The global LNG market has not escaped the impact of 2020’s events. At the same time, competition is tightening in the market as new capacities are being commissioned. The development of the Arctic LNG 2 project scheduled to launch in 2023 will strengthen Russia's position in the global market. Many countries are looking to build and expand their LNG import and regasification capacities, while growing market liquidity offers greater flexibility. Will the projects of Novatek, Gazprom and Rosneft be enough to make Russia a major global LNG exporter? Will the positive trends be maintained? What are the current projections for global demand?
You are invited to join the online conference to discuss the increasing share of natural gas in the global energy balance, the development of export routes, the small-scale LNG market, the status of the LNG carrier fleet, competition among various fuels and the importance of hydrogen-based energy in decarbonising the economy.
Discussion topics also include:
- The global LNG market ‒ trends, challenges, outlook and pricing
- Competition between liquefied natural gas and Russian pipeline gas in the European market
- Regional gas markets: LNG supplies to Europe and the Baltic states. LNG imports into Asia
- Potential for growth in the use of LNG as a bunker fuel amid tightening environmental standards.
We will make every effort to ensure that the online experience is as good as a face-to-face event.