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3 Biggest Attractions This Year:

1. An Exclusive Site Visit to the Incheon LNG regas facility in Seoul
2. A Comprehensive Program this year focusing not just on floating LNG developments, but also on a wide variety of proposed offshore LNG projects including FSRUs, mid-scale LNG projects and comparison of offshore and onshore LNG processes
3. A Revamped Speaker Lineup comprising project owners, field operators and engineering companies and shipbuilders to focus on both the commercial and technical viability of proposed projects

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  1. 1. Overcoming Commercial, Design & Technical Challenges in Engineering Floating Liquefaction & Regasification Projects23 - 25 October 2012 Seoul, South Korea • www.offshorelngasia.comUnprecedented Representation From Owners, Operators,EPCs And Subcontractors Involved In Floating Liquefaction and Floating Regasification Projects 15 80 OVER OVER Featuring the Following Experts: Trym Tveitness Heinz Bauer CTO Vice President FLEX LNG LINDE AG PRESENTATIONS ATTENDEES Ari Adji Director – Technical & Operations PT NUSANTARA Ki il Nam Principal Engineer HYUNDAI HEAVY ONE ONE ALL NEW DRILLED DOWN REGAS INDUSTRIES EXCLUSIVE LNG TRANSFER SITE VISIT SYSTEM WORKSHOP FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER: AN EXCLUSIVE SITE VISIT!!! HOST: KOGAS VENUE: INCHEON LNG TERMINAL, SEOULResearched and developed by: Sponsors: Media Partners: “Very good project status and advancement updates with excellent qualified speakers.” Director, Hess Corporation
  2. 2. The Complete Line Up ofIndustry Highlights World Reowned experts:Petronas of Malaysia approves FLNG project Trym Tveitness Jason WaldiePetronas of Malaysia has reached a final investment decision for CTO, Associate Director,floating LNG project in Sarawak which it aims to bring online in 2015. FLEX LNG DOUGLASThe company is assessing the feasibility of constructing a second LNG WESTWOODimport terminal in southern Johor, and a third terminal in Lahad Datu Heinz Bauer Vice President, Gerard van derin east Malaysia is set to be commissioned in 2015. LINDE AG Weijde5 June 2012, www.lngworldnews.com Project Manager, Ki il Nam Structural Dynamics,Hyundai develops FLNG model Principal Engineer, TNO SCIENCE AND HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRYHyundai Heavy Industries, the world’s largest shipbuilder, has just INDUSTRIESannounced completion their Floating Liquefied Natural Gas Plant Kazuo Watanabe(FLNG) concept model. Designed in association with Germany’s Ari Adji Project Manager, IHIindustrial gases and engineering company Linde AG, the offshore Director – Technical MARINE UNITEDfacility will, theoretically, be able to produce, liquify and offload & Operations,natural gas directly to an LNG carrier. PT NUSANTARA Simon Davies5 January 2012, www.gCaptain.com REGAS Director, ANZFor more details, refer to Day One, 14:25 session. Chris Mole Tony ReganFMC Technologies awarded offshore loading Global Principal Consultant, Hydrocarbons TRI ZENarms systems contract Select Director, CONSULTANTSFMC Technologies, Inc. /quotes/zigman/282674/quotes/nls/fti FTI WORLEYPARSONS+0.96% announced today that it has signed an agreement with SeniorTechnip France, on behalf of the Technip Samsung Consortium (TSC), Daniel C S Ahn Representative,to supply offshore loading arm systems as part of the Shell Prelude Technical Advisor, CAMERON PROCESSFloating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) project SAMSUNG SYSTEMS12 May 2012, www.marketwatch.com ENGINEERING Chie Wakatsuki Dinar Indriana Deputy Division Chief,Excelerate Energy to build first floating Khoiriah JAPAN BANK FORliquefaction export facility in the United States Senior Project INTERNATIONAL Coordinator, Planning COOPERATIONExcelerate Energy® L.P. is moving forward with the development of the & Coordinationfirst floating liquefaction facility in the United States utilizing its Floating Department, INPEX SeniorLiquefaction Storage Offloading vessel (FLSO(TM)) technology. The Lavaca MASELA LTD, Representative, ABSBay LNG project will be located in Port Lavaca, situated between Galvestonand Corpus Christi on the Texas Gulf Coast, and will be designed to export Kristian Utkilen Anthony Laveryliquefied natural gas (LNG) to markets worldwide by 2017. Managing Director, Director – Natural15 May 