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LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress Connecting US LNG Supply With Global Demand
LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress Connecting US LNG Supply With Global Demand
LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress Connecting US LNG Supply With Global Demand
LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress Connecting US LNG Supply With Global Demand
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LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress Connecting US LNG Supply With Global Demand

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In the past five years, US LNG export scale-up has grown from just being a lucrative commercial opportunity for gas E&P and marketing companies, to a move critical to the economic sustainability of …

In the past five years, US LNG export scale-up has grown from just being a lucrative commercial opportunity for gas E&P and marketing companies, to a move critical to the economic sustainability of the American natural gas industry. Holding 2,543 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas, the United States has more than a hundred year's domestic supply of natural gas at current consumption rates in a global economy where demand from markets in Asia, South America and Europe is growing at pace.

Given that some of the largest markets for LNG are currently non-FTA regions such as Asia, Europe and Latin America, U.S. natural gas companies and non-FTA countries are dynamically seeking long-term contracts for considerable volumes of LNG. However, lack of transparency around the DOE's decision criteria to grant NFTA export licenses, uncertainty over country-specific energy demands and ambiguity surrounding liquefaction and export terminal completion timelines are hampering US producers from fully capitalizing on the excessive supply of natural gas, despite the increasing global demand for it.

This prospect of realizing the ramp up of US exports in light of government regulations, global demand and infrastructure expansion has sparked a contentious energy debate in the US and is fueling escalating discussions in Asian, European and Latin American energy circles.

The LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress has been strategically designed to be the only LNG congress focused specifically on connecting US supply with international demand, gathering some of the most senior strategically positioned LNG executives and key international LNG buyers from Asia, Europe and Latin America to successfully deliver long-term sustainable and lucrative LNG trade partnerships. The two day event will be packed with strategic presentations and discussions examining the very latest US government export regulations, quantifying global supply, demand and pricing, and expediting the growth of export terminal infrastructure capacity. The definitive purpose of the congress is to establish the global competitiveness of US LNG and reduce the risk and uncertainly of international trading contracts for buyers to drive forward the realization of LNG export opportunities in North America.

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  • 1. What’s Different About The LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyers Congress? • US LNG FOCUSED: This is not a congress looking at LNG in general - it has been designed specifically for domestic sellers and international buyers of US LNG who are looking to capitalize on the country’s shale gas glut • GLOBAL BUYER SPEAKERS: Over 50% of presentations will be from global utilities that are actively purchasing or seeking to purchase US LNG and will host buyer speakers from: China, India, Chile, UK, Netherlands, France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Italy, The Dominican Republic and Nigeria The LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress has been designed to focus on... • US LNG COMPETITIVENESS: Hearing How Global Buyers Perceive The Competitiveness Of US LNG In Relation To Competing LNG Export Projects Across The World • GLOBAL DEMAND: Establishing Global Demand For US LNG And Driving The Terminal, Pipeline And Transport Infrastructure Needed To Take It To The Most Profitable Markets • TERMINAL UPDATES: Hearing The Latest Updates On Export Terminal Construction Projects, Capacities And Timelines For Completion • PRICING: Assessing How An Increase In Exports Will Affect Henry Hub Pricing To Assess The Global Competitiveness Of US LNG • EXPORT APPROVALS : Hearing The Latest Updates From The DOE And FERC On Government Export Approvals Permitting The Supply OF LNG To Non-Free Trade Countries Driving Long Term US LNG Trading Partnerships Between US Suppliers And Global Markets Establishing Long Term LNG Partnerships Between Domestic Supply And Global Demand: Examining The Very Latest US Government Export Regulations, Quantifying Global Supply, Demand And