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30 OCTOBER - 31 OCTOBER 2019 | MARINA BAY SANDS, SINGAPORE

2019 Conference Programme

09.30
Arrival of Guest of Honour
09.30 – 09.35
Welcome and Opening by Organiser
09.35 – 09.45
Official Opening Address
  • Senior Singapore Government Representative

09.45 – 10.00
Opening Keynote Address
  • The Role of Gas in Accelerating Asia’s Energy Transformation

10.00 – 10.15
Keynote Address
  • Commoditisation of LNG – A New Era of Supply

    Speakers:
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    Martin Houston
    Vice Chairman
    Tellurian
10.15 – 10.45
Global Leaders Panel
  • Global Gas Outlook and Future Scenarios – Asia in Focus

    Speakers:
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    Ezhar Yazid
    CEO
    PETRONAS LNG
10.45 – 10.50
Launch of the Exhibition & Group Photo
10.50 – 11.30
Morning Networking & Coffee Break
11.30 – 12.45
Strategy Towards 2040 by Asian Major Buyers
  • Big buyers (mainly traditional buyers) in Asia are challenged by new dynamics in international markets and domestic markets. Panellists will discuss their strategies and tactics towards 2040 as LNG buyers.

    Session Chairpersons:
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    Hiroki Sato
    Senior Operating Officer, Business Development
    JERA
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    Sarah Behbenhani
    Senior Vice President
    JERA Global Markets Pte. Ltd
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    Dr Zheng Hongtao
    President
    Energy Trading & Marketing, ENN Group
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    Jane Liao
    CEO
    Natural Gas Business Division CPC
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    Changkeun Lee
    Vice President
    KOGAS
    Moderators:
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    Yasuo Ryoki
    Chairman
    Osaka Gas Australia
12.45 – 14.15
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT
  • This session will present a case study of an LNG export project, and showcase its commercial advantages, technical innovations and LNG strategies.

    LNG Limited (Representative TBC)

14.15 – 15.15
GLOBAL LEADERS PANEL (1)
    • Examine new demand growth centres
    • Strategies for suppliers to unlock new markets while managing risks
    • New LNG export projects: how will they evolve? More long-term
      contracts expected?
    • Global geopolitics, trade tensions and impact on energy security
    Session Chairpersons:
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    Greg Vesey
    CEO & Managing Director
    LNG Limited
    Speakers:
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    Joseph F. Uddo III
    Deputy Assistant Secretary Office of Market Development and Energy Innovation Office of International Affairs
    U.S. Department of Energy
15.15 – 15.40
DEMAND CENTRE SPOTLIGHT – INDONESIA
    • Java 1: Asia’s first integrated project and applications for Southeast Asia
    • Natural gas infrastructure integration developments
    • Gas/LNG demand growth outlook
    • FSRUs and small-scale LNGs
    Speakers:
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    Ginanjar Sofyan
    President Director & CEO
    Pertamina Power Indonesia
    • Gas in the energy mix, in relation to coal, renewables and oil
    • New LNG import projects in the region: Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam,
      Bangladesh
    • Market liberalisation and policy updates
    • Potential for FSRUs and small-scale LNG projects
    Speakers:
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    Christophe Malet
    Senior Vice President Upstream and Midstream LNG
    Hanas
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    Muhammed Aziz Khan
    Chairman
    Summit Group
08.50 – 09.00
Chairman’s Opening Remarks
09.00 – 09.10
Keynote Address
12:00 AM
DEMAND CENTRE SPOTLIGHT – INDIA
    • Investment opportunities to unlock India’s oil and gas resources
    • The energy mix evolution and the role of gas
    • Demand growth in the short to medium term and break-down of sectors
    • Gas import projects and new demands driven by new applications in mobility, marine and industry usage
    • LNG trucking: infrastructure developments and demand creation
    Speakers:
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    Sarthak Behuria
    Executive Director, LNG and LPG Division
    Adani Group
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    Rajeev Mathur
    Executive Director
    GAIL (India) Ltd. (in principle)
    • Which LNG export projects have been sanctioned in 2019, and expected FIDs for 2020?
    • How will the competition play out, and challenges for project financing?
    • Manage the wave of new supply coming into market, how will it be absorbed, and US LNG’s impact on Asia?
    • How LNG marketing will evolve to align with customers’ strategies?
    Moderators:
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    Nicholas Browne
    Director, Asia Gas & LNG
    Wood Mackenzie
12:00 AM
DEMAND CENTRE SPOTLIGHTS – THAILAND, SINGAPORE, PHILIPPINES
    • Gas as a major component of energy mix that impacts energy security
    • Liberalisation of LNG imports
    • Investment in upstream projects in Thailand and globally, and LNG infrastructure
    • Updates on Power Development Plan
    • Evolving business model – introduction of LNG trading

    Speakers:

    Senior LNG Procurement Representative, EGAT

12:00 AM
PROJECT HIGHLIGHT
  • This presentation will highlight a case study on LNG import infrastructure development, from project definition, approach, to implementation. Challenges, project outcomes and learning lessons will be presented.

    • Philippines LNG import terminal project – a spotlight project to reference
    • Vision for an LNG hub
    • The role of gas in meeting the power demand of growing economy and energy security via diversification
    • Infrastructure developments
    Session Chairpersons:
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    John Quirke
    Chief Technology Officer
    Meralco PowerGen Corporation (in principle)
    • Can Singapore be a physical hub to deliver LNG for Southeast Asia?
    • Updates on pipeline gas and LNG import
    • Singapore’s stocktake on LNG bunkering: policy updates, financial incentives, and industry adoption
    • Is LNG bunker a sustainable new demand growth stream? Projections to 2025
    • Small-scale LNG applications and trucking
    Session Chairpersons:
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    Sandeep Mahawar
    Head of Commercial
    Singapore LNG Corporation
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    Saunak Rai
    General Manager
    FueLNG
    • How will Asia move towards LNG bunkering and establishing LNG bunkering standards?
    • Gas as a feedstock: gas to liquids and other applications
    • Use of natural gas for transportation and city gas sectors
    Session Chairpersons:
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    Captain Walter Purio
    CEO
    LNG Marine Fuel Institute
15.50 – 16.40
LNG Short-Mid Term Transacting and Evolving Role of Traders
16.40 – 17.30
Development Towards an Asian LNG Trading Hub
17.30 – 20.00
SIEW Networking Reception & Drinks