2012, www.marketwatch.com KANFA ARAGON Resources and Energy,For more updates, visit the Download Centre at AS SOCIETE GENERALEwww.offshorelngasia.com.Indonesia’s first FSRU to start operations soon Invest Your Marketing Bucks Wisely!!Indonesia’s first LNG receiving and regasification terminal is It is obvious that Australasia will forge ahead with floatingexpected to start operation soon as Regas Satu Floating Storage and LNG and FSRU developments and prospects for such projectsRegasification Unit (FSRU) set sail from Jurong Shipyard in Singapore in this region have never been hotter than it is today. Withheading to Jakarta Bay. The FSRU release ceremony was conducted more proposed projects approaching the FID stage, the time isby the President Director of PT Pertamina (Persero) Karen Agustiawan, perfect to profile your brand in the industry.acting as the President Commissioner of PT Nusantara Regas, which isthe operator of Regas Satu FSRU.12 April 2012, www.worldmaritimenews.com What can you do?For more details, refer to Day Two, 09:10 session. Thought Leadership at the Conference: Email us at “This event has a comprehensive insight on sponsorship@iqpc.com.sg if you have an innovative solution for the offshore LNG industry. FLNG economics, engineering and construction challenges and future construction.” An Exclusive Exhibition Space: Display your solutions and reach out to the industry with an exclusive stand for your Country Manager, HALLIBURTON company. Email us at sponsorship@iqpc.com.sg to reserve an exhibition slot. IQPC also encourages creative ideas to get commercially associated with the event to enhance your branding. Call us at 65 6722 9388 or email sponsorship@iqpc.com.sg to explore how. T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.offshorelngasia.com
  3. 3. 23rd October, 2012 | 09:00 – 15:00 23rd October, 2012 | 16:00 – 19:00 SITE VISIT A: WORKSHOP B: INCHEON LNG TERMINAL A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF HOSTED BY: KOGAS TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE FOR FLOATING LNG TRANSFER SYSTEMS Rationale: A safe and reliable method of transferring the LNG product from the FLNG vessel to a tanker is a critical requirement. The use of flexible hoses is an About the Facility: option considered by many of the proposed projects as it is believed to allow operations to be performed under severe environmental conditions. The Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) completed their LNG However, this is not the only option being reviewed in the industry. This terminal in Incheon, South Korea in mid-2002. The Incheon workshop will analyse the various transfer systems available for offloading LNG terminal is one of the biggest in the world and began its LNG and discuss in-depth the merits and demerits of each of them. operation with three storage tanks (each 100,000m³) and 360t/ hour of regasification capacity in 1996. Discussion Points: In order to meet increased LNG demand, the terminal has 16:00 - 17:30: Highlighting the lessons learned from predicting the been continuously expanded ever since. The terminal now mechanical behavior and qualification of LNG transfer hoses operates 22 sets of LNG storage tanks – ten above-ground full containment tanks and 12 in-ground tanks – with a total 17:30 - 18:15: Outlining the various factors to be considered before storage capacity of three million cubic metres. Two of the 12 in- the choice and implementation of an LNG transfer system ground tanks, with a capacity of 200,000m³, were constructed by Hyundai Engineering Company (HEC) as part of a further 18:15 - 19:00: Providing an insight into technical considerations for round of expansion. They were opened in June 2009. safe and reliable transfer systems with optimal performance Currently, the terminal has a 3,870t/hour regasification capacity. Top 3 Benefits of Attending: It was able to provide the Seoul metropolitan area with 14 million 1. Narrow down on the right choice of offloading system for your tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of natural gas by 2004. offshore LNG project (www.hydrocarbons-technology.com) 2. Understand how to mitigate the impact of adverse environmental effects on your offloading system Why Should You Attend? 