Pricing And Expediting The Growth Of Export Terminal Infrastructure Capacity To Establish The Global Competitiveness Of US LNG And Reduce The Risk And Uncertainly Of International Trading Contracts For Buyers April 29-30, 2014 | Houston | Texas Driving long term US LNG trading Partnerships between US suppliers and Global Markets M Follow us @UnconventOilGas www.lng-export-usa-2014.com + (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com www.american-business-conferences.com Register By Friday March 14, 2014 SAVE $200 John Bretz VP Marketing Anadarko Petroleum Vince Morrissette VP Origination and Regulatory Affairs Anadarko Petroleum Corey Grindal VP - Gas Supply Cheniere Energy Larry Persily Federal Director Alaska Natural Gas Projects - Arctic Government Peter Hansen CEO Oregon LNG Petroleum Andrew Kunian Founder & CEO EOS LNG and Barca LNG Keo Lukefahr General Manager Natural Gas Trading & Marketing PetroChina Sanil Namboodiripad Addl. Vice President Reliance Power Ltd. Rudolf Araneda CEO GasAtacama Francisco de la Flor Director of Regulations and President Enagás Phil Carter Head of Commercial, LNG National Grid UK Robin Head of Business Development Netoil Group Organized By: US SPEAKERS INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS
  • 2. Register By Friday March 14, 2014 SAVE $200 www.lng-export-usa-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com In the past five years, US LNG export scale-up has grown from being a lucrative commercial opportunity for gas E&P and marketing companies to a move critical to the economic sustainability of the American natural gas industry. Holding 2,543 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas, the United States has more than a hundred year’s domestic supply of natural gas at current consumption rates in a global economy where demand from markets in Asia, South America and Europe is growing at pace. Given that some of the largest markets for LNG are currently non-FTA regions such as Asia, Europe and Latin America, U.S. natural gas companies and non-FTA countries are dynamically seeking long-term contracts for considerable volumes of LNG. However lack of transparency around the DOE’s decision criteria to grant NFTA export licenses, uncertainty over country- specific energy demands and ambiguity surrounding liquefaction and export terminal completion timelines are hampering US producers from fully capitalizing on the excessive supply of natural gas, despite the increasing global demand for it.This prospect of realizing the ramp up of US exports in light of government regulations, global demand and infrastructure expansion has sparked a contentious energy debate in the US and is fueling escalating discussions in Asian, European and Latin American energy circles. The LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress has been strategically designed to be the only LNG congress focused specifically on connecting US supply with international demand, gathering some of the most senior strategically positioned LNG executives and key international LNG buyers from Asia, Europe and Latin America to successfully deliver long-term sustainable and lucrative LNG trade partnerships. The two day event will be packed with strategic presentations and discussions examining the very latest US government export regulations, quantifying global supply, demand and pricing, and expediting the growth of export terminal infrastructure capacity. The definitive purpose of the congress is to establish the global competitiveness of US LNG and reduce the risk and uncertainly of international trading contracts for buyers to drive forward the realisation of LNG export opportunities in North America. Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Available At The Congress Venue Information Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision makers, build new future business relationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at the LNG Export USA 2014: Global Buyer Congress. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the Congress and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the congress will help you position yourself as a market leader and centre of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry. For further information, please contact: info@american-business-conferences.com or + (1) 800 721 3915 George R Brown Convention Center 1001 Avenida de las Americas Houston TX 77010 Tel: 800-427-4697; 713-853-8000 Web: www.houstonconventionctr.com
