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4th Annual Conference on LNG : The Changing Global Dynamics


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Infraline Energy is coming up with the fourth edition of the conference with the purpose of bringing together the major stakeholders on a common platform to brainstorm and delve deeper to institute the most effective way out to accelerate the investments in LNG terminals and promote the consumption of LNG in India and changes in the Global Dynamics. Register Now

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4th Annual Conference on LNG : The Changing Global Dynamics

  1. 1. Sponsorship Opportunities Available 12th -13th , June 2014, Hotel Imperial, New Delhi 4th Annual Conference on LNG: The Changing Global Dynamics Sponsorship Opportunities are available Silver Sponsor Media Partners The Complete Energy Sector Magazine for Policy and Decision Makers
  2. 2. BACKGROUND The global LNG industry is set to see some radical changes in the coming years. Historically, the average growth in LNG demand since 2000 has been 7.5 % per annum. While the market continues to be tight and remain so for some time, the global foot prints of LNG are continuously expanding as new supply sources and new importing countries keep adding. Coming few years will see emergence of newer and material supply sources, demand growth in traditional and emergence of new demand centers, greater application of new technologies in LNG production and expansion in the end use of LNG mainly in the transport sector. The harsh realties of changes in global weather phenomenon led by global warming and need to arrest emissions too is expected to have Gas Demand Push effect which in turn would lead to growth in global LNG demand. As regards the supply side, the supply sources will become more dispersed globally with USA, Canada Russia and East Africa emerging new and major supply sources within the next five years or so. Australia will emerge as a major supplier of LNG as its numerous projects get commissioned. Led by shale gas boom, USA is set to emerge as one of the leading LNG exporting country. Intersetingly, the LNG export proposals seeking US Govt approvals aggregate to about 280 million tones while till recently US Department of Energy has approved 7 LNG export projects aggregating to about 11 mmt of LNG. The key question is ‘ How much LNG USA will like to export? Likewise , in neighboring Canada similar efforts are underway with potential LNG export projects totaling to some 120 mmt of LNG. Mozambique and Tanzania too are progressing with their LNG export projects which are expected to go on stream in 2018-19. Few years down the road, we could have very large LNG supplies emerging from North America, East Africa and Australia beside the existing large volume supplier- Qatar. However USA, Canada, East Africa face numerous policy and regulatory challenges and hence commercial risks too. Are we therefore looking at comfortable or excess LNG supply scenario? Will the pricing mechanisms and contract terms undergo adjustments( oil indexation, hub indexation, hybrids, long term and non long term volumes, re-exports and flexible destinations etc) ? How newer end use of gas/LNG shape the LNG demand growth? These are some of the interesting questions which naturally come to the mind. The LNG demand growth is expected to come primarily from Asian markets and Latin America markets and, to some extent from, European markets. Role of nuclear generation in energy mix will strongly influence the LNG demand ramp up. It is believed that Japan and South Korea might start their nuclear plants and, likewise, few European countries too follow this route as well as add further capacities. While China and India would be strong Asian demand centers, it will be interesting to watch how China shale gas scenario unfolds in the coming five years. Success with its shale gas projects will dent the demand for LNG by China. While Shale gas , so far, continues to be US success story however this may change in coming years. China , Argentina, Canada, Poland and many other countries would be carefully monitored for developments on unconventional gas front mainly led by resources endowments, technology developments/adaptations and govt and industry programs to progress on unconventional gas projects in more focused and time bound manner. Technology developments are notable when it comes to small LNG plants. China has currently more than 400 small LNG projects operating. Such technologies will support exploitation of stranded gas reserves as well as exploration and development of smaller gas accumulations. Where would India land itself in the changing dynamics of global LNG trade? It has been considered at this stage that the new Govt. in India would put in place a new blue print for economic development and India would soon climb on the GDP growth trajectory. LNG could thus become growingly important for the Indian energy basket. Over