3. Improve the overall safety of your FLNG vessel 1. Find out the strategies to mitigate challenges encountered Workshop Leader: during operation of both underground and above the Gerard van der Weijde ground storage tanks Project Manager, Structural Dynamics 2. Cognize the operational characteristics of the double TNO SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY berth system As the Project Manager for structural dynamics with TNO, Gerard is extensively involved in 3. Fathom the safe tie-in mechanisms in place to ensure research surrounding reliable transfer systems. He is an expert in predicting the behaviour of composite hoses as an offloading solution for offshore and onshore applications. hassle free operation Gerard will bring all his expertise into this workshop to evoke a constructive discussion on 4. Analyse vaporisation optimisation procedures using all the critical factors that determine the choice of an efficient offloading solution. low seawater temperature during winter 5. Track the future expansion plans of the facility The post conference workshops alone at last year’s summit attracted close to 40 attendees. Make sure you register early for the workshops when registering for Why is the Incheon Terminal Extraordinary? the main conference. An extraordinary fact about this terminal is that KOGAS has built this man-made island, solely for the purpose of this terminal. The Incheon terminal is about eight km apart from the coast and has Benefit from the 10 in-ground LNG tanks for the same purpose. Knowledge Library; The decision to place the terminal away from the coast is to avoid Access the Download opposition by residents who do not want to see a terminal at Centre Today! their back yard. Kristian Utkilen, Managing Director for Kanfa Aragon AS, José Esteve Why Should You Register Early? Otegui, Marine Division Manager of Bureau Veritas, Joe Rosseau, Director of ABS SINGAPORE & Dr. Heinz Bauer VP Technology for LNG, from Linde Please note that the site visit is open to the first 25 registrations Engineering examine the topside engineering challenges for FLNG projects. only. Email enquiry@iqpc.com.sg to book your seat. Facilitated By: Senior Representative, KOGAS Download this and many other interesting articles, white papers and past presentations www.offshorelngasia.com T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.offshorelngasia.com
  4. 4. CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY ONE, 24TH OCTOBER, 201208:30 Registration Begins Jason Waldie, Associate Director, DOUGLAS WESTWOOD Jason heads DW’s Singapore office from where he is responsible for the09:00 Welcome Address from the Chairman firm’s activities throughout the Asia/ Australasia region. Previously he spent four years as Group Head of Business Development for a major energy industry information services provider in Singapore. Earlier posts were with Samsung FLNG Project Updates Corporation and Asiana Airlines in Seoul, Korea. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Political Science, an MBA from the University of Melbourne and a09:10 Overcoming Commercial and Technical Challenges to Master of Energy Management from the Institut Français du Pétrole; ESCP Europe; Implement an FLNG Project Handelshøyskolen BI joint programme. • Providing an update on upcoming FLEX’s upcoming FLNG projects, projected timelines for FID etc • Drawing synergies between small scale and large scale 14:25 Unfolding the Recently Announced Hyundai Model to FLNG projects Implement an FLNG • Developing a cost based approach towards these projects to • Outlining the major advancements and technology used in the establish the best FLNG solution Hyundai FLNG model • Providing a comparison of the indigenous Hyundai model and Trym Tveitness, CTO, FLEX LNG how it differs from the other existing models Trym Tveitnes is a co-founder of FLEX LNG and serves as the company’s • Detailing the efficient and economical production capabilities CTO. Prior to FLEX LNG Mr. Tveitnes held positions in Liquiline, Höegh that exist in the model LNG and Det Norske Veritas. His work experience include onshore smallscale gas infrastructure, development of floating regas terminals and Arctic LNG Ki il Nam, Principal Research Engineer,transportation concepts as well as technology qualification related to large LNG carriers HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIESand floating LNG terminals. Mr. Tveitnes holds a degree in Naval Architecture and aPhD in Hydrodynamics from the University of