  • 3. US LNG GLOBAL EXPORT MARKETS, PRICING AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETIVENESS Day 1 Tuesday April 29, 2014 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks KEYNOTE PANEL: GLOBAL BUYER DEBATE 8.40 Hearing How Global Buyers Perceive The Competitiveness Of US LNG In Relation To Competing LNG Export Projects Across The World Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Contrasting the global demand and supply of natural gas to ascertain key markets with long-term demand for LNG imports from the US • Understanding how an increase in exports will impact Henry Hub pricing to assess the global competitiveness of US LNG • Comparing affordability price cut offs for distinct markets to accurately anticipate pricing terms for future trade agreements Commercial insights for International LNG Buyers • Comparing Markets: Understanding how the pricing index, time scale for project development and volume constraint varies across different markets • Understanding what differentiates US liquefaction from other global liquefaction projects to make them more competitive on the global market • Reviewing the economic and logistical feasibility of importing LNG from Australia and Qatar to take advantage of competitively priced markets • Assessing trade regulations, supply contracts and reliability to determine risk of importing US LNG EUROPEANMARKET:FranciscodelaFlor,DirectorofRegulationsand President,Enagas SOUTHAMERICANMARKET:RudolfAraneda,CEO,Gasatacama ASIANMARKET:SanilNamboodiripad,Addl.VicePresident, ReliancePowerLtd. 9.10 Question & Answer Session KEYNOTE 2: US LNG ECONOMICS 9.20 Analyzing How The Increased Supply Of US LNG Exports Will Impact Global LNG Economics In The Long-Term Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Determining if increased US LNG export supply will be fully consumed in Asian markets or simply displace existing volumes from the Atlantic Basin • Identifying supply and demand drivers for US LNG and the opportunities for the US to associate dedicated capacity with specific export markets Commercial insights for International LNG Buyers • Determining how US LNG fits in with global supply and demand: how the increased supply of US LNGs will impact the economics of LNG worldwide • Quantifying the volume of LNG with destination flexibility to assess the resulting impact on the short- term stock market JohnBretz,VPMarketing,AnadarkoPetroleum VinceMorrissette,VPOrigination&RegulatoryAffairs,RepsolEnergy NorthAmerica 9.50 Question & Answer Session KEYNOTE 3: TERMINAL APPROVALS 10.00 Understanding The Procedures And Political Factors That Play A Critical Role In The DOE’s Decision To Approve U.S. LNG Export Applications To Non FTA Countries Insights for US LNG Exporters and International LNG Buyers • Identifying the potential winners and losers in the export debate: • U.S. consumers vs. U.S. producers • Free-trade vs. protectionism • Energy independence at home vs. helping U.S. allies abroad • Isolating approved projects and projects next in line to receive approval to gain clarity on outstanding applications • Understanding the differences between U.S. natural gas export law to FTA and non-FTA nations to clarify procedures for US suppliers and global buyers • Understanding if caps will be imposed on specific export projects to forecast absolute volumes obtainable for import • Assessing the politics of natural gas price increases in the U.S. and the affect on DOE export approvals and actions on projects already approved • Discussing the completion timeline and capacity of the Alaska LNG export project to determine how it will fit in with competing US LNG projects LarryPersily,FederalDirector,AlaskaNaturalGasProjects-Arctic Government 10.30 Question & Answer Session 10.40 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area ASIA - DEMAND, SUPPLY & IMPORT CAPACITY Quantifying Natural Gas Requirements And Infrastructure Expansion Plans For India, Japan And China To Project Capacity Of LNG That Capable Of Being Exported To Asia CHINA 11.10 Examining If China Possesses The Regulatory Framework Required To Support The Importation Of US LNG To Meet High Domestic Demand Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Establishinglocaldemandforandusesofinternational naturalgastoassessthepotentialvolumesofLNGthatcan beexportedtoChina • Evaluating plans to build storage facilities to quantify the maximum volumes of LNG that can be exported • Commercial Insight for International LNG Buyers • Investigating how middlemen and brokers can be dealt with to accelerate transactions with Chinese traders • Assessing the openness of the trade regulations for LNG imports to determine feasibility as an export destination KeoLukefahr,GeneralManagerNaturalGasTrading&Marketing, PetroChinaInternational 11.40 Question & Answer Session INDIA 11.50 Providing Demand, Supply And Import Capacity Updates From A Leading Indian LNG Importer To Evaluate India’s Position As A Viable Export Destination Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Assessing the timing, capacity and availability of inward pipeline infrastructure to determine when real volumes can be exported out to India • EstablishingIndia’sdemandforUSLNGtodrivethe terminal,pipelineandtransportinfrastructureneededto takeLNGtomarket Commercial Insights for International LNG Buyers • Evaluating the timing, capacity and availability of all export facilities from the