You may request a variation to suit your business interests.
Timings are provided for a morning workshop, but could be held in an afternoon or evening as required.
0900 - 0915 Introduction
0915 - 0945 Setting the scene: LNG Today
- Existing LNG markets and suppliers
- Current market dynamics
0945 - 1015 Where it's going: Current and future trends in LNG supply
- Changing technology
- Changing trading arrangements
- Changing contract and commercial structures
- Changing supply routes
1015 - 1045 What’s needed in the future: LNG Demand Outlook
- World energy and gas demand
- Gas and LNG interactions
- Demand dynamics
1045 - 1100 Coffee Break
1100 - 1220
Where it’s coming from: Key country profiles and forecasts
This session provides detailed overviews of current and future development of LNG supplies from key LNG exporting countries, including description of projects, forecasts under our three scenarios and analysis of key political and economics issues that may impact LNG supplies.
1100 - 1120
Profile 1: USA
1120 - 1140 Profile 2: Australia
1140 - 1200 Profile 3: Qatar
1200 - 1220 Profile 4: Russia
Alternative countries may be profiled on request.
Existing forecasts cover:
Algeria, Angola, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Cameroon, Canada, Colombia, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Libya, Malaysia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Qatar, Russia, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, UAE, USA, Yemen.
1220 - 1250 Bringing it all together: World LNG Supply Outlook
- How much LNG?
- Impact of LNG supply/demand match
1250 - 1300 Plenary session
The workshop will be led by one of the authors of the LNG Supply Handbook – Mike Madden or Nick White
Mike Madden is Managing Director of MJMEnergy, and an international expert in gas, LNG and energy markets. As a chartered engineer with over 34 years’ operational and commercial, Mike brings a unique blend of technical and commercial experience to clients. Since founding MJMEnergy in 1995 Mike has provided consultancy in over 50 countries, with particular LNG foci on LNG markets, Terminal User Agreements and LNG-gas network interactions. Mike is also co-author of LNG in Transportation 2015-2035.
Nick White is Principal Consultant at MJMEnergy, where he has been
working since 1997, covering a wide range of research, consultancy
and training. Nick currently heads up MJMEnergy's training business,
where he is course director on the LNG Economics and Markets course,
as well as working on a range of LNG-related consultancy projects.
Nick is the editor of MJMEnergy’s LNG Today report, and co-author
of LNG in Transportation
The cost of the workshop for up to 15 delegates is £3,000 with a complimentary copy of the LNG Supply Handbook. Additional delegates beyond 15 will be charged at £50/delegate. Additional copies of the LNG Supply Handbook will be provided at reduced rate on request.
Travel, accommodation and subsistence will be charged at cost. In addition tax may be payable depending on the location. Flights of less than 4 hours duration will be economy class, while flights of 4 hours or longer duration will be business class.
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+44 (0) 1993 774 736