Glasgow. Kiil Nam has worked with Hyundai Heavy Industries for 18 years as a research engineer for offshore system engineering and a process engineer09:55 Achieving Stakeholder Engagement with the Local Government participating in commercial projects. He is the leader of R&D projects to develop to Ensure Hassle Free Implementation of FLNG Projects revolutionary systems including, the FSRU, the LNG carriers, the offshore oil & gas • Highlighting key milestones achieved during the Masela FLNG production platform, and FPSO. He is involved in the development of the Hyundai project implementation FLNG with Linde AG and the development of the Korean FLNG with KOGAS. • Discussing the challenges in managing government relations for the Masela FLNG Project and strategies to overcome the same 15:10 Networking Break • Outlining the engagement structure, approach and decision- making process in the project from exploration to date Offshore LNG Technical Considerations Dinar Indriana Khoiriah, Senior Project Coordinator, 15:40 Session Reserved for Cameron Process Systems Planning & Coordination Department, INPEX MASELA LTD INPEX acquired a 100% participating interest in the Masela Block in Senior Representative, November 1998 through a public tender conducted by the Indonesian CAMERON PROCESS SYSTEMSGovernment. The Abadi-1 exploratory well was drilled in 2000 and confirmed thepresence of gas and condensate. In September 2008, based on the results of Pre-FEEDof a floating LNG, a development plan was submitted to the Indonesian Government 16:25 Establishing Key Considerations to Perform an Effectiveand approval in principle was granted. After a thirdparty evaluation, approval for the FLNG Topside FEED Studyplan of development (POD-1) was granted in December 2010 for commencement of • Detailing WorleyParson’s role in performing a topside FEED studyLNG production of 2.5 million tons/year. www.inpex.co.jp for the FLNG project in PNG • Discussing the key challenges when choosing the right technology10:40 Networking Break for topsides in FLNG • Addressing the main roadblocks in ensuring smooth transition to Specific Focus on Korean Shipyards FID for the project11:10 Analysing the Current Capabilities of Korean Shipyards to Chris Mole, Global Hydrocarbons Select Director, WORLEYPARSONS Benefit from Opportunities Presented by Floating LNG Projects Chris has over twenty two years oil and gas industry experience and • Outlining the technological readiness of the Korean shipyards to is currently the Global Hydrocarbons Director for Select, the specialist cash in on the FLNG boom front end division of WorleyParsons which provides advice to clients • Detailing the transformation needed in existing infrastructure to on project viability, assessment and selection. Within WorleyParsons he has cope with the demands of the floating liquefaction projects previously held a number of positions including Director of LNG and FLNG and • Highlighting the challenging aspects of FLNG fabrication with General Manager of Process and Technology. He has spent over ten years in the respect to hull and topsides LNG industry working on projects ranging from conceptual, first of a kind, studies on floating and GBS based LNG, through to revamping of existing LNG plants and Daniel C S Ahn, Technical Advisor, SAMSUNG ENGINEERING development of conventional large scale grass roots facilities Over the previous thirty years, Dr Ahn has held several executive management positions within the offshore and plant industries. Dr Ahn was the founder of 17:10 Studying the Effects of Multi - Composite Hoses to Achieve today’s Offshore and Engineering Division at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co.,Ltd. (“HHI”) and was instrumental in the growth of HHI that led to it become a leading Sale and Reliable LNG Transfer System Operationscontractor in the worldwide offshore oil & gas industry and President of HHI until 2005. Dr. • Outlining the advantages of composite hoses as a method ofAhn holds a B.S. from Korea Maritime University, an M.S. in Meteorology, an M.S. in Naval LNG transfer over other proposed systemsArchitecture and a Ph.D. in Ocean Engineering, all from MIT. • Discussing the ability of composite hoses to provide safe operations under severe operational conditions11:55 Session Reserved for ABS • Analysing the mechanical and flow behavior at ambient and cryogenic operating conditions