the past few years Indian companies have achieved backward integration in LNG supply chain with large investments in upstream and liquefaction facilities. How these and other Indian companies will pursue their LNG business strategies to secure cost competitive gas supplies and improve security of energy supplies. The conference targets focused deliberations on many aspects highlighted above. The Indian LNG story perhaps needs more proactive strategic approach as the dynamics of global LNG industry enters yet another exciting phase where many traditional practices are likely to be altered to establish a new paradigm. Previous Participants Adani Welspun Exploration Limited, Archirodon Construction, Bechtel India, BG Energy Holdings Limited, Black & Veatch Consulting, Bloom Energy (India) Pvt Ltd, BMT Consultants India Pvt Ltd, BOC India Limited, Burckhardt Compression (India), Bureau Veritas India, CB Doctor Ventilators, COWI India, Cryostar, Deepak Fertilisers, Development Consultants, EID Parry (I) Ltd, Emco Wheaton, Ethical Energy Petrochem Strategies P L , Exxon Mobil Gas, Foster Wheeler India, Freyssinet Menard India, GAIL India Ltd, GEECL, GMR Group, Gujarat Gas Company Limited, Hazira LNG Pvt Ltd, Hindalco Industries Limited, Hindustan Construction Company, HPCL, ICICI Project Finance, IDFC Private Equity, IFFCO, IGL, IL&FS Energy Dev. Company Ltd, Indra Sistemas India Pvt Ltd, Indraprastha Gas Ltd, International Finance Corporation, IOCL, IOT Infrastructure & Energy Services Ltd, Jindal Energy Ltd, JSW ISPAT Steel Ltd, Jubilant Energy,Gas Fenosa, Karaikal Port Pvt Ltd, KEI-RSOS Petroleum & Energy, Khed Economic Infrastructure, Krishnapatnam port Company Ltd, L&T Construction, Lanco Infratech Limited, Linde Engineering India Pvt Ltd, Lucky Securities, Matix Fertilisers and Chemicals, Mecon Limited, Marubeni India, ONGC, Osak Gas, PDPU Gandhinagar, Petronet LNG Limited, Reliance Gas Transportation Infra Ltd, Sabarmati Gas Limited, Fender Care, Reliance Industries Limited, S I Group,Cinda, Lloyds Register, Saipem India Projects Ltd, Shapoorji Pallonji Group, Siemens Limited, SOFREGAZ SA, Sravanthi Infratech Pvt Ltd, Standard Chatered Securities,Tata Power Trading, Technip KT India Ltd, Tecnimont ICB, TGE Gas Engineering, Toyo Engineering India Ltd, Value Prolific Consulting Services, Vijay Tanks and Vessels Ltd, Welspun Maxsteel Limited, Yanmar India Pvt Ltd, etc. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: 4th Annual Conference on LNG: The Changing Global Dynamics ƒƒ LNG Infrastructure Operators ƒƒ International Oil and Gas Companies ƒƒ Gas Producers (National and International) ƒƒ Gas Marketers and Traders ƒƒ Shipping Companies ƒƒ EPC companies ƒƒ Power, CGD, Fertilizer, Steel and Petrochemical companies ƒƒ Financial Institutions ƒƒ Equipment Suppliers ƒƒ Regulatory Bodies ƒƒ Equity Research / Stock Broking Companies ƒƒ Educational / Training Institutes ƒƒ Consulting and Legal Firms: Who should attend About Us InfralineEnergy organises conferences in the areas of Power, Oil & Gas, Coal, Legal, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy. 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  3. 3. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: Welcome Address to LNG: The Changing Global Dynamics Session 1: Inaugural Session: Global Dynamics • Where Global LNG Business is heading? • Will LNG business be impacted by Geopolitics? • Major shifts in global LNG Contracting practices? • Wider geographical spread of LNG projects- Supply Options for India Session 2: Global LNG Demand-Supply Outlook • Global LNG demand Outlook- The Key Demand Drivers • Global LNG Supply outlook- New major suppliers • New LNG Projects Development- Tolling Models & Key Aspects Session 3: The Indian LNG Business • The unfolding gas market outlook for India- Supply • India LNG Market- key policy and regulatory reforms needed • Efficient LNG Sourcing and delivery- Potential for Buyers Group, Regional Trading Hubs • Future of natural gas in India: Benefiting from upside risks of LNG supply Session 4: LNG Pricing, Trading and Contractual Framework • Changes in LNG Trading pattern- Long Term and Short Term contracts • LNG SPA’s- Key shifts in the terms, Global Pricing outlook and inter basin (Americas, Pacific basin, Atlantic basin) dynamics • Hedging and other Financial Instruments: Risk Management Session 5: Technology Advancements • Small scale LNG developments for marginal /stranded gas and inland transportation of LNG • LNG use in Transport Sector • New Technologies for Liquefaction, Shipping and their economic benefits. Session 6: India Outlook-Infrastructure and Terminal Development • LNG project financing developments • LNG Import Projects- Ramp Up in import and regasification capacities. • Indian Markets connectivity- Interstate and Intrastate gas pipelines. • Financing of India LNG Projects- Risk Assessment and Mitigation Session 7: Global LNG outlook and Unconventional Gas • Global Distribution of Unconventional Resources of