSimon CowledPartner King & Spalding

Hosted By


LNG to Power and Importation Options: South-East Asia Focus

The key themes due to be covered include:

  • LNG to Power
    • How are IPPs being developed?
  • LNG Importation and Regasification options: South-East Asia Focus
    • ORU
    • RGT
    • FSU
    • FSRU
  • Integrating LNG supply
    • What is the role of gas in the power sector in SEA?
    • Analysis of current status of project finance
  • Price Review and Arbitration
    • Latest updates using case study examples of arbitration cases
18:30

LNG Asia Pacific Welcome Drinks & Registration


Hosted By



Summit 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
Philip Olivier - General Manager of Global LNG - TotalPhilip OlivierGeneral Manager of Global LNGTotal
Jonty Shepard - Global Head of LNG - BPJonty ShepardGlobal Head of LNGBP
Ajay Shah - VP Energy - Asia - ShellAjay ShahVP Energy - AsiaShell
Andrew Walker - VP Strategy - Cheniere Marketing LtdAndrew WalkerVP StrategyCheniere Marketing Ltd
Rajnish Goswami - GM, LNG Marketing - Anadarko Petroleum CorporationRajnish GoswamiGM, LNG MarketingAnadarko Petroleum Corporation

  • 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

Pat Roberts – Moderator - Managing Director  - LNG Worldwide LtdPat Roberts – ModeratorManaging Director LNG Worldwide Ltd
Nicholas Browne - Director Asia Gas & LNG - Wood MackenzieNicholas BrowneDirector Asia Gas & LNGWood Mackenzie
Heejip Kim - Committee Member –Energy, Electricity Policy & Gas Demand Planning - Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE), KoreaHeejip KimCommittee Member –Energy, Electricity Policy & Gas Demand PlanningMinistry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE), Korea
Adnan Gilani -  CEO - Pakistan LNG Limited (PLL)Adnan Gilani CEOPakistan LNG Limited (PLL)
Tom Earl - Chief Commercial Officer - Venture Global LNG Tom EarlChief Commercial OfficerVenture Global LNG
Rahul Tiwari - Senior LNG Trader - H-EnergyRahul TiwariSenior LNG TraderH-Energy

  • 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


Sponsored By


14:30  -  16:00

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


Speakers

Tobias Davis – Moderator - Head of LNG Broking - Tullett PrebonTobias Davis – ModeratorHead of LNG BrokingTullett Prebon
Anne Katrin Brevik - Director, LNG Research & Forecasts  - RefinitivAnne Katrin BrevikDirector, LNG Research & Forecasts Refinitiv
Mizlan Masri - Vice President, LNG Marketing & Optimization - Diamond Gas Operation Co. LtdMizlan MasriVice President, LNG Marketing & OptimizationDiamond Gas Operation Co. Ltd
Christophe Malet - Senior Vice President Upstream and Mainstream LNG - HanasChristophe MaletSenior Vice President Upstream and Mainstream LNGHanas
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
Momoyo Yuki - Deputy General Manager, Project Implementation Strategies Dept., Environment and Innovative Technology Projects Division - Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd (JAPEX)Momoyo YukiDeputy General Manager, Project Implementation Strategies Dept., Environment and Innovative Technology Projects DivisionJapan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd (JAPEX)

  • 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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Summit Day Two

Thursday 21st September

17:15

Closing Drinks Reception


08:30  -  09:00

Welcome Breakfast & Coffee


09:15  -  09:30

Chair’s Day 1 Recap


Speakers

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

09:30  -  11:00

SESSION 5 – The Evolving LNG Supply Challenge


Speakers

Pat Roberts – Moderator - Managing Director  - LNG Worldwide LtdPat Roberts – ModeratorManaging Director LNG Worldwide Ltd
Filippo Gotti - Vice President LNG Business Development - Eni Gas & LNG Marketing and PowerFilippo GottiVice President LNG Business DevelopmentEni Gas & LNG Marketing and Power
Christopher Goncalves - Chair & Managing Director, Energy - Berkeley Research Group (BRG)Christopher GoncalvesChair & Managing Director, EnergyBerkeley Research Group (BRG)
Keita Enjoji - Head of LNG, General Manager - Tokyo Gas Asia Pte. Ltd.Keita EnjojiHead of LNG, General ManagerTokyo Gas Asia Pte. Ltd.
Joe B’Oris - Chief Development Officer - LNG LimitedJoe B’OrisChief Development OfficerLNG Limited

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

Stephen Thompson – Moderator - Manager, LNG & Gas, Asia Pacific - Poten & PartnersStephen Thompson – ModeratorManager, LNG & Gas, Asia PacificPoten & Partners
Muhammed Aziz Khan - Chairman - Summit GroupMuhammed Aziz KhanChairmanSummit Group
Sheharyar Chughtai - Vice President - Asia Pacific Project Finance - Korea Development BankSheharyar ChughtaiVice President - Asia Pacific Project FinanceKorea Development Bank
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 – Panel Discussion: LNG Finance – The changing Role of the Global Capital Markets in Funding Growth and Harnessing New sustainable LNG Demand


Speakers

Mangesh Patankar – Moderator - Director – Gas & LNG Consulting - Wood MackenzieMangesh Patankar – ModeratorDirector – Gas & LNG ConsultingWood Mackenzie
Siddhartha Shrivastava - Head of Energy & Natural Resources, Asia - Global Structured Finance - Sumitomo Mitsui Banking CorporationSiddhartha ShrivastavaHead of Energy & Natural Resources, Asia - Global Structured FinanceSumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Dorian Delteil - Executive Director, Oil & Gas Group - Standard Chartered Dorian DelteilExecutive Director, Oil & Gas GroupStandard Chartered
Michael Lin Sheng - Principal Investment Officer - APAC Oil & Gas - International Finance CorporationMichael Lin ShengPrincipal Investment Officer - APAC Oil & GasInternational Finance Corporation
Daniel Mallo - Managing Director – Head of Natural Resources & Infrastructure, Asia Pacific  -  Societe GeneraleDaniel MalloManaging Director – Head of Natural Resources & Infrastructure, Asia Pacific Societe Generale
Eduard Ruijs - Managing Director - Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Funds - BlackRockEduard RuijsManaging Director - Global Energy & Power Infrastructure FundsBlackRock

  • 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
Tobias Davis - Head of LNG Broking - Tullett PrebonTobias DavisHead of LNG BrokingTullett Prebon
Racim E. Gribaa - Executive Vice-President LNG - TruMarx Data Partners Inc.Racim E. GribaaExecutive Vice-President LNGTruMarx Data Partners 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
Gordon D Waters - CEO of Asia Pacific for GEM - ENGIE Global MarketsGordon D WatersCEO of Asia Pacific for GEMENGIE Global Markets
Javier Moret - Global Head of LNG - RWE Supply and TradingJavier MoretGlobal Head of LNGRWE Supply and Trading
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


Site Visit

Friday 22nd September

08:00  -  12:00

Singapore LNG Terminal Site Visit


08:00 Meet in Grand Hyatt Hotel Lobby for registration

08:20 Departure from the Grand Hyatt Hotel to Jurong Island

09:20 Bus arrives at Jurong Island Checkpoint

10:00 Bus arrives at the Singapore LNG Terminal

10:05 Safety briefing

10:10 Tour of Visitor Centre

10:30 Tour of Terminal

10:50 Site visit ends

12:00 Arrival back at the Grand Hyatt Hotel

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