US to India to assess short, medium and long-term capacity as a viable export destination • Determining LNG affordability relative to diesel to understand how attractive importing LNG to India is for the international buyer • Defining the affordability cut offs for LNG imports into India to reduce the sticker shock when entering new or renewing existing contracts SanilNamboodiripad,Addl.VicePresident,ReliancePowerLtd. S.Narayanan,ManagingDirector,AndhraPradeshGasDistribution Corporation,India 12.20 Question & Answer Session 12.30 Lunch In The Exhibition Showcase Area EUROPE AND LATIN AMERICA - GLOBAL DEMAND, CURRENT SUPPLY AND IMPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Calculating LNG Demands And Infrastructure Expansion Plans For Europe And Latin America To Understand Long-Term Trading Potential WESTERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPEAN DEMAND AND SUPPLY 1.30 Quantifying The Volumes And Specifications Of LNG Demand From The UK, Netherlands, France, Spain, Germany, Austria, and Italy To Assess How Europe Fits Into The Global LNG Import Equation Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Quantifying aggregate demand for natural gas to assess how much imported LNG is required to meet local demand • Examining inward pipeline infrastructure to determine real LNG volumes that can be exported to European Markets • Reviewing the regulatory environment for LNG imports to gauge Europe’s attractiveness as an export target Commercial insights for International LNG Buyers • Discussing the intricacies of UK LNG import arrangements and market dynamics to reduce ambiguity of importing from US suppliers RobinHenderson,HeadofBusinessDevelopment,TheNetoilGroup PhilCarter,HeadofCommercial,UKLNG,NationalGrid 2.30 Question & Answer Session www.lng-export-usa-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com
  • 4. LNG INFRASTRUCTURE: SPAIN AND BELGIUM 2.50 Scrutinizing Market Access Conditions To LNG Infrastructure In Spain And Belgium To Facilitate Export To Low Domestic Gas Production Markets Commercial Insights for US LNG Exporters • Comparing regulated and exempted access and ownership regimes to determine routes to unload and market LNG cargo • Assessing the implications of trade negotiations with LNG production countries to evaluate how much LNG can be imported in an integrated European landscape Commercial Insights for International Buyers • Examining how existing natural gas pipelining contracts with Russia, Norway and Algeria will impact the LNG trade balance to determine feasibility of importing from US producers • Debating the need for a single European market to integrate the demand and supply of different European countries and expedite global LNG trade relationships FranciscodelaFlor,DirectorofRegulationsandPresident,Enagás 3.20 Question & Answer Session 3.30 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area LATIN AMERICA 4.00 Mapping LNG Demand And Existing Supply And Import Infrastructure In Place To Justify US LNG Exportation To A Small-Midscale Latin American Energy Market Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Evaluating upcoming plans to build shipping facilities to measure how much LNG US can be exported in the future to meet Latin American demand • Assessing differences in LNG demand in the North and South Chilean power markets to determine the most profitable market Commercial Insights For International LNG Buyers • Quantifying local production of natural gas to assess adequacy of reserves in the absence of shipping channels and FOB contracts GregMichaels,Chairman&CEO,SCT&E 4.30 Question & Answer Session LNG PRICING, TRADING AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION Assessing Global LNG Projects, Us Trade Sanctions And Henry Hub Pricing To Assess The Long Term Economics Of US-LNG Exports Relative To Other Export Projects HENRY HUB PRICING 4.40 Assessing How An Increase In LNG Exports Will Affect Henry Hub Pricing To Determine The Impact On US LNG Competitiveness And Export Pricing Decisions Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Comparing Henry Hub vs. JKM vs. Brent price trends to provide insight into the price spread over time and infer the impact on the long-term market • Investigating the impact of shale gas influx on the Henry Hub price to forecast the impact on demand for US natural gas Solutions for US LNG Exporters and International LNG Buyers • Examining the volatility of the Henry Hub pricing to understand uncertainty and potential risk involved with buying US LNG • Examining requirements for developing a liquid pricing hub in Asia and forecast the prices the Henry Hub can compete against RobinHenderson,HeadofBusinessDevelopment,TheNetoilGroup 5.10 Question & Answer Session GLOBAL LNG EXPORT PROJECTS 5.20 Hearing Updates On LNG Export Facilities In Other Countries To Derive A Timeline For When Large Volumes Of Competing LNG Will Be Available To International Buyers Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Delivering completions updates for export terminals and liquefaction infrastructure to define the position of US facilities in the global market Commercial solutions for International LNG Buyers • Classifying the stage of facilities being developed to ascertain the viability of importing from non-US markets immediately • Determining the tariff for LNG import to global markets to enable buyers to enter into long-term trade agreements at the best price TheophilusAgbonifo,Principal-Reliability&BusinessImprovement, NigeriaLNGLimited 5.50 Question & Answer Session 6.