Senior Representative, ABS Gerard van der Weijde, Project Manager, Structural Dynamics,12:40 Networking Lunch TNO SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY Reliable transfer systems are a key element in developing floating13:40 Monetising Stranded Gas - What Does the Offshore LNG LNG and the small scale LNG market. Multi-composite hoses may Future Offer? prove to be a reliable and cost effective solution for offshore, near- and on-shore • Providing an overview of the global FLNG market progress and applications. TNO, the Dutch contract research organization, has executed an how it impacts FLNG developments extensive test program on the multi-composite hose of Gutteling B.V. for Ship-to- • Determining the key stakeholders, prospects and developments Ship (STS) LNG transfers. in the FLNG market • Assessing the increasing growth of the FSRU industry in Asia 17:50 Close of Conference T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.offshorelngasia.com
  5. 5. CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY TWO, 25TH OCTOBER, 201208:30 Registration Begins 12:40 Lunch Break09:00 Welcome Address from the Chairman Financing Trends for Offshore FSRUs / Bridging the Onshore – LNG Projects Offshore Divide 13:40 Highlighting Key Drivers To Create a Bankable Offshore LNG Project09:10 Mapping the FSRU Sector To Understand Indonesian • Plotting what goes behind financing an offshore LNG project FSRU Growth Opportunities • Addressing the risk factors involved in FLNG financing mechanisms • Reviewing the rationale for choosing FSRU over an onshore facility • Analysing how lucrative is financing the burgeoning FSRU market • Identifying potential issues during project development • What are the strategies in place to tackle LNG supply and gas offtake? Simon Davies, Director, ANZ • Learning from a successful project case study: The West Java Simon joined ANZ in 2011 to head the group’s Offshore Oil & Gas FSRU project Infrastructure business. Simon has 23 years’ experience in structured leasing and asset financing, structured capital markets and capital structuring both as a principle and as an advisor to bank and corporate clients in Europe and Asia. Ari Adji, Director – Technical & Operations, PT NUSANTARA REGAS Ari Adji obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Engineering at Bandung Institute of Technology in 1983. Prior to joining PT Nusantara Regas, He 14:25 Integrating FLNG into the LNG Chain to Establish has served as Operation Manager in Badak LNG Plant, Bontang, East Commercial Viability of ProjectsKalimantan, where he spent most of his career there. He has held various technical • Discussing the recent outburst in the number of proposedand managerial positions in plant maintenance, logistics planning & controlling, project FLNG projectsdevelopment & execution and plant operation within PT Badak NGL Bontang. Ari Adji • Will FLNG projects be able to usurp the conventional ones tojoined PT Nusantara Regas as Technical & Operation Director in May 2010. address increasing LNG demand? • Predicting the role of LNG as a marine fuel and discussing 09:55 Plotting the Onshore to Offshore Transformation to associated challenge Expedite Efficient Offshore LNG Projects • Analysing the role of FLNG in the field of LNG bunkering • Highlighting the lessons learnt from existing onshore liquefaction and regasification facilities Tony Regan, Principal Consultant, TRI ZEN LTD • Analysing what goes behind transforming the expertise available Tony has extensive international oil and gas experience, much of it gained onshore into a floating concept during 25 years with Shell International and more recently with Nexant • Revealing Linde’s experiences in the successfully implementing where he was a Principal responsible for their gas practices in Asia. With offshore liquefaction technologies Shell he developed several new businesses and held senior management positions in Europe and Asia. He was first introduced to the world of LNG in the early 1990’s when Heinz Bauer, Vice President, LINDE AG he held the position of Vice President, Energy with Shell Korea and arranged the first After graduation at the Technical University Munich as PhD in Applied spot cargoes of LNG into Korea from Australia and Brunei and facilitated discussions Physics, Dr Heinz Bauer joined Linde Engineering 30 years ago. He that led to KOGAS becoming a lead