Course:
Global LNG Market
Duration:
one-day | Pathways Level: Foundational
Cost:
£550 (overnight accommodation is not included in this price.)
courses booked more than 2 months in advance attract an *early bird discount.
Dates & Locations:
08 May 2018Oxford
   £495*

Global LNG Market

What's in this course?

The course offers a knowledge of the LNG chain and its components which helps build a clear picture of operating costs. The delegate will learn about liquefaction, storage and regasification, types of ship, construction and size, terminal costs and project schedules as well as capital cost examples.

Major producing and consuming regions are identified to help participants understand the supply/ demand situation. Many are aware of the issues concerning UK imports and the lecturers outline the current situation along with details of proposed and existing terminals in key locations.

The delegate will study US, European and Asian pricing methodology, offering a look at traditional pricing structures and shifting trends. The expansion of LNG interest and the evolution of LNG pricing worldwide is explained with a look at the future prospects.

Course details

You are free to raise questions and instigate discussion on what the course content means for you and your company, both during the sessions and in the course overview at the end of the day.

LNG Overview:

the role of natural gas in global energy supply | the role of LNG | pipelines | LNG, CNG and GTLs | The history and status of the LNG industry | How safe is LNG? |

The LNG Chain:

Gas reserves for an LNG project | LNG trains | The refrigeration cycle | LNG production process | Liquefaction plant capital costs | LNG receiving terminal | LNG chain - gas use, capex and unit costs |

LNG Markets:

Supply and demand | Outlook for regional natural gas markets | Why does Europe need LNG? | US: LNG buyer, seller, or both? | UK infrastructure and import enhancements |

LNG Supply:

How is LNG supply forecast? | The importance of Qatar and Australia | Constraints on LNG supply growth | Global LNG supply actual and forecast 2000-2035 |

LNG Pricing:

LNG pricing | LNG pricing by region | LNG prices in Asia | Market based prices in the USA | Formula and market based LNG prices in Europe |

LNG Short-term Trading:

What is short-term LNG trading? | Short-term trading in the Atlantic Basin | Short-term trading in the Asia-Pacific region | Pricing of short-term cargoes | LNG cargo swaps | The outlook for short-term trading |

The LNG Spot Trading Game :

As a key player in one of Atlantica's LNG facilities you are provided with all the information you need to manage your company portfolio, buying and selling on the spot market to optimise your position.

Questions, discussion and close:

Your chance to apply the knowledge to your job and raise relevant queries.

“A one-day foundational level course providing essential knowledge about the realities and challenges of the international LNG industry.”

Who is this course for?

This is a very useful course for those new to the LNG arena, and those wanting to deepen their understanding of the LNG chain, suppliers and markets along with a look at the future of LNG worldwide.

What's the cost?

Come to 'Our Place' and attend a public course for £550 per day plus VAT. If you book two months or more in advance you will automatically receive an 'early bird' discount. If you are attending with a colleague or two then let us know and we may reduce the price further! Public courses are available in London, Oxford and Aberdeen and the price includes all course materials, refreshments and lunch. Want a different date or location? Then let us know.

In-house options

This course is available in-house at 'Your Place' and with 7 delegates or more becomes much cheaper than sending your staff on a public course. We can also tailor our courses to suit your exact requirements. Why not talk to us or click the button above for a free no obligation quotation and see how we can help meet your training requirements?

Games and Exercises

We run games and exercises on all our courses to assist with the learning experience. These games are relevent to the main topic of each course and simulate 'real life' scenarios.

More information about these games can be found in the games section.