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks 6.50 - 7.50 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.lng-export-usa-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com US LNG GLOBAL EXPORT MARKETS, PRICING AND INTERNATIONAL COMPETIVENESS LIQUEFACTION TERMINALS AND CONNECTIVITY INFRASTRUCTURE Day 1 Continued... Tuesday April 29, 2014 Day 2 Wednesday April 20, 2014 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks KEYNOTE: US LNG ECONOMICS - LNG TERMINAL OPERATOR PERSPECTIVE 8.40 Analyzing How The Increased Supply Of US LNG Exports Will Impact Global LNG Economics, Pricing And Stock Markets In The Long-Term Commercial insights for US suppliers • Recognizing the long-term impact of US LNG exports on pricing to determine the effect on domestic and global price markets • Determining if increased US LNG export supply will be fully consumed in Asian markets or simply displace existing volumes from the Atlantic Basin • Identifying supply and demand drivers for US LNG and the opportunities for the US to associate dedicated capacity with specific export markets Commercial insights for International Buyers • Outlining US operators plans to supply small volumes of natural gas to small scale local projects to capitalize on domestic markets • Determining how US LNG fits in with global supply and demand: how the increased supply of US LNGs will impact the economics of LNG worldwide • Quantifying the volume of LNG with destination flexibility to assess the resulting impact on the short- term stock market AndrewKunian,Founder&CEO,EOSLNGandBarcaLNG 9.10 Question & Answer Session LIQUEFACTION AND EXPORT TERMINALS Reviewing Tariffs, Completion Timelines, Liquefaction Capacity And Export Permits For Both Fta And Non- Fta For The Four Approved LNG Export Projects SABINE PASS LIQUEFACTION PROJECT 9.20 Delivering Updates On Cheniere Energy’s Liquefaction Project To Determine LNG Volume Capacity And Timeline For Completion Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Examining how much export capacity the project holds to determine the volumes of LNG that can be processed at that terminal • Understanding what basins the project have been contracted to, to identify the core supply regions • Addressing the key market destinations the project intends to export to, to assess the diversity of market reach • Clarifying the time scale for completion to determine how quickly the Sabine Pass Liquefaction project will be expedited Solutions for International LNG Buyers • Outlining proposed export capacity to ensure a stable and sufficient source of supply for export markets • Differentiating FTA and Non-FTA markets that have received approval for export to enable International buyers to frame long-term agreements CoreyGrindal,VP-GasSupply,CheniereEnergy 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area JORDAN COVE ENERGY PROJECT 10.30 Hearing How The Liquefaction And Export Project Will Serve Asian Gas Markets With US West Coast LNG Supply Sourced From Multiple Gas Regions Solutions for US LNG Exporters • Investigating opportunities for selling gas to LNG Buyers at Opal, Wy or AECO or Malin Hub • Elaborating long term consistent-volume demand for gas supply by LNG Buyers • Comparing Asian LNG tolling customers to Local Gas Distribution Companies (LDC) to contrast similarities between the two gas buyers • Solutions for International LNG Buyers
  • 5. Day 2 Continued... Wednesday April 30, 2014 LIQUEFACTION TERMINALS AND CONNECTIVITY INFRASTRUCTURE www.lng-export-usa-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com • Assessing how tolling model can establish a significant portion of LNG supply cost and reduce delivered gas cost volatility at LNG Buyer’s jetty • Considering the outcomes of connectivity to a traded gas supply hub versus A compressor station on an interstate gas pipeline for gas supply • Examining diverse gas supply strategies to avoid E&P riskBenefit for Asian Buyers: Discussing the advantages of avoiding Panama Canal to avoid congestion risks & uncertainties • Learning how a simpler structure of an export-only facility can streamline service-offering and project finance versus bi-directional import/export facilities • Hearing project updates on the Jordan Cove Energy Project to assess how the facility will serve needs of Asian LNG buyers and help meet growing LNG demand