customer in Oman LNG. worked in different positions in process design as well as sales andmarketing. His focus has been on all kind of cryogenic gas processing including 15:10 Networking Breakcracked gases, synthesis gas, refinery off-gases and of course natural gas. Heinz hascontributed with many papers to international conferences and is co-author of the 15:40 Evoking a Financing Dialogue for Evaluating Fundingbook ‘Industrial Gases Processing’. He holds several patents in the area of cryogenic Structures for FLNGgas processing. Presently he is responsible as Vice President for technology of LNG & • Analysing the pros, the cons and the opportunities provided bygas processing plants floating LNG finanacing • Will FLNG follow the oil FPSO contracting model? How big an10:40 Networking Break impact does the commercial framework have on financing such projectsOffshore LNG Technical Considerations • Discussing the post financial crisis resurgence in the banking market • Overcoming the challenges posed by production risks and11:10 Choosing the Right Offshore Liquefaction Model for redeployment risks in funding floating LNG projects Cost Efficient FLNG Design • Addressing the importance of removal of CO2 and sulphur in an Anthony Lavery, Director – Natural Resources and Energy, LNG liquefaction facility SOCIETE GENERALE • Highlighting the various liquefaction mechanisms available Anthony is currently responsible for marketing and transaction execution in energy - including the nitrogen dual expander liquefaction process oil & gas and power - and energy infrastructure project financings. He was previously responsible for project finance, limited recourse debt and mezzanine finance; • Achieving a tradeoff between the vessel size and that of the infrastructure debt and equity and M&A types of transactions in the energy, utilities, process plant and the corresponding impact of these changes on natural resources and other infrastructure sectors with National Australia Bank. the shipyards • Highlighting the technologies available to assist the 16:25 Introducing Export Credit Approaches to Secure liquefaction process Financing for Offshore LNG Projects • Introducing the modus operandi of JBIC financing for Kristian Utkilen, Managing Director, KANFA ARAGON offshore projects A joint venture comprising WorleyParsons Europe Limited, U.K., and • Providing an overview of the scope of intervention of all lenders KANFA Aragon AS, Norway, was selected by Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. in Korea to perform a field specific Front End Engineering Design and borrowers in export credit financing schemes(FEED) for FLEX LNG’s fixed floating LNG production project for InterOil Corporation • Discussing JBIC’s experiences with financing FSRUs and FLNGsand Pacific LNG Operations for operations in Papua New Guinea. Chie Wakatsuki, Deputy Division Chief, JAPAN BANK FOR11:55 Designing Efficient Cargo Containment Systems for INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Floating LNG Projects Ms. Wakatsuki is JBIC’s Deputy Division Chief of Marine and Aerospace • Discussing the pros and cons of the IHI SPB technology Finance Department and is based in Tokyo. Prior to joining JBIC in 2007, • Devising a robust design of cargo containment systems in FLNG Ms. Wakatsuki worked for the Industrial Revitalization Corporation of Japan as a fund manager. Ms. Wakatsuki holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins University, U.S. projects and highlighting the accompanying challenges • Developing strategies to mitigate sloshing effects in the SPB 17:10 Close of Conference technology containment systems • Highlighting the ways to ensure ease of operability and ease of maintenance in FLNG cargo containment systems “A comprehensive FLNG event. Excellent speakers Kazuo Watanabe, Project Manager, IHI MARINE UNITED Kazuo WATANABE joined IHI in 1977 and has been working in designing and brainstorming technical discussions.” and development activity for IHI-SPB type LNGC and LPG-FSO/FPSO offshore floating structure. Kazuo has been an active presenter inconferences and shows worldwide on promoting the advantages of the IHI SPB VP-FLNG, BW OFFSHOREtechnology for offshore LNG projects T: +65 6722 9388 F: +65 6720 3804 E: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg W: www.offshorelngasia.com
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