The following 4 core commercial themes will be covered during the Conference on Thursday 26 October 2017.
Please see below for the type of presentations you can submit under these 4 core themes.
What are the challenges in emerging LNG markets and where is the money going to come to develop new infrastructure?
Who is risking investment and what obstacles prevents banks/investments firms from lending?
Government’s role in establishing a solid gas pipeline network and promoting the utilisation of natural gas Post COP 21 World
Upstream investments map of opportunities and why it is important towards 2030
Reaching a common ground between buyer and seller to secure long-term contract for project financing
Market evolution and new finance concept for expanding and developing new infrastructure projects
How will Asia transition from oil/Henry Hub to gas indexed pricing
Effects of gas and electricity liberalisation on pricing and trade – a case study from Japan
Ways to improve tradability, benchmark prices reflecting supply & demand
New formula for LNG pricing in Asia and strategy to diversify pricing to appeal to buyers
Buyers diversifications into international expansion in terms of trading and business development to offset declining home market
Role of North America in comparison with other emerging suppliers on price
Importance of a uniform global standard for natural gas to become a global fuel choice and international agreement on carbon reduction targets across all industries
Overcoming port development and ship builders problem on commodity trade demand, LNG supply uncertainty and bunker fuel economics
Case study on Europe and North America on marine emission regulation norms and how Asia can follow suit
Moving forward with LNG bunkering and LNG bunkering standards in Asia
Impact of unconventional gas on power market
Capitalising on small-mid scale LNG ventures to generate power to remote communities
How countries like China (or India) are opening up their infrastructure developments to move gas and LNG business to be more effective in transmissions
Singapore’s policies on infrastructure and how the country is driving demand
Lessons learned from major LNG expansions – an Australian Case Study
US LNG success stories in reaching the Golden Age of Gas - what needs to be done by gas producing and consuming countries to increase demand for LNG to reach the Golden Gas age