GuyDayvault,CommercialDirector,JordanCoveEnergyProject 11.10 Question & Answer Session FREEPORT LNG LIQUEFACTION AND EXPORT PROJECT 11.20 Providing Facility Progress Updates To Define The Capacity And Availability Of The Freeport LNG Project To Export To International Markets Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Classifying the current stage of development to ascertain whether the project is on track for the expected completion date • Disclosing available gas liquefaction capacity to calculate Freeport’s ability to meet future LNG export requirements • Conveying delivered pricing deals being contracted at the facility to understand what counter parties are looking for Solutions for International LNG Buyers • Understanding the FTA and Non-FTA markets that have received export approval to allow international buyers to secure long-term deals • Assessing the reliability of the Freeport LNG project to meet the supply volume expectations of export markets 11.50 Question & Answer Session 12.00 Lunch In The Exhibition Showcase Area SUPPLY FROM MAIN PASS ENERGY HUB 1.00 Assessing The Capabilities Of The Liquefaction Project To Meet The LNG Volume Demands Of International Export Markets Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Detailing access to diverse markets to determine the capabilities of excess natural gas reaching profitable markets • Establishing the current completion status to determine the time scale for the project reaching full-scale operational activity Solutions for International LNG Buyers • Projecting the proposed liquefaction capacity to assess the quantity of LNG that will be readily available to infiltrate international export markets StephenPayne,Chairman,UnitedLNG 1.30 Question & Answer Session LNG TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Hearing Development And Capacity Plans For Pipeline And Shipping Infrastructure To Ensure An Uninterrupted Supply From Field To Terminal To Markets GAS PIPELINES 1.40 Connecting Gas Production To LNG Terminals: Assessing The Current Progress Of Gas Supply To LNG Export Projects Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Location: Identifying the major supply regions that pipelines will be built to, to ensure connectivity to those regions • Commitment Requirements: Understanding the length of contracts and the credit commitments pipeline operators are looking for • Capacity & Completion Date: Projecting the capacity and date availability of new natural gas pipelines for taking gas to LNG terminal facilities • Clarifying whether it is typically the producer or the pipeline’s responsibility to transport the product to the interstate pipeline Commercial insights for International LNG Buyers • Determining the typical gas supply contract terms to diminish the disconnect for international buyers • Distinguishing the targeted free trade and non-free trade countries to be skirted with US markets to expedite LNG imports • Assessing supply contracts and supply reliability to different export terminals to identify the ones that create the best access to Asian, European and South American markets 2.10 Question & Answer Session 2.20 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area SHIPPING LNG 2.50 Mobilizing All Available Shipping Channels To Facilitate LNG Export From The US To International Markets In Europe, Asia And Latin America Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters • Scaling the demand for ship procurement to match forecasted LNG export from the US to global markets • Outlining the export routes and distances from the US Gulf Coast to allow accurate translation into shipping capacity and avoid capacity issues • Reviewing shipping with ISO containers relative to short-term market potential to assess its likelihood as a cost effective shipping method Commercial insights for International LNG Buyers • Evaluating the availability and capacity of small and medium vessels to ensure constant supply of LNG to domestic and international regions 3.20 Question & Answer Session PANAMA CANAL 3.30 Evaluating The Economic Costs Of Shipping LNG By The Panama Canal To Categorize It As A Viable Transit Point For US LNG Exports Commercial insights for US LNG Exporters and International LNG Buyers • Breaking down the tariff for a round trip passage through the canal to assess affordability of LNG export in world markets • Scheduling the canal’s readiness to handle traffic to enable calculated export and import decisions • Ascertaining the impact of Panama’s regulations on the Canal’s operability for LNG cargo to open LNG transit • Determining the number of ships to operate through the canal to measure traffic flow and avoid bottlenecks PeterHansen,CEO,OregonLNG 4.00 Question & Answer Session 4.10 Chair’s Closing Remarks 4.20 End Of Conference Engage In Open DiscussionsExtended Networking OpportunitiesStrategic Insights And Interactive Discussion
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