Hydrocarbons & their Potential - USA, China, Argentina, Europe • India’s Endowment of Unconventional Resources – CBM/Shale/Gas Hydrates • Global LNG outlook- Successful Unconventional Gas Programs Session 8: Panel Discussion • Are there potential threats for LNG projects in India? How can these be addressed? AGENDA 12th -13th , June 2014, Hotel Imperial, New Delhi • Dr. Saumitra Chaudhari, Honorable Member – Planning Commission • Mr. G C Chaturvedi, Ex- Secretary – MOPNG • Dr. Basudev Mohanty, Former Director General – PPAC • Mr. P Das Gupta, Ex-CMD - Petronet LNG • Dr. A K Balyan, MD & CEO, Petronet LNG Ltd. • Mr. Dilip Khanna, Partner (Oil & Gas) – E&Y • Mr. B S Negi, Ex-Member – PNGRB • Mr. R K Garg, Director(Finance) – Petronet LNG Ltd • Mr. Rajiv Mathur, Executive Director (Marketing) - GAIL India • Mr. Suren Vakil, Managing Director – BMT Consultants • Mr. Sudhir Desai, Ex. Director- Whessoe • Mr. Arun Kumar Jain, Managing Director –Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd • Mr. Rajeev Khanna, COO – Infraline Energy • Mr. Mayur Patil, Associate Director, Customised Research – CRISIL • Mr. Manmohan Ahuja,VP - Petronet LNG • Mr. R K Zutshi, Chief Manager (Gas Infrastructure) – IOCL • Mr. Anil Joshi, Sr. VP – GSPC Ltd • Mr. Deepak Mahurkar, Leader Oil & Gas – PWC • Mr. Anil Sahni, General Manager (Finance)- GAIL India • Mr. Chikahide TSUJI, Tank Engineering Specialist – IHI Corporation, Japan • Dr. S C Sharma, OSD – Petroleum –Planning Commission • Mr. Abhishek Dutta, Partner – HSA Advocates • Dr. Pramod Paliwal, Dean – School of Petroleum • Mr. Ashwani Dudeja, Manager – LNG Trading APAC – BG India • Mr. Gaurav Jain, Business Development Manager – Excelerate Energy United States Eminent Speakers:
  4. 4. Avail Early Bird Discount Till 30th May, 2014 For payments through Credit Card, please visit: Wire transfer instructions are available at:  Cheque/DD payable to “Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd.” payable at New Delhi.  NEFT/RTGS transfer  Credit / Debit card: Amex Visa Mastercard Card No________________________________________ Expiry Date _________ / _________ Signature _____________ Beneficiary Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd. Bank Name ING Vysya Bank Bank Address 23 Barakhamba Road, Narain Manzil, New Delhi 110001 Bank Account No 503011022657 IFSC / NEFT Code VYSA0005030 MICR Code 110064003 Delegate Registration Form Title: Mr./Mrs./Ms (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) First Name : Last Name: Job Title Company Address City Postal Code Email Tel Mobile Fax No of Delegates Participation & Sponsorship Matrix Association Details Special Offer for Past Attendees Have you attended our previous conferences on Oil & Gas Sector? If Yes, get a complimentary pass for this conference on the deputation of 3 or more delegates from your company. Indian Delegate Foreign Delegates Service Tax Before 30th May, 2014* `27,000 $499 12.36% Standard Price `32,000 $599 12.36% The registration fee for State-owned Gencos, Transcos and Discoms, regulatory authorities and academic institutions will be `10,000 per participant. There is also a 10% team discount for a group of 3 executives from the same company, 15% discount on a group of 5 and 20% discount on a group of 7 or more. –– * To qualify for discounts, payments must be received latest by 30th May, 2014. –– 12.36% Service Tax payable separately. Our PAN No. is AAACI7075E –– The conference is a non-residential programme. –– No two discounts can be clubbed together. Payment Method NEFT/RTGS Instructions Registration Fee Sponsor the event to Broaden your marketing reach Connect with decision makers and influencers Communicate what you are/ what you do Showcase your company and solutionsBuild your Brand recognition Categories Plati- num Gold Silver Host Lunch Del- egate Kit Lan- yard Del- egate Companys Logo at Confer- ence Backdrop     × × × Companys Logo on the sponsor Signage    × × × × Corporate Brochure in Delegate Kit    ×  × × Complementary Delegate Pass 6 5 4 3 2 2 × Delegate Passes to Invite other Clients/Vendors   × × × × × Interview in Infraline Plus       × Distribute Giveaways to participants   × × × × × Advertisement in Post Show Coverage       × Companys Logo on Home Page of Infraline Energy       × Companies Profile Advertisement in Infraline Plus  × × × × × × Host Lunch × × ×  × × × Companys Logo on Delegate lanyard × × × × ×  × Presentation     × × × Companys Profile on Sponsor page on the website       × Daily Updates in Newslet- ter       × Advertisement in Weekly Newsletter       × Companys Logo in E Brochure       × Stall Space    × × × × Companys Logo on backdrop, Website, Podium, Magazine, Daily Newsletter    × × × × Conference Presentations        Lunch        Delegate Kit        Slots Available 1 3 4 0 1 1 150 Contact Details Sameer Hussaini, InfralineEnergy 14th Floor, Atmaram House, 1 Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Tel: +91 11 66250002 (D), 9999342832, Fax: +91 11 46250099 Email:,