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Get the latest updates on Asia-Pacific LNG spot pricing
Australia’s eastern state of Queensland has made history with the world’s first coal-seam gas (CSG) to LNG exports. With several trains already up and running, the Australian east coast domestic market is now firmly linked to international LNG demand. With an Australian supply wave well under way, and the first US exports expected in coming weeks, what does this mean for Asia-Pacific and global LNG pricing? International market dynamics are changing rapidly as global LNG spot prices have tumbled and trading companies play an increasing role in the market.
This conference provides participants with the latest updates on Asia-Pacific LNG spot pricing and liquidity in a well-supplied market, as well as examining global LNG’s interplay with the Australian east coast domestic gas market. It also consists of a unique site visit to the Santos GLNG Plant and a one-day training course on LNG contracts, examining the latest patterns of contracting and emerging issues that challenge traditional practice as producers and buyers re-evaluate approaches to their LNG contract negotiations
- How is liquidity developing in the LNG market and what impact will the coming supply wave have?
- Exploring the economics of supplying Australian LNG to Asia at current oil prices
- Are Asian buyers over-contracted? Focusing the spotlight on China and Japan
- Evolving trends in long-term LNG contracting in an era of LNG abundance
- US LNG: is it headed for Asia-Pacific or Europe?
- Emerging trends in the LNG spot market
- The impact of Asia-Pacific LNG demand on the Australian east coast domestic gas market: does the market have the capacity to supply both export and domestic needs, and at what cost?
How will the east coast gas market evolve into a competitive and efficient marketplace?
For more information, please contact Ashrafe Hanifar:
+65 6496 9966