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Argus Latin America LNG Summit

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Wednesday, March 15 2017
14:00 - 15:20 Session 1: The Brazilian Natural Gas Market

  • Supply and Demand Trends: What are the main drivers for natural gas demand in Brazil? How much domestic production is expected to grow? What are the issues regarding reinjection and CO2 in the Pre-salt. Can Bolivia continue to export current volumes to Brazil? Under which conditions will the Bolivia-Brazil new export contract(s) be renegotiated?
  • Who is who in Brazilian gas: Suppliers, consumers, transportation and distribution providers, traders, regulators and policy makers. The changing landscape with Petrobras divestment program: how far and how fast will the industry change?
  • Regulation: Expectations for the implementation of the Ministry of Mines and Energy's program Gas for Growth (“Gas para Crescer”).
  • Prices and Competitiveness: Gas price competitiveness in a low oil price environment. Can domestic gas compete with imported gas?

Sylvie D'Apote, Managing Partner, Prysma E&T Consultores Associados

 15:20 - 15:40
 Networking Break
 15:40 - 17:00

 Session 2: Opportunities and Barries for LNG Imports

  • Supply and Demand Outlook: Will LNG demand in Brazil pick up again post 2017? What are the main drivers and projects? Will Petrobras continue to play a key role in supplying LNG to the Brazilian market? Who are the future LNG buyers? What supplies will be available for Brazilian projects in the short and long term?
  • Regulatory Framework and Fiscal Issues: Affecting the Implementation of LNG Projects in Brazil: Overview of what is affecting implementation of LNG projects in Brazil terminals, imports, sales of regasified LNG, legal bottlenecks and expectations regarding the implementation of the “Gas para Crescer”.
  • The Role of the Power Sector as an Anchor for LNG Importation: Interface gas and power sectors, issues impacting gas/LNG swaps, flexible dispatch versus long-term contracts, pricing, and the need for a secondary gas market.
Ieda Gomes, Director, Energix Strategy Ltd
 17:00 - 19:00
 Evening Reception

*This pre-conference workshop will provide an in-depth analysis for market participants to understand the business opportunities in Brazil. Seminar fee for conference delegates is $395. Register now.

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